Call for Special Sessions / Workshops
As every year, we are looking to accommodate a small number of Special Sessions and Workshops, associated with critical emerging themes, as well as ongoing and prospective research projects:
- Special Sessions are intended to allow research projects or any other group of authors to present their own work. Therefore, Special Sessions may address one or more Tracks, but they should be organised under a unified theme.
- Workshops are sessions for active research (where the activity is to discuss or collect data), project development (including grant proposal writing), roundtable discussions, and professional issues workshops (such as career progression, publishing, etc.) as well as other, non-traditional forms of rigorous academic debate.
- Proposals for other innovative types of activities are also welcome, as long as they can fit with the scheduling requirements described below.
The session or workshop has to conform to the scheduling template of 75-min slots, each of no more than 5 papers, each presented within strictly no more than 10-min (including Q&A) and then a 25-min discussion. If you would like more than a 75-min slot, you can request multiple slots, a maximum of three.
In case you are unable to fill in all of the slots requested, accepted papers may be scheduled in other related sessions or papers will be suggested for inclusion in your session.
There are no requirements for Workshops to involve any papers at all.
Please, fill in the form below by 20th January 2023 in order to register your interest in running a special session (we will confirm your inclusion in the programme by the 31st January or sooner):
[please, click “Accept and View” to open the submission form]
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