We are pleased to announce that the BAM Doctoral Symposium Submission OPENS on the 1st MAY.
WHAT TO SUBMIT?
Whilst it is not a requirement to take part in the interactive sessions, to make the most out of the event it is highly recommended that 2nd, 3rd, and 4th- year students will submit to either the Research Conversations or Student Paper Presentations (details below). 1st years are not expected to submit but are welcomed to do so if they wish.
There are three streams that students can submit to:
STREAM 1: RESEARCH CONVERSATIONS
Aimed at students in the early stages of their research, the Research Conversations are round-table discussions designed to help students plan the direction of their research.
STREAM 2: PAPER PRESENTATIONS
Aimed at 2nd/3rd-year students with more developed research, the Student Paper Presentations give delegates the opportunity to present their research and gain feedback in a friendly & supportive environment.
STREAM 3: POSTER PRESENTATIONS
The posters are intended for delegates at the start of their Ph.D., but it is open to all delegates who consider that this may be useful for their research. Posters will be displayed in the main foyer during all refreshment breaks and presenters will be assigned one break in which they are expected to stand with their poster and discuss their work with other delegates and speakers. Best two posters will be awarded at the end of the day, once they have been assessed throughout the day by a judging committee.
HOW TO SUBMIT?
Submission runs from 1st May to 5th June
IMPORTANT: Only registered students for Doctoral Symposium will be guaranteed a slot to present their submitted work.
When submitting, please make sure that you have included all the information requested on the title and first page. Copy the text from your title page into the body of the email you are attaching your paper to.
EMAIL YOUR COMPLETED PAPER/ POSTER TO OANA MIHUT BY 5TH JUNE 2017 AT firstname.lastname@example.org
Please don't forget to indicate if you are submitting to the research conversations, the paper presentation or the poster presentation sessions.
Please note that you cannot submit for both Research Conversations and Paper Presentations.
If you are not sure which stream to submit your paper to we recommend that you speak to your Ph.D. supervisor for advice.