CBTS conference formats are:
- Oral presentations: regular conference presentations of around 10-15 minutes followed by 5-10 minutes of feedback from audience.
- PhD session: presentation by PhD students of their ongoing work followed by feedback from chairs of the session, prof. Chris Coopers and Dr. Oksana Tokarchuk, as well as other senior participants present during the session.
- Research note development session is an opportunity for late-stage PhD students and early-career professors to receive feedback from established researchers in the field including keynote speakers on their working papers to convert them into journal publications. Scholars will be selected for participation on competitive process based on submitted papers. For this session authors must submit a draft of their research paper as well as structured abstract.
- Poster presentation: the poster sessions will be held in a very innovative format.
Submitted abstract will be reviewed by the Scientific Committee of the conference. Depending on reviewers' final evaluation, authors will be invited to submit full papers to be considered for publication in media associated to the conference. Papers will go through the standard double-blind review process.
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