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Paper discussion sessions

The participants will be split into two groups of twenty. Each of the four discussion sessions allows 4-5 early-stage researchers to present their work. The participant has 10 minutes to present the essence of his/her research paper (research questions, method­o­logy, preliminary results). This is followed by 10 minutes feedback from two peers and one member of the guest faculty, before opening the up the discussion to the floor for another 5 minutes.



Presentation of your research paper


Feedback from the faculty


Feedback from two participants (max. 5 min each)


Open group discussion


Please review the programme and parti­­ci­pants list to find the two research papers you are invited to comment on.

Feedback content

We encourage each participant to give structured feedback and constructive comments on the presented papers. You might consider some of the following questions by preparing your feedback statement: Does the pa-per include clear research questions? What methodologies, literature streams etc. are employed to answer the research question(s)? What is the unit of analysis? Is the research well defined and the chosen method­o­logy appropriate? As a presenter you may state the motivation for the paper and elaborate shortly on the kind of feedback you expect from both peers and faculty.


Opportunity for bilateral talks and feedback by the faculty

You will spend three days with the faculty and participants. We encourage you to take this opportunity to engage in dialogue and seek feedback from the faculty and peers on your research, academic career opportunities and potential collaborations. The program will allow plenty of time for professional networking.

Internet accessibility

Broadband wireless Internet access is freely available at the university. We thank you for supporting our closed laptop policy during sessions.

Audiovisual requirements

An LCD-projector, notebook computer and overhead projector will all be available for use during presentations. If you require the projector, please bring your presentation files on a USB stick or mail them to david.a@bu.ac.th.








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KlongToey, Bangkok, 10110, Thailand
+(66)-2-350-3500 ext. 1795