Science Management "for Dummies" - Tools for Successful Early Career ScholarsSpeaker: Artur Lugmayr – Perth, WN, Australia
Topic(s): Applied Computing
This more motivational talk is addressed towards early career researchers, doctoral students, and others at the beginning of their scientific careers. This talk should help future scholars to succeed in their future careers, as others should learn from our mistakes or successes. The talk is divided into five different parts 1) management and personal skills; 2) getting cited and publishing in the best for a; 3) working and management in universities; 4) improving teaching skills and designing curricula and lectures; and 5) collaboration with industry and other stakeholders.
The talk is based on the open access book “Management and Leading Creative Universities – Foundations of Successful Science Management: A Hands-On Guide for (Future) Academics” which is freely available on: http://www.ambientmediaassociation.org/Journal/index.php/series/issue/view/33
The talk is targeted towards any discipline and will help early stage future scholars in understanding the ‘job’ researcher. For senior staff and supervisors, this talk helps to keep the team motivated and on track to generate high level scientific outputs.
About this LectureNumber of Slides: 30
Duration: 60 minutes
Languages Available: English, German
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