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Dieu Linh Bui Dao

Departmental Assistant (Jun 2020-Sep 2025)

Dieu Linh Bui Dao is Assistant for the Lise Meitner Research Group China in the Global System of Science. Before joining the Lise Meitner Research Group, Linh studied East Asian Studies and Education Studies at Heidelberg University and Sinology at the Free University of Berlin.

She is in charge of office management, financial administration, event management, editing work, group website profile/project/event pages, support for researchers, investigations/research, skill development and career building.

Upcoming Events

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Organized Innovation and Technology Breakthrough: The Goverance Strategies of the Mission-Oriented R&D Organization

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Competing Economic Paradigms? Evolution of Chinese Economic Thought and Theories since China's Reform and Opening-up

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Four Elements vs. Five Phases: Jesuit Influences in the Chinese Scientific and Philosophical Discourse

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Experimenting with Socio-Material Relations: Rural Meteorological Services and its Integration into Agricultural Practices in China

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From Development to Danger. EU Policy with Regard to Research Collaboration with China, 1992-2022

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Past Events

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Number Governance: The Institutionalization of Journal Metrics in the Chinese Science Assessment

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Same-Same but Different? Features and Narratives of Research Collaboration between Scientists from Europe and the PRC

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Dynamics of Academic Publishing in (and from) China: Will Chinese Publishers Be Able to Fulfill the Publishing Needs of Chinese Academic Researchers?

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Guardians of Science: Validation and Institutionalization of Parallel Psychology Fields in Contemporary Iran

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The Max Planck Society in China: From Cold War Diplomacy to Globalized Scientific Cooperation (1974–2014)

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Taming the Artificial, Ordering the Social: Knowledge, Values, and Politics in the Making of Artificial Intelligence Governance Policy in China, Germany, and the US

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China’s Meteorological Services and Climate Resources in Motion: Thinking Through Weather Modification as Climate Engineering

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Open Science in University–Industry Research Collaboration in China: State of Affairs at the Policy-Level and Preliminary Evidence From the Field

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Rethinking Internationalization of Higher Education in Light of the Transition from Innovation Systems to Innovation Ecosystems

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