Little Tools workshop at Lysebu
The Little Tools team met for two days of lively discussions on the project and works in progress.
On the 18th and 19th of November, the Little Tools team gathered once again for a two-day workshop, this time at Lysebu, Holmenkollen in Oslo. The participants at the workshop were PI Kristin Asdal, postdocs Tone Huse, Hilde Reinertsen and Béatrice Cointe, and PhD candidates Tommas Måløy, Bård Hobæk and Silje Morsman.
Progress and plans for the project were discussed, and each participant brought a draft paper or chapter to the table. This formed the basis for a number of inspiring and productive discussions on the individual texts as well as on the project as a whole, which is now entering into its final year.
Kristin Asdal opened the workshop with an overview of the project, how its different components and contributions intersect, and plans for the work ahead. The discussion then moved over to the papers and chapters in progress: Tommas' work on sequencing, Silje's work on cod sound experiments and training, and Bård's work on salmon feed and nutrition.
The second day started off with a discussion of Béatrice and Kristin's work on experimental economics and their recent draft on experiments in the social sciences. Finally, there was an in-depth discussion of Tone and Kristin's draft manuscript for the book on the economic life of cod.