Preparing and completing Digital Research: Digital Arts/Humanities PhDs and PostDocs Demystified
Friday, 7 October 2016, 9:30am – 2:30pm
The Digital Arts and Humanities PhD Programme (DAH) and the Trinity Long Room Hub will host a half-day symposium, entitled ‘Preparing and completing Digital Research: Digital Arts/Humanities PhDs and Post-Doctorates Demystified’, in the Arts Technology Research Lab (ATRL), at Trinity College Dublin.
The goal of the symposium is to, on the one hand, equip potential research candidates – at both doctoral and postdoctoral level – with knowledge pertaining to preparing a digital research topic, and on the other hand, furnish them with an understanding what is involved in the process of undertaking and completing such a programme.
Importantly, candidates will hear from professors/course directors at Ireland’s leading research institutes and get a unique insight into cutting-edge research topics and the resources that make them possible.
The day will be broken into a series of panel discussions, each of which will have a selection of expert speakers. The intention of this is to: firstly, focus on and directly engage those topics and research areas that are ripe for investigation; secondly, demystify discrete aspects of the digital arts/humanities research application process; and finally, inform candidates about what is involved in the subsequent research undertaking.
The event is of special interest to postgraduate students nearing the completion of their programmes.
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Type of Event: One-time event
Audience: Undergrad, Postgrad, Alumni, Faculty & Staff, Public
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