Sardinia 2015: call for workshop now open!
We are extremely excited to announce, among the novelties of this edition of the Sardinia Symposia, the opening of a Call for workshop proposals, to be integrated into the main Symposium Programme.
Workshops, some of them purposely made in connection with IWWG tasks groups, have always played a key role in the organization of Sardinia Symposia, providing a place where topics presented during oral sessions can be examined in greater detail and the hottest issues in the field of waste management appropriately discussed.
As their emphasis is on critical discussion and detailed exploration of a topic, workshops are primarily addressed to experts and seeded by a selected number of introductory lectures delivered in order to open discussion between participants.
Proposals can focus on topics which are currently rising to the forefront of waste management discussion, ongoing research projects, controversial subjects as well as issues of general interest .
Organizing a workshop in the framework of the Sardinia 2015 – Fifteenth Waste Management and Landfill International Symposium will give you the unique opportunity to be protagonist in an international setting and discuss your ideas and projects with leading experts in your specific field.
How to apply:
Proposals must be submitted as a PDF file by email to papers@sardiniasymposium and must include the following details:
- Organiser/s (name, surname, affiliation, email address)
- Workshop Title
- Short Description / Scope of the Workshop (6-10 lines)
- A one-page abstract of your introductory lecture
- List of speakers available to deliver short introductory presentations (all speakers must be regularly registered to the conference)
- Maximum number of participants allowed (if any)
A final report of the workshop can be be sent to the Organising Sectretariat after the conference for publication on the official symposium website.
For further information please contact the Organising Secretariat at email@example.com or visit the Official Symposium website