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1 July - 31 December: Luxembourg holds the rotating presidency of the Council of the European Union until 31 December. The Netherlands will take over the post on 1 January.
www.eu2015lu.eu

This week: The School of Advanced Study of the University of London organises conferences and seminars, all open to the public and most of them free, by the Institutes of Advanced legal studies; Classical studies; Commonwealth studies; English studies; Historical research; Latin American studies; Modern languages research; Musical research; Philosophy; and the Warburg Institute. This week, events include a seminar on ‘Where were you when we were getting high? Britpop nostalgia and technological, social, cultural and generational change in 21st-century Britain’; a workshop on ‘Legislative drafting and language: legal language in context’; and a lecture on ‘Developing a shared Commonwealth vision: a reform agenda for a new secretary general’.
www.sas.ac.uk

1-3 July: Innorobo, “the only event in Europe 100% dedicated to robotics and disruptive innovations”, takes place in Lyon, France, organised by Innoecho.
innorobo.com

By 10 July; 2-4 August: SLATE, the Asian Conference on Second Language Acquisition and Teacher Education, takes place in Hiroshima, Japan, in August, on the theme Language in the 21st Century. About 50 conference topics from Applied linguistics to Virtual classroom – final proposals deadline 10 July. The conference precedes the 70th Hiroshima Peace Memorial and Remembrance ceremony.
esdfocus.org

2-6 August: The 2015 International Education Conference takes place in New York City, USA, organised by the Clute Institute. More than 25 topics, from Accreditation to Tenure. As well as the Education Conference the institute is hosting a business conference on the same days, same place. One registration fee allows attendance at both conferences.
www.cluteinstitute.com

25-28 August: The 55th annual ERSA Congress takes place in Lisbon, Portugal, organised by the European Regional Science Association on the theme World Renaissance – Changing Roles for People and Places. The conference aims to cover all fields of regional science and includes plenary and thematic sessions, technical visits on topics such as maritime clusters and regions, urban planning and management of Lisbon. It provides a platform for understanding current economic, social and policy issues at the regional level.
www.ersalisbon2015.org

9-11 September: The international conference The University and the City: An Agenda for the New Century takes place in Pavia, Italy, organised by the Conference of Italian Universities Rectors, CRUI, and the University of Pavia. The conference aims to analyse and debate the relations between the university and the city, and highlight how the continuous exchange and contact between the city and the university brings an array of advantages to the urban context of reference and to the population living these areas. Topics include innovation and development, the urban context and cultural heritage, and health and welfare.
www.universitacitta.it

4-5 November: The symposium Dropping Out – What Neuroscience Can Teach Us takes place in Quebec City, Canada, organised by CEA, the Canadian Education Association. The symposium challenges traditional approaches to dropout prevention by introducing the potential contribution that neuroscience can have by answering the following questions: What promise does the application of neuroscience in education have for addressing persistent student dropout rates across Canada? Do educators need to adapt their approach to better address the needs of a segment of the population that drops out, in light of recent findings in neuroscience?
www.cea-ace.ca

By 31 January; 29 May – 2 June: LiHE’16, the 15th international symposium on Globalisation of Higher Education, takes place on Aegina Island, Greece, in May/June, organised by Learning in Higher Education. You are invited to contribute a chapter to the anthology The Globalisation of Higher Education to be published by Libri Publishing Ltd; then to join fellow authors for the symposium where all authors of accepted chapters meet to review, edit and complete their chapters and collaborate to finalise the anthology for publication. Deadline for submission of chapter proposal 31 January.
www.lihe.info

EVENTS

1 July - 31 December: Luxembourg holds the rotating presidency of the Council of the European Union until 31 December. The Netherlands will take over the post on 1 January.
www.eu2015lu.eu

This week: The School of Advanced Study of the University of London organises conferences and seminars, all open to the public and most of them free, by the Institutes of Advanced legal studies; Classical studies; Commonwealth studies; English studies; Historical research; Latin American studies; Modern languages research; Musical research; Philosophy; and the Warburg Institute. This week, events include a seminar on ‘Where were you when we were getting high? Britpop nostalgia and technological, social, cultural and generational change in 21st-century Britain’; a workshop on ‘Legislative drafting and language: legal language in context’; and a lecture on ‘Developing a shared Commonwealth vision: a reform agenda for a new secretary general’.
www.sas.ac.uk

