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TIM Virtual Doctoral Research Development Workshop (RDW) – Call for applications

  • 1.  TIM Virtual Doctoral Research Development Workshop (RDW) – Call for applications

    Posted 06-02-2021 12:50
    Edited by Elie Sung 06-13-2021 03:07
    When: Wednesday, August 4, 2021, 12:00PM-3:00PM EST

    Application Deadline: June 20, 2021

    Who should apply: We welcome applications from students at any stage of their PhD program. Participation in the doctoral consortium does not prohibit you from participating in this workshop.

    Description: This Research Development Workshop (RDW) is designed as an idea-, paper-, and dissertation-development feedback meeting for PhD students interested in technology, innovation, creativity, product development, and related topics. Students may be at any stage of a PhD program, and similarly, the ideas brought to the workshop can range from initial ideas for a paper or dissertation to fully developed papers. The workshop will feature extensive time dedicated to virtual round table conversations with faculty mentors about your submitted research ideas.

    Faculty mentors: Mentors include scholars whose research focuses on various areas of strategy and technology management. Confirmed faculty mentors thus far include (in alphabetical order by last name): Emily Cox Pahnke (University of Washington), Stefan Haefliger (Cass Business School), Xavier Martin (Tilburg), Andrew Nelson (University of Oregon), Henry Sauermann (ESMT), Valentina Tartari (CBS), Brian Wu (University of Michigan), Laurina Zhang (Boston University) and Minyuan Zhao (Washington University in St. Louis). Participation is limited to 30 students.

    Application Process: To apply, please visit https://forms.gle/E1b2PVxQ4TDXSmCc6 and submit a (1) CV and (2) extended abstract (maximum of 3 pages / 1500 words) of your doctoral research.

    For any questions, please email the organizers at: tim.drdw.2021@gmail.com

    We look forward to welcoming you to this event!

    Trey Cummings (Johns Hopkins University),
    Jean-François Soublière (HEC Montreal),
    Elie Sung (HEC Paris), and
    Joey van Angeren (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam)

    Elie Sung
    HEC Paris