The idea of writing a research paper or developing a topic of research interest that can lead to a PhD/Doctorate degree or proposal is always an endless thinking of where, when, why, what and who. Therefore, becoming an experienced researcher and writer in any field or discipline takes a great deal of practice. The Consortium has the following objectives:

  • Provide a supportive setting for feedback on current research that will stimulate exchange of ideas

  • Guide on the future research directions

  • Promote the development of a supportive community of scholars and a spirit of collaborative research

  • Contribute to the conference goals through interaction with other researchers and conference events

The PhD/Doctorate Consortium highlights possible solutions in response to the lack of competence demonstrated by young researchers and PhD/Doctorate students, and the understanding of  what  contributes  to  knowledge gap. The consortium  will  consist  of  PhD paper presentations and a presentation on how to write a research paper and a PhD thesis.

Encourage to Publish

The PhD/Doctorate Consortium transforms many students’ lives. The experience is an actualization of dreams and an opportunity to contribute to the knowledge domain. We encourage research paper and poster submissions from undergraduate, graduate and postgraduate students. Please email your papers or posters to consortium@wcicss.org before May 15, 2017.

Keynote Speakers for PhD/Doctorate Consortium

To participant in PhD/Doctorate Consortium, you need to register as a Participant (if you are not presenting any paper or poster), or as an author (if you are planning to present a research paper or poster). To register please Click here.

You can nominate a colleague, a mentor (Research Student, Teacher, Lecturer, Professor ), a friend or yourself to be PhD/Doctorate Consortium Speaker. Please email your nominee’s name, email address and a short bio or website to consortium@wcicss.org before June 01, 2017.

Speakers to be announced…!

Nomination Form