EURAM 2014 Doctoral Colloquium
June 2-3, 2014
University of Valencia, Valencia, Spain
Engineering Technical School - University of Valencia (Doctoral Colloquium Venue)
Address: Avinguda de la Universitat s/n 46100 Burjassot. València.
The University of Valencia has three campus. The Burjassot campus is the one which is closest to the EURAM conference venues and hotels. The Engineering Technical School is a brand new faculty with perfect facilities and appropriate rooms for he EURAM Doctoral Colloquium (DC). The facilities for the DC are very comfortable and concentrated in space. The Burjassot campus is very well connected to the City and to the Conference Hotels, as there is one tramway stations in front of the Engineering Technical School (Station TVV) that directly connects DC participants with their hotels (stations "Palau de Congressos" or "Florista") as well as with the city center (Station "Pont de Fusta").
Find you way
The School of Engineering
The Escola Tècnica Superior d’Enginyeria (ETSE) of the University of Valencia (UV) is situated at campus de Burjassot-Paterna: http://www.uv.es/uvweb/engineering/en/life-campus/maps/school-map-1285847479311.html)
You can reach the ETSE/UV from Ibis hotel by tramway or by bus.
By tramway (Metrovalencia): line 4, from “Palau de Congressos” station to “TVV” station. The ETSE/UV is in front of this station.
By bus (EMT): line 63, from “Cortes Valencianas-Palau de Congressos” bus stop to “Vicent Andres Estellés-Facultat de Farmàcia” bus stop. You will have to walk 5 minutes until the ETSE/UV.
You can find more information about routes, timetables and tickets here:
Metro Valencia: http://www.metrovalencia.es/page.php?idioma=_en
EMT (Bus Company): http://www.emtvalencia.es/ciudadano/index.php?lang=en
Take a look to the map HERE.
Meet and Greet. Sunday 1 June 2014. 20.00
Meet Each Other! Optional “Meet-and-Greet” on Sunday Evening
Who: Everyone involved in the DC – participants, mentors, speakers, organisers, families and friends – are cordially invited to join in for this come-as-you-are get together. It is completely voluntary and you can drop in and out as you prefer. Everyone pays for him-and herself and you eat and drink what you prefer.
When: Sunday, 1 June 2014, from 8pm.
Where: At “Las Cortes 39” restaurant, first floor, located at: Las Cortes Valencianas, nº 39, Valencia – Tel: +34 963 384 600
You may find more information in English of Las Cortes 39 at http://www.grupomarinaalta.com/
Call for papers (closed)
To submitt your paper follow this link: http://colloquium.euramfullpaper.org/
Are you a second or higher year doctoral student?
Would you like to become part of a highly motivated community of young researchers?
Do you want to engage with doctoral students from different parts of Europe?
Do you want to meet the leading scholars in your field face-to-face?
Do you want to become the winner of the “EURAM 2014 Doctoral Colloquium Best Paper Award”?
Then we would like to invite you to the EURAM 2014 Doctoral Colloquium!
Learn from leading management scholars!
Experienced management scholars will share their knowledge in doing research and being a researcher. Learning from those scholars and asking them all the questions you’ve always wanted to ask is a great opportunity to become part of the management research community. Don’t miss this great opportunity to learn about the tacit knowledge underlying a PhD process and to get useful insights on how to complete a PhD in a successful way.
Learn from each other!
The largest part of the colloquium is dedicated to the discussion of your papers in small groups –each supervised by an experienced senior researcher, many of them global thought leaders in their field. The aim is not that you shall give a “traditional” paper presentation, but to briefly outline your research and from that engage in intensive interactive sessions aiming at giving you advice and feedback for the particular questions you have. We will circulate the papers of each group member in advance to make sure that each one can read the papers of the others before meeting in Valencia.
Identify your way of joining the EURAM community of researchers!
You will get useful hints on how to become part of the EURAM Community of researchers. We will invite you to become part of our growing online community and tell you – as a prospective young academic – more about EECC, the European Early Career Community. Moreover, we are very happy to announce that representatives for EURAM Strategic Interest Groups (SIGs) will join in – not only with their scientific expertise – but also with information on the scientific development of EURAM that may be of great value for conference newcomers.
Express your talent and win the EURAM Paper Award for doctoral students!
Our scientific committee will select the winner of the EURAM 2014 Doctoral Colloquium Best Paper Award among all accepted submissions. This is an excellent opportunity to advance in your academic career!
HOW TO APPLY...
- Deadline for submission: January 28, 2014, 2:00pm, Belgian Time
- Notification of acceptance: March 28, 2014
- Deadline for registration: April 25, 2014
NOTE: Information about fees has been updated (8/4/14) in order to avoid misunderstandings and provide clearer and simpler information
- Participation in the Doctoral Colloquium only: 200 euro (it includes 80 € EURAM PhD Students' membership fee for 2015)
- Reduced participation fee for the Doctoral Colloquium & Full Conference (only open to those accepted to the Doctoral Colloquium): 430 euro (it includes 80 € EURAM PhD Students' membership fee for 2015)
- Reduced participation fee for the Doctoral Colloquium & Full Conference & Gala Dinner (only open to those accepted to the Doctoral Colloquium): 505 euro (it includes 80 € EURAM PhD Students' membership fee for 2015)
IMPORTANT: For all three categories of fees, payments must be registered at latest April 25 2014, in order for your notification of acceptance to the Doctoral Colloquium to still stand as valid.
