1st KHEOPS INTERNATIONAL STUDENT COLLOQUIUM
Infrastructure Projects in the 21st Century: Diverse Perspectives
April 27 and 28, 2022
Call for Paper – closed
KHEOPS is inviting graduate students and post-doctorate to submit papers for its 1st international student colloquium. Master’s students who are ready to defend their master’s thesis and doctoral candidates who have successfully completed their comprehensive examination or presented their research proposal are particularly encouraged to submit papers.
Proposals representing emerging reflections (500-word abstract) and more complete articles (6,000 to 9,000 words, including appendices and references) will be accepted. Abstracts and articles may be written in French or English (presentations may also be in French or English).
Papers should concern infrastructure projects (particularly in energy and natural resources, transportation, and the built environment). Multidisciplinary approaches are strongly encouraged. For example, presentations may address the following topics:
- Stakeholder management
- Social responsibility and sustainable development
- Non-financial benefits
- Skills favouring good project management
The colloquium will constitute a space for you to develop and fine-tune your research.
- Opportunity to receive quality feedback from established researchers in the field
- $500 for the two best complete articles (1 master’s and 1 doctoral)
- Attending a large conference (eminent researchers) about projects and their challenges
- Networking opportunity giving you a chance to become better known in academia and connect with a high-quality, dynamic community
- Opportunity to submit the best articles to a special issue of a highly ranked international project management journal (in English)
4. Important dates
Notification of acceptance of papers: March 7, 2022
Deadline for sending complete papers – Optional, to qualify for one of the prize (1 masters’ and 1 doctoral): April 3, 2022
The colloquium will be held over two half-days to promote international participation.
Armance Brandenburg, Knowledge Mobilization Adviser, KHEOPS
Hafsa Chbaly. Ph. D., Postdoctoral Researcher, Department of Management, HEC Montréal
Khaoula Alaoui Mamoun, Doctoral Candidate, School of Management, Université de Sherbrooke
To learn more about the colloquium, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
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