3rd Interdisciplinary research colloquium for up and coming scientists 2008
A third interdisciplinary research colloquium for up and coming scientists is planned for Summer 2008 at the BTU Cottbus. We are greatly looking forward to more stimulating discussions. More details concerning the topics for discussion and deadlines will be made available in the near future. Guests are wholeheartedly welcome. Please contact the chair directly concerning registration.
2nd Interdisciplinary research colloquium for up and coming scientists 2007
Location: Oestrich-Winkel, Schloß Reichartshausen
For the second time, on July 16th, 2007, a cross-departmental colloquium for doctoral and post-doctoral students enrolled at the Institute for Industrial Service Management at the European Business School (EBS) and the ABWL, in particular associates from the Chair of Organization, Personnel Management and Corporate Leadership, was held at the BTU Cottbus. As the EBS students had come to Cottbus the previous year, this time the team from Cottbus took the trip to the Rheingau region of Germany. In six interesting seminars, current research projects were presented and discussed with a focus on methodological aspects. Three of these meetings were held by junior BTU researchers:
Dr. Birgit Verworn (BTU internal associate) presented her research into the effects of demographic changes on the innovative capacities of business ventures. Anke Zenker-Hoffmann (BTU external associate) spoke on sustainable planning and operative mechanisms in the field of climate preservation, and Daniel Giebel voiced his considerations on supply chain management in services.
1st Interdisciplinary research colloquium for up and coming scientists 2006
Topic: "Innovations in Business and Networks"
Location: BTU Cottbus
On the 24th and 25th of April, 2006, the inaugural research colloquium for up and coming scientists, launched by the Chair for Organization, Human Resource Management and General Management at the BTU Cottbus and the Institute for Industrial Service Management at the European Business School in Schloß Reichartshausen. The goal of this research colloquium was to give junior researchers an opportunity to present and discuss some of their "work in progress", to establish or augment university networks, and to establish this exchange as a regularly occurring event.
With 19 participants and five lectures led by doctoral candidates, this colloquium turned out to be a fine starting point for further collaborations. Furthermore, we were able to treat our guests to a tour of the city of Cottbus where they got hands-on experience with our historical stage coaches and could take a closer look at our Information Communication and Media Center [IKMZ]. The colloquium program can be viewed here.