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What you can get from this International Conference.
  • Conference Proceedings

    Publication of Conference Proceedings with ISBN.

  • Publication Certificate

    All authors presenting papers will be awarded Certificate of publication.

  • Participation Certificate

    All participant will be provided eCertificate of the Participation.

  • Getting Published in SCI

    Some selected papers will be sent for publication in SCI.

  • Editing Services

    Authors will be given opportunity to get research paper edited through our experts.

  • International Readers

    Open Access publication will ensure that you get more citations of paper.

  • Discount in Publication Services

    Authors will get options and exposure to get published in other associated journals.

  • Book Publication

    All scholars presenting in the conference will get discouted price for book publication.

    Timeline of Conference

    Please keep note of the timeline of the Confernece mentioned here.
    • Submission of Paper's

    • 20 March 2023

      25 April 2023

      Submission Due Date

      Submit paper using mail to

    • 10 April 2023

      20 May 2023

      Acceptance or Rejection of Paper

      Authors will be intimated about the acceptance of the paper and if modification is to be done

    • 20-22 April 2023

      20 June 2023

      Online Webinar: Paper Presentation by Scholars

      Scolars will be sent link to present their paper in the Conference

    • Conference Proceedings

    • 30 June 2023

      Proceedings with ISBN no will be published

      Scholars will be able to get the published proceedings

    • 30 June 2023

      Selected papers will be send for SCI or Scopus

      Suitable and selected research papers will be sent for publication in SCI or Scopus journal

    • 30 June 2023

      Publication of Special Issue of Journal

      Special Issue for the Conference paper will be published and authors will be intimated

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    Benefits of Conferences

     Conferences serve as dynamic forums where professionals, researchers, and enthusiasts converge to share knowledge, exchange ideas, and foster collaboration. These gatherings are not mere social events; they play a pivotal role in personal and professional development. Here are some notable benefits of conferences:

    1. Knowledge Exchange: Conferences are a hub of knowledge exchange, providing a platform for experts to share their insights, experiences, and research findings. Attendees gain access to the latest developments in their field, expanding their understanding and staying abreast of cutting-edge trends.

    2. Networking Opportunities: One of the most significant advantages of conferences is the networking opportunities they offer. Participants have the chance to connect with like-minded individuals, potential collaborators, mentors, and industry leaders. Building a professional network can open doors to new opportunities, collaborations, and career advancements.

    3. Professional Development: Conferences provide a unique environment for professional development. Attendees can enhance their skills through workshops, seminars, and interactive sessions conducted by industry experts. These learning opportunities contribute to ongoing education and skill refinement.

    4. Exposure to Diverse Perspectives: Conferences attract a diverse audience with varied backgrounds, experiences, and perspectives. Engaging with individuals from different sectors and regions exposes attendees to a broad spectrum of ideas and approaches, fostering creativity and innovation.

    5. Presentation and Communication Skills: Presenting research findings or sharing expertise at a conference enhances public speaking and communication skills. The experience of conveying complex information to a diverse audience contributes to the development of effective communication abilities, a crucial asset in professional settings.

    6. Stay Updated on Industry Trends: Industries are constantly evolving, and conferences serve as excellent platforms to stay updated on the latest trends, technologies, and innovations. Access to real-time information helps professionals adapt to changes and make informed decisions in their respective fields.

    7. Collaboration and Partnerships: Conferences create an environment conducive to collaboration and partnership building. Discussions, workshops, and informal interactions often lead to the formation of new alliances, joint ventures, or research collaborations, fostering growth and development within industries.

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    9. Personal Growth: Participating in conferences contributes to personal growth by exposing individuals to diverse perspectives, challenging existing beliefs, and encouraging continuous learning. The experience of navigating through a multitude of ideas enhances adaptability and resilience.

    10. Recognition and Visibility: Presenting research findings or contributing to discussions at conferences can enhance professional visibility. Recognition within a community or industry can lead to increased opportunities, invitations to collaborate, and a stronger professional presence.