- Submit your application at latest January 28, 2014, 2:00pm, Belgian Time.
- Note that the IT platform for submissions only is open from December 11, 2013 to January 28, 2014, 2:00pm, Belgian Time.
- To submit your paper follow this link: DOCTORAL COLLOQUIUM SUBMISSION SYSTEM
In order to submit a formally valid application you must submit the following five documents (in pdf-format):
- Your CV.
- A letter of motivation written on the stationery paper officially used by your university (Max 2 pages).
- A letter of recommendation written on the stationery paper officially used by your university and signed by your main supervisor (including all contact info to you main supervisor) (Max 2 pages).
- A by you signed statement stating; “in the case of acceptance for the EURAM 2014 Doctoral Colloquium I have the funding and will definitely participate in the doctoral colloquium”. Note that this is a legally binding tentative agreement.
- A single authored paper (= written by yourself only) on maximum 20 pages named SUMMARY_OF_DOCTORAL_DISSERTATION_LASTNAME_FIRSTNAME. Dependent on the type of dissertation you are doing and on how far gone your are, you must write your 20-page text in one of this four text-types:
a. A research proposal regardless of what kind of dissertation you are doing (mainly for you who is not that far gone in your PhD process yet).
b. A summary of your monograph dissertation.
c. A summary of each and every paper foreseen in your compilation dissertation.
d. A single authored paper that will be the last paper of your compilation dissertation
+ a summary of your compilation dissertation as a whole.
Regardless if you choose text-type 5a, 5b, 5c or 5d, your text must include the following elements and sections:
- What text-type you are submitting (either 5a, 5b, 5c or 5d, see above)
- Particular questions you are struggling with as of now, that you want a special focus upon at the Doctoral Colloquium.
- Short abstract (max. 300 words)
- Up to 3 keywords
- Relevance of your dissertation; theoretically, empirically, practically
- Theoretical framework for your dissertation
- Methodological approach and methods used
- Empirical findings (if you write a research proposal, please present expected/intended empirical findings)
- Discussion and conclusions
- Implications for future research and for practitioners
Choose one topic area from the list below that best matches the positioning of your PhD dissertation (these topic areas are identical with the SIGs of EURAM):
- Business & Society
- Corporate Governance
- Family Business Research
- Gender Equality and Diversity in Management
- International Management
- Knowledge and Learning
- Organisational Behaviour
- Project Organising
- Public Management
- Research Methods and Research Practice
- Sport as a Business
- Strategic Management
- General Management (if you work in a discipline that is not covered by any of the EURAM SIGs above)
This choice of topic area/SIG is important for several reasons, but above all, for us being able to allocate you to the most relevant experts from each SIG respectively.
Information about hotels, transport, climate and other practical matters will be added in this section soon.
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Who to Contact?
Chairs of the EURAM Doctoral Colloquium
Dr. Àngels Dasí, Chair on behalf of University of Valencia; Associate Professor, University of Valencia, Valencia, Spain (email@example.com).
Dr. Hans Lundberg, Officer of EURAM; Chair on behalf of EURAM; Assistant Professor, Linnaeus School of Business and Economics, Linnaeus University, Växjö, Sweden (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Prof. Wojciech Czakon, Polish National Representative of EURAM; Co-Chair on behalf of EURAM; Professor at the Faculty of Management, University of Economics in Katowice, Poland (email@example.com).
Dr. Marcela Ramirez-Pasillas, Co-Chair on behalf of EURAM; Assistant Professor, Jönköping International Business School, Jönköping, Sweden (firstname.lastname@example.org). Co-organizer and Contact Person for the EURAM Doctoral Colloquium
If you have any questions about uploading your documents, submissions guidelines, or other operational matters related to the EURAM Doctoral Colloquium, please contact Luisa Jaffé, Executive Officer of EURAM, Brussels, Belgium, (email@example.com).
Who to check with if this is “Good Stuff”?
Well, anyone of our many hundreds of previous participants! If you don’t find some of them on social media, contact any of the DC Chairs or Luisa Jaffé for contact info to previous participants.
Here and now – a teaser via the voice of Shehla Arifeen, from Lancaster University Management School (LUMS), UK:
Shehla says: The Doctoral Colloquium was also an extremely valuable way of acquiring new perspectives, as in addition to sessions by a range of speakers, the students – drawn from across Europe – were given mentoring in small groups of four to five students.
“We were allocated a faculty member of a European university who was our mentor over the two days. The quality of mentoring was excellent, as the mentor had done her homework, reading each paper in detail, and involved all the group members in looking at each of the papers critically, highlighting strengths and weaknesses. I have plenty of ideas to work on further. Other faculty who were part of the mentoring teams were also always ready to discuss one’s research.
“This was my first experience of representing LUMS outside the UK. It was a great learning experience for me, and provided a warm and supportive atmosphere for co-creation of knowledge. I would strongly recommend other students to take part in the EURAM Doctoral Colloquium.”
Read the full story HERE
Everything’s Crystal Clear?
As crystal clear as the water surrounding beautiful and enchanting Valencia, we hope! Take a look at the conference folder at the conference web page (http://www.euramonline.org/conference/2014/euram.php?page=Theme---Important-dates); it’s great stuff!
So, sharpen your synapses and fuel up your computer battery, as we’re looking much forward to your application and to meet you in Valencia!
With best wishes,
Àngels, Hans, Wojciech, Marcela and Luisa