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The Dialogue Platform offers five formats that can be requested or are announced regularly. See News

The target group includes the TU Berlin’s professors and postdocs who want to initiate research group projects and/or have or will have process responsibility in doing so.

The Vice-President for Research, Faculty Appointment Matters, and Promotion of Young Scientists decides on funding.

Formats

  • "Research group analysis": Diagnostic discussion of the process status in consortia
  • "Synergy and synthesis": Networking workshop for consortia
  • "Competence for interdisciplinary research": Methods workshop
  • "Science for Tomorrow": Conference of ideas
  • "Joint object of research": Idea workshop

"Research group analysis": Diagnostic discussion of the process status in consortia

A consortium project requires a high degree of process competence on the part of the project coordinator in every phase. The Dialogue Platform can work on process optimization with the project coordinator. This can take place as a one-time meeting or by assisting the process over a longer period of time. Project coordinators thus receive an individual assessment of their current status and can structure and approach upcoming tasks in a targeted manner. The tool enables a joint evaluation of the extent to which the conditions for a successful project process are fulfilled, including in regard to the selection of participants, common goals and questions in the group, the coordination and networking of the sub-projects, and regarding the synthesis building and organization of work in the group.

See Call [1]

Leitung

Dr. Sören Stange
+49 (0)30 314-23864
Fraunhoferstraße 33-36
FH 715
Contact [5]
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