Intensive program for PhD and postdoctoral students
Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iasi, Romania
We would like to inform you that the Local Organising Committee decided to postpone the RSAI workshop
from 13-15 May to a later date during this year. The specific days will be decided after the lift of the traveling
bans. We are committed to keep the same lecturers and Agenda as originally planned. Given the
circumstances, the deadline for application have been postponed, therefore the application process is still
open. When the current situation comes to an end, we will inform you about the new dates.
Stay safe and healthy, we are looking forward to seeing you in Iasi,
Local Organising Committee
The Centre for European Studies of Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iași, Romania will organise an intensive program for nurturing the future generation of researchers in regional science between 13 - 15 May. The event, supported by the Regional Science Association International (RSAI), will focus on sharing new methodological approaches in regional science methodology and on developing particular abilities and competences required for PhD and postdoctoral students. It will address foundations of qualitative and quantitative analysis and identify the best publishing strategies for young researchers.The main aim of the program is to develop a more informed and conscious use of diverse methodological techniques that can foster and enrich research in regional science and to ensure the enhancement of methodological skills and research competences of the future generation of researchers in regional science. The workshops will address a solid grounding in the concepts, practices, and procedures underlying research, as well as advanced skills for conceptualization, assessment, and analysis across cases and/or over time.
KEY DATES •Call for Application start: 17 February 2020•Application are open•Notification of acceptance and registration start: TBD
Eligibility The workshops are designed for PhD and postdoctoral students with less than 3 years of experience prior to PhD defence from fields related to regional science (geography, economy, urban planning and other related fields). The event addresses participants from Eastern Europe with a particular focus, but not exclusively, to Romania, Republic of Moldova, Ukraine, Bulgaria, Georgia and Turkey.The maximum number of participants accepted is 25 (maximum 5 per country).How to applyApplications must be submitted by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org until 30 March 2020 and include:•a CV of maximum 2 pages (pdf format); please make sure that in the CV are mentioned the date (or expected date) of the PhD defense, as well as the name of the supervisor•a two-page summary of the research project, according to the template (save link as)The research project will be presented during the last day of the event (15 May) as part of a special session dedicated to young researchers in the EURINT 2020 Conference. A special committee will select the best research projects to be developed as full papers and published in EURINT Proceedings.TRAVEL AND ACCOMODATION DETAILSThe Intensive program INTRODUCTIVE METHODS AND APPROACHES IN REGIONAL SCIENCE has no participation fee.The organisers will cover for:•Lunch and coffee break throughout the event•Teaching materials•Accommodation for four nights in double rooms•Registration for EURINT 2020 Conference and participation to gala dinnerThe participants must cover their own travel and visa expenses.
The venue for this event will be the Centre for European Studies, Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iasi, Romania (www.uaic.ro).Address: Centre for European Studies, Bulevardul Carol I, nr. 19, Iasi - 700507, RomaniaE-mail: email@example.com | Phone: +40.232.201318