Here you will find guidelines for competing in the Euroweek conference and the submission of your project abstract and final paper.
A one page abstract (12 pt Times New Roman, single spaced, doc file not pdf) should be submitted by March 3, 2015 24:00 Central European Time by email to email@example.com
The project abstracts will be published in the Conference guide.
Within the conference, projects can be awarded at least one of the following awards:
• Best paper
• Best project stand
• Best project – jury track 1
• Best project – jury track 2
• Best project – jury track 3
Best Paper Award
In order to be considered for the Best Paper Award, a project paper should be submitted by April 7, 2015 24:00 Central European Time by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
Papers will be evaluated according to the Written Report Evaluation Criteria by a jury formed by the University of Economics in Katowice staff not directly participating in the conference.
The body of text for the final paper should range between 8 and 16 pages, excluding appendices. Papers should follow the guideline of the Final Student Project Template document. Papers are expected to have the form of an article to be published on the website and/or in the conference proceedings.
If the paper is submitted after the deadline, it will not be considered for the Best Paper Award.
Best Project Stand Award
The Project Shopping will be held on April 20, 2015.
Each project team will have for their disposal a poster board (min. 70 x 100 centimeters) and a table. Remember to bring all necessary materials (prints, pictures, handouts, etc), as the possibility of printing will be limited. Host institution will provide scotch tape, pins, scissors, glue, etc.
Stands will be evaluated according to the criteria in the Assessment form.
Best Project Award
All projects should submit the presentation to be used during the project presentation by April 21, 2015 18:00.
Instructions on how to submit the presentation will be announced prior to the beginning of the conference. Project presentations not submitted by the deadline are entitled to present and will receive feedback from the jury however they will be excluded from the competition and possible award winning.
Each project will be allocated a time slot of 90 minutes of which the presentation may not exceed a total of 45 minutes. For details check Timing of project presentations. Projects will be evaluated according to the criteria in the Marking Grid of Project Presentations.