Theme 4

“Young Academics”

coordinator: Romana Rauter

Theme 4 is a transversal theme, intended to offer a platform for young academics to present their work. The theme is open to students at Master level and PhD students in their first or second year. Submissions may address any of the topics in the various tracks of the three main themes.

Also this 5th NBM conference, we again wholeheartedly welcome young academics to submit their abstracts. At  #nbmconference2020 we will combine early career researchers with experienced ones. To realise this, track chairs dedicate 1-2 slots within their track(s) to young academics. The abstracts and other contributions will be reviewed accordingly.

We ask you as early career researchers to submit to the tracks/themes that have the best fit regarding content. To make sure that your submission is recognised as a young academic contribution, please give notice in our Conference Management System ConfTool in the user comment that your contribution has to be considered as written by a PHD or student. This is an important information for the track chairs and reviewers.


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