Good scientific practice: Course “good scientific practice”

Thursday, July 30, 2020 and friday, July 31, 2020, 9:00am - 13:00am

Contents and the aim of the course:

You, as a researcher, has the privilege to work freely and creatively, pursuing own interests and adding to the knowledge base

of the scientific community - and the community in general. This freedom comes with responsibility: The responsibility for self-control,

accuracy, honesty, efficiency and objectivity. The scientific community has introduced rules of research integrity, which

aim to preserve the freedom of research and prevent scientific misconduct.

Location: Online Session

The course aims to bring you up to date with the standard statutes of research integrity (Singapore Statement, DFG Codex, Guidelines of the

Hochschulrektorenkonferenz) as well as local regulations at place. It is also intended to raise awareness for the significance of

Good Scientific Practices like  

  • Recognizing Scientific Misconduct
  • Data storage, handling and protection,
  • Documentation,
  • Publication process and Authorship,
  • Plagiarism,
  • Conflict Resolution / Ombudssystem.