Episode 5: Experiment
In this episode Dr. Tessa Diphoorn and Dr. Brianne McGonigle-Leyh are joined by Prof. dr. ir. Vincent Buskens, a Professor of Theoretical Sociology at the Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences at Utrecht University, and Dr. Thijs Hagendijk, who works as an Assistant Professor in technical art history at the department of Art History, to discuss the concept of ‘experiment’.
How do they use the concept of ‘experiment’ in their own research? How do they collaborate with other fields when working with the concept of experiment? What role does failing play in experiments? And why you choose to do experiments in a controlled environment versus opening up and to have the environment act upon the experiment?
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