Interdisciplinarity interview #4: Exploring new ways to transfer scientific knowledge

In this unique edition of the interdisciplinary interview series (see #1, #2, and #3 for the previous editions), we had the privilege of interviewing a dynamic team of four(!) researchers.Continue reading “Interdisciplinarity interview #4: Exploring new ways to transfer scientific knowledge”

Interdisciplinarity Interview #3: Raman spectroscopy as a diagnostic tool – a stimulus for interdisciplinary collaboration

Dr. Anja Silge and Dr. Stefanie Deinhardt-Emmer focus on the application of Raman spectroscopy in modern diagnostics from medical and biological imaging perspectives. In part 3 of our interview series,Continue reading “Interdisciplinarity Interview #3: Raman spectroscopy as a diagnostic tool – a stimulus for interdisciplinary collaboration”

Interdisciplinarity Interview #2: The different dimensions of power grid resilience

Dr. Mehrnaz Anvari and Dr. Thomas Vogt focus on the resilience of power grids to extreme weather from meteorological and modeling of complex networks perspectives. In part 2 of ourContinue reading “Interdisciplinarity Interview #2: The different dimensions of power grid resilience”

Interdisciplinarity Interview #1: The different dimensions of educational values

Dr. Jennifer Meyer and Dr. Jan Scharf focus on educational values from a psychological and a sociological perspective. In part 1 of our interview series, they report on the impactContinue reading “Interdisciplinarity Interview #1: The different dimensions of educational values”