Doctoral Colloquium 2024
List of accepted Phd Students
Congratulations to all the applicants who have been accepted on the programme! See you in Bath!
(If you have not applied to take part in the programme, attendance to the Doctoral Co will not be possible)
Accepted participants to the Doctoral Colloquium in alphabetical order are:
Georgia Achlada, University of Strathclyde
Bilal Afzal, Universitat Rovira i Virgili
Winifred Aina, Bournemouth University
Marvin Assenmacher, Management Center Innsbruck
Elisabeth Baía, University of Beira Interior
Noah Bellwald, University of St. Gallen
Alix Blanchard, La Rochelle University
Lawrence G. Boakye, RMIT University
Moritz Martin Brandauer, University of Kaiserslautern
Tabea Brandt, Otto-von-Guericke University
Simon Brunmayr, FH Erfurt
Alexandre Camino, La Rochelle Université
Damian Ciachorowski, Gdańsk University of Technology
Grégory De Boe, UCLouvain LouRIM
Laura De Boom, University of Antwerp
Ingrid Devjak Avans, University of Applied Sciences
Jacopo Di Bonaventura, University of Teramo
Weijia Ding, University College London
Dariusz Drewniak, Jagiellonian University
Onidjè Franck Serge Echao, Université Laval
Björn Eisfeld, Ruhr-Universiät Bochum
May EL Cherif, Universite Paris-Est Créteil (UPEC)
Patrick Frey, Johannes Kepler University
Nina Fuereder, Johannes Kepler University
Irene Gea, University of Almería
Dimitris Giamos, HEC Montréal
Clara Golse, Mines Paris PSL – Centre de gestion scientifique
Anahita Hedayat, Zadeh University of Pavia
Rida Ijaz, Jonkoping International Business School
Frankie Inguanez, Malta College of Arts, Science & Technology
Josep Oriol Izquierdo, Montfort Université catholique de Louvain, Louvain Research Institute in Management and Organizations
Zakia Jabeen, University of Strathclyde
Falk Jungmeier, University of Innsbruck & MCI | The Entrepreneurial School
Togan Kiliç, Kedge, Business School, Bordeaux
Dominika Agnieszka, Klopotek Chalmers University of Technology
Sonja Koehne, Alexander von Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society
Heléna Krén, Department of Ergonomics and Psychology, Faculty of Economic and Social Sciences, Budapest University of Technology and Economics
Rohit Lakshmanan, LUT University
Constanze Leeb, University of Cambridge, Institute for Manufacturing
Julia Lenz, Munich University of Applied Sciences / TU Dublin
Isabella Listl, University of the Bundeswehr Munich
Eline Maladry, LITEM – Paris Saclay University
Nicholas Marzohl, The University of Adelaide
Anna-Maria Mazurczak, Otto-von-Guericke-University Magdeburg
Ann Kristin Meyer, University of Siegen
Delia Meyer, University of Lucerne
Nuppu Mielonen, University of Eastern Finland
Farah Mneimne, University of Leicester
Aminat Muibi, University of Victoria
Giuseppe Muscat, Malta College of Arts, Science and Technology (MCAST)
Turan Naghiyeva, University of Strathclyde
Shahrzad Nayyeri, King’s College London
Joana Oliveira, Universidade do Vale do Itajaí
Johanna Orjatsalo, LUT University, LUT Business School
Yng Yih Phan, UCSI University
Marina Pletscher, The University of Lucerne
Sebastian Priestersberger, WU Vienna University of Economics and Business
Lasma Rabaud, LabEx Entreprendre, University of Montpellier
Teodora Rajković, University of Belgrade, Faculty of Organizational Sciences
Laura Cristina Ramirez-Rodriguez, Tecnun School of Engineering, University of Navarra
Ruwaiha Razik, University of Colombo, Sri Lanka
Alejandra Rojas, Aarhus University
Saskia Salmen, Otto-von-Guericke University Magdeburg
Devmalya Sarkar, Institute for Manufacturing, University of Cambridge
Daren Scerri, Malta College of Arts Science and Technology
Lucrezia Sgambaro, Politecnico di Milano
Muhammad Siddique, University of South-Eastern Norway
Bryan Solorzano, Universitetet i Sørøst-Norge
Sarah Stachelscheid, University of Siegen
Zuzanna Staniszewska, Kozminski University
Sandra Starke, Banku Augstskola School of Business and Finance
Nicole Steller Witten, Herdecke University
Simon Stoß, International University of Monaco
Katrin Strodtkötter, Osnabrück University
Martina Tafuro, Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies
Ioannis Tagos, University of Konstanz
Felix Toepler, HHL Leipzig Graduate School of Management
Amanda Van de Paverd, University of Queensland
Stephen Van Riper, University of York
Angélique Voltaire, ESCP Business School
Luisa Wicht, Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg
Judith Wolf, Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena
Jane Jingyao, Yang University of Barcelona
Yuxing Zhang, University of Birmingham
Zhebing Zhou, University of Southampton
Exchange and Expand
Exchange knowledge, expand your networks and generate conversations with leading management and organisation studies scholars!
