This workshop is specifically geared towards individuals with little experience in the social sciences, with no previous knowledge regarding the design and implementation of online surveys. The GEAM is a framework to generate and report high quality data on gender equality without in-depth previous knowledge to design and implement surveys.
Jörg Müller is senior researcher at the Internet Interdisciplinary Institute (IN3 – UOC) in Barcelona, Spain where he forms part of the Gender and ICT research program. He obtained his PhD in Communications at the European Graduate School (EGS) in Saas-Fee, Switzerland and holds a degree in Sociology and Computer Science from the Free-University in Berlin, Germany. He has been coordinating several European projects on gender and science, including “GenPORT – Your gateway to gender and science resources” (2013-2017), GEDII – “Gender-Diversity-Impact” (2015-2018) and “ACT - Communities of Practice for Accelerating Gender Equality and Institutional Change in Research and Innovation across Europe” (2018-2021). Main research interests include practice-based approach to gender (in)equality, the science of team science, and new, data intensive research methods within the social sciences.
Sergi Yanes, Ph.D. in Social Anthropology. I am currently working on the ACT project within the Gender and ICT research group (GenTIC) of the Internet Interdisciplinary Institute (IN3) – Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC). My scientific interests include urban and social inequalities, ordering and social control. I have worked as a research assistant at the Institute of Government and Public Policy (IGOP) of the Autonomous University of Barcelona (UAB), for the evaluation plan of the basic income trial experiment B-MINCOME (Urban Innovative Action-EU), and previously I have been part of the coordination staff of an educational program from the Ministry of Education and Culture of Uruguay (MEC). I am a member of the Catalan Institute of Anthropology.