An opportunity for PhD and Master Students to present your research!

 E-poster presentations at

The International Conference on Events

Making Waves ICE2013

The e-poster conference is a great opportunity for PhD and Master Students to present their research to scholars and practitioners at The International Conference on Events (ICE2013) and 10th AEME Forum taking place 3-5 July at Bournemouth University.

Please submit your proposals under one of the following themes:

•      Making waves – transformational power; mega & major events; social media & technology; employment & careers; ISO20121

•      Riding the waves – Experiential events, learning & research; hyper real experiences; festivity; rituals & rules

•      Challenging the waves – policy & practice; creativity & design; discourses & narrative; imagination & dreamscapes

•      Working the waves – Business Events; professionalisation; the revised purple guide; security; knowledge transfer; imagery, symbols & semiotics

•      Create a new wave by proposing original ideas or concepts not covered above.

 

Guidelines for submission

Contact details of authors and co-authors (postal address, email, telephone, and fax numbers)

Contact details of dissertation supervisor if applicable

Presentation title and abstract

Abstracts should be between 400-500 words (not counting references, which should follow Harvard style)

Font size: Arial 11; Line space: 1.5; and Justified

 

Please submit your e-poster abstract/proposal to Maria Nas enas@bournemouth.ac.uk

E-poster submission deadline: Friday 25 January 2013

Confirmation of e-poster acceptance: Friday 8 February 2013

Please note all abstracts will be reviewed and authors will be notified of the outcome

For more information about the conference please have a look at Making Waves ICE2013

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