Update: The submission deadline has passed and applications are under review. Decisions will be announced mid-November.
The Student Symposium will be an opportunity for bachelor and master’s students to present their research in a friendly setting of peers and invited senior researchers. Students will receive feedback on their work and they will have a chance to network with other conference participants and faculty members. The track will have its own organizing team of students at Oslo Metropolitan University and the University of Borås. Participants must apply and be accepted in order to take part.
Application instructions are posted below, and questions about the process can be sent to the chairs listed at the bottom of this page.
Update: We are now accepting applications on our secure ConfTool submissions website.
All bachelor and master’s students are invited to submit applications to this session. Affiliation with a member-iSchool is not required—applications from students of any educational institution will be considered. The session will consist of student presentations followed by discussions (15-20 minutes in total for each presentation).
To apply, students should write an application that includes:
Student contributions may be based on bachelor and master's projects or similar. Students may also join forces and collaborate on a submission.
Submissions may address any current critical information issues, including:
We especially welcome contributions that address the main theme of the conference, Sustainable Digital Communities.
Applications must be submitted in writing to our ConfTool submission site. All applications must be in English.
Important notes: Participants must purchase a conference registration in order to take part in the Student Symposium. Only accepted participants will be admitted; the Student Symposium is not open to observers.
At this time there is no funding for the Student Symposium, and would-be participants should apply with the understanding that they must cover all their costs associated with attending iConference 2020, including registration, travel and lodging.
Questions about the Student Symposium should be directed to the chairs listed above.
General questions about the iConference 2020 should be directed to email@example.com
Questions about the iSchools and the overall Conference series should be sent to iConference Coordinator Clark Heideger.
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Papers PublisherAccepted papers will be published in Springer’s Lecture Notes in Computer Science
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