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2019年U40中澳暑期工作营 :澳大利亚科廷大学
发布时间:2018-11-16

2019年U40中澳暑期工作营

 

主题:数字化生存

l 数字化与弱势群体(老年人、残障人士)

l 游戏和青少年

l 数字化设计

l 智慧城市和社区

举办时间:2019年2月20-22日

举办地点:科廷大学(澳大利亚)

主办机构:科廷大学文化和科技研究中心(CCAT)、科廷大学媒体、创意艺术和社会调查学院

协办机构:腾讯社会研究中心、中国社会科学院、西澳大学孔子学院、科廷大学设计学院

2019年U40中澳暑期工作营将于2019年2月20-22日在科廷大学举办。本届工作营主题为“数字化生存”,分主题包括:“数字化与弱势群体(老年人、残障人士)”,“游戏与青少年”,“数字化设计”,“智慧城市和社区”。

为期三天的工作营将为来自中国和澳洲的在校研究生、博士生及青年学者提供难得的学术交流机会:与来自数字文化、游戏和设计领域的优秀学者交流,展示个人研究成果,参与相关主题工作坊,获得专家学者的指导等。

我们诚挚地邀请从事相关主题研究的在校研究生、博士生及青年学者参与本次工作营。我们将为参与者提供暑期营期间的住宿和午餐。

 

申请材料包括:

个人简历;

300-500字的论文摘要,来自个人未发表过的研究;具体要求参见摘要模板; 

上述申请材料均需用英文;请查阅随后附上的摘要模板并在填写后发回给我们。

注:论文摘要获得录取的申请人将被要求提供一份1000字以内的研究计划(长摘要),并在暑期营上报告研究计划        

重要的时间节点:

摘要截止日期:2018年12月10日

甄选结果公布日期:2018年12月17日

长摘要截止日期:2019年1月30日

申请材料提交及暑期营相关问题,请联系:王青 女士

qing.wang8@postgrad.curtin.edu.au

其他事宜请联系:吴欢 博士

huan.wu@curtin.edu.au

2019年U40中澳暑期工作营论文摘要模板

数字化生存:数字化与弱势群体(老年人、残障人士),游戏和青年,数字化设计,智慧城市和社区

请用英文填写此表格。请于2018年12月10日前将本表格及个人简历发送至联系人:王青 女士, 邮箱:qing.wang8@postgrad.curtin.edu.au

标题

 

摘要(300-500字英文)

论文摘要应包含:研究问题、理论框架、研究方法及初步研究发现等内容

请将论摘要填写在此处(表格格式可以调整),或以附件形式随本回执发回

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

关键词(不超过5个)

 

请简要解释你的研究与此次暑期工作营主题的关联

 

请用一段话解释你为什么想参加此次暑期营以及你所期待的收获

 

 

Being Digital

2019 U40 China-Australia Summer School

Themes: 

l Digital Disadvantage (Ageing; Disability), 

l Gaming and Young People, 

l Digital Design, 

l Smart Cities and Communities

Dates: 20 - 22 February 2019

Venue: Curtin University

 

Organiser: Centre for Culture and Technology (CCAT), School of Media, Creative Arts and Social Inquiry, Curtin University

Co-sponsors: Tencent Research Centre; The Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Confucius Institute (UWA), School of Design, Curtin University

Format: The 2019 China-Australia U40 Summer School and Conference will be held at Curtin University from February 20 – 22. The theme of this year’s event is Being Digital. Sub-themes include: Digital Disadvantage (Ageing; Disability), Gaming and Young People, Digital Design, and Smart Cities and Communities.

The 3-day program provides post-graduate students and emerging scholars from China and Australia with a valuable opportunity to share ideas with leading experts in the fields of digital culture, gaming and design. Opportunities to present research; and to participate in focussed workshops; as well as to be mentored by experts in specific fields form part of the program. Accommodation and lunch will be provided to our participants during the summer school.

Submissions from Masters and PhD students; and from Early Career Researchers, carrying out research related to one of the themes of the workshop are welcomed. 

Applications should include: 

A CV

A 300 to 500 words abstract relating to new and unpublished research

All applications should be in English, and use the abstract template, which is available below 

Note: Successful applicants will be required to submit a research plan (long abstract) within 1,000 words and report the research plan at the summer school.

Important Dates:

Abstract due: 10 December 2018

Acceptance notification: 17 December 2018

Full paper/Short paper due: 30 January 2019

Abstract submission and summer school enquiries: Qing Wang, qing.wang8@postgrad.curtin.edu.au

Other enquiries: Dr Huan Wu, huan.wu@curtin.edu.au

2019 U40 China-Australia Summer School Abstract Template

Being Digital: Digital Disadvantage (Ageing; Disability), Gaming and Young People, Digital Design, Smart Cities and Communities

Please send this template to Qing Wang qing.wang8@postgrad.curtin.edu.au before 10 December, 2018

Title of paper (or intended title)

 

 

Abstract (300-500 words) 

Please identify the key research question(s), the theoretical framework, and research methods you will take, and any preliminary findings in the abstract.

Paste abstract in space or send as an attachment separately

 

 

 

 

 

 

Keywords (no more than 5)

 

 

Relevance to the theme of the Summer School

 

 

A paragraph explaining why you would like to participate in the summer school and what you expect to gain from the experience.