International Diginomics-LogDynamics PhD Field Day, February 22, 2022, Bremen
The Diginomics-LogDynamics PhD field day seeks to establish a scientific forum for discussion of research by PhD students and their respective peers. The primary objective of the field day is to help young scholars communicate their research, in content and presentation, and to get feedback on their projects from their peers and more experienced colleagues. The field day will thus seek to pair PhD students with their respective peers, and at the same time feature some presentations from established scholars in the field. A secondary objective of the workshop is also to help young scholars to develop the skills to publish in peer-reviewed journals.
Please find the program here.
The field day is especially designed for Phd students to seek feedback on their research
Participation is limited and based upon application and acceptance.
Entry is based upon application in either of the two formats –
- A dissertation proposal – approximately 5-page structured expose of PhD project, including a description of your problem, methodology, expected results and some specific questions where feedback is requested and how the field day can help you.
- An article formatted for a conference or a journal, including some specific questions where feedback is requested and how the field day can help you in publishing.
Please send your application to sekkinraprotect me ?!uni-bremenprotect me ?!.deuntil December 7th, 2021.
Participation is free on acceptance. Participants are expected to bear their own boarding and lodging costs.
Local program committee
- Aseem Kinra (Diginomics / LogDynamics)
- Lars Hornuf (Diginomics)
- Vera Hagemann (Diginomics)
- Maik Eisenbeiß (Diginomics)
- Thomas Loy (Diginomics)
- Ingrid Rügge (IGS / LogDynamics)
- Herbert Kotzab (Diginomics / LogDynamics)
Venue and Local Information
The workshop will take place at the University of Bremen (https://www.uni-bremen.de/en/)
The exact location shall be posted 2 weeks in advance. For more about getting to Bremen and the University take a look at the section on Local Information
Public transport: With the tram line 6, you will arrive to the location directly from the airport and from the main railway station.
Coming to Bremen
By plane. Airport Bremen is connected daily with international airports, such as Frankfurt, Munich, Stuttgart, Amsterdam, Paris, London, Copenhagen and Vienna airports. Several car rentals are available in the terminal. Alternatively, you can take a flight to nearby airports, Hamburg or Hanover, and continue with train to Bremen Central Station (Bremen Hauptbahnhof).
By train. Bremen Hauptbahnhof can be reached from all major cities in Germany using InterCity/EuroCity trains (IC/EC) or InterCity Express trains (ICE). For connections see Deutsche Bahn.
By car. Bremen is at the intersection Bremer Kreuz of German motorways A1/A27 (European roads number E22, E37, E234).
Research Group: Diginomics – Digitalisierung, Wirtschaft & Gesellschaft (https://www.uni-bremen.de/en/diginomics-research-group)
LogDynamics – Bremen Research Cluster for Dynamics in Logistics (http://www.logdynamics.de/?&L=1)
Prof. Dr. Aseem Kinra
Phone: +49 (0) 421 218-66960
E-Mail: kinraprotect me ?!uni-bremenprotect me ?!.de