PhD Summer School focuses on development of key competences required for achieving best results in successful defense of the doctoral dissertation and identifying further research directions. Therefore topics of our PhD Summer Schools include: management of scientific research data, writing of scientific articles, project management, research integrity and ethics, intellectual property and patent system, communication skills development, etc.
PhD Summer School provides the opportunity for intellectually curious doctoral students to explore new knowledge, to expand cultural awareness and to exchange experience.
PhD Summer School 2023 will:
- equip participants with essential skills that are necessary in all fields of science
- provide participants valuable networking opportunity with participants from other countries
- create and share friendly social environment
PhD Summer School programme:
* Science Communication
Science journalist Goda Raibytė-Aleksa and dr. Inga Popovaitė, Kaunas University of Technology, Lithuania
* Open Science and it’s Phenomena
Magdalena Szuflita – Žurawska, Gdańsk University of Technology, Poland
* Why research integrity matters – moving towards responsible research practices
dr. Joeri Tijdink, Vrije University, Netherlands
dr. Jorg Langwaldt, Tampere University, Finland
* Operation SASSY – somatic exercises to cultivate staying centered and in integrity under pressure
dr. Doris Rusch, department of Game Design, Uppsala University, Sweden
Target group: 40 doctoral students
Prerequisites: the PhD Summer School is held in English. In order to participate, doctoral students should have sufficient language skills.
Fee: 380 Eur (regular fee); 350 Eur (for NORDTEK, ECIU or BALTECH doctoral students).
Location: Palanga city, Lithuania.
Application will open from 1 March, 2023.