Seminar: Digital Methods in Social Science Research

Onsdag, 19. november 2014 - 9:15 til 14:30
Faculty Lounge (room 35.3.20), Center for Health and Society (CSS), University of Copenhagen
Faculty of Social Sciences UCPH , Center for IT-Innovation UCPH and DeiC
Find inspiration for your research

Are you looking for inspiration for your research and are you curious about what digital methods can do for your research?

Then, come and hear about:

Mapping Scientific Controversies, Using ICT in Neuropsychological research,
Participation in online Political Signature-Gathering,
Elites in Denmark,
CIDEA, DIGITAL SAMF and Social Fabric

Meet and get inspiration from researchers at Faculty of Social Sciences, who has experience with use of digital methods. Meet and network with colleagues across departments. Take part in the panel discussion, which will focus on the challenges and opportunities of using digital methods in social science research and education, and join us to discuss and influence future research.

The seminar aims to inspire use of digital, experimental, quantitative or qualitative methods in social science research and to strengthen interdisciplinary cooperation.

The seminar consists of short presentations by researchers using various digital methods. A panel discussion will take place in the afternoon.

The seminar is aimed at researchers and senior students.

Registration: It's free to participate.

If you have any questions, please contact Projekt Manager Helle Meldgaard.

Contact person for the seminar: Project Manager Helle Meldgaard


09:15 Registration and coffee
09:45 Welcome and introduction
Dean Troels Østergaard Sørensen
10:00 KOVIKO (Mapping Scientific Controversies)
Associate Professor Ayo Wahlberg, Department of Anthropology (Read more - Slide)
10:20 Using ICT in Neuropsychological research
Postdoc Inge Wilms, Department of Psychology (Read more - Slide)
10:40 Participation in online Political Signature-Gathering
Ph.D. student Frederik Hjorth, Department of Political Science (Read more - Slide)
11:00 Coffee break
11:20 Elites in Denmark
Ph.D. student Anton Grau Larsen, Department of Sociology (Read more - Slide)
11:40 CIDEA (Citizen Driven Environmental Action)
Professor Jens Hoff, Department of Political Science (Read more - Slide)
12:00 Lunch
Associate Professor Heiko Henkel, Department of Anthropology (Read more - Slide)
13.00 Social Fabric
Professor David Dreyer Lassen, Department of Economics (Read more - Slide)
13.20 Coffee and cake
13:35 Panel debate and questions
Panel: Speakers + Associate Dean of Education Birgitte Sloth
Facilitator: Director, professor Finn Kensing, Center for IT Innovation
14:15 Closing remarks
CEO Steen Pedersen, DeiC + Associate Dean of Education Birgitte Sloth (Slide)