The Lab Group and Lab Meeting Attendance
The Amsterdam Business School's Behavioural Laboratory is a facility for all members of the ABS-Research Institute and open to researchers from all associated institutes (including PhD students). To ensure high-quality research practice in the laboratory and to facilitate a lively research community, it is required that ABS-RI members that want to use the laboratory also contribute to the common good by actively attending the regular lab meetings. ABS-RI members that attend at least 60% of the lab meetings in each semester become members of the Lab Group for the next semester.
Distribution of Lab Time
In a lab planning meeting, ahead of each planning period (generally at the beginning and in the middle of the semester) the available lab time will be distributed equally amongst the present Lab Group members. Members that cannot be present during this meeting but want to claim their share of the lab time must inform the Lab Group coordinator about this ahead of the meeting so that their wishes can be considered.
Lab Time for Non-Members
a) Not-yet-Members. New ABS-RI members, that did not have the opportunity to attend the lab meetings in the previous semester may attend the lab planning meeting and ask for lab time.
b) MSc-Thesis Students. MSc students can use the laboratory via their supervisor’s lab time. In that case, the supervisor is responsible for the MSc student.