Course on Scientific Integrity for Zernike PhD students
|Wanneer:||di 13-01-2015 13:00 - 14:30|
"Prevention of research misconduct is high on the agenda of all universities. Fraudulent researchers undermine the trustworthiness of science. Good research is research that is academically and ethically sound. However, there are many temptations to deviate from the norms of good science. How to avoid these pitfalls?"
The Zernike Institute in cooperation with the Graduate School of Sciences offers a course on "Scientific Integrity" for all Zernike Institute PhD students who started their PhD before September 2014.
The course will be held by Prof. dr. Petra Rudolf, Director Graduate School of Sciences on Tuesday, January 13th. The course starts at 13 h and will take about 90 minutes. The location is room 5161.0105 in the Bernoulliborg.
Students who started their PhD after this date can participate in the regular course, which is part of their TSP.
If you have further questions regarding the course, please contact the scientific coordinator of the Zernike Institute Dr. J.P. Birkner (Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or Phone: 4922).