Juergen Wastl is Digital Science’s Director of Academic Relations and Consultancy. In his previous role at the University of Cambridge, Juergen headed up the Research Information team at the Research Strategy Office where he developed strategy and applications for the management of research information. Acting as Deputy REF Manager he provided advice to all the different layers within Cambridge concerning the REF. Juergen pioneered the development of Cambridge’s “public face” for research expertise and research profiles for Cambridge’s academic staff.
“Additionality” in the context of economic impact evaluations has a very precise meaning with the concept considered side-by-side with “counterfactuals” and “impact deadweight”. In the early stages of the REF 2021 consultation it was also being used ambiguously as a term to highlight the new impacts of a “continued case study” from REF 2014. Though …
|Theme:||Impact & Public Engagement|
|Level:||Open to all|
|Speakers:||Dr Juergen Wastl, Dr Sumi David, Bella Reichard|