ICTO

Information and Communication Technologies
in Organizations and Society

     Doctoral Consortium ICTO 2016

 

The doctoral consortium will be an opportunity for students to present their work to senior academics with extensive experience of doctoral supervision and examination, as well as publications in top international journals.


You will have an opportunity to present your work, receive peer feedback and advice from senior academics. Presentations, discussions and feedback will be in English.

DC co-Chairs

Doctoral Consortium Participating Faculty

Prof Georges Aoun

Saint Joseph University of Beirut

Prof Lapo Mola

SKEMA Business School

Francesca Ricciardi
 University of Verona, Italy
Mona Ben Chouikha
IHEC, Tunisia
                                  

DC Program

Doctoral Consortium French session
Chair:  Pr. Georges Aoun   (Thursday March 3 -  09:30-11:00)
Faculty member:
Mona Ben Chouikha
LOCATION: Room 21
Racha Lamari. Le Lean management à l'Hôpital : les enjeux d'un nouveau modèle organisationnel
 Koleilat Lina.  VERS UNE AUTORÉGULATION DES MARCHÉS MULTIFACES (MULTI- SIDED MARKETS) NUMÉRIQUES: Cas des communautés virtuelles
Graziella Hobeika. L'application des TIC au parlement: Enjeu démocratique et opportunité stratégique. 
Doctoral Consortium English session
Chair:  Pr. Lapo Mola   (Thursday March 3 -  09:30-11:00)
Faculty member:
Francesca Ricciardi
LOCATION: Room 21
Mustafa Coşkun. Europehappinessmap: A Framework for Multi-Lingual Sentiment Analysis via Social Media Big Data for Gross National Happiness
Roberta Fantasia. TEAMS AND TALENT ACQUISITION: A STUDY ON THE FORMS OF ACQUI-HIRING IN THE HIGH TECH INDUSTRY
Eliane El Zoghbi. Hotels Employer Branding and Social Media Strategies
 

The Doctoral Consortium

The doctoral consortium will be an opportunity for students to present their work to senior academics with extensive experience of doctoral supervision and examination, as well as publications in top international journals.


You will have an opportunity to present your work, receive peer feedback and advice from senior academics. Presentations, discussions and feedback will be in English.


If you would like your work to be submitted for the symposium, you must submit the following:

  1. An abstract (no more than 600 words containing the following: Title, your name, institution name and address, short abstract, key words, key references
  2. A signed, scanned letter of support, on institutional notepaper,  from your supervisor(s) outlining how you could benefit from your attendance at the symposium and what stage you are at in your doctoral studies, and an indication of whether financial support for attending the symposium will be provided by your institution
  3. A short statement (no more than 150 words) that includes your name, the name of your institution, the name of your supervisors, your research/ thesis title and how you think that you will benefit from attending the symposium.

You submission must be made by Dec 30, 2015. Please email your documents to [email protected] 


We look forward to seeing you.