All Diaries

17/02/2022

Mia san jo ned aus Zucker!

Advanced course in Vienna

15/12/2021

A year of fieldwork

14/12/2021

On the Move

My secondment experience in Vienna

14/12/2021

Doing a PhD during Covid

Challenge or opportunity?

13/12/2021

Life in a drop of water…

10/12/2021

The magnetic field generated by an infinitesimal line current element in a sphere

10/12/2021

Coerced random encounters

7/12/2021

Connectivity and resource governance

6/12/2021

Subgraphs in the service of the Queen

23/11/2021

The net-work works…

16/11/2021

Dangerous metaphors? Energy, metabolism and interdisciplinarity.

1/11/2021

On Beginnings

Often times, in science and in life, there are many ways to define a starting point, depending on which perspective you choose. And it may well be that there is no clear cut-off point, but a more diffuse, gradual process.
This is something I’ve also experienced throughout my PhD journey. There have been many points where I had the feeling that “NOW, my PhD can begin in earnest!”.

29/10/2021

Network approaches to collaborative environmental governance

During my first secondment at Masaryk University in Brno (CZ), the focus was on the identification and comparison of suitable network approaches for the case-based analysis of complex environmental governance situations. In this blog post, I would like to give a brief overview of some of the topics and questions that have been addressed during my secondment and explain to you why “Collaborative Environmental Governance” might be something you could be hearing or experiencing a lot more in the future.

25/10/2021

Datathon – The Brain Stream Buoys group

The long awaited i-CONN Datathon is finally come true.

5/10/2021

The Connected Past

A week in Aarhus