Resources for Running Research Groups
I'm collecting resources for running computer science research groups. I'm curious how it generalizes.
Articles, Blog Posts, and Pages
- Adapting Scrum to Managing a Research Group (Mike Hicks and Jeff Foster, UMD)
- Career advice: how to lead a research team
- Career Trends: Running Your Lab
- Deconstructing Research Advising (Philip Guo, UCSD)
- DePace Lab's "Lab Culture" Page
- In (tentative) praise of shopkeeper science (UPDATED)
- Managing Software Teams in Academia and Industry
- Motivate Your Lab
- Nuggets of wisdom, from Civic Media at the MIT Media Lab
- The researcher's guide to life, the universe, and everything - onboarding for Stanford HCI professor Michael Bernstein's group.
- Research Setup Wiki (Eugene Wu, Columbia University)
- Research Advising Philosophy: Motivation, Momentum, and Marketability (Philip Guo, UCSD)
- The subtle art of managing a research group (Matt Welsh, formerly Harvard)
- Zen and the Art of Research Management (John Naughton, Robert W. Taylor)
- Agile Research Studios (ARS) (Delta Lab @ Northwestern)
Blogs and Websites
- Lab Carpentry - templates for setting up lab on-boarding pages and a "Dear Abby" style blog with answers to questions about managing a group.
- Cloudstitch - Create hassle free reactive webpages to power coursework on faculty website.