Are you currently working on a PhD thesis dealing with knowledge management, knowledge technologies, or semantic systems? Do you have questions about how to proceed with your particular research? Do you want to receive feedback on your ideas or methodology? Do you want to meet fellow PhD students and talk about your hopes, fears and the process in general?
Or have you recently finished your PhD thesis and want to share your experiences from this challenging time with others? Do you want to give some feedback to PhD students who present their ideas and questions? Do you have some ideas about future challenges and want to suggest them as upcoming PhD thesis?
If you are open to share experiences and cooperate, join the PhD Cooperation Event at this year’s i-KNOW on Wednesday, October 21st, 2015, from 2-4pm! The event is open to all registered participants of i-KNOW 2015.
After some general introduction and welcome notes, there will be the entertaining, but motivating keynote by Mark Kröll (Know Center) sharing some of his PhD experiences, followed by a brief get-to-know-each-other. Afterwards, the group will discuss about the PhD research process and any questions that come up. This is a rather informal session with no fixed agenda, so we invite you to shape the topics for this session. Please, feel free to add your questions and suggestions for the PhD Cooperation Event in our Knowledge Pad. Alternatively, you may suggest your topics directly at the beginning of the session.
If you have further questions concerning the PhD cooperation event, please contact
Rene (Joanneum Research, email@example.com, @rene_kaiser on Twitter), Sebastian (Knowledge Technologies Institute, Graz University of Technology, firstname.lastname@example.org, @SDennerlein on Twitter), Carla (Know-Center, email@example.com, @CarlaABarreiros on Twitter) & Emanuel (Knowledge Technologies Institute, Graz University of Technology,firstname.lastname@example.org).
Looking forward to meeting you at i-KNOW!
Rene, Sebastian, Carla and Emanuel