The Atlanta Conference on Science and Innovation Policy Abstract Submission has been Extended!
CALL FOR PAPERS
Submission of paper, poster, and session proposals for the 2017 Atlanta Conference on Science and Innovation Policy has been extended until March 15th.
ABSTRACTS FOR PROPOSED PRESENTATIONS
Well-developed, two-page abstracts will be given priority for presentation space.
PROPOSALS FOR SESSIONS
Well-constructed session proposals are encouraged. Sessions should consist of 3-4 papers that are thematically linked, and that reflect the international scope of the conference. Ideally sessions should not be organized around a single project or from a single institution. To submit a session proposal, the coordinator of the session will submit a title, short description of the purpose/focus of the session and list of presentations. Presenters will individually submit their presentation proposals, noting that they belong to a session and providing the title of the session.
EARLY CAREER POSTERS AND COMPETITION
The conference invites posters from graduate students, postdoctoral fellows and early career researchers within three years of receipt of a doctoral degree. The research should be empirical in nature and reflect work in which the early-career researcher has led, and/or played a significant role. The poster session will be held during the closing reception, to be held jointly with the Global Text Mining conference and will be interactive and lively. Judging will be done during the session.
Submissions should address issues relevant to the science and innovation system. Participants will be asked to indicate which of the following topic area(s) their abstract addresses:
- Advances in Bibliometric and Other Research Evaluation
- Crossing Boundaries: Cross-National, Cross-Disciplinary, Cross-Sectoral Research
- Energy, Environment and Sustainability Policy
- Innovation Challenges in Perifpheries
- Research Advances and Health/Safety Security Issues
- Research Policy, Priority Setting and Funding
- Responsible Innovation
- Societal Research Outcomes
- Team Science/Collaboration
- Technology Commercializaiton and Diffusion
- Workforce and Careers
- Other Topics
Go to Atlanta Conference Website to submit your abstract
If you have questions, please email the program chair at firstname.lastname@example.org