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Second Internationale Winter School of LabEx ITEM (Innovation et territoires de montagne)

Seconde université internationale d'hiver du LabEx ITEM (Innovation et territoires de montagne)

Support innovation by promoting the work of young and future researchers

Soutien à l’innovation par la diffusion des travaux de futurs ou jeunes chercheurs

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Published on Tuesday, June 30, 2015 by João Fernandes

Summary

The project Labex ITEM, Innovation and Mountain Territories organize the International Winter School aims at promoting innovation in research, to share crossed methodological approaches and combine theory and practice, and to highlight the works of young and future researchers (Master, PhD students, temporaries, newly recruited lecturers and researchers). The school will encompass a wide range of subjects related to innovation and mountain territories’ mutations.

Announcement

Argument

The    project   Labex ITEM, Innovation   and   Mountain   Territories, aims   at developing an interdisciplinarity in Human and Social Sciences (geography, economy, history, tourism, law, political sciences, marketing, management of natural environments, sports) to respond to current and emerging challenges/issues of mountain territories. It is a collective project initiated by various laboratories and research teams of the University of Grenoble-Alpes  (LARHRA, EDYTEM, DTM-IRSTEA, PACTE, SENS, CERJ, IREGE ) along with some federative structures as the PARN, MSH-Alpes and the "Institut de la Montagne".

The International Winter School aims at promoting innovation in research, to share crossed methodological approaches and combine theory and practice, and to highlight the works of young and future researchers.

This call for paper is particularly aimed to Master 2 students (or equivalent) and for young researchers:  PhD students, post-doctoral fellows, young and future researchers (temporaries, newly recruited lecturers and researchers).

The school will encompass a wide range of subjects related to innovation and mountain territories’ mutations through social and spatial dynamics. It will give priority to contributions dedicated to innovation from an epistemological, methodological or research’s practices point of view (interdisciplinary, co- construction).

Program

During this University, students and young researchers will present their research papers in the morning. Faculty members and researchers from the LabEx or its scientific committee will lead these sessions.

In the afternoon speakers will participate in various workshops on themes specific to LabEx (interdisciplinary, actors relationships etc.) will take place and they will be concluded by a lecture of a professor (partner units or visiting professors) on the same theme.

Several activities will be organized in the evening: collective meal, projections, nightlife (depending on location)?

Submittal details

Articles are expected for October 2015 in one of the alpine language or in English.

The oral presentations will be in English or in French.

Paper proposals should include a 2500 to 4000 abstract and curriculum-vitae (CV). After selection, the full text of presentation should send before December to prepare afternoon’s workshop sessions.

Please send the submission files via sciencesconf platform (http://unhiv2016.sciencesconf.org/).

Selection criteria

The  innovation of the theme or the approach as well as the interdisciplinary methodology will get extra priority as well as the international dimension.

Timeline

All submissions must be submitted prior to September 30, 2015

Results: October 30 2015

Full text submissions: December 1 2015

Winter university: 27-29 January 2016 Grenoble area 

Scientific council 

The  Management team:

  • François BARQUE (CRJ)
  • Natalia BAZOGE (SENS)
  • Rachel BOCQUET (IREGE)
  • Malek BOUHAOUALA (SENS)
  • Philippe BOURDEAU (PACTE)
  • Anne DALMASSO (LARHRA)
  • Véronique FAVRE-BONTE (IREGE)
  • Christophe GAUCHON (EDYTEM)
  • Emmanuelle GEORGE-MARCELPOIL (IRSTEA-DTM))
  • Anne-Marie GRANET-ABISSET (LARHRA)
  • Nicolas KADA (CRJ)
  • Sophie MADELRIEUX (IRSTEA-DTM)
  • Caroline MOTHE (IREGE)
  • Jean-Pierre MOUNET (PACTE)
  • Véronique PEYRACHE-GADEAU (EDYTEM) 

Scientific Committee

  • Claude COURLET, Professeur d’économie à l’UPMF, Chercheur au Centre de recherche économique sur les politiques publiques dans une économie de marché (CREPPEM)
  • Olivier CREVOISIER, Professeur en économie territoriale et économie institutionnaliste à l’Institut de Sociologie de l’Université de Neuchâtel (Suisse)
  • Bernard DEBARBIEUX, Professeur de géographie culturelle et politique et d’aménagement du territoire à l’Université de Genève (Suisse)
  • Bernard DELAY, Ecologue, Président de la Fondation Biodiversité, ancien Directeur de l’Institut Écologie et Environnement (INEE) du CNRS
  • René FAVIER, Professeur d’histoire moderne à l’Université de Grenoble
  • Michel FERRARY, Professeur de gestion des ressources humaines à l’Université de Genève (Suisse)
  • Med KECHIDI, Professeur en sciences de gestion à l’Université de Toulouse
  • Luigi LORENZETTI, Directeur du LabiSAlp, Academy of Architecture of Mendrisio (Suisse)
  • Valérie MASSON‐DELMOTTE, Paléoclimatologue, chercheure au LSCE (CNRS, CEA, UVSQ),  membre du GIEC
  • Laurent TISSOT, Professeur d’histoire économique et sociale à l’Université de Neuchâtel (Suisse)
  • François WALTER, Professeur honoraire d’histoire à l’Université de Genève (Suisse) 

Submission & contact

Please send the submission files via sciencesconf platform (http://unhiv2016.sciencesconf.org/).

All accepted submissions  will be published on “Au Top !” blog and archived on HAL-LabEx ITEM (min 8000 signs).

Selected papers will be published on Carnets du LabEx ITEM (10 000 to 30 000 signs)

Places

  • région de Grenoble-Chambéry
    Grenoble, France (38)

Date(s)

  • Wednesday, September 30, 2015

Keywords

  • montagne, interdisciplinarité, co-construction, innovation, territoire, ville

Contact(s)

  • Vincent Rauzier
    courriel : vincent [dot] rauzier [at] univ-grenoble-alpes [dot] fr

Information source

  • Vincent Rauzier
    courriel : vincent [dot] rauzier [at] univ-grenoble-alpes [dot] fr

To cite this announcement

« Second Internationale Winter School of LabEx ITEM (Innovation et territoires de montagne) », Call for papers, Calenda, Published on Tuesday, June 30, 2015, https://calenda.org/333615

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