The overall theme for the conference this year is Engineering for Changing Systems. EPOC 2023 builds on the primary themes of the EPO society and the EPO journal as follows:
Extended abstracts are required of everyone who wants to participate in EPOC 2023. Researchers also have the opportunity to submit a conference-length paper (optional). Details about submissions are below.
Extended abstracts and conference papers will be made available online in the conference proceedings. Authors will retain the copyright, but the papers can still be cited as a conference proceedings paper.
Due: December 1, 2022
Extended abstracts should include the following: Research Problem Statement or Purpose, Brief Research Methodology and Approach, Key Findings, and Implications. Extended abstracts should be between 1,000-2,000 words.
The conference will start with an opening reception on the evening of June 20th and end on June 23rd.
EPOC 2023 will include sessions that are limited to 3-4 speakers followed by 30 minutes of open discussion. The extended discussion periods will emphasize knowledge exchange. The conference format will once again have morning sessions with free afternoons to encourage free time for social and intellectual exchange, followed by invited evening speakers and activities.
Located near Berlin, Germany. More information about the venue can be found here: https://das-schmoeckwitz.de/
Event Registration site will be active by January 10th. A Registration link will be emailed once it’s live.
The Engineering Project Organization Society is accepting applications from Ph.D. students for its EPOS Doctoral Consortium to be held in conjunction with the 2023 Engineering Project Organization Conference to be held at Technische Universität (TU) Berlin's Wedding campus.
The “Future Faculty 5K” Doctoral Consortium will be held on Monday-Tuesday, June 19-20, 2023, along with several events to occur during the Engineering Project Organization Conference from June 20-23, 2023.
The content of this Doctoral Consortium will focus on providing Ph.D. candidates who are interested in becoming faculty members with information on interviewing for academic jobs, succeeding in an academic career, writing your first grants, preparing for your first classes, and contributing to the growth of the EPOS community. The consortium will be led by a panel of faculty members with proven research, teaching and service records who will address key issues in academic life such as publishing in leading journals, teaching best practices, funding your research, contributing to the research community, subtleties of the tenure process, as well as networking and research collaboration.
The application deadline is December 9th, 2022. To apply, please send the following information to John E. Taylor via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Preference will be given to doctoral candidates at later stages of their PhD program. Decisions will be made by a committee of EPOS members by mid-January 2023. Late applications will not be considered. Participation is limited to a small number of Ph.D. students.