This panel discussion, organized by Dr. Lea Stahel and her member colleagues of the CareerElixier network at the University of Zurich, aims to raise questions around the core issue of increasing speed in science and to discuss different points of view and possible solutions. We would like to invite our panelists to share their expertise and views on the increasing speed in science, and to reflect on how this may conflict with academic values and progress, and how to deal with the situation. In addition, we would like to critically illuminate the drivers of this development and the incentives behind it.
Examples of issues that will be addressed include:
The panelists are:
Our discussion will be moderated by Dr. Lucas Müller, Chemist & Historian of Science, University of
Geneva, and Spokesperson of Junge Akademie Schweiz.
Date & Time: 23rd November 2022, 18.00 – max 19:30 CEST
Location: Online (on Zoom)
Meeting ID: 623 3348 8822, Password: 654455),
Organizers: The interdisciplinary University of Zurich women's peer mentoring group
CareerElixier was founded by fourteen female doctoral students and postdocs of the Faculty of Business, Economics and Informatics with the aim of motivating participants to pursue careers in academia and to provide mutual support in developing expertise within and beyond their fields of study.