2016 BOOTCAMP – Monday 19, Tuesday 20, Wednesday 21 December 2016
In addition to our international guests and our internal QUT participants, a small number of researchers are welcomed by ‘invitation only’ from other Australian and International Universities.
To be considered for participation at the 2016 Bootcamp you must submit your ACE Bootcamp Paper Summary by Monday 7 November 2016. [now closed]
Please note that acceptance to the ACE Bootcamp is limited and is by invitation only. Lodgement of a paper submission does not secure your immediate participation. For further clarification please contact Karen Taylor email@example.com
So … what can you expect at bootcamp https://youtu.be/MqwouUHmrdE
As a means of establishing and sustaining an international top position in entrepreneurship research, the Australian Centre for Entrepreneurship Research (ACE) hosts the “ACE Paper Development Bootcamp” in December of each year. The Bootcamp is aimed at providing an opportunity for researchers to focus on the crafting and development of existing paper drafts, conference papers, previously rejected manuscripts and other file drawer ‘orphans’. Bootcamp participants include staff on all levels, from PhD students and early career researchers to full professors. With a number of leading conferences having paper deadlines in early in the year, including Academy of Management, this is an ideal time to focus on the development of your papers.
‘Celebrity visitors’ who have in the past chaired sessions and offered mentoring throughout the program are: 2005 Johan Wiklund. 2006 Benson Honig, Keith Hmieleski. 2007 Mike Peng 2008 Jill Kickul, Mark Griffiths, Justin Tan. 2009 Ted Baker, John Watson. 2010 Dean Shepherd, Gerry George, Harry Sapienza. 2011 Dean Shepherd, Sara Carter, Johan Wiklund. 2012 Dean Shepherd, Jennifer Jennings, Devereaux ‘Dev’ Jennings. 2013 Dean Shepherd, Andreas Schwab, Frederic Delmar. 2014 Dean Shepherd. 2015 Wouter Stam, Michael Friese, Dean Shepherd.
Specifically, attendees will get the chance to: 1. Progress a specific paper in a very material way and take it to the “next level”. 2. Get written reviews from at least 3 participants and one senior academic. 3. Get a 30-40 min. round table discussion of how to best advance the paper. 4. Learn from others what it takes to make a good paper.
The 2016 BOOTCAMP is scheduled to be held Monday 19, Tuesday 20, and Wednesday 21 of December, at Tangalooma Island Resort in close proximity of Brisbane.
Full (draft) papers will be due on or before 30 November. The period of reviewing will be between the 2 – 12 December. All participants are required to provide written reviews prior to the review deadline of 12 December.
As a guide, the cost per participant is AUD 1500 (GST inclusive) This price is subject to change. The fee covers: travel to and from the conference venue from Brisbane, participation in all scheduled workshop and social activities, *share accommodation and meals. *Your own room accommodation can be arranged with an additional fee.