[AISWorld] CfP NITIM PhD Winter School Sept 20-22, The Hague
Stefan.Klein at wi.uni-muenster.de
Sun Jul 10 09:30:58 EDT 2016
NITIM International Graduate Winter School 2016 (September 20th - 22nd, 2016) in The Hague, Netherlands - Call for Participation
We invite Ph.D. candidates to submit proposals for evaluation and an opportunity to participate in the Winter School on Networks, Innovation, Technology, and Information Management.
For those who have just started their PhD program, we look forward to receiving a research proposal. For those in their late stage of their PhD, you are encouraged to submit a relevant piece for your dissertation (a paper, an overview, or a chapter of your PhD thesis).
The admission to the school will be based on the review of an extended abstract (https://drive.google.com/open?id=0BwUnCCShCOT7WEFlYTFPWVV6eGc). For specific information about which research topics are in the scope of the NiTiM Community, please visit http://www.nitim.org/Research). The deadline for submission of the Extended Abstract is July 25th (midnight CEST). Late submissions will be considered, but risk to be rejected in case of high demand.
The full proposal (or paper), which will form the basis of the discussion and feedback at the Winter School, is due by for review by August 21st.
The NITIM Schools facilitate the development of doctoral research in the interdisciplinary field of Networks, Information, Technology and Innovation Management, bringing together Ph.D. candidates and faculty members in a focused, in-depth, and constructive discussion of the candidates' research work.
In addition to the discussion of the PhD candidates' work, the 2016 NITIM Winter school offers the participation to an Employment Event and the NITIM Conference.
NiTiM Winter School 2016 - Important deadlines
. Extended Abstract submission: July 25th 2016
. Notification of Acceptance August 8th 2016
. Full Proposal Submission August 21st 2016
. Full Proposal Feedback September 9th 2016
. 2016 Winter School in The Hague September 20th-22nd 2016
We request all Ph.D. candidates interested in participating in the 2016 Winter School to make a submission directly to the School Chair, Fausto Guaragni (fausto.guaragni at unibw.de).
We look forward to seeing you in The Hague!
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact: fausto.guaragni at unibw.de
For further information, please follow: http://www.nitim.org/Home
NiTiM School Organization Team
NiTiM Winter School 2016
Dr. Stefan Klein
Professor for Interorganizational Systems
School of Business and Economics
University of Muenster, Germany
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