Atlanta Conference on Science and Innovation Policy: está abierta la convocatoria a trabajos de investigación

La conferencia es organizada por la School of Public Policy del Georgia Institute of Technology Global Learning Center y tendrá lugar del 26 al 28 de septiembre de 2013 en Atlanta. La convocatoria para papers, sesiones y propuestas de posters estará abierta del 1° de febrero al 8 de marzo y el enví­o de ponencias completas será hasta el 1° de julio.

La conferencia sobre Polí­ticas de Ciencia e Innovación provee un espacio para debatir sobre los desafí­os multidimensioales y las caracterí­sticas interrelacionadas de los procesos y polí­ticas de ciencia e innovación. Les dejamos a continuación la información de la convocatoria:

 

Call for Papers – Now Open
Deadline: March 8, 2013
The Atlanta Conference on Science and Innovation Policy is now accepting these paper, session and poster proposals:

Abstracts for proposed papers: Well-developed, two-page abstracts will be given priority for presentation space. Participants with accepted abstracts can choose to enter the Best Paper competition by submitting a full paper by July 1, 2013.

Proposals for sessions: These should reflect the international scope of the conference. Each paper should be submitted individually, and the session proposal (including the list of papers) should be uploaded at the Abstracts Submissions Web Portal.

Early career posters and compe

 

tition: The conference invites posters from undergraduate or graduate students and researchers within three years of receipt of a doctoral degree. Proposed work should be empirical in nature and reflect work in which the early-career researcher has led the research, and/or played a significant role in the research. The poster session will be designed to be interactive and lively. Judging will be done during the session with a prize awarded during the meeting.  Additional posters by more advanced researchers will also be included in the poster session, but not eligible for the competition.

Submissions should address issues relevant to the science and innovation system, and may fall into one or more of the following categories relevant to Science & Technology (S&T):

  • Changing dynamics of research and innovation (e.g., team science, cross disciplinary, virtual, international, and cross-sectoral)
  • Cyber-infrastructure and collaborative forms
  • Designing and evaluating policies for economic, social and environmental outcomes
  • Economic issues
  • Emerging institutions and institutional forms in science and innovation
  • Ethical issues in research
  • Global S&T environment
  • Research funding and strategies
  • S&T policies (regional, national)
  • STEM education
  • Workforce issues in the S&T/STEM community

 

 

 

 

 

 

Para consultas y más información, escribir a info@atlantaconference.org o visite http://www.atlantaconference.org/.
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