[CITASA] CFP: CSCW 2014 Doctoral Colloquium (fwd)
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Date: Wed, 28 Aug 2013 13:11:50 +0000
From: Irina Shklovski <irsh at itu.dk>
To: Barry Wellman <wellman at chass.utoronto.ca>
Subject: CFP: CSCW 2014 Doctoral Colloquium
Would you mind posting this announcement (I have two more coming your way tonight) to the mobile and CITASA lists?
Thanks so much!
***Please forward to Ph.D. students at your institution***
The Doctoral Colloquium is a forum in which Ph.D. students meet and discuss their work with each other and a panel of experienced CSCW researchers and practitioners. The colloquium itself will begin with dinner Saturday night February 15, 2014 and continue all day Sunday February 16, 2014.
All submissions must be received by the chairs by 5:00pm (17:00) Pacific Time on October 7, 2014. Submissions received after this date will not be considered. All submissions will be acknowledged by email.
We welcome applicants from a broad range of disciplines and approaches that inform CSCW, including anthropology, sociology, computer science, cognitive science, organizational studies, and related fields. We are particularly interested in applications from institutions and groups that have not traditionally been well-represented at past CSCW conferences.
Applicants should be Ph.D. students with an already well-established direction of research relevant to CSCW, but whose research would benefit from guidance provided by peers and senior colleagues at the Doctoral Colloquium. Preference will be given to students who have a defined topic and program of work e.g., who have proposed their topics and are within 2 years of graduation within a 5 year program or are half way through a 3 (or 4) year program.
The Colloquium committee will select approximately 15 participants who will be expected to give short, informal presentations of their work during the Colloquium, to be followed by extensive group discussion. Participants will also present their research in an interactive poster session during the main technical program of the conference.
Applicants should submit the following items by email to dc2014 at cscw.acm.org<mailto:dc2014 at cscw.acm.org> with the subject line "CSCW2014 Colloquium Submission." All items below should be collated into one PDF file named YOURNAME_CSCWDC2014.pdf (substitute your full name where it reads YOURNAME):
* A FOUR-page overview of your doctoral research that describes your research question, work in progress, and expected contributions. This overview should also include (1) a paragraph that articulates what you hope to gain from attending the CSCW Doctoral Colloquium, and (2) an abstract of no more than 100 words. Your overview will be published in the ACM Digital Library and distributed to all attendees as part of the Conference Extended Abstracts. Please submit your overview in the Extended Abstracts Format.
* A short (2-3 paragraph) biographical sketch on another page.
* An up-to-date curriculum vitae.
* Optionally, one publication that you feel best illustrates your progress in your research.
* An email letter from your supervisor sent to dc2014 at cscw.acm.org<mailto:dc2014 at cscw.acm.org> indicating that they support your application to the colloquium and that they agree that your research is at an appropriate stage for participation. These letters should also make reference to how you might benefit from the Doctoral Colloquium and how they expect that you might benefit the other students in this group experience. The email should have "CSCW Doctoral Colloquium: " + YOUR NAME in the subject header.
Doctoral Colloquium Co-Chairs
Claus Bossen, Aarhus University
Darren Gergle, Northwestern University
dc2014 at cscw.acm.org<mailto:dc2014 at cscw.acm.org>
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