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Thanks for attending our 4th Summer School on Internet-based Data Collection and Analysis 2021

Thank you for attending our 4th Summer School on Internet-based Data Collection and Analysis last week, including topics like concepts of internet-based research, methods and best practices, apps, standards, visualization, theory and model testing, mixed models, analysis of internet data, social media, mobile experience sampling, and big data.

The Summer School was not only an excellent opportunity to meet and interact with people interested in modern approaches to data collection and analysis; it was also a perfect way to learn about other peoples’ experiences in academia, business, and government. This exchange also happened during the recreational program points (such as wine tasting, 3D mini golf, dinner, …), and increased the creativity and productivity of the summer school in a profound way. Thanks for attending and making this event such a huge success – check out our event video! And: See you in two years again!

Photos in the video by U.-D. Reips, J. Caffier, L. Roth, G. Afunts, & N. C. Banh

Prof. Dr. Reips joins the Editorial Board of Europe’s oldest Psychology journal, “Zeitschrift für Psychologie”

Prof. Dr. Holger Brandt visits iScience on 12 February 2020

Prof. Dr. Holger Brandt from the Universität Zürich is at the Universität Konstanz on Wednesday – you are cordially invited to listen and discuss “Identification of inattentive participants in intensive longitudinal data”. Looking forward to seeing you!


iScience wishes Happy Holidays and a good start into 2020!

Dear iScience community,

“Laughter is an instant vacation.” – A famous quote by Milton Berle. But sometimes, real vacations are nice as well: That’s why, instead of our usual blog update posts, we would like to wish you Happy Holidays today!

Enjoy your time, have a great start into 2020, and see you soon!

The iScience Team

P.S. Don’t be concerned about the updates – this is just a short break, we will be back in January 2020 with lots of new iScience blog content for you.