    In conclusion, conferences are invaluable platforms that go beyond the exchange of information – they are catalysts for innovation, collaboration, and personal and professional growth. Attendees leave with a wealth of knowledge, an expanded network, and a renewed enthusiasm for their respective fields.

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    Call for Papers ICMR 2023

    International Conference on Multidisciplinary Research (ICMR) 2023 is one of the substantial and most reputable international events of Business, Economics, Social Sciences and natural sciences. Appealing outstanding researchers from over 100 countries worldwide, the conference exhibits a friendly, supportive environment to accept feedback, exchange ideas and find inspiration. The main aim is to provide a forum for people coming for different academic backgrounds to interact and present their researches. Moreover, the conference generates the possibility for publications of research papers in indexed and organized journals. International Conference on Multidisciplinary Research (ICMR) 2023 will provide a platform for debating on issues and challenges in the aforementioned fields. The objective is to back discussions on strategies that will accelerate worldwide growth and economic recovery as well as evolution in technology and scientific research. 

    Track2Training is India based international consulting firm serving the world’s leading businesses, governments, public and private universities of world and not for profit organizations in every field of life. Its mandates is to develop stakeholders in diverse fields ranging from the basic necessities like sustainable health conditions, reduction in the poverty and the basic human rights to the more complicated and glittering demand of time like science and technology, entrepreneurship and telecommunication by focusing on the findings of extensive research conducted by researchers all around the world.

    Conference Tracks

    Academics from various fields, with an interest in the above themes, are welcome to present their papers. The conference has a multidisciplinary emphasis and, therefore, inviting contributions from across disciplines, e.g.

    •        Social Sciences,
    •        Development and Sustainable Development Studies,
    •        Education,
    •        Science and Technology,
    •        Business and Economics,
    •        Management,
    •        Philosophy,
    •        Psychology,
    •        Sociology,
    •        Political Science
    •        Others.

     Submit paper for publication

    • 20 March 2023

      25 April 2023


      Submit paper using mail to


    Track2Training, Delhi based NGO 


    International Journal of Research (IJR) with ISSN 2368-4868

    and ISBN conference Proceedings with ISBN no. 978-93-94433-17-5


    All questions about submissions should be emailed to 

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    ICMR 2023 Online Confererence

    International Conference on Multidisciplinary Research (ICMR) 2023, under the main theme of "The New Dynamics of Business Innovation & Engineering: Creating and Protecting Value in The Era of Industry 4.0 & Society 5.0", brings together contributions from students and scientists dealing with different aspects of business innovation and management, and we believe that there is also an equal number of promising study projects and prospectus results. The conference will be held hybrid mode. 

    This conference is held with the goals of: 

    1. Exchanging information on recent research issues related to business innovation, and engineering in Southeast Asia and the world in general; 
    2. Expanding international cooperation network; 
    3. Generating internationally reputable and nationally accredited publications; and 
    4. Initiating Business Innovation and Engineering as a communication forum related to business innovation, and engineering in Southeast Asia.

    Submission Guidelines

    Authors are invited to submit their abstract in English through EasyChair Conference System. or send mail to Authors of accepted abstract are required to submit full papers and register for the conference. All submitted manuscript will undergo review process for publication decision. Registered authors will be invited to give an oral presentation at the conference. The manuscript will be published in the listed journals and conference proceeding.

    All papers must be original and not simultaneously submitted to another journal or conference. Use the Easychair Submission link to submit English abstracts and wait our acceptance notice for full paper submission. Abstracts should be more than 150 words and less than 250 words excluding spaces. The author must have an EasyChair account and log in to the system for submitting the abstract. 

    Full papers must be in English and should be less than 8 pages in length including figures and references. Full papers must use the template for paper submission. The authors are responsible to ensure that the submitted papers are in the correct styles, fonts, etc. Papers may not be submitted to other conferences or journals during the BIEC 2020 review period nor may they be already under review or published in other conferences or journals. Overlength papers will be rejected without review. Papers must be submitted by pdf electronically via the EasyChair Conference System. 

