The Ibero-American Symposium on Computer Programming (SIIPRIN) represents an Ibero-American meeting forum for researchers and professionals focused on the study and research of the different aspects involved in computer programming. Its goal is to foster the dissemination of works keeping in mind the academic, scientific, and professional issues on this topic. SIIPRIN arises from the need to create and maintain a discussion forum among scientists, academics, and professionals interested in the study and the research of computer programming in our society as well as in the academic arena. In this symposium, a meeting place was provided to present, disseminate, and discuss the results of ongoing or consolidated research conducted on this topic. As an implicit objective, it is intended to foster collaboration among the different stakeholders, where we expect to encourage the development of a scientific basis in this field. In this edition, the International Congress on Technology Education and Knowledge Management (CITEGC) was jointly held with the SIIPRIN. CITEGC is focused on the fields of new technologies applied to education and the development of knowledge management in organizations.
Conference dates: 24–25 October 2019
Location: Riobamba, Ecuador
Chief Academic Editor: Omar S. Gómez
Organizers: Research Groups GrIISoft and TIGECON
Sponsors: Escuela Superior Politecnica de Chimborazo
Published: 8 January 2020
The 1st International Conference on Geodesy, Geomatic, and Land Administration (GEODETA) was held at and organized by the Geodetic Engineering Department, Diponegoro University. The aim of the conference was to create an atmosphere of research-based education and community services, provide a forum for researchers, academicians, professionals, and students from various engineering fields and with cross-disciplinary work or interest in the development of geodetic, geomatic, and land. This conference acted as a forum to exchange experiences and information between national and international researchers on geodetic, geomatic, and land.
Conference topics: The conference had seven main clusters that were covered in each session: (1) Geodesy and Geodynamic; (2) Survey and Mapping Technology; (3) Land and Marine Cadastre and Regional and Urban Planning; (4) Hydrography and Oceanography; (5) Geographic Information Science; (6) Disaster Management; and (7) Civil and Environmental Engineering Survey.
Conference dates: 24–25 July 2019
Location: Semarang, Indonesia
Editors: Dr. Yudo Prasetyo, ST., MT. (Editor-in-Chief), Prof. Chao Hung Lin (member), Dr. Firman Hadi, S. Si., M.T. (member), Dr. Sony Darmawan, ST., MT. (member). Dr. L. M. Sabri, ST., MT. (member). Abdi Sukmono, ST., MT. (member), and Hana Sugiastu Firdaus, ST., MT. (member)
Chair person: Arief Laila Nugraha, ST., M. Eng.
Organizer: Department of Geodetic Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Diponegoro University, Semarang, Indonesia
Sponsors: Diponegoro University, Badan Informasi Geospatial (Geospatial Information Agency), Kementerian Agraria dan Tata Ruang (Ministry of Agrarian and Spatial Planning)
Published: 26 December 2019
The International Conference on Basic Science and Its Application (ICBSA) 2018 is the first international conference organized by the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Andalas University. This conference encourages submission of research findings on basic sciences, pharmaceuticals, medicine, agriculture and technology from faculty, researchers, and students from undergraduate, graduate and postgraduate levels. ICBSA 2018 creates a great platform for participants to share experiences, discuss research findings and acquire the desired knowledge for translating basic science into technology and stimulating multi- and interdisciplinary international collaborations in a convergent-manner for shaping a worldwide sustainable development.
This meeting aimed to promote mutual exchange between scientists also experts, to discuss innovative ideas in scientific research, and to tackle the contemporary problems through the application of knowledge that stem from research works in basic science and its application. This conference also provides a forum for national and international academia, scientist, researchers and professional to share their idea and experiences to translate basic science into technology and help stimulate interdisciplinary international collaborations in a convergent-manner for shaping a worldwide sustainable development.
