Call for Doctoral Consortium
Doctoral Consortium Program June 11-12, 2007The program for the doctoral consortium can be found here.
- Submission: March 12, 2007 (*Deadline extended*)
- Notification of Acceptance : April 11, 2007
- Camera-ready Copy: April 25, 2007
- Doctoral Consortium: June 11-12, 2007
- CAiSE'07: June 11-15, 2007
GoalThe CAiSE'07 Doctoral Consortium is intended to bring together PhD students working on foundations, techniques, tools and applications of information systems and give them the opportunity to present and discuss their research in a constructive and international atmosphere. The goals of the Doctoral Consortium event are:
- To provide fruitful feedback and advice to the selected Ph.D. students on their research thesis.
- To provide the opportunity to meet experts from different backgrounds working on topics related to the Information Systems Engineering field.
- To interact with other PhD students and stimulate an exchange of ideas and suggestions among participants.
This year, the workshop in Trondheim will be the 14th Doctoral Consortium of a series held in conjunction with the CAiSE conferences in Utrecht (1994), Jyväskylä (1995), Heraklion (1996), Barcelona (1997), Pisa (1998), Heidelberg (1999), Stockholm (2000), Interlaken (2001), Toronto (2002), Klagenfurt/Velden (2003) Riga/Latvia (2004), Porto (2005) and Luxembourg (2006).The participants of the doctoral consortium are strongly encouraged to also register for and attend the main conference.
Doctoral Consortium topicsSee the theme and topics of the CAISE'07 conference.
Submission processTo apply for participation at the Doctoral Consortium, please send a short paper describing your doctoral work to:
- jonespi at idi.ntnu.no
- with a copy to: renatek at idi.ntnu.no
Submission format and rulesThe paper must
- clearly formulate the research question,
- identify the significant problems in the field of research,
- outline the current knowledge of the problem domain, as well as the state of existing solutions,
- present clearly any preliminary ideas,
- the proposed approach and the results achieved so far,
- sketch the research methodology that is being applied,
- point out the contributions of the applicant to the solution of the problem, and state in what aspects the suggested solution is different, new or better as compared to existing approaches to the problem.