    List of Topics

    The proposed topics are (not limited to) as follows:

    1. Business Engineering- Operations research in engineering- Business & engineering decision-making model- Technology adoption for business innovation- Engineering modeling & design for business- Business data mining and engineering- Industrial model for business

    2. Sustainable Practices- Sustainable energy & earth resources- Sustainable manufacturing & processes- Sustainable design & innovation- Sustainable food & agriculture technology- Sustainable approach in product development- Sustainable social enterprise

    3. Multidisciplinary- Processing, engineering and applications- Civil and environmental technology- Mechanical technology- Material science- Information engineering- Data science- Computation and simulation- Engineering entrepreneurship- Technology management

    Invited Speakers 

    • Dr. Rafal Balina - Warsaw University of Life Sciences (SGGW), Poland. Research expertise: Economics and Finance. 


    Accepted papers will be published in international journals, accredited national journals and conference proceedings, after passing the review system. Selected papers will be published in a reputable international journal.


    The conference will be held in online mode.

    In light of recent situation, the conference plenary session and parallel sessions will also be organized through Live Presentation and Virtual Presentation.


    All questions about submissions should be emailed to

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    Call for Papers Presentation

    International Conference on Multidisciplinary Research (ICMR) 2023 - ICMR 2023 offers a great opportunity for exchanging cutting edge multimedia retrieval ideas among researchers, practitioners, and other potential users of multimedia retrieval systems. This conference is set up to illuminate the state of the art in multimedia (text, image, video, audio, etc.) retrieval.

    ICMR 2023 is accepting proposals for technical demonstrators that will be showcased during the conference. The demo session will include demonstrations of latest innovations by research and engineering groups in industry, academia, and government. ICMR 2023 is seeking original high-quality submissions addressing innovative research in the broad field of multimedia retrieval, as advertised in the ICMR 2023 general call for papers.

    We solicit high quality contributions of demonstrators with innovative interfaces and visualizations showcasing new opportunities, functionalities, or the use of multimedia retrieval in new application domains.

    ICMR is also accepting proposals for scientific challenges in multimedia retrieval. Such challenges should outline the task to be solved and the data to be used in the challenges, plus evaluation measures to be used for the ranking. The challenge description will be published in the  proceedings and space will be made available for the challenges at the meeting.

    Topics of interest include (but are not limited to):

    • Multimedia content-based search and retrieval
    • Multimedia content-based (or hybrid) recommender systems
    • Large-scale and web-scale multimedia retrieval
    • Multimedia content extraction, analysis, and indexing
    • Multimedia analytics and knowledge discovery
    • Multimedia machine learning, deep learning, and neural nets
    • Relevance feedback, active learning, and transfer learning
    • Zero-shot learning and fine-grained retrieval for multimedia
    • Event-based indexing and multimedia understanding
    • Semantic descriptors and novel high- or mid-level features
    • Crowdsourcing, community contributions, and social multimedia
    • Multimedia retrieval leveraging quality, production cues, style, framing, affect
    • Narrative generation and narrative analysis
    • User intent and human perception in multimedia retrieval
    • Query processing and relevance feedback
    • Multimedia browsing, summarization, and visualization
    • Multimedia beyond video, including 3D data and sensor data
    • Mobile multimedia browsing and search
    • Multimedia analysis/search acceleration, e.g., GPU, FPGA
    • Benchmarks and evaluation methodologies for multimedia analysis/search
    • Applications of multimedia retrieval, e.g., medicine, sports, commerce, lifelogs, travel, security, environment.

    Submissions should be done with the CMR submission system and will be peer reviewed. Accepted papers will be published in the ICMR proceedings and need to be showcased during the demo or challenge sessions at the conference.

    Maximum Length of a Paper

    Each technical demo or challenge description paper should not be longer than 4 pages (plus additional pages for the list of references).