28-29 June: AMME2015, the 2015 International Conference on Applied Mechanics and Mechatronics Engineering, takes place in Bangkok, Thailand. Many topics, under broad headings: Applied mechanics and engineering mechanics; Mechanical and automation engineering; Design and manufacturing systems; Materials Science and Materials Processing Technology.
www.amme2015.org

28 June – 1 July: The 21st EARMA Annual Conference 2015 is hosted by the University of Leiden, The Netherlands, organised by the European Association of Research Managers and Administrators, on the theme Global Outreach: Enabling Cultures and Diversity in Research Management and Administration. This reflects the growing need and ambition to reach out and get connected and work together globally – cooperating not only in the field of scientific research & innovation and higher education, but also in the field of research management and administration.
conference2015.earma.org

29 June – 2 July: WEEC 2015, the 8th World Environmental Education Conference Planet and People – How can they develop together?, takes place in Gothenburg, Sweden. Conference themes are: Taking children seriously in addressing global challenges; Reclaiming sense of place in the digital age; Environmental education and poverty reduction; Learning in vital coalitions for green cities; (Re)emerging concepts for environmental stewardship and sustainability; Mind the gap! Moving from awareness to action; Assessing environmental and sustainability education in times of accountability; Beyond the green economy: educating and learning for green jobs in a green society; New perspectives on research in environmental and sustainability education; Educational policy development for environment and sustainability; Education and learning for climate change adaptation and resilience.
weec2015.org

29 June – 3 July: The International Conference on Advances in Functional Materials takes place at Stony Brook University, Long Island, New York, USA, in June-July. Many topics, divided into the symposia: Advances in multifunctional composite materials; Advances in thin films; Advances in polymers and ceramics; Advances in energy storage and conversion devices; Advances in biosensors and biomaterials; Advances in catalysis; Low dimensional, nano and 2D materials. Submissions deadline 15 November.
functionalmaterials.org

29 June – 3 July: The 3rd Hellenic Forum for Science, Technology and Innovation takes place at the Campus of the National Centre of Scientific Research Demokritos, in Athens, Greece, under the auspices of the Hellenic Ministry of Foreign Affairs. It covers a broad range of topics including ICT, nanotechnology, energy and environment, life sciences and accelerator technologies for society.
events.demokritos.gr

29 June – 24 July: The historic Sorbonne Universités, France’s oldest university, is holding its Summer University throughout July, offering 11 programmes taught in French and English as week-long cycles and spanning many different disciplines such as philosophy, history, art history, literature, geography, biology and physics. Teachers are from the members of Sorbonne Universités, including Paris-Sorbonne University; Pierre & Marie Curie University (UPMC); the National Museum of Natural History; and Compiegne University of Technology.
universite.ete.sorbonne-universites.fr

30 June: CHANGE OF DATE - A senior-level, keynote seminar on Priorities for Science and Innovation Policy: Opportunities, Structures and Investment takes place in London, UK, organised by Westminster Higher Education Forum. Timed to examine the government’s post-election plans for UK science and innovation policy, and informed by the House of Lords Science and Technology Committee inquiries on ‘Priorities for science, the event brings together key stakeholders from the academic community and R&D-intensive industries with policy-makers. Following the present government’s focus on ‘eight great technologies’ delegates will discuss how public funding priorities for science should be decided into the future and how to encourage further private sector investment into UK R&D, as well as the implementation and record so far of the Science and Innovation Strategy announced following the 2014 Autumn Statement. Further sessions consider more widely latest opportunities for UK universities and business to collaborate on the commercialisation of emerging technologies. The guest of honour is Dr Jack Metthey, Director, Policy Development and Coordination, DG Research and Innovation, European Commission. The event was originally scheduled for 16 June.
www.westminsterforumprojects.co.uk

By 30 June: A call for nominations for the UNESCO-Equatorial Guinea International Prize for Research in the Life Sciences has been launched. The aim is to reward the projects and activities of an individual, individuals, institutions, other entities or non-governmental organizations for scientific research in the life sciences, which have led to improving the quality of human life. The Prize encourages research as well as the establishment and development of networks of centres of excellence in the life sciences. Candidates shall have made significant research contribution to the life sciences to enhance the quality of human life. The prizewinner(s), maximum three, shall be selected by the Director-General of UNESCO on the basis of the assessments and recommendations made to her by an international jury. Submissions deadline 30 June 2015.
www.unesco.org

