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Visiting Fellows

Das Graduiertenkolleg bietet Visiting Fellowships für fortgeschrittene Doktorand*innen/ Nachwuchswissenschaftler*innen und möchte damit den Austausch mit anderen Promovierenden unterstützen, die zu ähnlichen Themen forschen. Das Visiting Fellowship beinhaltet ein Stipendium von 1.500 € pro Monat sowie die Übernahme der Reisekosten zu Beginn und Ende des Forschungsaufenthalts.

 

Name
Aufenthalt
Institut
Forschungsvorhaben
Mahendra Shahare
Nov 19 - Jan 20
Indian Institute of Technology Delhi [1]
"The DIY bio movement and innovation fields"
Dr. Judith Igelsbröck
Nov 19 - Jan 20
Johannes Keppler Universität Linz  [2]
"Drehbücher der Innovation"
Dr. Poonam Pandey
Mai - Juli 19
DST-Centre for Policy Research IISc [3]
“Valuing Innovation: Towards a Framework for Understanding Diverse Innovation Approaches”
Lauren Kilgour
Mai - Juli 19
Cornell University [4]
"Designing Difference: Electronic Ankle Monitors and the Politics of Technological Innovation"
Peter Winter
Nov 18 - 
Jan 19
University of Sheffield [5]
"Artificial Intelligence (AI) in radiology"
Dr. Carla Alvial
Okt 18 -
Jan 19
University of Twente [6]
"Energy transitions; What is the role of regulation in the creation of markets for sustainable technologies? And, How is novelty created and introduced in the regulatory space for sustainable innovation?"
Annelie Pentenrieder
Okt - Dez 2017
Universität Paderborn [7]
"GPS-Navigation as an innovative Routine? - Emergent Pathfinding Procedures by Collaborating Drivers and Satnav Algorithms"
Martin Sand
Okt - Dez 2017
Karlsruher Institut für Technologie [8]
"Futures, Visions, and Responsibility – An Ethics of Innovation"
Valeri Wiegel
Mai - Juli 2017
The University of Edinburgh [9]
"Biographies of an innovation: an ecological analysis of a strategic technology project in the auto-industry"
Emily York
Sept - Dez 14
UC San Diego, Department of Communication [10]
“Nanodreams and Nanoworlds: The Emergence and Disciplinary Formation of Nanoengineerings"
Cynthia Browne
Nov 14 - Feb 15
Harvard University, Department of Anthropology [11]
“Material Matters: Art, Memory and Monument in the Re-invention of Germany’s Ruhr”
Laurie Waller
Apr - Jul 14
Goldsmith University of London, Centre for the Study of Invention and Social Process [12]
“Exhibition as experiment: a study of science, technology and culture at the Science Museum”
Cesare Riillo
Apr - Jun 14
STATEC, National Institute for statistics and economic studies of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg [13]
“Standardization and innovation interplay: a cross-country study”
Helena Webb
Apr - Jun 14
King's College London, Department of Management [14]
“The Practical Work of the Optometrist 2”
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