Introduction to good scientific practice for PhD candidates from experimental and empirical subjects
- online workshop
- Scientific Integrity
- Staff Development Measures:
- Fields of Action:
- Promote Capacity for Innovation and Research
- Career Development
- Participation Fee:
The online course introduces the participants to important aspects of good scientific practice (GSP) and misconduct in research using case studies of problematic everyday experience of early career researchers. They will learn the relevant statements of GSP regulations and what they can do if they encounter scientific misconduct.
The online course features input, individual work session, question rounds and discussions. Case studies and documents for further studies are presented.
The content of the course follows the curriculum “Good scientific practice” which was commissioned by and developed in cooperation with the German Research Ombudsman:
Good scientific practice
Examples from the process of science: data management and authorship
Dealing with scientific misconduct
Local, national and international GSP regulations
PC/Laptop, microphone, camera, loudspeakers/headset, internet connection.
doctoral candidates, who are registered in the Center for Doctoral Studies.
Further Information on Target Audience
PhD candidates from experimental or empirical subjects in the first or second year of their dissertation projects.
Measures to secure the sustainable Transfer of Taught Knowledge / Skills
To safeguard their personal scientific integrity, the participants are encouraged to discuss specific topics with their supervisors and colleagues.