    Important Dates

    • Paper Submission Due: March 20, 2023
    • Notification of Acceptance: April 10, 2023
    • Camera-Ready Papers Due: March 31, 2023

    Single-Blind Review

    ICMR will use a single-blind review process for the technical demonstrations and challenges paper selection. Authors should provide author names and affiliations in their manuscript. Links to working prototypes and videos showcasing the capabilities of the systems are encouraged with the submission for demo papers. All demo and challenge submissions will be peer-reviewed to ensure maximum quality and accepted papers will be included in the conference proceedings. The best demo and the best challenge will be awarded and announced.

    Abstract and Keywords

    The abstract and the keywords form the primary source for assigning papers to reviewers. So, make sure that they form a concise and complete summary of your paper with sufficient information to let someone who doesn’t read the full paper know what it is about.

    Submission Instructions

    See the Paper Submission section.

    Logistics at the Venue

    Presenters of the technical demonstrators will be provided with a table, computer display, power outlet and wireless (shared) Internet to present their demos. Demo presenters are expected to bring with themselves everything else needed for their demo, such as hardware, laptops, sensors, PCs, etc. However, if you have special requests such as other hardware accessories, a poster board, special requests for the allotted space, special lighting conditions and so on, we will do our best to arrange them.

    For scientific challenges room will be reserved depending on the number of participants.


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    Call for Workshop Proposals

     ICMR 2023 is calling for high quality Workshops addressing innovative research in multimedia retrieval and its related broad fields. The scope of the conference is not only search and retrieval of multimedia data but also addresses analysis and understanding of multimedia contents, including:

    • Integration of diverse multimodal data;
    • Deep learning-based methodology and practical multimedia applications;
    • Multimedia dataset creation and management (and compliance with ethical practices);
    • Interpretability of multimedia analysis and retrieval techniques and connection with social sciences;
    • Exploring bias in multimedia datasets;
    • Practical systems/applications of multimedia analysis and retrieval on different areas, e.g. media & entertainment, culture, health, security, etc.;
    • Multimedia analysis and retrieval aiming to solve major societal challenges (e.g. disinformation, climate change, social inequalities etc.);
    • Legal/ethical challenges and societal impact of multimedia analysis and retrieval;
    • Community-contributed social data;
    • Lifelogging data and automatically generated sensor data.

    The Workshops will contain both:

    • Long research papers which should present complete work with evaluations on topics related to the Conference. They will have both oral and poster presentations at the conference.
    • Short research papers which should present preliminary results or more focused contributions. They will be presented as posters at the conference.

    We cordially invite you to submit your workshop proposals to ICMR 2023!

    Workshops Chairs in ICMR 2023

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    Reproducibility Papers


    Contents of the Companion Paper

    The companion paper must provide means for the committee to download the artifacts that will enable replicating the findings that are in the original Multimedia contribution. The author-created artifacts that are relevant to this paper must have been placed on a publicly accessible archival repository (e.g. github).

    The companion paper must describe the procedure allowing reviewers to easily find their way in the artifacts. That procedure might for example explain the reasons for having organized the artifacts in hierarchies of folders. It might specify what items inside the artifacts must be read, and in which order, what are the main elements to fully review first. It might clearly establish relationships between items in the artifacts and the corresponding elements that can be found in the original scientific contribution. It might explain and justify why this or that part of the original paper is not reproducible. The paper should indicate the expected duration of running the whole experimental pipeline.

    Ideally, the companion paper should include text/schemas/illustrations that describe what the artifacts contains and how it should be deployed and then used. The companion paper should also contain notes about parameters that can be set or adjusted and about how to recreate the plots. It has to have examples, with comments. You can of course create documents in the archive that provide additional text/schemas/illustrations. In this case, the companion paper should clearly indicate where that can be found in the artifacts.

