Date: February 11, 2022, 13.00 - 15.00
Venue: Online via Zoom. A Zoom-link will be sent prior to the webinar.
Fee: Free, but registration is required
Much scientific inquiry involve working with ‘problems’ in different ways. It can be as a researcher, a student writing the bachelor thesis or a scientific community. Many universities also claim to engage in ‘problem-based learning’ for their students and to produce research that addresses and solves the problems of society and the world.
In this webinar, we take a step back to invite a conceptual discussion of ‘problems’: what characterises a scientific inquiry problem? How do we formulate them? What makes a problem ‘good’?