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5th South East European Doctoral Student Conference (DSC 2010)

5th South East European Doctoral Student Conference (DSC 2010)
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Event type Conference
Location Thessaloniki, Greece
Date(s) 13/09/2010 - 14/09/2010
Organiser(s) SEERC, CITY College

Building on the success of the four previous Doctoral conferences which each attracted over 100 papers from countries all over the SE European region and beyond (UK, France, Germany, Holland, Slovenia, Hungary, Poland and as far as Ukraine), we are pleased to announce the organisation of the 5th South East European Doctoral Student Conference (DSC 2010). DSC 2010 will take place in Thessaloniki, Greece, on the 13th and 14th of September, 2010, and is organised by SEERC.

The aim of the conference is to further facilitate the exchange of knowledge between young researchers and to consolidate the established network of scholars currently undertaking research in, and around the topic of South East Europe. Having identified academic isolation as a problem that many doctoral students face today, SEERC aims to bring researchers together with the purpose of establishing collaborative links between disciplines, for testing the ground with innovative ideas and for engaging the wider academic community.

The conference is open to young researchers currently undertaking doctoral study, or in the early years of their research career (up to 2 years following the award of their PhD degree). It has an inter-disciplinary focus and the themes and topics reflect the organisation of research by tracks of interest within SEERC. More information on the topic areas covered by the conference can be found on the DSC 2010 website.

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