Mentoring Program

Mentoring Program

During the IMX 2024 submission process, we can provide you the opportunity to receive feedback and guidance from established researchers. Mentors will be able to advise on how to structure papers, give editorial tips and proofread submissions. This does not include opinions on methodology or the ideas being presented. 


This year’s Mentoring program is specifically geared towards the Papers track so that those who need additional support in their submission can be assisted. 

We will aim to get you in contact with a senior member of the community who will provide feedback and support on the presentation of your submission. Those receiving mentoring will be offered:

  • Opportunity for feedback over a video call from their mentor, or
  • A commented draft per each feedback session.

Please note that this is primarily aimed at those who are new to submitting an academic paper, those in circumstances which are particularly adverse (e.g. a disability or personal circumstances which impact upon the paper preparation process), those for whom English is a second language or a particularly novel submission which may require additional input.

Key Facts

Deadlines for applying for mentoring: 2nd of January 2024

Applications for mentoring can be made by emailing the Diversity & Inclusion chairs. Applications do not need to be in any special format. However, it can be helpful in finding the right mentor if you include some information about your paper topic when applying. These will be kept confidential and blinded from the reviewing process.


This information will be added soon.

Diversity & Inclusion Chairs

For any questions or additional information, please contact the Diversity & Inclusion

Sujithra Raviselvam

Sujithra Raviselvam

Samantha Chan

Samantha Chan

(MIT Media Lab)