Our research colloquium is designed to provide a collaborative space for researchers with any disciplinary background to present and discuss their research projects engaging with the philosophy of orientation. It is primarily geared toward doctoral students, but is likewise open to anyone who would like to present their studies dealing with and further developing the philosophy of orientation, including undergraduate students, postdocs, independent scholars, and professors. Participants are asked to submit their papers (and/or short thesis papers, if appropriate) to the participants prior to the meetings so that everyone can prepare for the discussion. Lengthier papers should be supplemented by short thesis papers of 1-2 pages.
In the year 2023, the research colloquium is organized by Prof. Werner Stegmaier, Dr. Dr. Timon Boehm, Dr. Enrico Müller, and Dr. Reinhard G. Mueller; our board and advisory council members are likewise invited to participate. The meetings take place virtually via Zoom. Participating in the colloquium is free of charge. The meeting times will be determined in collaboration with the presenters.
If you’re interested in participating in our research colloquium, please apply via email to email@example.com specifying your background, your research project and your motivation for joining the colloquium.