Conference date: 23-24 August 2018
Location: Grand Inna Padang Hotel and Convention Center, Padang, West Sumatera, Indonesia
Editors: Dr. Diana Vanda Wellia (Editor in chief), Dr. rer. nat. Muldarisnur (member), Dr. Lyra Yulianti (member), Dr. Putra Santoso (member), Dr. rer. nat. Syafrizayanti (member) and Nurul Pratiwi, S.Si (supporting staff)
Organizers: Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Andalas University
Sponsor: Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Andalas University
Published: 16 April 2019
XIX International scientific-technical conference "The Ural school-seminar of metal scientists-young researchers» is an international scientific school for young scientists, which is organized by the Department of Heat Treatment and Physics of Metals of the Ural Federal University (UrFU), Yekaterinburg, Russian Federation. The conference has been held since 1999. The objectives of the conference are the development of the scientific and creative potential of young researchers in the field of materials science and the formation of a talented pool for scientific and educational institutions. Public presentations and discussions are the main concept of the conference for the establishment of scientific contacts, as well as acquaintance with the latest achievements in solid state physics, materials science, crystallography, theories of processing and modern production of materials and alloys. Leading experts of universities, academic community and industrial institutes, as well as industrial enterprises discussed the issues during the conference. The organizing committee of the conference included leading scientists not only from Russia, but also from Ukraine and Germany. More than 150 participants students, graduate students and young scientists took part in the conference.
Conference date: 19-23 November 2018
Location: Yekaterinburg, Russian Federation
Editors: Professor, doctor of technical sciences A. A. Popov
Organizers: Ural Federal University, Yekaterinburg, Russian Federation
Sponsor: Russian Foundation for Basic Research (grant № 18-38-10059), UrFU Competitiveness Enhancement Program (purchase order № 22.214.171.124.s3.z1-18)
Published: 15 April 2019
The Ibero-American Symposium on Computer Programming (SIIPRIN) represents an Ibero-American meeting forum for researchers and professionals focused on the study and research of the different aspects involved in computer programming. Its goal is to foster the dissemination of works keeping in mind academic, scientific, and professional issues on this topic. SIIPRIN arises from the need to create and maintain a discussion forum among scientists, academics, and professionals interested in the study and research of computer programming in our society as well as in the academic arena. In this symposium, a meeting place was provided to present, disseminate, and discuss the results of ongoing or consolidated research conducted on this topic. As an implicit objective, it is intended to foster collaboration among the different stakeholders, where we expect to encourage the development of a scientific basis in this field. In this edition, the International Congress on Technology Education and Knowledge Management (CITEGC) was jointly held with the SIIPRIN. CITEGC is focused on the fields of new technologies applied to education and the development of knowledge management in organizations.
Conference date: 29–30 November 2018
Location: Riobamba, Ecuador
Editors: Gloria Arcos, Blanca Hidalgo, Vanessa Valverde, Alejandra Oñate, Lorena Aguirre, Raúl Rosero, Danilo Pástor, Gustavo Hidalgo, Eduardo Villa, Washington Luna, Patricio Moreno, Raúl Lozada, and Omar S. Gómez
Organizers: Grupo de Investigación en Ingeniería de Software (GrIISoft) and Grupo de investigación en Tecnologías de la Información para la Gestión del Conocimiento (TIGECON)
Sponsor: • Escuela Superior Politécnica de Chimborazo (ESPOCH)
Published: 27 December 2018
The proceedings bring together papers and articles presented at the All-Russian Research Conference with International Participation ‘Facets of Culture in the Age of Social Transition’, which took place in Yekaterinburg, March 23–24, 2018, at the Department of Art History and Socio-Cultural Technologies (Ural Institute of Humanities of the Ural Federal University). Among the participants of the conference were authors from Russia, Hungary, and China, with the widely distributed geography: Moscow, Yekaterinburg, Saint-Petersburg, Budapest, Skan, Krasnoyarsk, Perm, Omsk, Samara, Chelyabinsk, etc. Among the authors were researchers and academic authors, professors of Russian and foreign universities, as well as postgraduate students and master’s students of Ural Federal University.
Conference topics: The conference consists of five sections presenting a variety of approaches to cultural research, including historical as well as contemporary aspects. Both the conference and the resulting collection of articles highlight the dialogue between the cultural worlds: Russia – East–West; the constants and the transitions in the evolution of Russian culture in the XXth and XXIst centuries; state cultural policy and the development of ethnic and regional cultures; cultural diversity in the era of globalization and mediatization; culture and education.
