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Message posted on 02/08/2018

CfP Doctoral Consortium ICTDx 4-7Jan Ahmedabad, India

We invite you to apply to participate in our very first ICTD Doctoral
Consortium (DC). The DC's goal is to connect doctoral students to each
other and experts in their research areas, as well as provide opportunities
for learning about relevant emerging theoretical trends, methodologies, and
tools in the field of ICTD. Participants will present their research before
fellow doctoral students and experts, with the hope that this will support
exchange of ideas, solicit constructive feedback from experts, develop
mentor relationships, and expand collaborative research networks. The DC is
an excellent opportunity for young ICTD scholars to learn about the richly
diverse ICTD community as they develop their dissertation research

To apply, please email the following documents in a single PDF to

1. Your two-page Curriculum Vitae (CV) that includes:
- your name, email, and website
- your affiliation and advisor(s)
- your educational history and work experience
- your publications and awards history
- any other information you consider important/relevant
2. Evidence that you are a doctoral student (e.g., a letter from your
advisor/thesis supervisor)
3. A narrative of your research (2K to 3K words) that includes:
- research questions and objectives
- literature review
- methodologies (in use/to be used)
- theoretical frameworks (if relevant)
- findings (preliminary/anticipated)
- contributions (preliminary/anticipated)

Deadline: September 1, 2018 at 11.59pm Anywhere on Earth

Notifications: October 8, 2018
DC: January 4, 2019


We will give preference to applications of students who are in the earlier
stages of their Ph.D. To shortlist, we will consider the overall quality of
the application, the area of research, the location, and diversity status
of the applicant. We will target an attendance of roughly 25 participants.
These participants will have their conference registration fees waived, and
will also be eligible for travel and accommodation support.

At the DC, participants will be expected to prepare a poster and an oral
presentation. Both will be shared with the conference participants, and the
DC will run for 4 to 6 hours. More details TBA closer to the date.

Doctoral Consortium CHAIRS

P. Vigneswara Ilavarasan (IIT Delhi, India)
Nimmi Rangaswamy (IIIT Hyderabad, India)
Aditya Johri (George Mason University, USA)

Details at:

Best Regards,
Associate Professor
Dept. of Management Studies
Indian Institute of Technology Delhi
Hauz Khas, New Delhi 110016 India
M:+91 9910230407 (India); O: +91 11 2659 1174
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