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Stockholm Trio webinar: Good Research practice - different perspectives

Research ethics involves much more than what is covered in ethical reviews and legal frameworks. In this seminar, different aspects of ethics in research will be discussed, including values in science, researchers as experts, academic authorship, and ethical issues as conceived by PhD students.

Tid: Fr 2021-05-28 kl 13.00 - 14.30

Plats: Zoom. Register to receive link to the webinar.

Moderator: Sara Belfrage, Stockholm University


Welcome address
Sigbritt Karlsson, President, KTH Royal Institute of Technology
Values in Science
Erik Angner, Stockholm University
Experts in a Democracy
Åsa Wikforss, Stockholm University
Academic Authorship
Gert Helgesson, Karolinska Institutet
Research ethical themes for Ph.D. students at a technical university in Sweden
Per Wikman-Svahn, KTH Royal Institute of Technology
General discussion
Erik Angner, Åsa Wikforss, Gert Helgesson and Per Wikman-Svahn
Concluding remarks
Mirco Martino, Karolinska Institutet

About the speakers

Sigbritt Karlsson is the President of KTH Royal Institute of Technology since 2016. She was previously the President of the University of Skövde, and is also professor of polymer technology targeting the polymeric materials technical environment.

Erik Angner is professor of practical philosophy at Stockholm University. He has a background in economics as well as in history and philosophy of science, and teaches research ethics to PhD students across the humanities and social sciences.

Åsa Wikforss is a professor of theoretical philosophy at Stockholm University. She is the author of a popular book on knowledge resistance, and is a member of the Royal Academy of Science and the Swedish Academy.

Gert Helgesson is a professor in medical ethics and teaches research ethics at Karolinska Institutet. He has written extensively on matters concerning publication ethics, and is one of the authors of the book Publiceringsetik in Swedish.

Per Wikman-Svahn is a researcher at the Division of Philosophy at KTH Royal Institute of Technology. His research focuses on philosophical aspects of risk and uncertainty management and he teaches research ethics to PhD students at KTH.

Mirco Martino is a PhD student at Karolinska Institutet. His research focus on circadian cycle and 3D nuclear architecture. He was chairperson of the Doctoral Students’ Association and doctoral student representative in the KI course and programme committee.