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Dear friends of TEI,

***Sorry for cross-posting***

TEI2021 will host a Graduate Student Consortium aimed at junior 
researchers currently in postbaccalaureate degree programs (i.e. 
doctoral programs in research fields, and master’s programs in the arts) 
in an area relevant for the Tangible, Embedded and Embodied Interaction 
community. Traditionally the TEI GSC is focused on meeting other TEI 
graduate students as well as more experienced TEI researchers to share 
experiences and sharpen the research. We warmly invite you to submit a 
short paper for TEI 2021 GSC 
(https://tei.acm.org/2021/participate/graduate-student-consortium/).

IMPORTANT DATES:

Submission deadline October 16, 2020, midnight AoE
Notification of acceptance November 13, 2020, midnight AoE
Camera-ready deadline tba
Conference dates February 14-17, 2021, midnight AoE

The main event is a one-day session on Sunday, February 14th, 2021, 
during which TEI graduate students present their work to, and discuss 
their work with each other and a panel of experienced TEI researchers. 
During this Sunday program the key purpose is to have an informal and 
interactive discussion about each candidates’ ongoing research, with the 
intention to help students sharpen its focus.

GSC applicants may be at various stages of their PhD research or 
graduate thesis, however they should have a clear understanding of their 
driving research question, their research approach including preliminary 
research design and methodology(s) as well as a goal for what they hope 
to gain by attending the GSC session.

Your TEI’21 Graduate Student Consortium Chairs
Sile O’Modhrain
Manfred Tscheligi
Jelle van Dijk

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