Final deadline for submission: March 11, 2016
Notification Acceptance: March 25, 2016
Camera-Ready Paper Due: April 21, 2016
Doctoral Consortium: May 16, 2016
This full day event will enable doctoral students to present and reflect on their work alongside other doctoral students and a panel of experts. Submissions have to address the following questions:
What is the problem? What are you going to solve?
Who cares? Why should people care about this problem?
What have other people done about it? Literature review. Why is that not sufficient? What are the gaps and unanswered questions?
What are you going to do about it? Your approach
What are you really going to do about it? Methods, operationalization, sample
When do you know you are done?
What do you expect to find? What did you find? Results
What does this mean? Conclusions
Who cares? Implications
What would you like to know from the DC faculty panel?
(Optional) Request for Funding - Please note if you need funding and your estimate costs.
The Doctoral Colloquium papers will not be published to ensure the student's work is kept in confidence, however students will present their work in a presentation during the doctoral colloquium and via a poster in the main conference poster session.
Students are requested to provide a short letter from their advisor noting their year in the program, years until the student should defend, and how the DC will help with their research.
Format: The 4 page doctoral consortium submissions should follow the Pervasive Health formatting guidelines http://pervasivehealth.org/2016/show/authors-kit
Dissemination: The Doctoral Colloquium papers will not be published to ensure the student's work is kept in confidence, however students will present their work in a presentation during the doctoral colloquium and via a poster in the main conference poster session.
Review Process: Each paper will be blind, peer-reviewed by members of the Pervasive Health program committee with additional expert reviewers drawn from relevant research domains. Submissions will be evaluated based on their originality, significance of the contribution to the field, technical correctness and presentation. The paper should make explicit how the work offers unique and substantial contribution beyond what has already been published or submitted
Submission: Complete application packages (with 4 page submission and Advisor letter) should be sent to [email protected]
Funding: We have some funding for travel and hotel for a select number of presenting doctoral consortium participants.
Faculty Panelists Katie A. Siek, Indiana University, Doctoral Consortium Co-Chair Monica Tentori, CICESE, Doctoral Consortium Co-Chair Alex Mihailidis, University of Toronto, Panelists
Pervasive Healthcare Doctoral Consortium participants can contact Katie Siek ([email protected]) or Monica Tentori ([email protected]) for local childcare resources.
The Pervasive Health Doctoral Consortium is partially supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. (IIS-1621808). Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the organizers and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.