Conference date: 23–24 March 2018
Location: Ural Federal University named after the first President of Russia B.N. Yeltsin, Yekaterinburg, Russian Federation
Editor: Kirillova Natalia Borisovna – Doctor of cultural studies, professor Ural Federal University, Russia Federation
Organizer: Department of Art History and Socio-Cultural Technologies, Ural Institute of Humanities of the Ural Federal University
Sponsors: Ural Federal University and Ural Institute of Humanities
Published: 23 December 2018
The Sustainability and Resilience Conference is an annual conference organized by the Deanship of Graduate Studies and Scientific Research at the University of Bahrain (UOB), and under the patronage of His Excellency, Prof. Ryadh Hamzah, President of the UOB. The concept of “Sustainability and Resilience” in itself is not new worldwide, yet still new to the Middle East region in general, and to the Gulf states in particular. In 2018, the first edition of the conference is conducted in collaboration with the Northumbria University in the United Kingdom and the United Nations Development Program (UNDP), and is dedicated to the main theme of “Mitigating Disaster and Emergency Planning” in three vital sectors: (1) Energy and Engineering, (2) Health and Science, and (3) Cyber Security and Networks. The conference is a great opportunity for positioning Bahrain as a “Regional Hub” for sustainability and resilience and provides participants (both academics and practitioners) with gigantic opportunities for knowledge sharing and experience exchange that would eventually accumulate in setting new policies and strategies.
Conference date: 15–16 October 2018
Location: ART Rotana Amwaj – Kingdom of Bahrain
Editors: Dr. Mohamed Qader (Head of Editorial Committee, University of Bahrain); Members of Editorial Committee: Dr. Andrew Collins (Northumbria University), Dr. Maitland Hyslop (Northumbria University), Dr. Maamar Taleb (University of Bahrain), Dr. Hanan Albuflasa (University of Bahrain), Dr. Khalil Jassim (University of Bahrain), Dr. Hala Sanad (University of Bahrain), Dr. Nada Megahed (University of Bahrain), Dr. Joao Pinelo Silva (University of Bahrain), and Dr. Omar Al-Abbasi (University of Bahrain)
Organizer: University of Bahrain
Sponsor: Tatweer Petroleum Company
Published: 15 October 2018
MEPhI’s Section of the Scientific Session on “Breakthrough directions of scientific research at MEPhI: development prospects within the Strategic Academic Units” implies discussion of the main achievements and future plans for the Strategic Academic Units scientific development.
Conference date: 23–25 October 2017
Location: Moscow, Russia
Editors: S. V. Genisaretskaya, V. V. Klimov, D. S. Veselov, Yu. A. Akmalova, and N. S. Barbashina
Organizer: National Research Nuclear University MEPhI (Moscow Engineering Physics Institute)
Sponsor: National Research Nuclear University MEPhI (Moscow Engineering Physics Institute)
Published: 8 October 2018
The modern applied problems of theory and practice in the fields of metallurgical heat engineering, automation systems and information for a wide range of applications were discussed in the TIM'2018 Conference. The conference was held in the form of two breakout sessions. In Session 1, 94 reports were presented on the "Actual problems of heat engineering and ecology of metallurgical production," and in Session 2, 27 reports were presented on the "Automation and information systems in education, science and industry." The organizing committee of the conference received 121 reports from 221 participants coming from 10 different countries—Australia, Algeria, Iran, Kazakhstan, Canada, China, Russia, Ukraine, Croatia, and South Africa. Among the conference participants and authors of the reports were several well-known scientists and specialists and their young colleagues including the graduate, undergraduate and senior students of the universities.
Conference topics: Heat engineering and ecology of metallurgical production; information systems and technologies in education, science and production; development of the theory of heat and mass transfer in relation to pyrometallurgical technologies; improvement of existing and development of resource- and energy-saving, environmentally safe technologies and designs of units in pyrometallurgy; mathematical modeling of thermophysical processes and software development to solve complex technological problems for control of complex energy-saturated high-temperature units and their complexes in metallurgy.
Conference date: 17–18 May 2018
Location: Ekaterinburg, Russia
Editor: Nikolai Spirin (Spirin N.A.)
Organizer: Ural Federal University
Sponsor: Ural Federal University
Published: 17 July 2018
The aim of this conference was to create a discussion forum for exchanging research ideas and experience amongst the young scientists from Russia. The forum—which attracted some 20,000 delegates from 150 countries—also served as a platform for selecting young scientists to be participating in the XIX-th World Festival of Youth and Students that took place in October 2017.
Conference topics: Engineering, natural sciences, mathematics and computing, humanities and social sciences, and economics and management. The forum also included invited lectures from the world leading scientists from Italy, United Kingdom, and Russia, as well as workshops and discussions.
Conference date: 27–28 April 2017
Location: Ekaterinburg, Russia
Editors: Prof. Vladimir Vaskovski and Dr. Mikhail Varaksin
Organizer: Ural Federal University
Published: 7 May 2018