FAQ - Conferences & Workshops

Why is it useful to attend a conference?

Attending a conference provides numerous benefits for academics. Conferences offer an opportunity to present and discuss your latest research findings with peers in your field. They also foster collaboration, networking, and the exchange of knowledge, allowing you to stay updated with the latest developments in your area of study.

How can I register to participate in a conference?

To register for a conference, please visit the event calendar on ONSITES Graduate School's platform. Choose the conference you are interested in and then complete the registration form with the required information.

In which languages are conferences conducted at ONSITES Graduate School?

Conferences are generally conducted in English. However, depending on the location of the specific event, conferences may also be conducted in other languages.

Are conferences conducted online as well?

Yes, conferences can be conducted both as physical attendance events and online. This offers participants maximum flexibility in terms of time and location.

I intend to present my research results at a conference. What is the process?

After registering for a conference, you should contact the support team at ONSITES Graduate School via the contact form or phone. They will assist in registering you as an active presenter for your chosen conference. Prepare a research paper, abstract, and a poster summarizing your research in a concise format.

What type of research results can I present at a conference?

Conferences welcome the presentation of research results from various sources, including doctoral theses, habilitation treatises, other research works, or peer-reviewed papers. In some cases, well-structured and methodologically sound Bachelor's or Master's theses with significant empirical density may also be considered for presentation at scientific conferences.

How does the presentation process work?

During the conference, you will deliver a presentation of your scientific results using a PowerPoint presentation. The presentation should typically last no longer than thirty minutes. Creating a poster to accompany your presentation is mandatory as it serves as a visual aid and facilitates discussions during the poster session following the presentation.

How can I publish the research results presented at the conference?

The research results presented at the conference can be published in a conference proceeding specific to that event. The conference proceeding is a collection of research papers and findings from the conference participants.

Why is attending a workshop useful?

Our workshops focus on practice-oriented topics and offer participants the opportunity to develop their problem-solving and decision-making skills. By actively participating in small group activities, attendees can contribute their unique perspectives and learn from others. Workshops enhance analytical thinking, communication, and teamwork skills, which are valuable in professional settings.

How can I register for a workshop?

To register for a workshop, please go to the event calendar on our website. Choose the workshop you are interested in and complete the registration form by providing the necessary information.

In which languages are workshops conducted?

Currently, workshops are conducted in English and German.

Are workshops conducted online as well?

Yes, workshops are conducted both as physical attendance events and online. This provides participants the highest-possible flexibility in terms of location and time.

What types of workshops are offered?

The ONSITES Graduate School offers various types of workshops, including problem-solution workshops, conflict-resolution workshops, conception workshops, and decision-making workshops. Each workshop focuses on a specific area and provides practical guidance and skills development.

Will the outcomes of the workshop be published?

No, the outcomes of workshops are typically not published. Workshops are designed to foster collaborative problem-solving and learning within the workshop setting. The emphasis is on the interactive exchange of ideas and practical application, rather than formal publication of workshop outcomes.