Crossing boundaries to address environmental and societal challenges - how to navigate interdisciplinarity?
Last day for registration was 27th of November. In case of unforeseen circumstances so you will not be able to attend, please announce as soon as possible to lina [dot] nikoleris [at] cec [dot] lu [dot] se
8:30 Registration and coffee
9:00-9:10 Welcome and Introduction - Lina Nikoleris and Yann Clough, CEC
9:10-10:10 Environmental and Climate - overarching issues, examples from Lund and Hamburg
- Transgressing the departmental boundaries – obstacles and advantages in environmental research - Henrik Smith, Centre for Environmental and Climate research, CEC, Lund University
- Integrated Climate System Sciences: Interdisciplinary Research and Education at CEN - Lars Kutzbach & Annette Eschenbach, Center for Earth System Research and Sustainability, CEN, Universität Hamburg
10:40-11:15 Sustainability in focus, examples from Lund and Copenhagen
- Leadership in interdisciplinarity: A case of sustainability science - Emily Boyd, Lund University Centre for Sustainability Studies, LUCSUS
- Rethinking university research and teaching to support a societal transition to sustainable development - Katherine Richardson, Sustainable Science Centre Københavns Universitet
11:20-12:00 Panel discussion and reflections around interdisciplinarity
What is the best way of organizing interdisciplinary research? What are the benefits of being interdisciplinary in a project, research and/or in your organisation, what known pitfalls may occur? And is interdisciplinary in itself is even desirable?
Target group: Researchers within Lund University
Arranged by: Lund University Centre for Environmental and Climate Research and the research platform CEC Fellows.