Tips for your presentation

Each panel lasts 1,5 h. Four speakers are featured in each panel.  Each presentation should last max 15 mins. This will allow 30 mins for a discussion. Please, note that you may use pptx to present your work. You will be able to ‘share’ your screen with the audience. Should you wish to present a Read More …

Keynotes

It is our distinct pleasure to let you know that two unique keynote speeches will be delivered: April 7, 2021, 14:30-16:00, the keynote speech will be delivered by Erkki Ormala, Senior Fellow, Innovation Management, School of Business, Aalto University. ⇒ For details, please, check here & April 8, 2021, 14:30-16:00, the keynote speech will be delivered by Ari Read More …

Abstract acceptance notes [Phase 1]

Yesterday, on Nov 10, notes of abstract acceptance/rejection were sent to all authors who submitted their proposals by Nov 5. Considering several requests and queries as to the possibility of extending the submission deadline, in face of the Covid-19 pandemic and uncertainty that it brings, we have extended the submission period to Nov 15. We Read More …

Tracks & panels: selected & listed

By now, all panel proposals that we received have been reviewed and acceptance decision have been taken. By Thursday, all panel proposals will have been listed with all details on the conference website. For now, please, go here: https://rii-forum.org/tracks-panels/ just to get an idea of the research directions you may want to follow when conceptualizing your Read More …

Rii Forum 2021: call for tracks’, panels’ and papers’ proposals

The organizing committee of Rii Forum 2021 calls for tracks’, panels’ and papers’ proposals. Details on the 2021 edition of Rii Forum 2021 can be found here.  For your convenience, we have also prepared a handy ⇒Rii Forum 2021 primer. Simply download it, read it, and submit your proposal.