PTC Young Scholar Program
PTC’s Young Scholar Program aims to recognize, encourage, and support up-and-coming scholars in the field of information and communication technologies (ICTs).
Outstanding applicants for the 2014 PTC Young Scholar Program presented their research at PTC’s 36th consecutive annual conference, PTC'14: New World, New Strategies, which took place in Honolulu, Hawaii from 19–22 January 2014.
2014 PTC Young Scholars
Bing Tian Dai, Research Scientist, Analytics Research Centre, Singapore Management University (SMU), Singapore
Germain Gaudin, Post-doctorate Researcher, Düsseldorf Institute for Competition Economics (DICE), USA
Aalok Mehta, Doctoral Student, Annenberg School of Communication & Journalism, Marshall School, University of Southern California, USA
Farhaan Mirza, PhD Candidate, Department of Information Systems and Operations Management, University of Auckland, Australia
Sarah Oh, Ph.D. Student & Research Fellow, George Mason University, and Graduate Research Assistant, Mercatus Center, USA
Ibrahim Kholilul Rohman, PhD Candidate, JRC-IPTS, European Commission, Spain
Chalita Srinuan, Lecturer, Administration and Management College, King Mongkut’s Institue of Technology, Thailand
Young Scholar Benefits
The PTC Young Scholar Program gave these promising young scholars the opportunity to:
- Present their research in a high-visibility academic and industry forum
- Receive detailed feedback from a panel of distinguished scholars and industry leaders
- Participate in conference activities
- Gain exposure to current industry issues and trends
- Meet conference attendees to share ideas, gain new insights, and identify possible practical applications of their research
- Network with industry professionals, members of international organizations and NGOs, government officials, and academics from over 60 countries
To learn more about the PTC Young Scholar Program, please email email@example.com.