    Contents of the Archive of Artifacts

    Replicability is grounded in code, scripts, datasets that you provide and that form so called “artifacts”. More formally, ACM defines artifacts as follows:

    By “artifact” we mean a digital object that was either created by the authors to be used as part of the study or generated by the experiment itself. For example, artifacts can be software systems, scripts used to run experiments, input datasets, raw data collected in the experiment, or scripts used to analyze results. 
    » ACM DL. Read it here.

    Artifacts contain digital objects that supplement the companion paper. Artifacts are typically a series of files, possibly organized according to a clear and easy to grasp hierarchy. Artifacts include for example:

    1. The configuration files and scripts to set up and deploy the environment needed for the reviewers to subsequently run your code,
    2. The source code if you expose your system as a white box,
    3. Input Data: Either the process to generate the input data should be made available, or when the data is not generated, the actual data itself or a link to the data should be provided,
    4. The set of experiments (system configuration and initialization, scripts, workload, measurement protocol, …) used to run the experiments that produce the raw experimental data,
    5. The scripts needed to transform the raw experimental data into the graphs, tables, plots, …, that can be found in the original submission already published in the proceedings of ACM ICMR. All this material should be extensively described, documented, commented, easy to understand, for example in specific files coming together with what they describe.

    Note: We strongly recommend to expose your system as a white box so that anyone can reproduce and reuse your results. If the system is only made accessible as a black box, however, reviewers may still require confidential access to source code, such that they can properly assess the validity of the reproducibility results.

    About Experiments

    The central results and claims of the corresponding published paper should be supported by the submitted experiments, meaning we can recreate result data and graphs that demonstrate similar behavior with that shown in that paper. Typically when the results are about response times, we do not expect to get identical results. Instead, we expect to see that the overall behavior matches the conclusions from the paper, e.g., that a given algorithm is significantly faster than another one, or that a given parameter affects negatively or positively the behavior of a system.

    Given a system, the authors should provide the complete set of experiments to reproduce the results that are in the original paper. Typically, each experiment will consist of the following parts.

    • A setup phase where parameters are configured and data is loaded,
    • A running phase where a workload is applied and measurements are taken,
    • A clean-up phase where the system is prepared to avoid interference with the next round of experiments.

    The authors should document (i) how to perform the setup, running and clean-up phases, and (ii) how to check that these phases complete as they should. The authors should document the expected effect of the setup phase (e.g., a cold file cache is enforced) and the different steps of the running phase, e.g., by documenting the combination of command line options used to run a given experiment script.

    Each experiment should be automatic, e.g., via a script that takes a range of values for each experiment parameter as arguments, rather than manual, e.g., via a script that must be edited so that a constant takes the value of a given experiment parameter.

    We do not expect the authors to perform any additional experiments on top of the ones in their original paper. Any additional experiments submitted will be considered and tested but they are not required.

    About Graphs and Plots

    For each graph/plots in the original paper, the authors should describe how the graph/plot is obtained from the experimental measurements. The submission should contain the scripts (or spreadsheets) that are used to generate the graphs/plots. We strongly encourage authors to provide scripts for all their graphs using a tool such as Gnuplot or Matplotlib. Here are two useful tutorials for Gnuplot: a brief manual and tutorialand a tutorial with details about creating eps figures and embed them using LaTeX and another two for Matplotlib: examples from SciPy, and a step-by-step tutorial discussing many features.

    Similar procedures must be provided by the authors in order to create the tables that are in the original paper.

    Ideal archive of artifacts

    Authors are encourage to strive for this ideal submission for truly replicable work…

    At a minimum the authors should provide a complete set of scripts to install the system, produce the data, run experiments and produce the resulting graphs along with detailed readme file(s) that describe the process step by step so it can be easily redone by a reviewer.

    The ideal submission consists an extremely careful and detailed description of the experiments, their parameters, and of a master script that:

    1. installs all systems needed,
    2. generates or fetches all needed input data,
    3. reruns all experiments and generates all results,
    4. generates all graphs, plots and tables, and finally,
    5. recompiles the sources of the paper

    … to produce a brand new PDF for the paper with all the reproduced experiments. It’ll allow comparing the obtained material with the one in the original contribution that was accepted at ACM MM.