Experienced management scholars will share their knowledge about undertaking doctoral research and pursuing a career in academia. They will guide you for your chosen research and help you navigate through the challenges that you identify. They will also help open your horizons and discuss alternative career paths including a practitioner in a chosen industry, an entrepreneur utilising research base, and a policy maker in an international organisation. Learning from those scholars and asking them all the questions you have always wanted to ask is a great opportunity. Do not 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 and how to develop a career trajectory transitioning out of your PhD.
Collaboration is at the heart of our doctoral colloquium. The largest part of the EURAM Doctoral Colloquium (DC) is dedicated to the discussion of your papers in small mentoring teams groups – each supervised by an experienced senior academic mentor, many of them being global thought leaders and distinguished scholars in their field, and highly experienced supervisors. The aim is not that you shall give a “traditional” paper presentation, but to discuss your research with your peers in the group as well as your Mentor and seek advice and guidance on the key issues and challenges that you experience in a particular phase of doctoral research you are in. These highly intensive and interactive mentoring sessions make our EURAM DC distinctive, collaborative and future orientated. Through these mentoring team sessions as well as fun networking and social activities that we curate for you, as we connect you with your peers and senior scholars in your field, we hope that we will make you an active participant of the research ecosystem for a life-time collaboration opportunity.
This is your opportunity to showcase your research and your scholarly mission to different audiences; to connect with an international network of academics and further beneficiaries and users of research; expressing your talent and win the EURAM 2024 Doctoral Colloquium Best Paper Award or Relevant and Responsible Research Award! Our scientific committee will select the winners of the EURAM 2024 Doctoral Colloquium Best Paper Award among all accepted submissions. This is an excellent opportunity to advance recognition of your research and you as a researcher engaging in this highly intellectual and noble work!
Engage and Stay with us
Identify your way of joining the EURAM community of researchers!
Identify your way of joining the EURAM community of researchers! We are truly proud to report that last year 74% of our doctoral colloquium participants have chosen to stay on for our main conference. Through our active and genuine engagement with the doctoral researchers community, this participation has increased over the years. We are delighted with this amazing commitment of our doctoral students who have become astute observer of the wider EURAM community and associated opportunities, and have found their own space within our community. By engaging with us through the DC, you will realise the longer-term benefits of being a loyal EURAMer. We value and reward this highly.
You will get guidance on how to become part of our EURAM research community. We will, for instance, invite you to become part of the European Early Career Community (EECC) and the EURAM Strategic Interest Groups (SIGs). The SIGs are the “heart and soul” of our association and SIG representatives will join in – not only with their scientific expertise as mentors and/or speakers – but also with insights on the further development of EURAM that may be of great value for you as early career researchers. Join us, connect with us, and stay with us by attending our main conference and other events throughout the year. Help us shape the future of EURAM and the future of management and organisations together!
How to Apply?
Deadline for submissions to Doctoral Colloquium: 18 January 2024, 2 pm CET.
Notification of acceptance: 14 March 2024
Deadline for registration: 25 April 2024
|DOCTORAL STUDENTS NOT PARTICIPATING IN THE EURAM 2024 DOCTORAL COLLOQUIUM
|Early bird registration for Doctoral Students up to 18 April 2024
|400 EUR + 60 EUR M’ship 2025
|Registration deadline for Doctoral Students as Presenting Authors up to 25 April 2024 *
|405 EUR + 60 EUR M’ship 2025
|Regular registration for Doctoral Students and non-presenting authors up to 24 May 2024
|405 EUR + 60 EUR M’ship 2025
|Late registration for Doctoral Students and non-presenting authors up to 14 June 2024
|585 EUR + 60 EUR M’ship 2025
|Onsite registration and non-presenting authors (registration will only be done on site)
|630 EUR + 60 EUR M’ship 2025
|* IMPORTANT DATE: papers without a registered presenting author and symposia without registered panelists are withdrawn from the programme as of 26 April 2024
Onsite Doctoral Colloquium (24-25 June 2024)
To attend the onsite Doctoral Colloquium, PhD students need to submit their paper to the Doctoral Colloquium before 18 January 2024 and receive a notification of acceptance (14 March 2024). The registration link will be included in the notification letter.
|Participation in the Doctoral Colloquium only: deadline 25 April 2024
|140 EUR + 60 EUR M’ship 2025
|Reduced participation fee for the Doctoral Colloquium & Full Conference (only open to those accepted to the Doctoral Colloquium): deadline 25 April 2024
|380 EUR + 60 EUR M’ship 2025
|Reduced participation fee for the Doctoral Colloquium & Full Conference & EURAM Party (only open to those accepted to the Doctoral Colloquium): deadline 25 April 2024
|480 EUR + 60 EUR M’ship 2025
1 These fees only apply to PhD students admitted to the doctoral colloquium.
Participation Fees to the Doctoral Colloquium (only) include:
- Academic sessions of the Doctoral Colloquium only (24-25 June 2024).
- Doctoral Colloquium materials.
Please consult the general information about the EURAM 2024 Conference.
