This is the third in a series of online events exploring the culture and practice of open research.
Viktoria Spaiser is an Associate Professor in Sustainability Research and Computational Social Sciences at the School of Politics and International Studies.
Viktoria is interested in sustainability research and specifically in how societies can make a rapid, fair and empowering transition to zero-emissions / zero-pollution. She applies mathematical and computational approaches to these and other social and political science research questions.
Viktoria will talk about how open and reproducible research is currently practiced in the social sciences, how it varies in quantitative, computational, and qualitative social research and how these practices are currently changing.
She will discuss what the specific barriers for open and reproducible research in social science are and how at least some of them could be addressed in the future.