The Graduate Student Consortium (GSC) is a one-day forum in which graduate students can meet and discuss their work with each other and with a panel of experienced TEI researchers in an informal and interactive setting. The GSC will be held on Sunday February 16th, 2014, the day preceding the main conference, and includes lunch and dinner. Students engage in presentations and discussions about each others work during the consortium, and also present their work as posters during the main conference.
We welcome applications from doctoral graduate students, or masters students (where there is significant research component) in any of the disciplines and approaches that contribute to the TEI community (including design, arts, computer science and electronic engineering etc).
Selection of GSC participants will be made by the GSC committee. We are actively seeking support for participant travel expenses to attend the Consortium, and will update this page as more information becomes available
Each applicant should provide a short written paper (four pages in ACM SIGCHI archival format) describing his or her ongoing work. For example, the paper may summarize the student's thesis work or dissertation, or highlight one or more particular aspects. GSC short papers will be published in the TEI Proceedings and in the ACM Digital Library. Please note that GSC submissions are not anonymous.
All proposals must be submitted electronically via e-mail to Graduate Student Consortium Chairs Patrick Olivier and Tom Moher:
Submissions to the Graduate Student Consortium are not anonymous. Submissions will be reviewed by the Consortium chairs and selected senior researchers in the field.
Confidentiality of submissions will be maintained during the review process. All rejected submissions will be kept confidential. All submitted materials for accepted submissions will be kept confidential until the start of the conference.
If you have questions about the Graduate Student Consortium for TEI 2014, contact the GSC Chairs Patrick Olivier and Tom Moher at .
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