This section provides a description of each of SASE’s research networks and links to bios and contact information for SASE’s network organizers. You can also contact the network organizers through this page.
Submissions to the SASE conference must be made through one of the research networks below (or through a mini-conference). Paper and session abstracts as well as full papers for grant, prize, and stipend applications must be submitted to all networks by 8 January 2018. Candidates will be notified by early March 2018. Please note that some networks may also require that a full paper be submitted by 1 May 2018 for the purposes of assigning a discussant or awarding a prize. For further information, please contact the organizer of the network to which you are submitting.
Research networks provide a stable spine of research at the SASE conference. Proposals to establish new networks will normally have been tested by having successfully run two subsequent mini-conferences at SASE. Research networks are expected to run for a minimum period of five years. They will be reviewed at the end of this period by a re-submission process. To submit a proposal to the Executive Council, follow the guidelines here.