Research Introduction for New PhD Students, 3 credits

Research Introduction for New PhD students

COURSE INFORMATION

Language of instruction: English
Course period: March and October 2022
Campus teaching or online teaching: Campus

RECOMMENDED PREREQUISITES

None

LEARNING OUTCOMES

The course will give new PhD students an introduction to PhD studies, information about administrative support and requirements, introduction to teaching, ethics, formulating goals, stress management and many other interesting topics.

LEARNING OUTCOMES FOR DOCTORAL DEGREE 

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COURSE CONTENTS

Critical thinking and presentation technique (Svante Axelsson)
Wikipedia as a tool for science outreach I (Olle Terenius)
Introduction to teaching (Jannika Andersson Chronholm)
What and who is SciLifeLab? (Alice Sollazzo)
How to formulate goals (Jöns Hilborn)
Science vs Pseudoscience (Stephan Pomp)
Ethics (Iordanis Kavathatzopoulos)
Life as a researcher (Helena Danielson)
Rights and Obligations (Frauke Augstein)
Structure of PhD studies (Jörgen Olsson)
IP and Innovation (Per Kjellin, Nhils Forslund, Pontus Skråmstadius)
Stress management (Marike Boger)
Employment conditions (Lina Rosén, Martina Hasselgren)
Scientific Best Practice, The art and importance of writing the logbook (Marco
Cecconello)
Cemus Research Forum (CEFO) (Helena Fornstedt)
Science popularization possibilities (Maja Garde Lindholm)
Library Services/Finding Scientific Literature (Lena Pavasson)
Wikipedia as a tool for science outreach II (Olle Terenius)
Presentations I (Mattias Klintenberg)
Presentations II (Mattias Klintenberg)
Presentations III (Mattias Klintenberg)

INSTRUCTION

Föreläsningar, diskussioner, övningar

ASSESSMENT

80% närvaro, presentation

COURSE EXAMINER

Mattias Klintenberg, mattias@physics.uu.se

DEPARTMENT WITH MAIN RESPONSIBILITY

IFA

CONTACT PERSON/S 

Mattias Klintenberg, mattias@physics.uu.se

APPLICATION

Submit the application for admission to: mattias@physics.uu.se
Submit the application not later than: Continuously

Last modified: 2021-11-15