ABOUT BIRC

Berlin International Research Cluster is engaged in research, training and international conferences to ‘create knowledge’, to develop ‘collaboration and networking’ and to foster ‘research excellence’. BIRC is keen to boost the career of young academicians and researchers, by nurturing their capabilities for further growth and development. It aims to have the substantial footprints in various geographical locations across the globe to increase collaboration and networking opportunities among the research scholars to exchange noval ideas for innovation cluster in research.

Organizers

Dr. Löffler Andreas
andreas@research-cluster.com
Prof. Dr. Schmid Timo
timo@research-cluster.com

PRESENTATION FORMATS

Paper

Duration: 20 minutes per presentation (+5 to 10 minutes of questions)

Traditional presentation made by one or more speakers meant to share research results or completed work, as well as innovative evaluation concepts, methodologies, or tools. Each presentation should be no longer than 20 minutes, with an additional 5 to 10 minutes for questions.

Student Presentation

Duration: 20 minutes per presentation (+5 to 10 minutes of questions)

We strongly encourage full- or part-time students to submit a presentation proposal. These presentations are similar to the paper presentations described above, but we are asking students to identify themselves as such. Student presentations are conventional presentations delivered by one or more students with the goal of sharing the results of innovative studies or projects (completed or in progress). Each presentation should be no longer than 20 minutes, with an additional 5 to 10 minutes for questions.

Expert Lecture

Duration: 30 minutes per presentation (5-10 minutes of questions)

Expert Lectures are formal presentations by an acknowledged expert in the field who will share conceptual or methodological innovations through a lecture followed by response to audience questions. The abstract should detail both the background of the lecturer as well as the importance of the material to be presented. Please note that an expert lecture is longer in duration than are standard paper presentations. As such, the breadth and depth of the content, and the expertise of the presenter, should warrant such an extended exploration.

Poster Presentation

Duration: 20-25 minutes

Poster sessions provide a less formal opportunity to share evaluation work with colleagues. Presenters have access to a 5ft*2ft cork board display. Presenters must be present for the duration of their scheduled poster presentation session. However, posters will be displayed for the duration of the conference.

Virtual Presentation

Duration: 20-25 minutes

If you wish your paper to be published in the Abstracts &, Proceedings CD (with an ISBN) but you are not able to attend the Conference in person, you can submit your abstract as “Virtual Presentation”. Registered virtual authors will receive a copy of the Abstracts & Proceedings CD, a participation, an author certificate along with official payment Receipt of the registration fee. Paper submission and registration deadlines are also restrictive for virtual authors.

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