Dear EURAM members and friends,

By proposing a symposium, you contribute to enhancing the interest of and in the Conference. Thank you for all your efforts in proposing a great symposium.By promoting and organising a stimulating and participative symposium after your proposal is selected, you will facilitate the development of research and education that matter.

 

- PROPOSAL

Propose a symposium to be considered for the conference programme by completing and emailing the symposium proposal template to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

The information that you provide should include:

• A compelling argument of the symposium’s relevance and opportunity

• A lists of potential panellists and participants

 

- PROMOTION

If your proposal is selected you are expected to actively promote the symposium through your own networks on behalf of the EURAM conference, highlighting the opportunity to attend and participate in the symposium you are proposing.

 

- ON-SITE RESPONSIBILITIES

If your proposal is selected you are expected to monitor your symposium session in order to be sure that everything is working as planned (presence of panellists, participants; existence and functioning of the required resources, etc.) and communicate in a timely manner any incident to the Conference Programme Committee.

Thank you for taking the time to communicate with the relevant SIG chairs and the Conference Programme Committee and for respecting all the deadlines in order to enhance the quality of the conference for all participants.

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