RDEE 2013 : The Contribution of Research and Development to Engineering Education
Call For Papers
The Faculty of Engineering and Natural Sciences Students’ Local Organizing Committee at Maltepe University is pleased to announce the call for papers for the undergraduate students’ conference to be held at Maltepe University on 11-12 April 2013.
We welcome submission for individual papers and panel proposals that should be addressing, but not limited to
Policies and Strategies for Managing Creativity and Innovation
European Union Policy for Innovation and Creativity Promotion
Innovation Management in Universities
Promoting Creativity and Innovation through Communication and Public Relations Strategies
Research and Technological Development Policies
Knowledge and Innovation
Patterns of Economic Development and R&D erformance
R&D Policies in the European Union.
Entrepreneurship and Innovation
Innovation, Research and Education: the Magic Triangle of Contemporary Development
University – Government – Industry Collaborations. Best practice examples
Education and the Emergence of the Knowledge Society
Education and the New Media
Projects and Innovation management
Management of R&D projects
R&D politics of countries
Abstracts can be submitted via e-mail to email@example.com by 15 December 2012 and contain a clear outline of theoretical framework, methodology and results.
The text of the abstracts should be submitted in English ONLY, in a separate Word document in the following format: max. 300-400 words, 1.5 line spaced Arial (Plain) 11-point font (except for title which should be 14-point font), A4 size page formatting, with the page margins of 2.5 cm from the left, top and bottom and 2 cm from the right.
The panels should not exceed four people and four different abstracts (200 words long), and should be prepared by each member of that specific panel.
We encourage lecturers, teachers and professors to circulate this call widely across your undergraduate students. This will be a unique occasion to visit the legendary city of Istanbul, where you can enjoy the harmony of cultures, harmony of people & the rhythm of diversities. Istanbul is the only city in the world where you can enjoy your meal with the landscape of another continent. (http://english.istanbul.com/)There will be plenty of opportunities for socialization and organized trips.
Please circulate this call widely across undergraduate students not only in gender studies programs in particular but also in relevant social sciences and humanities areas, such as anthropology, archaeology, architecture, arts, economics, geography, history, law, linguistics, literature, philosophy, psychology, religious studies, social work and sociology. This will be a unique occasion to visit the city of Istanbul. Participating students will be joining fellow students from Turkey and across the world to debate the raising issues in the area of gender in a conference organized by students for students, with the support of staff at Maltepe University's Faculty of Arts and Sciences. The papers presented at the congress will be published in a volume of proceedings.
For further information, please do not hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our website at rdee.maltepe.edu.tr
PS.: There is NO Registration Fee! Participants attending the conference will be hosted by Maltepe University at our 5-star Marma Congress Centre (www.marmakongremerkezi.com). Participants will only have to pay their travel expenses which will be at a discounted rate with the courtesy of Turkish Airlines, the best airline in Europe in 2012 . All other expenses will be provided by Maltepe University.
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