A series of seminars during which PhD candidates present their work-in-progress in a friendly environment. The seminars are also aimed to provide an opportunity to discuss with peers, senior researchers and fellow Doctoral candidates representing different disciplines, specific problems related to one’s research. Each seminar includes a 30-minutes presentation by a Doctoral candidate (presenter), a 15-minutes discussion by another Doctoral candidate (reviewer), and a 15-minutes questions and feedback session with the rest of the audience. Each presenter is requested to invite a reviewer– a Doctoral candidate – from another research group. The reviewer provides a review report or a short presentation containing a review before the seminar and hand this over to the presenter and the seminar-coordinators, Zuzana Sasovova and Maura Soekijad. Currently, there are 6 ABRI PhD Research Seminars scheduled per year. They are scheduled at 16.00 and are followed by informal get-together drinks at The Basket (on the campus of VU University Amsterdam).
Coming up 2016- 2017
GERBEN DE JONG
Logistics & Operations Research
A simulation-optimization framework to determine optimal inventory parameters in a multi-echelon distribution network
6 December 2016 @ 16:00 in room 0G-11
A typology of digital customer engagement behaviors
31 January 2017 @ 16:00 in room 0G-11
How do employees perceive their colleague’s job crafting behaviors? A scenario experiment and a field study
9 May 2017 @ 16:00 in room 1A-36
Exploring project management through collaborative research
13 June 2017 @ 16:00 in room 2A-16
Also interested to present?
If you would like to present, please contact the ABRI Programme Assistant, Lesley Weston (firstname.lastname@example.org)