WEEK 1: FEEDBACK AND REVIEW

WEEK 1

Feedback from organisers

  • USB stick distributed
  • Attentive at presentations
  • Quality of questions
  • Group leaders need – PhD need to drive more
  • Timekeeping

Feedback from participants

  1. Group 1 – Dwi, Prima, Ruby, Dayat
    1. Fixed group
    2. Young people can learn how the research can be conducted from first stage to the end
    3. Scoping & mapping
    4. Friday is new and overwhelming
    5. New perspective to do research besides isolate microbes, now the collection can sell and communicate what he has
  1. Group 2 – Sita, Adel, Yuli, Bima
    1. Different background
    2. Happy week, different variety of area to learn
    3. Interesting is museum management and cataloguing, and documenting, how they interpret exhibition, end of research
    4. New experience in RGU engineering how to do step by step move to business cases from research
    5. Really interesting, zoology museum (too short of time)
    6. Friday session on Friday, good exercise from beginning to end, goal and step to reach goal
    7. Opening mind and generating ideas how to make large scale research and programme. Not only mammalogist and zoologies, not standing alone
    8. Learning about multidisciplinary research even if in LIPI we have many background research, before it was very silo. Not do research with other background, in this group we can learn from other researchers from other discipline and groups.
  2. Group 3 – Lisman, Gede, Citra Ina
    1. First visit to UK and Aberdeen, many surprises
    2. Organising appreciation, good events and opportunities, lab visits
    3. Material because we have multidiscipline because not in immidiate new research discipline
    4. Friday with James is bionanocomposite and show laboratory and facilities
    5. Next week is better if we have group time/session after dinner
    6. As taxonomist realising that she has not done a lot for community, only explore identify and write journal and journal is only read by limited number of people. Now communicating science and benefit to Indonesia, it opens the mind to more commercialise and communicate research
    7. Learn more about anything, basic science learning about multidisciplinary research, bridging basic science to applied science, training is important
    8. Need herbarium visits for comparative studies.
    9. Learn not only biology, table manner culture
  1. Group 4 – Euis, Deborah, Septi, Imin
    1. Brainstorming not group goal
    2. Second goal is group goal
    3. Setting up group goal for scaling up or commercialisation, or just curatorial
    4. Too much time for eating
    5. Appreciate organiser, enjoy so much from first day to last day of week
    6. The training provides participant a different point of view to LIPI’s research; limited time lab tour and zoology museum
    7. Not enough time for herbarium
    8. First journey abroad, appreciate organiser to make enjoy first journey, learning system in a group with different field, good in the future to understand and can get other ideas and knowledge, good for the integrated ideas and knowledge to make big research programme. Learn many things. Learnt culture.
    9. As taxonomist, learn more how basic research can learn applied research step by step until producing product.
  1. Group 5 – Wahyu, Mike, Tri, Lia
    1. Presentations need to be uploaded
    2. Too much eating
    3. Lectures and visiting studies excellently organised
    4. James lecture fits biomaterial
    5. Already presenting biovillage concept and commercialisation;
    6. Expected collaboration
    7. Lessons and field visits, city architecture
    8. Scottish History
    9. Mitigate and adapt to the future’s requirement
    10. Research trend
    11. Thank you for organising the training – very comprehensive
    12. Open mind to design idea and deliver to applied industry
    13. Moving from individual self-research not open minded how to bring idea to applied industry, got lessons how to manage project (many human resources and biodiversity in Indonesia) so human development and economic development for Indonesia need to be done
    14. Museum visits, some ideas to bring to own museum in Indonesia (many collection in Indonesia, based on visiting, can make museum display better)
    15. More information is obtained
    16. Sharing information with Papuan and Indonesia
    17. Situation of Scotland is
    18. Many material

Response

  • Expected collaboration – dedicated time to negotiate with identified institution and individual research
  • Scottish History – Edinburgh castle
  • Botanical garden & herbarium
  • Upload material