Application are now closed
When applying, provide the following documents in pdf-format:
- Your CV.
- A Letter of Motivation
- A letter of recommendation written on the stationery paper officially used by your university and signed by your main supervisor (including all contact info) (Max 2 pages).
- A paper.
- A picture (jpeg, passport format) for the DC programme booklet.
Further detail instructions for the paper:
- The entire paper (title page, abstract, main text, figures, tables, references, etc.) must be in ONE document.
- The maximum length of the paper is 25 pages (including all tables, appendices and references).
- Use Times New Roman 12-pitch font, 1,5 space, and 1-inch (2.5 cm) margin all around.
- Number all of the pages.
- Check that all your submitted documents print correctly and ensure that the files are virus-free.
- Only submissions in English done via the EURAM 2024 on-line website shall be considered for acceptance.
- If experiencing technical problems when submitting, contact EURAM asap.
- NO CHANGES in your text and accompanying documents can occur between submission deadline and registration/payment.
- IF accepted and WHEN your Mentor starts to organise your group, an UPDATED version of THE VERY SAME MAIN TEXT YOU HAVE BEEN ACCEPTED UPON can be circulated within your group.
- A picture of you (JPEG format) is also requested.
Submission text (single author) * The single authored submission text should neither be published nor submitted for publication in any form. Depending on the type of PhD dissertation that you are writing and on how advanced you are in your doctoral journey, you should submit one of the following:
- An expanded research proposal regardless of what kind of dissertation you are doing (mainly if you are not that far gone in your PhD process yet).
- A summary of your conventional monograph dissertation.
- A summary of each paper done/planned in your compilation dissertation (i.e. three-four paper-PhD) + a summary of your compilation dissertation as a whole.
- A particular paper from your compilation dissertation that you would like to get feedback on (with an introduction to the overall thesis and how it connects with the rest of your thesis).
Regardless of your choice (i.e. 1, 2, 3 or 4 as above) your submitted document must include the following elements and sections:
- What text-type you are submitting (either 3a, 3b, 3c or 3d see above)
- Particular questions/issues that you are encountering on which you would like to get feedback/ advice at the Doctoral Colloquium*.
*This is key information that we are looking for in your submitted document. This could include academic issues/questions for instance, (a) refining your research focus, (b) choosing a theoretical angle or methodological perspective, (c) sharpening your contributions to knowledge and practice, (d) aligning your theoretical angle(s) with your methodology and interpretation of your data etc. In addition to these academic issues/questions, pastoral and career-related questions could be asked; for instance, how to publish from your PhD, how to translate your PhD research to influence policy e.g., contribute to policy consultations etc.
- Short abstract (max. 300 words)
- Up to 6 keywords
The following outline/headlines should guide your submission:
- Introduction (including importance of your topic; the disciplinary and empirical/practical context in which this study has evolved and identified a research problem; and associated research questions)
- Relevance of your dissertation: amplification of the above theoretically, empirically, practically, and in terms of policy implications (if any)
*Please note that Introduction and Relevance sections are highly important not only to put your research in the academic context of your chosen domain of management but also to highlight relevance of your research for practice and policy and how you as a responsible researcher has the potential to offer sustainable solutions through your PhD.
- Theoretical framework/Key literature streams you are building on (if you are taking an interdisciplinary approach; this is the space in which you can articulate how the premises of each literature/disciplinary stream influences your research questions).
- Methodological approach/es and method/s used (please pay attention to the alignment between theoretical and methodological choices made; and justification of methodological approach/methods choice within the broader context of your research problematisation).
- Empirical findings (if you write a research proposal, please present preliminary insights that you gather from the extant knowledge with implications for potential findings.
- Discussion and conclusions (not applicable for 3a type of submission as above)
- Contributions of your study (theoretical, methodological, practical, policy insights)
These aspects should be in alignment with the relevance section as above. Contributions represent amplified and actualised version of the beneficial outcomes of your study.
In the APA (American Psychological Association) referencing style.
- Choose one topic area from the list below that best matches the positioning of your PhD dissertation (these topic areas are identical with the SIGs of EURAM, except for the last one ‘General Management’, which is no SIG in EURAM):
- Business for Society
- Corporate Governance
- Family Business Research
- Gender, Race and Diversity in Organisations
- International Management
- Organisational Behaviour & Human Resource Management
- Project Organising
- Public Management and Non-Profit Management
- Research Methods and Research Practice
- Strategic Management
- General Management (If you work in an area not covered by any of the 12 EURAM SIGs above).
Who to Contact?
Chairs of the DC
Professor Mine Karatas-Ozkan, EURAM Vice President Talent Development, Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship, the University of Southampton, United Kingdom
Doctor Zeynep Y. Yalabik, Associate Professor at the University of Bath, United Kingdom
Doctor Joanna Szulc, EURAM Vice President EECC, Assistant Professor at Gdańsk University of Technology, Poland
Doctor Peter Nuttal, Associate Professor at the University of Bath, United Kingdom
For questions on operational matters related to the EURAM Doctoral Colloquium, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.