The ISUS 2018 organising committee invites interested students from undergraduate to doctoral level to apply to the ISUS summer school, to be held on July 22-23, 2018, just before the main conference.
The summer school will feature Professors Roger Crisp, Julia Driver, Anders Sandberg and Ulla Wessels.
The main objective of the summer school is to provide a friendly and informal discussion forum for students working on similar projects. Students may, but don’t have to, present some of their own work. This could be a finished paper or work in progress.
Please submit a letter of motivation (max. 300 words) if you want to apply as a participant. If you want to give a presentation, please send us an abstract of your paper (max. 300 words).
We assume that you would want to participate in the summer school even if your presentation does not get accepted; however, spaces are limited. Students are welcome to additionally present a paper, even the same paper, at the main conference, for which they would have to submit it separately.
We especially encourage papers which engage with the works of our invited Professors and/or are focused on the themes of our conference: utility, progress and technology.
Submissions should be done via Easychair:
Please submit by Friday March 2, 2018.
All submissions will be revieved by the ISUS summer school programme committee. Authors will be notified of the outcome by Thursday March 15, 2018.
The summer school is free of charge.
The summer school venue is near the venue of the main conference, on the main KIT campus: