It also seeks to provide them with the educational resources for acquiring the high-level competences and skills they need to act as researchers in a complex, highly competitive and interdisciplinary context. Such context calls for a new conceptualization of research and a new researcher profile. The RID-SSISS aims to contribute in this direction through the design, implementation and dissemination of training and resources. Moreover, the project has the added value of promoting participatory research and innovative proposals that foster transdisciplinary research among doctoral students and early career researchers.
Coordinator: Prof. Montserrat Castilló, Universidad Ramon Llull, Catalunia
The project is located at Tallinn University, Estonia, where PI, Professor Erika Löfström is in charge of the project as visiting professor.
Project researcher: Anu Tammelehto, doctoral student at University of Helsinki
PI in charge at the University of Oulu: Professor Kirsi Pyhältö
PI in charge at the University of Lancaster: Professor Lynn McAlpine
The project re-conceptualizes the role and identity of junior researchers taking into account these key dimensions, and has the following objectives:
Researcher Identity Development project
Researcher Identity Development project publications
ERASMUS + Strategic Partnerships, project reference: 2017-1-ES01-KA203-038303
Universidad Ramon Llull (Coordinator)
University of Lancaster
University of Oulu
Professor Kirsi Pyhältö, firstname.lastname@example.org
Professor Erika Löfström, email@example.com
All team members: https://www.researcher-identity.com/team