On 29 November 2022, the Research Academy Leipzig once again invites you to its annual "Doctorates' Day".
On this day, people interested in a doctorate and doctoral researchers can inform themselves, further their education and network. We offer workshops, digital consultation hours and info collections on our website.
Online workshops for all those interested in a doctorate and doctoral researchers:
- Short workshop „Good scientific practice“ (10 - 11.30 am) (in German or English depending on the needs)
- Open consultation hour for (future) international doctoral researchers (2 - 3 pm) (in German and English)
- Crash Course Science Communication for Beginners (2 – 5 pm Uhr) (in English)
- Ist die Promotion der passende Weg für mich? (8.30 am - 2.30 pm) (in German)
Evening programme at the Villa Tillmanns starting 5 pm:
Keynote "Research Assessment facing Open Science Paradigms: Addressing the Key Role of Early Career Researchers" by Prof. Chérifa Boukacem-Zeghmouri (Lyon).
Awarding of the doctoral prizes and the Katharina Windscheidt Prize
Keynote "Research Assessment facing Open Science Paradigms"
Big Science has favoured a research assessment model on quantitative indicators that have met the need to rationalise the exercise but have also contributed to the commodification of scientific knowledge and its standardisation. Instead, Open Science proposes an approach based on considering a wider range of research activities, which is more inclusive of society and more protective of scientific integrity. The talk will address the transitional period we are going through, where two approaches of research assessment are confronting each other with opposing values. In this confrontation, the role of Early Career Researchers is crucial because they are the ones who are supporting the reform, already playing by the rules of openness and taking the risks of change.
Chérifa Boukacem-Zeghmouri is Full Professor in Information and Communication Sciences at Claude Bernard University Lyon 1 and member of the research team ELICO. Based on the theoretical framework of cultural and creative industries, her research addresses mutations of scholarly communication to open and collaborative models. New forms of production, circulation, evaluation and legitimisation of scientific research constitute her main research themes. In this field, she has employed qualitative and bibliometric approaches. Chérifa Boukacem-Zeghmouri is Open Science officer for her institution, member of the COSO, co-pilot of the DORA Evaluation Working Group. She is also head of the IMST Master’s degree, providing Open Science and Open Research Data skills.