Courses

Courses for PhD Candidates and professionals in the area of product and production development.

PM1: Research Communication Step 1 – Fundamental – ONLINE #1

Industry, PhD Student

You book the date (Aug. to Oct. 2020) for the course when you have registered to it. This is a wake up call for communication. The course gives you tools to be well prepared for communicating your research to non experts. We use an interview and camera to test your skills. This knowledge is useful in all communication, such as trying to convince financiers and/or companies about your project. But also for preparing presentations, interviews in media or teaching. To get a professional message bank in a concrete research project we recommend the advanced course - step two.

PM11: Qualitative Data Analysis for Product Realisation Research #02 – ONLINE

PM11: Qualitative Data Analysis for Product Realisation Research #02 – ONLINE

PhD Student

The aim of the course is to increase participants understanding of key concepts, and to develop their competence and skills in how to perform qualitative analysis. The participants will develop an ability to judge and evaluate the choice of analytical method applied to an adequate set of empirical data. Furthermore, the course aims at increasing the participants’ understanding of the premises for publishing results based on qualitative data analysis in scientific journals.

PM1: Research Communication Step 1 – Fundamental – ONLINE #2

Industry, PhD Student

You book the date (from Feb. 2021) for the course when you have registered to it. This is a wake up call for communication. The course gives you tools to be well prepared for communicating your research to non experts. We use an interview and camera to test your skills. This knowledge is useful in all communication, such as trying to convince financiers and/or companies about your project. But also for preparing presentations, interviews in media or teaching. To get a professional message bank in a concrete research project we recommend the advanced course - step two.

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