The importance of a Research Agenda

Today’s priorities
  1. Refine your focus. What do you want to work on?
  2. What is happening? Trends, baselines, research groups and programs?
  3. What is already known?
  4. Can you identify a research question to address? A topic, a method, an approach?
  5. Refine, refine, refine. Venn diagrams, concept maps and discussions with peers may help in with focusing your agenda on a specific problem.

Good Luck!

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Post-doc researcher at IBM Research Zurich x ZHAW and HES-SO Valais

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Mara Graziani

Mara Graziani

Post-doc researcher at IBM Research Zurich x ZHAW and HES-SO Valais

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