List of accepted Phd Students
Congratulations to all the applicants who have been accepted on the programme!
See you online!
(If you have not sent an application to attend the programme, it will not be possible to attend the programme)
Adeline Abou-Ali – Barcelona University
Anna af Hällström – Chalmers University of Technology
Anaïs Angelucci – UCLouvain
Irma Baneviciene – Kaunas University of Technology
Bernard Bannor – De Montfort University
Bob Bastian – Universita di Pavia and Universita di Bergamo
Alberto Bertello – University of Turin
Sushant Bhargava – Indian Institute of Management Lucknow (India)
Kristina Buhagiar – University of Malta
Donia Chortani – Université Paris Nanterre
Alina Czapla – University of Economics in Katowice
Marie-Julie De Bruyne – Ghent University
Bettina De Ruyck – Ghent University & Vlerick Business School
Sevda Dede – Piri Reis University
María Dolores del Rio – Universidad Austral
Thomas Draschbacher – Graz University of Technology
Emmanuel Ekpenyong – Nyenrode University
Talita Da Ferreira – Universidad de Salamanca
Edoardo Forconi – University of pisa
Canio Forliano – Department of Management, University of Turin
Gopi Sankar Gopikuttan – Indian Institute of Management Bangalore
Tiffany Grabski – University of Geneva
Simona Grande – University of Turin
Daria Hakola – University of Jyväskylä
Sirkka-Liisa Huhtinen – University of Helsinki
Andrea Kárpáti – Széchenyi István University
Lauren Kaufmann – PhD Student, Wharton
Julius Kirschbaum – Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg
Ramesh Krishnan – Hitotsubashi University
Kaisa Kukkonen – Turku School of Economics, Finland
Louise Lecomte – PSL – Paris-Dauphine University
Shike Li – IE business school
Akanksha Lohmore – Technological University Dublin
Sara Mandray – ESCP Business School
Anna Margolis – Universität Hamburg
Afsa Mukasa – University of Strathclyde, Glasgow Scotland
Edicleia Oliveira – Technological University Dublin
Ana Orelj – University of Iceland
Matthias Pfisterer – Vlerick Business School
Karine Rajoelisolo Debergue – UQAM
Estelle Remondeau – i3-CRG, CNRS, École polytechnique, Institut Polytechnique de Paris
Anna-Sophie Risch – Catholic University Eichstätt-Ingolstadt
Paola Riva – politecnico di milano
Misty Sabol – university of south Alabama
Neveen Saied – Vlerick Business School
Oliver Saliba – University of Malta
Pinalba Schilleci – University of Rome “Tor Vergata”
Jennifer Simnett – Henley Business School
Dimitri Simonin – UTS Business School
Ruchi Singh – University of Huddersfield
Anna Strizhkova – PhD Student at the University of Liechtenstein
Louise Taupin – Mines Paris, PSL Research University
Naraporn Thammadee – University of Strathclyde
Tatiana Trevisan – Macquarie University
Mothepane Tshabalala – University of Johannesburg
Elena Veretennik – National Research University Higher School of Economics
Giovanni Visentin – ESCP Business School
Zhaoyi Yan – IE Business School
Exchange knowledge and expand your network and initiate dialogues with leading management scholars!
Experienced management scholars will share their knowledge about undertaking doctoral research and pursuing a career as an academic. Learning from those scholars and asking them all the questions you’ve always wanted to ask is a great opportunity. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn about the tacit knowledge underlying a PhD process and to get useful insights on how to complete a PhD in a successful way.
How to Apply?
Applications for the Doctoral Colloquium 2021 are now closed.
Deadline for submissions to Doctoral Colloquium: 19 January 2021, 2 pm
Notification of acceptance: 11 March 2021
Deadline for registration: 16 April 2021
Who to Contact?
Professor Mine Karatas-Ozkan, Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship at the University of Southampton, United Kingdom (email@example.com)
Professor Aristides Ferreira, Assistant Professor in Human Resources and Organisational Behaviour at ISCTE – Instituto Universitário de Lisboa (ISCTE-IUL), Portugal (Aristides.Ferreira@iscte-iul.pt)
Professor Maher Kooli, Professor of finance and CDPQ Research Chair-holder in Portfolio Management at ESG UQAM, Montreal, Canada (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Professor Francesco Rentocchini, Associate Professor of Strategy and Innovation at the University of Milan, Italy (email@example.com)
Professor Runólfur Smári Steinthorsson, Professor Strategy and Management at the University of Iceland, Iceland (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Why Apply for the Doctoral Colloquium?
2019 was my first EURAM conference and it was an incredible experience. Not only did I get to hear from seasoned academics but I also got the opportunity to have my work reviewed by my peers. The doctoral colloquium was the perfect platform for me to share my research and receive very constructive feedback from my mentors and other PhD students. The mentor groups met twice, the first time to discuss the student papers and to offer feedback. The second meeting (the next day) was for the student to ask further questions or to seek clarification on the feedback given after giving it some reflection. At the end of the doctoral colloquium, I had connected with peers from across the world in very diverse fields of research within management. These chats over the breaks allowed me to give elevator pitches on my research to different audiences and based on how it was received, I learnt to adapt the pitch based on who I was talking to and their area of research interest. It was a very rewarding experience.
The Programme was organised and delivered with the current and future needs of PhD students in mind and echoed the values of the EURAM community. The mentoring sessions were extremely useful, highly supportive and provided a reflexive opportunity to develop and grow. Meeting other PhD students from around the world was also a particular highlight.
I really enjoyed the EURAM 2019 Doctoral Colloquium! I met some great people from all over the world and received valuable guidance from senior academics. The mentoring sessions were very helpful. The Colloquium helped us create an international network of researchers, while the organizers were amazing; they made us feel welcome from the very beginning till the end!
EURAM is a forward thinking, innovative and most of all supportive group of scholars… being part of the EURAM DC has helped me think about my research in new ways and it has really boosted my confidence.
I found the EURAM Doctoral Colloquium a great forum to get feedback on my work, learn from others, and make new friends. The feedback that I received both from my mentor and from the other students in my group was relevant and helpful, and has given me some great ideas on ways to move forward with finishing my dissertation and with publishing my work. The organization of the event was exceptional, the sessions very interesting, and the speakers engaging. I’ve already recommended the event to people in several schools with whom I have contact, and hopefully will be successful in encouraging more students from a diversity of programs to attend.
To participate on the EURAM Doctoral Colloquium is a great opportunity to meet other researchers on the same stage that we are and share expectations, knowledge and experiences. On the other hand, the EURAM Doctoral Colloquium gives us the opportunity to hear several fabulous academics about their perspective of how to develop a good and sustainable research while we get feedback on our work. The EURAM Doctoral Colloquium really represents a good opportunity to think on our approach and to define our research.
I’d like to thank the Doctoral Colloquium organizers for an outstanding work. The Doctoral Colloquium program was very enriching, and contributed significantly for my growth both as an academic and as a practitioner. It widened my professional horizons and contributed to my awareness and involvement in the management scholar community EURAM Doctoral Colloquium