    Packaging Guidelines

    These packaging guidelines are meant to cover general cases. Please keep in mind that every individual case is slightly different.


    Authors should explicitly specify the operating system and tools that should be installed as the environment. Such specification should include dependencies with specific hardware features (e.g., 25 GB of RAM are needed) or dependencies within the environment (e.g., the compiler that should be used must be run with a specific version of the operating system).

    Note: The submitted artifacts should not require specific hardware and software that are hard to get access to. The committee will try to do the best to find reviewers who can setup the required environments; however, if no reviewer can be found, the companion paper cannot be accepted.


    System setup is one of the most challenging aspects when replicating experiments. System setup will be easier to conduct if it is automatic rather than manual. Authors should test that the system they distribute can actually be installed in a new environment. The documentation should detail every step in system setup:

    • How to obtain the system?
    • How to configure the environment if need be (e.g., environment variables, paths)?
    • How to compile the system? (existing compilation options should be mentioned)
    • How to use the system? (What are the configuration options and parameters to the system?)
    • How to make sure that the system is installed correctly?

    The above tasks should be achieved by executing a set of scripts provided by the authors that will download needed components (systems, libraries), initialize the environment, check that software and hardware is compatible, and deploy the system.


    The committee suggests that authors use ReproZip in order to streamline this process. ReproZip can be used to capture the environment, the input files, the expected output files, and the required libraries. A detailed how-to guide (installing, packing experiments, unpacking experiments) can be found in there. ReproZip will help both the authors and the evaluators to seamlessly rerun experiments.

    If using ReproZip to capture the experiments proves to be difficult for a particular paper, the committee will work with the authors to find the proper solution based on the specifics of the paper and the environment needed. More tools are available here:

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    International Conference on Multidisciplinary Research (ICMR) 2023

      International Conference on Multidisciplinary Research (ICMR) 2023 aims to provide an opportunity to academics and practitioners around the world to discuss and share the contemporary issues of business and social science research. The proposed conference provides an outlet for high quality research in all areas of accounting, CSR, finance, economics, econometrics, education, information technology, Islamic finance and Sharia, law, management, marketing, social business and multidisciplinary. Aim of our peer-reviewed conference is to bring together the world’s leading scholars and opinion leaders and to increase our understanding of emerging scientific issues and research methodologies relating to business management, economic and social sciences. Please, engage freely in discussions, share your ideas and build relationships among the group of international researchers.

    Submission Guidelines

    All papers must be original and not simultaneously submitted to another journal or conference. The following paper categories are welcome:

    • Full papers related to art and humanities stream. Multidisciplinary papers will be given more weightage in acceptance. 

    List of Topics

    • Topic 1: Multidisciplinary Research
    • Topic 2: Transdisciplinary Research
    • Topic 3: Art and Humanities
    • Topic 4: Social Studies


    ICMR2023 proceedings will be published in International Journal of Research (IJR) with ISSN 2348-6848 (Google Scholar indexed, referred and indexed journal) Journal link


    All questions about submissions should be emailed to

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    International Conference on Multidisciplinary Research (ICMR) 2023

      International Conference on Multidisciplinary Research (ICMR) 2023 aims to provide an opportunity to academics and practitioners around the world to discuss and share the contemporary issues of business and social science research. The proposed conference provides an outlet for high quality research in all areas of accounting, CSR, finance, economics, econometrics, education, information technology, Islamic finance and Sharia, law, management, marketing, social business and multidisciplinary. Aim of our peer-reviewed conference is to bring together the world’s leading scholars and opinion leaders and to increase our understanding of emerging scientific issues and research methodologies relating to business management, economic and social sciences. Please, engage freely in discussions, share your ideas and build relationships among the group of international researchers.

