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VL: Deadline Extended: PDC2020 DOCTORAL COLLOQUIUM

<br>Lhettj: Pdworld  kyttjn Jaz Choi
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<br>Lhetetty: sunnuntai 1. joulukuuta 2019 3.28
<br>Aihe: [PDworld] Deadline Extended: PDC2020 DOCTORAL COLLOQUIUM
<br>Wed like to invite doctoral students to participate in the Participatory
<br>Design Conference 2020 Doctoral Colloquium. The submission deadline has been
<br>extended to Dec 9, 2019.
<br>A full-day session intended for PhD students working within the field of
<br>Participatory Design (PD). The session will provide students with a safe and
<br>open space to discuss what matters to them concerning their studies, and
<br>collaboratively seek ways to address them. Participants will have the
<br>opportunity to present their work, share their experiences, and receive
<br>feedback, support, and suggestions from experienced PD researchers and peers.
<br>Important dates
<br>9th December 2019  Submission deadline
<br>15th February 2020  Notification of acceptance / feedback
<br>15th March 2020   Final submissions deadline
<br>Review Process
<br>Selection for participation will be based on the quality of proposal, taking
<br>into account how the research is related to PD. Moreover, the aim will be to
<br>ensure diversity by including students with different disciplinary emphases,
<br>at different stages of their research programs, and coming from different
<br>cultural backgrounds.
<br>Submission Formatting and Length
<br>The proposal must include these four components: 1) an overview of ones PhD
<br>project, including research motivations and questions, methods, intended
<br>contributions, progress to date, and plans for further research, 2) three key
<br>works that influenced ones study 3) the main challenge(s) ones facing in
<br>their PhD currently, and 4) what one wants to gain from participating in the
<br>Doctoral Colloquium.
<br>Submissions should be done following the simplified template available on the
<br>submission page.
<br>Submissions should be written in English and should not be longer than 4
<br>pages. References do not count towards the page limits.
<br>Doctoral Colloquium submissions will not be published in the conference
<br>proceedings but are made available to all colloquium participants.
<br>Accepted applicants will be asked to do some pre-conference preparation  for
<br>example, reading the other participants submissions, or relating your
<br>proposal to a chapter from the PD Handbook. More directions will be provided
<br>after acceptance. Please note that the colloquium will be run in English.
<br>Jaz Hee-jeong Choi (RMIT   AUS)
<br>Jesper Simonsen (Roskilde University  DNK)
<br>Helena Karasti (University of Oulu  FIN / University of Siegen  DEU)
<br>More information
<br>We look forward to seeing you in Manizales!
<br>Dr. Jaz Hee-jeong Choi
<br>Director, Care-full Design Lab 
<br>Vice-chancellors Senior Research Fellow
<br>College Design &Social Context, RMIT Australia
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