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Research Activities


 

The Berlin metropolitan region and its research activities are the main research subjects for the RMZ.


The diversity of the Berlin research landscape with its universities, technical colleges, non-university research institutions, museums, collections and their cooperation with industry, politics and civil society also offers a wide range of opportunities to empirically research on relevant questions. In connection with forms of “institutional research”, this region should benefit from the work first. Currently, it focusses on the following topics:

 

  • Quality and Integrity of Research
  • Young talents and careers
  • University governance
  • Translation
  • Data infrastructures and indicators

 

The aim is to involve the researched subject in the cognitive process in a collaborative manner and to not only produce knowledge for science studies itself, but also for the researched subject; be it universities, disciplines, individual researchers, politics, industry or civil society.

 

These are the current research projects:

 

Negotiating evidence in exceptional times

 
  • Dr. Lauren Cubellis
  • Sheena Bartscherer

 

 

Publikation Bias

 

  • Dr. Felicitas Heßelmann
  • Dr. Helen Niemeyer

Navigating Societal Impact


  • Dr. Tim Flink
  • Prof. Dr. Martin Reinhart
  • Charlotte Rungius, M.A. 

Automated misconduct detection


  • Dr. Felicitas Heßelmann
  • Rocío Fonseca, M.A.

Berliner Forschungslandschaft


  • Prof. Dr. Martin Reinhart
  • Dr. Jens Ambrasat

 

Diversity and Adjustability of Peer Review


  • Dr. Cornelia Schendzielorz
  • Prof. Dr. Martin Reinhart
  • Lise Moawad, M.A.

Societal Impact @ BUA

 
  • Franziska Sörgel, M.A.

 

KETAK

 
  • Dr. Barbara Hendriks