Organised by the International Federation for Information Technology and Travel & Tourism (IFITT), the ENTER2020 pre-conference event provides the unique opportunity for postgraduate (doctoral) students to interactively present and discuss their research with peers, and leading scholars in the field. Postgraduate students at all stages (i.e. beginning as well as nearly completed) are encouraged to participate.
This full-day workshop will give participants the opportunity to improve their research idea, proposal and structure of their work in a critical but supportive environment by getting feedback from mentors, experts and senior researchers within the IT and Tourism research community. Participants get support questions related to academic and research careers, and extend their network with peers, researchers, industry and universities from around the world. Journal editors will provide input on how to write and submit articles to leading academic journals.
Benefits for PhD workshop participants
Submit your research proposals for our review and feedback. A research proposal should have a maximum length of five (5) A4 sized-pages and should typically include the following headings:
In your submission, please indicate the stage of your study (e.g., thinking about it, just beginning the process, completed proposal, accepted proposal.).
After the review process students will be notified about the result and provided with recommendations for improvement. Optional, accepted proposals can be made available as e-book to workshop participants before the workshop and published on IFITT website.
The short oral presentation will be held during the PhD workshop.
Awards: The best research proposals will be awarded and recognized during the ENTER2020 Conference.
Dr. Markus Schuckert, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong S.A.R. ([email protected])
Dr. Jason Stienmetz, University of Surrey, UK ([email protected])
Dr. Berta Ferrer-Rosell, University of Lleida ([email protected])
If you would like to participate or need more information please contact one of the ENTER PhD workshop chairs.