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Daily summary

The 2019 Summer School takes place at Central European University, Nádor utca 15, 1051 Budapest. Campus map.

This schedule is subject to change and should not be treated as final until we confirm otherwise.

Friday 26 July Location
10:00–13:00 Registration for Short and Main courses (you only need to register once) N15 Foyer
13:00–15:00 and 15:30–18:00  Short Courses (4.5 teaching hours) N15 Foyer
Saturday 27 July
09:00–17:30 Registration for Main courses N15 Foyer
09:00–12:30 and 14:00–17:30  Short Courses (6 teaching hours) N15 Foyer
Sunday 28 July
17:00–18:00 Registration N15 Foyer
18:00–21:00 Plenary evening N15 Auditorium
18:00–18:20 Welcome Address from Carsten Schneider, head of the local organising committee, and Petra Meier, Training Subcommittee member of the ECPR Executive Committee
Key information Academic Convenor Levi Littvay talk about how to get the most from the Summer School academic programme, and offer tips on navigating the Methods Café
18:20–19:30 Methods Café N13 Ground floor Café
19:30–21:00 Welcome Reception Enjoy something to eat and drink in a relaxed atmosphere with the Summer School Instructors, Teaching Assistants and fellow participants N13 Ground floor Café
Monday 29 July
08:00–09:00 Registration for late arrivals. PM courses can register on arrival. N15 Foyer
Monday 29 July – Friday 2 August (Week 1)
09:00–12:30 or 14:00–17:30 Week 1 and Two-Week courses. Main courses are taught either morning or afternoon. Advanced Workshops are all-day courses. Some courses require you to work from your own laptops because lecture rooms do not include computers; please check with your Instructor  
Tuesday 30 July
12:45–13:45

Debate 1 – Mixed Method Research – Mission Impossible?

Speakers 
Erin Jenne
CEU
Levi Littvay CEU
Peri Schwarz-Shea University of Utah

N15 103 Tier
Saturday 3 August
Summer School Office closed
Sunday 4 August
17:00–18:00 Registration N15 Foyer
18:00–21:00 Plenary evening N15 Auditorium
18:00–18:20 Welcome Address from Carsten Schneider, head of the local organising committee, and Petri Koikkalainen & Petra Meier, Training Subcommittee members of the ECPR Executive Committee
Key information Academic Convenor Derek Beach talks about how to get the most from the Summer School academic programme, and offers tips on navigating the Methods Café
18:20–19:30 Methods Café N13 Ground floor Café
19:30–21:00 Welcome Reception Enjoy something to eat and drink in a relaxed atmosphere with the SummerSchool Instructors, Teaching Assistants and fellow participants N13 Ground floor Café
Monday 5 August
08:00–09:00 Registration for late arrivals. PM courses can register on arrival. N15 Foyer
Monday 5 August – Friday 9 August (Week 2)
09:00–12:30 or 14:00–17:30 Week 2 and Two-Week courses. Main courses are taught either morning or afternoon. Advanced Workshops are all-day courses. Some courses require you to work from your own laptops because lecture rooms do not include computers; please check with your Instructor  
Tuesday 6 August
12:45–13:45

Debate 2 – How Can Methods Help Get me Published? 

Chair 
Derek Beach
Aarhus University

Speakers 
Bruno Castanho Silva 
University of Cologne
Ingo Rohlfing University of Cologne
Cai Wilkinson Deakin University

N15 103 Tier
Friday 9 August
17:30 Close of Summer School, participants depart


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