Universities all over the world run research weeks for their students and staff. Students also get involved in organising conferences for their faculty. It’s around this time of year that the planning for this years’ event begins.
At Ex Ordo, we’re always trying to help the research community in any way we can. Each year, we give away 5 free licenses of the Ex Ordo system to these research weeks and student-led conferences all over the world.
A research week is an all-campus event that provides a forum to showcase the excellence of research across multiple disciplines in the university. The majority of submitters are normally students and postdocs, but in some cases faculty staff also submit their presentations.
There are multiple types of presentations that happen, between oral presentations, poster sessions, career development workshops, keynote speeches and award ceremonies.
These events are free to attend.
A student-led symposium/conference is normally an event run by students for their particular discipline. Similar to the research weeks, these events are usually free to register. We work with numerous student conferences annually. In fact, we’ve a case study from the Sociology Department in Cambridge University. You can read it here.
How to Apply
There are certain criteria to qualify for a free license. For those that don’t receive the free license, we do offer a significant discount on our software.
To learn more feel free to get in contact with our team here.