Collaborative Literature Review

Dear member of the CRC,

With this collaborative literature review we want to take advantage of the interdisciplinary collaboration in the CRC to explore new research topics and ME sensing applications. The collaborative literature review consists of three phases, we are now at phase 2:

What do I have to do?

Step 1: We have uploaded a list of potentially interesting papers to the CAU cloud. Please click on the "in ONLYOFFICE öffnen" button to access the table. Then select at least two papers (maximum four) from the list and download the pdf documents (you can find them here). To challenge you a little, try choosing a paper from a different field than your own (sometimes a new perspective can spark some hot and fresh ideas, am I right?).

Step 2: Enter your name in the list (green colum) to indicate which paper you will be reviewing.

Step 3: Read the papers and extract the required information using the online survey (to start the survey press the green button below). If you would like to have an overview of all the protocoll questions - we got you covered, you can find a pdf document here.


Maybe you already have an effective strategy on how to read a new paper? If so, awesome and have fun! If you're looking for some pointers the paper "How to read a paper" could help you out (this is getting meta, guys..).

We would like to receive your reviews until August 11th so that we can present first findings at the autumn retreat. PhD students are eligable to obtain 0.5 IRTG credit points per paper (max. 4 papers) for their participation.


What comes next?

After receiving all reviews, a review committee will integrate and visualize the collaborative data. We will then discuss the results and implications for the CRC with the whole group.

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Prof. Dr. Gerhard Schmidt

Kiel University
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