    International Conference on Multidisciplinary Research (ICMR) 2023 will provide an excellent international forum for sharing knowledge and results in theory, methodology and applications of Different areas of Studies and Education. ICMR is a platform for researchers, scientists, scholars, students and industry professionals from around the world to present their current research, and foster alliances with peers. The goal of this Conference is to bring together researchers and practitioners from academia and industry to focus on understanding Modern engineering and applied sciences concepts and establishing new collaborations in these areas. Authors are solicited to contribute to the conference by submitting articles that illustrate research results, projects, surveying works and industrial experiences that describe significant advances in the areas of Studies and Education. The Conference will also have a space for companies or institutions to present their innovations and research results.

    Multidisciplinary Research and Innovation and Collaboration

    Social and Human Sciences
    Arts and Humanities
    Natural and Physical Sciences
    Computer and Information sciences
    Engineering and Technology
    Medical and Health Sciences
    Agricultural and Environmental Sciences

    Social and Human Sciences
    Psychology - Cognitive science, Applied psychology, Social psychology
    Economics, Business and Financing - Economics, Econometrics, Business, International trade, Banking, Financing
    Management and Marketing - Micro and Macroeconomics, HRM
    Educational sciences - School education, ICT in education and learning, Formal and Non-formal education
    Sociology, Demography, Anthropology, ethnology, Social issues, Family studies, Social work
    Law - Human rights, History of law, Legal studies, constitutions, comparative law
    Political science - Organisation theory, Public administration
    Other social and human sciences

    Arts and Humanities
    History and Archaeology - Cultural heritage, cultural memory, Historical geography
    Languages and Literature - Literary theory, Linguistics
    Philosophy, Ethics and Religion - Theology, Philosophy, history of philosophy
    Arts and Performance Studies
    Other arts and humanities - Human rights, History of law, Legal studies, constitutions, comparative law

    Natural and Physical Sciences
    Mathematics - Pure mathematics, Applied mathematics, Statistics and probability
    Physical sciences - Atomic, molecular and chemical physics, Nuclear physics, Optics, Acoustics, Astronomy
    Chemical sciences - Applied and industrial chemistry, Organic and Inorganic chemistry
    Earth and related Environmental sciences - Mineralogy, Palaeontology, Geology, Environmental sciences, Climatic research
    Biological sciences - Cell biology, Microbiology, Biochemistry and molecular biology, Genetics
    Other natural and physical sciences

    Computer and Information sciences
    Computer architecture - Hardware platforms, Parallelled computing, Cloud computing, HPC
    Networking - Network design, Signal processing and transmission, Sensor networks, Ad-hoc networks
    Software - Software design and development, Operating systems, Open source, Design patterns
    Web development - Information systems, E-commerce, E-business
    Intelligent systems - Artificial intelligence, Computer vision, Human Computer interaction, Image processing, Pattern recognition and classification
    Databases - Data processing and management, Data storage
    Other Computer and Information Sciences

    Engineering and Technology
    Civil engineering - Architecture, Construction, Transport engineering
    Electrical and Electronic engineering - Robotics and automatic control, Automation and control systems, Computer hardware and architecture
    Mechanical engineering - Applied mechanics, Thermodynamics
    Chemical engineering
    Materials engineering - Ceramics, Coating and films, Paper and wood
    Medical engineering - Architecture, Construction, Transport engineering
    Other engineering - Space, Aeronautics, Nano-technology

    Medical and Health Sciences
    Basic medicine - Toxicology, Anatomy and morphology, Immunology, Pharmacology and pharmacy
    Clinical medicine - Paediatrics, Hematology, Surgery
    Health sciences - Epidemiology, Nursing, Public and environmental health
    Other medical and health sciences

    Agricultural and Environmental Sciences
    Agriculture, Forestry, and Fisheries
    Animal and Dairy science
    Ecology and Environment
    Veterinary science
    Other agricultural and environmental sciences

    How to submit papers

    Send your paper using the form given here

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