Update: Application deadline extended to Monday, Nov. 2. Submissions must be made by end-of-day, 23:59 IDLW (UTC-12). IDLW stands for International Date Line West, which is the last time zone on Earth. Submissions are made on our ConfTool submission site.
The Student Symposium will be an opportunity for undergraduate 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. Participants must apply and be accepted in order to take part.
Format Update: In a change from our original CFP, iConference 2021 will now be an entirely virtual conference. All Student Symposium applications should be submitted with remote participation in mind.
Application instructions are posted below, and questions about the process can be sent to the chairs listed at the bottom of this page.
UPDATE: The following instructions have changed since the release of our intial CFP; please read carefully before submitting your application.
All undergraduate 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. All submission must be in English.
To apply, students should write an application that includes:
Student contributions may be based on undergraduate and master's projects or similar. Students may also join forces and collaborate on a submission.
A certificate will be issued to the participants to recognise their contribution and encourage their academic communication activities.
Submissions may address any current critical information issues, including:
We especially welcome contributions that address the main theme of the conference, Diversity | Divergence | Dialogue.
Applications can now be submitted through our ConfTool submission site.
Visit ConfTool to create a user account and start the submission process.
Questions about the Student Symposium should be directed to the chairs listed above.
General questions about iConference 2021 should be directed to email@example.com
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Papers PublisherAccepted papers will be published in Springer’s Lecture Notes in Computer Science
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