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4. April 2019

One Day Seminar: “Phenomenally good or fundamentally wrong? A phenomenon-based approach to research project development” by Jun.-Prof. Dr. Alexander Vossen

This Wednesday 27.03.2019 one of our advising professors, Alexander Vossen, held a lecture about phenomenon-based research and highlighted the differences between phenomenon-based and theory-based research. He further introduced one of his phenomenon-based research papers and multiple data analysis methods used in the paper. 

We all want to thank Alexander Vossen for his valuable lecture and looking forward for his upcoming research seminar.

2. March 2019

One Day Seminar: “Phenomenally good or fundamentally wrong? A phenomenon-based approach to research project development” by Jun.-Prof. Dr. Alexander Vossen

Jun.-Prof. Dr. Alexander Vossen (Entrepreneurship in Context Research Group & SME Graduate School) is offering a one day seminar on the following topic 

“Phenomenally good or fundamentally wrong? A phenomenon-based approach to research project development”

On March 27th at 12:00-14:30 in US-F104

Please refer to the attached announcement for more details.

If you want to participate, please register in advance per e-mail with the coordinator of the graduate school (sohaib.hassan@uni-siegen.de).