The 12th edition of the international, interdisciplinary conference series Nexus: Relationship between Architecture and Mathematics, to be held 11-14 June 2018 in Pisa, Italy, will comprise a workshop especially dedicated to the research of Ph.D. candidates and those who have received their Ph.D. during the biennium 2016-2018, to take place on the last day of the conference, 14 June 2018.
The Ph.D Day will be an international and multi-disciplinary meeting for Ph.D. students involved in scientific research connected to the theme of the Nexus conference: the relationships between architecture and mathematics.
The aim is to promote didactic and research exchanges and interactions between various schools and doctoral students from different countries, to give Ph.D. students the opportunity to present their work to an international academic community and to allow participants to see their work published. In parallel with the poster session of the conference, another special poster session will be specifically dedicated to the presentation of Ph.D. theses and Ph.D. research in progress.
Accepted abstracts will be published in a book by Kim Williams books, to be distributed at the moment of the conference.
WHO CAN SUBMIT
Students who are currently enrolled in Ph.D. programs, and Ph.D. degree holders who have earned their degree in the past 2 academic years (2016-2018).
WHAT TO SUBMIT
Students are invited to submit an abstract of their research (6000-8000 characters with no more than 1-2 images) to the Scientific Committee for review and selection. The abstract should include a cover sheet with:
The following conditions apply:
PH.D. DAY WORKING SCHEDULE
The schedule for submissions, selections, and the preparation of the final presentations is:
IF YOUR ABSTRACT IS ACCEPTED
Ph.D. students will be asked to prepare a poster. Size, scheme and layout for the poster will be provided by the organization committee of the conference at a later moment. Printed posters must be brought by students on the first day of the conference in order to be pinned up.
All accepted abstracts will be collected in a Ph.D. Day book to be published by Kim Williams Books that will be distributed to the participants of the Conference. Authors of accepted abstracts may be asked to prepare a short oral presentation of their work.
WHERE TO SUBMIT