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Track meeting: GP&IR


Semester 2, 2021-2022

Type of course

Theory-oriented Workshops


May 18, 2022


Leiden University – PDLC 1A37


1 day

Maximum number of participants



0.5 EC will be appointed for participation in the complete course


Ruthie Pliskin, Toon Kuppens

Content, learning goals, preparation:

Ph.D. students are invited to contribute with a presentation. This presentation can be about their own research, in case they want to receive feedback from KLI faculty and fellow Ph.D. students. Participants could practice a presentation they will give at a conference, present research ideas, preliminary data, or discuss a paper they are currently writing and get feedback from colleagues. Presentations are informal and presenters can indicate what type of feedback they are looking for. 

Alternatively, Ph.D. students can prepare a presentation about a ‘hot topic’ in GP&IR research. This can be a new theory or method, for example. Presentations can be done by a Ph.D. student alone, or together with a KLI faculty member (after consultation with teaching staff).                              

In both cases, short and long presentations are possible, depending on the extent of the topic or the feedback that is desired. 

The day will also include a groups discussion: After the PHD – Opportunities Beyond Academia.