Submissions

Submission Instructions – RISE IMET 2020


Types of Submissions

  1. Papers (abstract only)
  2. Sessions
  3. Posters
  4. Panels
  5. Workshops
General Deadline for all types of submissions: 30 November 2019

Please note that paper abstracts, sessions and posters will go through a double blind review process. Proposals for panels and workshops will go through a double review process.

All contributions should be submitted through: https://www.easyacademia.org/riseimet2020

 

Specific Instructions

  1. Papers (abstract)

All paper submissions must be novel, reporting on previously unpublished work

Abstracts should be not more than 500 words including references. For bibliographical references please follow the APA style (https://apastyle.apa.org/).

Please also indicate up to six keywords for your abstract (minimum number of keywords: 4).

  

  1. Sessions

We invite proposals for complete sessions dedicated to a particular theme which relates to the topics of interest of the conference.

The chair of each session will be expected to organise the structure of the discussion, set the order of presentations and coordinate the session.

The proposed chair of a session should submit a proposal of no more than 500 words. The proposal should include a description of the topic of the session together with the titles of the presentations that will be included in the session. Please also indicate up to six keywords for your proposal (minimum number of keywords: 4).

Please do not include in the proposal the names of the chair or the authors of the papers.

Once the session chair submits his proposal, the system will notify the participants of the session to submit the abstracts of their papers which will be included in the particular session. For uploading the abstracts of the papers in a session, a special code will be required which will be sent to the session participants once the chair submits his proposal.

The submission of the abstracts for papers that are part of a particular proposed session has the same requirements as individually submitted abstracts.

  

  1. Posters

If you are interested to present a poster at the conference, please submit an abstract of no more than 250 words, describing the topic of the poster.

Please also indicate up to six keywords for your abstract (minimum number of keywords: 4).

Applicants with accepted posters will be sent detailed instructions for the creation of the poster and a template to use for the submission of the final poster.

Deadline for the submission of final posters (after notification of acceptance): 15th April 2020

 

  1. Panels

We invite proposals for panel discussions which will be included in the conference programme. The topic of panel discussions should clearly relate to the conference themes. Panels should promote discussion both amongst the panellists and with the audience.

The chair of each panel discussion will be expected to organise the structure of the discussion, set the order of presentations and coordinate the session.

The proposed chair of a panel discussion should submit a proposal of no more than 500 words. The proposal should include a description of the topic and agenda of the panel together with the names of the panel participants.

Please also submit a separate document including a short CV (no more than 150 words per CV) for both the panel chair and all panel participants, together with their professional affiliation(s) and contact details.

 

  1. Workshops

We invite proposals for workshops which will be included in the conference programme.

Workshops should be dedicated to a particular theme which relates to the topics of interest of the conference. We expect proposed workshops to be mostly participatory and/or hands-on.

The organiser of a proposed workshop will be expected to organise the structure of the workshop and coordinate it.

The proposed organiser of a workshop should submit a proposal of no more than 500 words. The proposal should include a description of the topic of the workshop together with details of the delivery methods that will be used or any other activities that will be carried out during the workshop. Please also indicate the type of audience that the workshop will be designed for.

Please also submit a separate document including a short CV (no more than 150 words per CV) of the workshop organiser, together with professional affiliation and contact details.