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Frank Fischer & Stefanie Lindstaedt

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  • EC-TEL Doctoral Consortium Frank Fischer & Stefanie Lindstaedt
  • EC-TEL
      • September 29 – October 2, 2009
      • Nice, France
      • Doctoral Consortium: September 29 or 30
      • Focus on „Interdisciplinary Work“
  • DC Mentors
      • Psychology
      • Frank Fischer
      • Pierre Dillenbourg
      • Computer Science
      • Martin Wolpers
      • Stefanie Lindstaedt
  • Expected Papers
    • Submission of 6 page paper via EasyChair
      • Description of research field
      • Research hypothesis and which role it plays within the field and why it is important/interesting to be examined
      • Overview of related work
      • Description of work done so far and preliminary results achieved
      • Applied research method (e.g. design research, experiments, ...)
  • Target Group & Selection Criteria
    • Target group
      • Advanced PhD students (at least 1 year within the PhD program)
      • PhD students who already have achieved some preliminary results beyond literature research (e.g. first studies, first prototype)
    • Selection Criteria
      • Match with EC-TEL topics
      • Quality and maturity of research
      • Quality of presentation and writing
  • Draft Agenda: Before DC
    • about 2 weeks before DC
      • Groups of about 4 PhD students are build
      • Each student reads the papers of the 3 others
      • Reviews are entred via the EasyChair system
      • Mentor also provides his/her review through the system
      • Preliminary Discussions
  • Draft Agenda: DC
      • Introduction Session (1h) Role of Interdisciplinarity and Networking for my PhD
      • Main Session (6h) depends on number of students
        • short presentations in plenum
        • groups of 4 students + mentor to discuss topics/issues in detail and to encourage further peer-mentoring
      • Closing Session (1h) on Career Counseling (what to do after my PhD?)
  • We are looking forward to your submission [email_address]