eCAADe announces the 10th eCAADe grant for young researchers
We invite young researchers studying in Europe who have not yet received the eCAADe grant, never presented at an eCAADe conference and will not present at eCAADe 2022 in Ghent to submit their approved PHD proposal and a motivation statement (together min. 500 to max. 1000 words). The PhD has to be in the wide field of computational technologies in research and education for architecture and related profession. The participants will attend a pre-conference PHD workshop where you will present your work and discuss with experienced colleagues.
The Workshop is most valuable for PhD students in the earlier stages of the work and NOT mainly intended to be a presentation of an already finished PhD. The Workshop 2022 will be held at the eCAADe conference in Ghent on Tuesday 13/09/2022. The grant consists of a subsidy of up to 500 Euros to cover your travel expenses and of a special students registration to eCAADe 2022 to attend the conference afterwards.
Please submit your application solely via http://www.ecaade.org/conf22/workshop/
The deadline for application: 15/07/2022
Notification of acceptance: 01/08/2022
PS. Note that “local students” that are resident or studying in Ghent can apply for the grant but will receive no travel subsidy
General Information about the workshops
The eCAADe 2022 Steering Committee invites researchers, professionals, designers, and industry practitioners to propose and organize technical workshops. The goal is to build up an intense learning and co-creation environment and insightful discussions with small groups of eCAADe participants including PhD researchers.
The Workshops at the eCAADe 2020 online Conference will be held on September 12-13. Workshop leaders are responsible for hosting their offered workshop. Workshop results will be presented on day 2 of the conference –currently.
Workshop leaders will have an opportunity to share their original research and practical development experiences on specific new challenges and emerging issues of architectural and design computing. They will offer participants possibilities of theoretical knowledge, and hands-on computational design experiences on defined research/practice topics.
The Workshop topics ought to be relevant to the conference theme, the tracks and topics .