Proposals for Paper Presentations
Authors who would like to make paper presentations should submit extended abstracts (1 page) not later than 28 January 2015. Abstracts will be reviewed by the scientific committee and invited reviewers. Acceptance of abstracts of papers for presentation at the conference will be notified not later than 18 February 2015. Submission of fully developed papers (with one-
All abstract proposals and final papers should be submitted by email to the Conference Organizing Committee (at: email@example.com) .
Proposals for Panels
Proposals are invited for panels to discuss various aspects of the competence perspective in theory, practice, education, and consulting. Panels should be organized to include three or four related 15-
The intended panel chair should submit a panel proposal of not more than 3 pages in length explaining the main topic and objectives of the panel and the specific topics to be presented by identified panel participants. Proposals must be received by 28 January 2015, and acceptance of panel proposals will be notified by 18 February 2015.
Please note that panel proposals should consist of a first page listing the panel chair and participants and their contact information, then a one-
All panel proposals should be submitted by email to the Conference Organizing Committee (at: firstname.lastname@example.org).
A doctoral workshop on Competence-
Doctoral students wishing to attend the workshop, or advisors wishing to nominate one or more doctoral students to attend the workshop, should send an expression of interest in attending the Doctoral Workshop to members of the scientific committee: Ron Sanchez (email@example.com), Aime Heene (firstname.lastname@example.org), or Joerg Freiling (freiling@uni-
Expressions of interest in attending the Doctoral Workshop must be received by 28 January 2015, and notification of acceptance to the workshop will be made by 18 February 2015.