"What do you think?" Collaborative and Cross-disciplinary Seminars
Keywords: cross-disciplinary research, collaboration, research interests, exchanges, positivity
Each seminar, arranged once every second month, will consist of three presentations of around 10 minutes each, followed by discussion of around 20 minutes. The purpose of these seminars is to offer a platform to exchange research ideas, interests, project funding, etc. related to the topic areas of the three research centres. Presenters are encouraged to present early-stage research plan in order to receive some valuable feedback and encouragement. To keep the dialogue going and energy levels high, the seminar will provide delicious sandwiches!
Bring your smile and be ready to indulge in high quality exchange of knowledge!
Seminar #4 on May 7, 2018:
Based on the feedback received from the research institutes’ affiliates through the mini survey conducted at the beginning of this year and the ambitions formalised in the idea of the joint Area of Strength application “Responsible Organising” (RO), we identified the need and the opportunity to organise a workshop about joint project funding applications around the node of RO targeting next fall and beyond. The purpose of the workshop is to develop cross-disciplinary collaborations at a concrete level through finding synergies and common interests.
Several projects funding applications were briefly presented, then the participants were invited to exchange ideas on different projects or ideas.
Nikodemus Solitander, STN themes for 2019
FIANT Consulting Oy, Human Rights and Sustainable Development
Ville-Pekka Sorsa, How to govern a financialised society?
Seminar #3 on March 5, 2018:
"One vulnerability may hide another: Online representations of violence on orangutans as a result of oil palm expansion", Martin Fougère, Associate Professor in Management and Politics
"Research plan for the study “Sustainable financial policy: How to design prudential policies for a sustainable banking system?”", Katia Vozian, Researcher in Economics
"Short-term and micro versus long-term and macro thinking in modern societies: What can we do to prevent a catastrophe to our quality of life…?", David Grant, Professor in Supply Chain Management and Social Responsibility