Paper presentation12-15min duration
1 presenter per paper submitted
In a session with up to five other presenters
Q&A follows all presenters
Please ensure the following rules are met when submitting a paper abstract:
A paper presentation refers to a developed academic topic, policy area, an ongoing project, case studies or program evaluation. Paper presentations will have the following characteristics:
Each paper abstract can only be submitted under one theme
Paper abstract submissions must not have been previously presented at an ESEE conference.
Depending on the number and type of the abstract submissions, authors could have the opportunity to opt for a speed presentation (5 mins) with networking. This format gives researchers an opportunity to present their work in an untraditional way, being engaged in a short presentation followed by a discussion time that is expressly intended to guarantee a dynamic approach.
When you submit your proposal, you will be asked to indicate which presentation type you wish to use (paper or speed presentation). The final decision on the presentation format will be made by the Scientific Committee.
The poster session is designed to encourage partners of co-operation projects to innovation to interact and discuss with scholars and practitioners about methods and instruments for enhancing the interfaces between research/advisors/farmers/rural actors and boosting innovation.
The poster session will be organized with a minimum of 10 presentation up to 30. During the conference, posters will be reserved a separate session with no parallel presentations and a dedicated space for an effective exposition.
It is expected that at least one author of the submitted poster will register and attend the conference to be available to discuss with fellow participants during scheduled timeslots.
A workshop is an opportunity for a group of people to be engaged in intensive discussion and activity on a topic. This session may be structured in a form of a crafted panel, a dialogue or debate, case studies and interactive activities. A workshop has the following characteristics:
90 min duration
3 or 4 panelists
Please ensure the following rules are met when submitting a workshop abstract:
Each workshop abstract can only be submitted under one theme
Ensure you have identified the facilitator and the participants of the workshop