Call to Participate in the ADIM Collective 2019 Research Development Workshop

Deadline | Tuesday 12 March 2019

Notice of acceptance | Tuesday 19 March 2019

Registration for the ADIM Collective 2019 Research Development Workshop ONLY | Tuesday 16 April 2019
Note: those who will register for the conference the attendance of the ADIM Collective Research Workshop is inclusive, and every participant who submits works for papers, workshops and case studies can contribute to ADIM collective 2019 research development workshop with the same or different proposal.

ADIM Collective 2019 Research Development Workshop will take place | Tuesday 18 June 2019

The ADIM Collective is a global initiative of the Academy for Design Innovation Management that connects doctoral students and early career researchers from leading universities around the world. The aim of the ADIM Collective is to establish a strong professional network of PhD and early career researchers in the field of Design Innovation Management. ADIM Collective reaches this aim by providing opportunities for members of the ADIM Collective to meet, develop professional skills and build strong ties with other researchers interested in similar research topics. ADIM Collective encourages leading academics to share their experiences with the new generation of design management scholars through events, meetings and symposia.

The ADIM Collective 2019 Research Development Workshop will benefit PhD students and early career researchers in the field of Design Innovation Management. The workshop will take place on Tuesday 18 June 2019 at Loughborough University London, United Kingdom. Participants will take part in masterclasses, workshops, debate and poster sessions facilitated by leading academics in the field of Design Innovation Management. The event will bring together accomplished senior academics, PhD students and early career researchers from a diverse range of universities around the world and aims to foster participants’ professional research development.

Call to Participate in PhD Research Training Day

One of the goals of the ADIM is to provide a support for early career design researchers. An active intensive seminar in form of poster session involving early researchers and experts from different countries. The session will aim to facilitating active dialogue and networking amongst the ADIM Collective 2019 Research Development Workshop participants.

If you register for the ADIM 2019 conference (Wednesday 19 to Friday 21 June 2019), then the ADIM Collective 2019 Research Development Workshop scheduled for Tuesday 18 June 2019 is inclusive of your conference registration. However, you can also select to only register exclusively for the one-day ADIM Collective 2019 Research Development Workshop without registering for the actual ADIM 2019 conference.

To be able to participate in the ADIM Collective 2019 Research Development Workshop you will need to:

>> Register on the ADIM 2019 conference management system at https://www.conftool.org/adim2019/ (if you have: (a) participated in the 2017 conference which was hosted in Hong Kong or (b) created account to make paper/workshop/case study submission for the 2019 conference then you already have account)

>> submit the following elements for the poster that we as the ADIM conference team will assemble and print for you. Please submit the necessary elements for the poster:

>>> Images:

(i) a high-quality Head shot preferably with a solid background (white, plain preferably) This means that your head-shot should have 300 dpi (minimum size of the photo: 4.928*3.264 pixel)

(ii) a high-quality Logo of your university (pdf, png and/or jpg)

>>> Text:

(i) Your Name

(ii) PhD Title / Research question

(iii) Brief outline why you have decided on this topic/area (300 words plus 2 to 3 key texts which are guiding your study)

(iii) University Name and Country

(iv) Stage of research (0/starting, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6)

(v) Mode of study (full/part time)

(vi) Supervisors names

Deadline for submitting the above | Tuesday 12 March 2019