Summer School: Collaborating and Innovating with Technologies

We kindly invite early career researchers (PhD candidates, post doctoral research and junior faculty) to participate in the 3rd KIN summer school to be held in Amsterdam, June 10 – 13, 2012.

This year’s theme will be: Collaborating and Innovating with Technologies. This 4 days workshop, organized by the (KIN) research group of the VU University Amsterdam together with Amsterdam Business Research Institute (ABRI) offers seminars on  research topics related to new ways of innovating and collaboration that emerges from the interplay between (new) technologies and working practices as well as the management thereof. The teaching faculty consists of an international group of scholars, known for their research in the field:  Andrea Carugati (University of Aarhus, Denmark) Samer Faraj (McGill University, Canada), Jennifer Whyte (University of Reading, UK), Hans Berends and Marleen Huysman (VU University Amsterdam)

Participants will engage in intensive sessions with faculty focused on recent theoretical and methodological advances. The format of the course provides ample opportunity to discuss participants’ own work in progress. We will also have more general sessions on writing, reviewing and publishing led by the faculty.

For further information please visit the ABRI website or contact ABRI’s Program Manager, Katie Stephenson.

Click here to download the PDF with all the details of the summer school.