Share your Doctoral Experience(s) “Doctorate: Project-Process-Product”
This BRS colloquium titled Test your doctoral idea(s) and share your doctoral experience(s) “Doctorate: project‐process‐product” invites doctoral candidates, Post‐Docs, teaching staff and professors of the Bauhaus‐Universität Weimar to share their doctoral experience.
How will “the open space” colloquium work?
The open space method adopted in this colloquium provides a great opportunity for the participants to interact and communicate in a very comfortable atmosphere. We will start with a speed dating so that the participants get to know each other. Subsequently, participants are welcome to suggest the topic that they want to share and discuss with the other participants. The topics will be sorted under the colloquium’s themes: Project‐Process‐Product, thus forming three parallel discussion modules. The three modules will be organized to discuss the suggested topics for 90 minutes. Each module will have a moderator to organize the session who will also present the outcome of the module in the closing session. The platform, in the closing session, will be open for participants to suggest ideas to the BRS representatives for future activities and developments.
Goals and Outcomes of the colloquium
The Colloquium aims to provide doctoral candidates lessons learned to make their doctoral experience more beneficial. Participants also have the opportunity to get to know other candidates from different disciplines. Sharing experiences may also continue after the colloquium through working groups which can be supported by Bauhaus Research School (BRS) through workshops and other future activities. Topics for the next colloquium and other ideas to help doctoral students to organize themselves at the Bauhaus‐Universität Weimar are expected as outcomes as well.
Presentation of the method/support of the modules: Doctoral Representatives, International Ph.D. Network and Members of the BRS.
We cordially invite all doctoral candidates and junior researchers to join us at the 10th Interdisciplinary Colloquium.
Venue | Time
Bauhaus Research School, Marienstr. 14
04 July 2017 (Tuesday) | 1:00 - 5:00 PM
(See PDF flyer for programme details and modules)
Registrations till 2 July2017 | research-school[at]uni-weimar.de
9th Interdisciplinary Colloquium | 31 January 2017
Retrospective 8th Interdisciplinary Colloquium | 05.07.2016
Crossing disciplinary boundaries is part of the Bauhaus tradition of research and work at the Bauhaus-Universität Weimar. The 8th Interdisciplinary Colloquium took up this topic from the last colloquium again, in a way that overcomes the boundaries between teaching, research or practice, but also between the disciplines.
Prof. Annett Zinsmeister
»Kunst und Wissenschaft. Ein Grenzgang.«
Artist, architect, author. Since 2002 atelier in Berlin, since 2003 professor for Art, Design + Interdisciplinary Theory
Ingo Aurin Ph.D.
»Measuring Human Touch - We decode user behaviour to generate ideas«
Ph.D. Graduate; Founder 11mrd
Measuring Human Touch
1 - Ricarda Löser
»B+cher. Zwischen Lesen und Schauen. Über die narrative Eigenschaft von Typografie im Buch«
Ph.D. programme Art and Design/Fine Art/Media Art
Visual Communication| Faculty Art and Design
2 - Katharina Groß
»Die immersive Diegese in der virtuellen Umgebung: Ihre technologische Genese, phänomenologische Ästhetik und biopsychosoziale Dimension«
Media Studies | Faculty Media
3 - Dr.-Ing. Johannes-Christian Warda
»Hacking the Canon. The Subversive Power of Design Research«
Conservation and History of Architecture | Faculty of Architecture and Urbanism
4 - Tareq Hatahet
»Can building ruins be reused after war?«
Structural Analysis and Component Strength | Faculty of Civil Engineering
Introduction & Chairs: Hermann Köhler, Alexandra Camara
Venue: IKKM, Cranachstraße 47, Salon
Retrospective and Outlook
Our next Interdisciplinary Doctoral Colloquium will take place on 5 July 2016.
Crossing disciplinary boundaries is part of the Bauhaus tradition of research and work at the Bauhaus-Universität Weimar. Furthermore, interdisciplinarity almost seems to be a prerequisite for contemporary research. At the same time, there is a relevance claim for practice in many scientific fields. On 1 December 2015, our 7th Interdisciplinary Doctoral Colloquium »Crossing boundaries – Interdisciplinarity | Research & Practice« dealt with these topics and gave room to discuss the challenges involved and opportunities young scientific and artistic researchers face. (pictures)
»From fundamental research to practical application using the example PCC«
Dr.-Ing. Alexander Flohr
Building Chemistry and Polymer Materials / F.A. Finger- Institute for Building Material Engineering
Presentations of doctoral candidates
»The ‘inclusive’ Design School. Sharing and Creative Educational Institutions of Production.«
Catelijne van Middelkoop - Faculty of Art and Design; Art and Design
»Water and City in San Fernando del Valle de Catamarca (XIX-XX centuries)«
Cecilia Argañaraz - Faculty of Architecture und Urbanism; German-Argentinian Doctorate Training Group
»Die Struktur von polydispersen Kugelpackungen - Murmeln im Computertomographen«
Paul Winkler - Faculty of Civil Engineering; Geotechnical Engineering