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CPDP2020 Call for Panels

This call for panels is aimed at academic consortia, research projects, think tanks and other research organisations. (Another call, to individuals for academic research papers, will go out in June 2020).

We welcome cutting edge panels in all areas related to technology, privacy and data protection. We encourage panels that are well-balanced, multidisciplinary and geographically and gender diverse. More information about rules for panel composition and submission can be found below.

Panel proposals should be submitted through the online form below. Please fill in the form as completely as possible.

CPDP2020 KEY DATES

  • Final panel submission/suggestion: June 16th, 2019
  • Notification sent to panel proposers: July 8th, 2019
  • Panel organisation finalised: October 18th, 2019
  • Dates of CPDP2020: 22nd to 24th January, 2020

Please note: chosen institutions, organisations or EU research projects will become CPDP 2020 event partners. This implies that the event partner can finance all costs of the panel speakers (travel and lodging) in addition to paying a conference contribution of €1200 (VAT ex). In return, the event partner’s logo will be visibly displayed on the CPDP website and programme brochure. The partner will also have the option of putting a flyer or advertisement in the conference bag. All panellists will get free registration for the three conference days. Organizations such as nonprofits for whom the panel fee would cause financial hardship can get in touch after submitting their panel proposal.

Panel proposals should be submitted through the online form below. Please fill in the form as completely as possible.

Submission Form

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Please fill in as completely as possible and submit before 16 June 2019. Please include all information according to the format and length provided in the instructions. In cases of uncertainty, please see the program of the last conference.

RULES ON PANEL SUBMISSION AND COMPOSITION

If these rules are not followed, CPDP reserves the right to step in and address any issues.