<< Call for proposals >>
In conjunction with the LaTiCE conference on Learning and Teaching in Computing and Engineering, a doctoral consortium will be organized at the first day on April 9st, 2015. The aims of the workshop are:
  • To offer a friendly forum for doctoral students to discuss issues related to their research in computing and engineering education / educational technology;
  • To receive constructive feedback from their peers and senior researchers;
  • To support networking with other researchers in the computing and engineering education research field;
  • To discuss the process of research and life in academia;
  • To provide seminars on different issues related to completing doctoral studies.
  • << Participants >>
    The consortium is designed primarily for students who are currently enrolled in any stage of doctoral studies with a focus on computing and engineering education research or educational technology. Students, who are considering doctoral studies and who have identified a field of research, may apply as well.
    << Chairpersons >>
  • Neena Thota, Univ. of Saint Joseph, Macau
  • Ching-Kun Hsu, National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan
  • << Venue and Pricing >>
    The Doctoral consortium will be held at National Taiwan Normal University on April 9th as a pre-conference event. Participation is free for students registering for the LaTiCE 2015 conference.
    Students, who wish to participate only in the consortium, pay US$ 70 (TWD$2100) for registering before January 30, 2015 and US$ 75 (TWD$2,250) for registration after January 30, 2015.
    << Requirement >>
    Each applicant should submit a document (2 pages), which includes the following information:
  • A brief background of the applicant including information about previous studies, motivation for doctoral study, publications if any, and possible teaching experience or pedagogical studies;
  • A summary of his / her research, including research questions, methodologies used or planned, and possible results obtained;
  • Questions related to the research that the applicant would like to discuss and get feedback at the doctoral consortium.
  • The document will be made available to the consortium chairs, senior researchers, and other participants at the doctoral consortium to allow preliminary feedback on the research.
    On the day that the consortium meets, each student gives a short presentation and receives further feedback.
    << Deadline for Applications >>
    November 18, 2014 Notification of acceptance will be sent by email by December 21st, 2014.
    Applicants should upload the document using the EasyChair review management system at: http://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=latice2015
    << Proposal Accepted >>
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    << Program >>
    To be updated