The first installment in the iSchools European Doctoral Dissertation Seminar series took place on Friday, Dec. 16, 2020. More than 60 attendees took part.
The program included a presentation by Alexander Frumment of the University of Regensburg, who used cooking to illustrate his research on conversational search, and also a presentation by Sylvain Daronnat of the University of Strathclyde, who examined the evolution of trust, reliance, cognitive load and task performance in a game-like framework. Videos of both presentions are available here.
A new presentation of the iSchools organization, the European Doctoral Dissertation Seminar series is an ongoing presentation of Zoom seminars in which European doctoral students give one-hour presentations on their work and answer questions. While the primary emphasis of the series is European doctoral students, any iSchool doctoral student may attend these sessions.
Watch the iSchools events calendar for announcements of upcoming installments in the series.