The ICT4S Doctoral Symposium brings together doctoral students working in all areas of ICT for Sustainability, providing participants opportunities to present and discuss their research in a constructive and collegial setting. This year participants can either join a half-day virtual gathering on June 17 (for those not physically attending the conference), or an in-person, full day event on June 24, held during the conference in Stockholm, Sweden.
Call for Contributions
Call for Contributions
Whether virtual or in-person, the ICT4S doctoral symposium features a highly interactive and generative format designed to help doctoral students strengthen their work. Each student will present their research project and receive constructive feedback from an international group of colleagues who are at different career stages, and from a range of academic fields.
Who Should Participate
The doctoral symposium welcomes any doctoral student whose dissertation topic is strongly aligned with ICT4S, and whose scholarship would benefit from external feedback.
Applicants are asked to submit an extended abstract (maximum 1,500 words) addressing the following points:
- Your current position (academic institution, department, supervisor, year of study, stage of dissertation)
- Dissertation Information (as relevant to your stage)
- Context and motivation of your research
- Research objectives/goals/questions
- Proposed methods
- Project status and next steps
- A statement on the benefits you expect from participating and what you propose to contribute to the gathering
Papers should be submitted electronically via EasyChair. https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=ict4s2024
Select the “[ICT4S’24] Doctoral Symposium" and submit a PDF file of your submission.
Submissions must be authored exclusively by the applicant (doctoral student).
The confidentiality of submissions will be maintained during the review process.
The Doctoral Symposium Committee aspires to bring together doctoral students from a diversity of backgrounds whose collective inquiries cover a broad range of topic areas related to ICT4S. The following criteria will be used by the Doctoral Symposium Committee to select participants:
- The relevance of the research to the ICT4S field
- The stage of the research and its suitability for the doctoral symposium
- The quality of the submission, e.g., clarity of writing, connections to earlier ICT4S research, evidence that the participant is willing to engage with and contribute feedback to their colleagues.
For further information, please feel free to contact the track chairs: Roy Bendor <R.Bendor<at>tudelft.nl>, Lisa Nathan <Lisa.Nathan<at>ubc.ca>, or June Sallou <J.Sallou<at>tudelft.nl>.