Student Volunteers Program
The EG2014 Student Volunteer program is a great opportunity for young researchers to attend a major conference in Computer Graphics and to establish and expand their network with the most relevant academicians, professionals and other students in the field.
Student Volunteers are integral part of the success of a conference. We are in the process of recruiting a team of reliable and enthusiastic students who help us host and manage a successful, productive and enjoyable conference. A wide range of responsibilities will be assigned to volunteers, such as:
- Support at the Registration desks
- Badge checks for technical sessions, workshops, demos, reception and dinner
- Support at the Help desks
- Help with setting up and maintaining demos, poster and other arrangements
- Audio and video support
- Helping hand for organizing committee
In general, no special skills are required except for one or two positions, where we are looking for individuals with good photography, blogging, and A/V skills.
For their time and unmeasurable efforts, student volunteers will receive a full student registration. This includes free access to the entire conference, including technical sessions, workshops, demo and poster sessions, lunches, reception and conference diner.
Student volunteers are responsible for their traveling and lodging expenses during the conference days.
Applicants must be MSc or PhD students during the 2013-2014 academic year. The individuals must have a positive attitude and have good communication skills in English.
Volunteers are required to show up 5-10 minutes before their allotted service times and be available to help out for unforeseen surprises, which are difficult to predict. We expect every volunteer to commit to a total of about 15 volunteer hours of work at the conference (over 5 days).
Responsibilities and time allotment during the conference will be sent to the volunteers a few weeks before the start of the conference, and volunteers must plan to attend the information meeting on April 7th 2014 morning before the start of the conference.
Candidates should send a short CV (one page), a motivation letter, a scan of their student ID card and a support letter from their PhD advisor or head teacher. at the following address: ...
The deadline for student volunteers applications is set to Friday February 21th.