Radical Research Summit 2019
Research. Share. Repeat.
The fourth annual Radical Research Summit, is scheduled for Fall 2019 in Vancouver, BC and we are inviting experienced researchers, designers and product makers to share their stories and insights.

The Radical Research Summit is a one-day, immersive conference that includes a mix of full talks and lightning talks, as well as a stand up lunch, a talent/community board and post-event wine and cheese. Join over 200 other like-minded professionals for a day of networking, discussion and debates on how research is shaping innovation and product/service design.

We would like to thank Strive Conference for inspiring the form content we've used below in our call for speakers.

We are looking for diverse, engaging, and inspiring speakers who:
Are research trailblazers in the areas of Extended Reality (AR,VR, MR), Wearable Computing, Artificial Intelligence, Conversational AI, and other emerging technologies

Are passionate about sharing their perspectives on key issues and challenges regarding ethics in research

Possess a unique and healthy appetite for all things research

Have built research capacity and influence in organizations; delivering research that has impact, or bridges the academic research/commercial research divide

Possess interesting work or case studies on timely topics, examples include privacy, fake news, digital identity, fintech, robotic process automation.

Submission Details:
- Proposal submission deadline: June 2nd, 11:59pm
- Proposal feedback: June 22nd
- Acceptance notification: July 7th
- Presentation slides deadline: September 15th, 11:59pm
Please complete your proposal submission below!
Full Name
Email Address
What personal pronoun should we use to address you?
Do you have any accessibility needs that our team can accommodate?
What is your LinkedIn profile URL?
Are you an applicant of an underrepresented/marginalized group?
In five bullet points or less, share a short bio as it relates to your research experience.
Have you spoken at a conference before?If yes, please provide a link to a video of your previous talk(s).
Do you wish to give this talk with a co-presenter?If yes, what is the name of the co-presenter?
What is the name of your proposed talk?
In 150 words or less, summarize this talk as if it's the abstract for the online program.
In five bullet points or less, describe the key takeaways you are hoping that each attendee will walk away with by the end of this talk.
State your proposed talk length (full: 30 mins; lightning: 10-15 mins)
Please attach a 30-60 second introductory video, to introduce yourself (and any co-presenters) and your presentation.
Do you consent to the conference Code of Conduct (http://confcodeofconduct.com)? *
Thank you for submitting your proposal! We will be in touch when the committee has completed their review.
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