Frequently asked questions
1. I am a Ph.D. student
Can I pay a reduced registration fee?
Doctoral students can attend the conference at a reduced rate. Information about registration and the registration fees will be posted in early December. Please note, when registering, you need to upload proof that you are a current Ph.D. student before completing your payment. Appropriate documentation should be a signed and dated in a letter from your supervisor using the letterhead of the institution or a dated student card (documents should be submitted in English. Student cards with characters other than Roman will be discarded, i.e. Chinese, Cyrillic, etc. characters). The conference team will approve your status within five working days. You will then be invited to complete your online payment. If you do not upload this documentation before completing your payment, you will be charged the full fee.
Can I attend the Doctoral Colloquium?
To attend the Doctoral Colloquium students must submit their paper to the Doctoral Colloquium before 21 January 2020 and receive a letter of acceptance (10 March 2020). The Call for Applications will be posted in fall 2019.
If you have NOT submitted a paper to the Doctoral Colloquium event and have NOT received an acceptance letter, you may NOT attend the Doctoral Colloquium – even if your paper has been accepted for the 2020 EURAM Conference.
2. I am submitting a paper
What are the submission criteria?
You will find all information about the submission criteria in the Call for Papers. The online submission is open here.
3. I would like to register as an auditor
Conference delegates who did not submit a paper or are not scheduled for a presentation are welcome to join the conference to develop their network and to attend any of the scientific activities of the EURAM 2020 programme. To do so, they will need to register as a paying delegate in the conference here https://www.dekon.com.tr/euram2020.
4. I have submitted a paper
When will I know if my paper has been accepted?
EURAM will contact you on 19 March 2020. If you have not heard from us by 2 April, please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org
Will I receive the reviewers’ comments on my paper?
You will receive the reviewers’ comments in your notification email.
5. I am reviewing a paper
Will I receive a certificate confirming that I have reviewed a paper at EURAM?
EURAM automatically provides certificates for reviewing a paper in the course of the month of April. Moreover, the reviewers are all listed in the e-proceedings with their name, first name and affiliation.
There is an award for the Best Reviewer of the conference with prize money of 500 Euro.
6. My paper has been accepted
Why is my paper in a different track from the one I submitted to?
The Conference Programme Committee and SIG chairs sometimes move papers in order to match them with better papers of a similar theme.
Will my paper be published anywhere?
For EURAM 2020, the abstracts and full papers will be published in e-format and for the latter, accessible for registered delegates only.
You will be able to view the full programme on our website and to select sessions/tracks that you wish to attend based on the title of the paper, keywords, authors’ names, etc.
Abstracts and full papers are made available a few weeks before the conference to conference delegates only so that discussants and chairs can prepare their sessions. The Conference Programme Committee believes that this is important for research dissemination. However, if you oppose the publication of your paper you may request for its removal, however you should make that paper available to your session chair and discussant(s) if requested.
Will the proceedings have an ISSN number and/or ISBN?
The proceedings will carry the ISSN 2466-7498 and ISBN 978-2-9602195-2-4.
7. I am registering to attend
Can I get a certificate of attendance?
You will receive a certificate of attendance with your delegate pack.
Will conference papers be accessible?
Conference papers will be accessible in e-format to registered participants only via the online programme and the mobile app.
8. The Conference and Doctoral Colloquium are organised online.
The Conference and Doctoral Colloquium are organised online.
9. I am planning my activities at the conference
Additional information about the online platform, format and access to sessions will be posted in due course.
10. I am interested in attending the social events
Additional information about the online social activities posted in due course.
11. I will be presenting a paper at the conference
What are the different session types?
There are two different session types at the EURAM Conference. These are:
- Paper Development Sessions
- Competitive Paper Sessions.
How should I prepare my presentation?
You can view the full guidelines for presenting a paper, which will be posted on the website in due course after the e-notification of acceptance.
How many people will be at my session?
Attendance varies from session to session. The organising team cannot influence this – various factors influence the popularity of sessions, including time of the session, topic of interest, other concurrent sessions, etc.
Can I get a certificate for presenting my paper? What about my co-authors?
EURAM does not provide certificates for presenting a paper. Each registered author will receive an attendance certificate in the delegate pack.
12. I have been asked to chair a session at the conference
What are my expected tasks?
You can view the full guidelines for chairing a session after notification. The guidelines will be posted on the website in due course.
Can I get a certificate for chairing a session?
EURAM does not provide certificates for chairing a session. You will receive an attendance certificate in your delegate pack. Your name will appear on the e-programme book as session chair.
13. I have been asked to be a discussant at the conference
What are my expected tasks?
You can view the full guidelines for acting as a discussant after the notification. The guidelines will be posted on the website in due course.
Can I get a certificate for acting as a discussant?
EURAM does not provide certificates for acting as a discussant. You will receive an attendance certificate in your delegate pack. Your name will appear on the e-programme book as discussant.
14. My question is not listed in the FAQ. Whom do I contact?
If you have further enquiries, please contact email@example.com