Virtual Nordic ISS Seminar Consortium is an informal group of schools that has been engaged in virtual seminars since Fall 2020. You can see the list of participating schools here.
In Fall 2020, we had presentations by researchers in each of the participating school. Check the Fall 2020 seminars
In Spring 2021, the speakers were esteemed IS scholars who have their origins in one of the Nordic countries, but who are currently working elsewhere in the world. Check the Spring 2021 seminars
In Fall 2021, starting September 3rd, there will be one talk on every other Friday (followed by Q&A and discussion) with a theme of "Impactful publications and how to get there?". The idea is to present examples of impactful publications by authors now in the faculty in one of the participating Universities. These papers have either been out a while (some 10 years or more) and can be said to be impactful in one way or another (e.g. citations but by other “measures” also), or are more recent top publications (Basket of 8, FT50, ABS4,…) that can be expected to become impactful. With both types of papers, the presenter will talk about the paper and the study, but also to tell the story of the project and publication process, as well as discuss why and how it is or is expected to become "impactful".
The seminars are held on selected Fridays (see the schedule below) at 14:00-15:15 (DK, NO, SE) / 15:00-16:15 (FI) on Zoom: https://aalto.zoom.us/j/66219681740
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