The Central and Eastern European Conference for Interdisciplinary Research (CEECIR) is the first student-led academic conference focused on issues of Central and Eastern Europe. Our goal is to provide a platform for students to share their research alongside scholars.
Do you want to strengthen your CV or Master degree application – no worries, we have you covered! Come and join us to learn, debate and meet new people concerned about the future of the region!
The Central and Eastern European Conference for Interdisciplinary Research
The Central and Eastern European Conference for Interdisciplinary Research (CEECIR) is taking place at Warwick this year! Its mission is to provide students with an opportunity to present their research about the region alongside renowned academics, practitioners, and change-makers. The event will be a rare opportunity for you to make connections and contribute to the development of an academic community concerned with the future of Central and Eastern Europe.
What will be discussed?
This is a new initiative with community partners from many leading British and European universities. Our conference is taking place on Warwick Campus and is hosted by the University of Warwick Polish Society. With its title – “Future of the UK – Central and Eastern Europe relations: commercial and technological partners or geopolitical allies?” – the agenda is all about how Britain is connected to the region. The topic is interdisciplinary and will be explored from many perspectives, ranging from tech, and economics, through political and social studies to arts. Students from every department and background will get a chance to promote their unique voices and expertise!
What will you experience with CEECIR?
Come and join us at CEECIR on the last weekend of Term 2! Take part in engaging workshops and listen to the exciting lectures given both by our renowned guests and other students during the conference day on Saturday 18th. The presentations will continue online on Sunday. Make sure to engage in dialogue with your colleagues at the conference! If the coffee breaks are not long enough for your conversations, you will have an opportunity to continue them at our evening social event.
Become a published author with CEECIR!
Participants of the Conference will be invited to publish their papers in the special edition of The Lambert quarterly journal. The Lambert is a student-run publication that combines important social, economic, scientific, technological, cultural, and political issues while being a forum for discussion and exchange of views. Moreover, efforts will be made to publish the papers in the form of an academic monograph on the subject area covered during the conference.
If you want to show in your CV that you are an expert in your field, make your Personal Statement for Master’s degree truly competitive, or shape the academic discussion on the region – we are here to help!
Find us at our website https://www.ceecir.com