The EuroPar Doctoral Symposium is a forum for PhD students to present their work, meet and interact with peers, and to receive constructive feedback about their work from experts in the EuroPar community.
The program will feature technical presentations by PhD students, general research advice, and discussions in panel and open formats.
Call for Applications
We invite submissions from PhD students at any stage of their doctoral studies. Applicants must be officially enrolled in a PhD Program at the time of submission, and each submission MUST be backed by an endorsement from the official PhD adviser(s). Required submission files are as follows:
Title of work, author and adviser(s) names, affiliations
Abstract of the work
Brief description of work being done, including problem being addressed, the research methodology being used, and preliminary results (if any)
Adviser Statement of Support on institutional letterhead, including:
Declaration that the applicant is a PhD student
Confirmation of support for applicant’s participation
Declaration of length of time the student has been under adviser's supervision
Student’s main contributions
Applicants should prepare the submission documents that address item 1 above. The proposal manuscript must be in PDF format and cannot exceed four (4) pages (including references), formatted in the Springer LNCS style. Applicants should submit the manuscript through EasyChair.
The adviser should email the Letter of Support (ideally as a PDF attachment) to the chair. The email subject should be: "EuroPar-DS Adviser Statetment #<submissionid>"
The advisor should submit the Letter of Support by the end of submission deadline. Otherwise the application may be rejected without review.
The symposium committee members will review the submitted applications based on originality, technical strength, quality of presentation, and relevance to the conference. Submitted documents that do not meet the above requirements might be rejected without a review. All submitted proposals will be checked for originality by Springer iThenticate (proposals which show an insufficient originality might be rejected without a review).
Yehia Elkhatib, University of Glasgow, UK
Marco Aldinucci, University of Torino, Italy
Georgios Bouloukakis, Télécom Sud Paris, France
Maya G. Neytcheva, Uppsala University, Sweden
Pavlos Petoumenos, University of Manchester, UK
Sameer Shende, University of Oregon, USA
Thaleia-Dimitra Doudali, IMDEA Software, Spain
Zheng Wang, University of Leeds, UK