By 30 June; 20-22 August: The International Educators’ Conference takes place at St Paul University Philippines, Tuguegarao city, Cagayan, Philippines, in August, on the theme Bridging the Gaps in Education: Fortifying International Cooperation. The conference brings together teachers, administrators, department heads and other professionals involved in all areas of education and training, and aims to provide a forum for educators, researchers and practitioners to share knowledge and current trends in certain areas of education and training and promote stronger collaboration among participants and institutions. Sub-themes and topics are: Neuro ELT; Mind, brain and education science; Language teaching; Content areas (medical/health education; business education; international training; maths education; science education; arts education; technology education); Teaching young learners; Blended learning; Basic education; Tertiary education. Deadline for proposals submissions 30 June.
2015iec.com

By 30 June; 8-9 September: EEE 2015, the 2nd International Conference on E-Commerce, E-Business and E-Service, takes place in Singapore in September. The goal of the conference is to bring together the researchers from academia and industry as well as practitioners to share ideas, problems and solutions relating to the multifaceted aspects of E-Commerce, E-Business and E-Service. Conference proceedings will be published by DEStech Publications,USA. Paper submission deadline 30 June.
www.eee-conf.net

By 30 June; 1-4 November: WCU-6, the 6th International Conference on World-Class Universities, takes place in Shanghai, China, in November, on the theme Matching Visibility and Performance: A Standing Challenge for World-Class Universities. The event marks the 10th anniversary of Shanghai Jiao Tong University’s initiation of the biennial conference, with intensification of the ‘world-class’ movement by the proliferation of international league tables. Exploring trends, issues and implications of developing academic excellence, WCU-6 intends to stimulate discussion on the following questions: How can institutional performance be defined and measured? How can universities be “globally visible and locally engaged”? How can visibility and performance be integrated and balanced in practice? Proposals submission deadline 30 June.
www.shanghairanking.com

By 30 June; 28-31 July 2016: IABPAD, the International Academy of Business and Public Administration Disciplines, is organising conferences in Vancouver, Canada (22-25 July); Las Vegas, Nevada, USA (22-25 October); Orlando, Florida, USA (2-5 January); Dallas, Texas, USA (21-24 April); Istanbul, Turkey (28-31 July 2016). IABPAD was founded in early 2004, and aims to bring together worldwide researchers and professionals. To reach its goal, the IABPAD has constructed a publication outlet and academic conferences for global scholars. There are more than 20 topic areas including accounting, distance learning, international business, and office systems and business education.
www.iabpad.com

By 1 July; 17-18 July: REMINDER - The Humanitarian Innovation Conference 2015, Facilitating Innovation, takes place at Keble College, University of Oxford, UK, hosted by the Humanitarian Innovation Project in partnership with the World Humanitarian Summit. As interest and dialogue around humanitarian innovation continue to expand, conference participants are invited to explore the challenges of creating an enabling environment for humanitarian innovation. In the lead-up to the World Humanitarian Summit, a key focus of the conference explores how we enable innovation by and for affected communities. What does it mean to take a human-centred approach seriously, and to engage in co-creation with affected populations? It also seeks to examine what facilitation means across the wider humanitarian ecosystem, and how we can better convene the collective talents of people within and across traditional and non-traditional humanitarian actors. Registration deadline 1 July 2015.
www.oxhip.org

1 July: The seminar Competition and Regulation in Higher Education takes place in London, UK, organised by Westminster Higher Education Forum. Timed to follow the Competition and Markets Authority’s recently published review into competition and regulation in higher education, it considers the regulatory frameworks for higher education at a time of increasing competition with the undergraduate higher education market in England. Guests of honour are Heather Fry, Director (Regulation and Assurance), HEFCE; and Helen Fleming, Project Director, Competition and Regulation in Higher Education England, CMA.
www.westminsterforumprojects.co.uk

By 1 July 2015; 7-8 August 2015: The 2015 Summer Global Conference on Education takes place in Ontario, California, US, sponsored by the School of Education, University of Riverside, California. The GCE is an international refereed conference dedicated to the advancement of the theory and practices in education which aims to provide an opportunity for academicians and professionals from various educational fields with cross-disciplinary interests to bridge the knowledge gap, promote research esteem and the evolution of pedagogy. Numerous topics (see link); papers submission deadline 1 July. Related conference takes place 13-14 November 2015.
www.uofriverside.com

By 1 July; 13-17 October: ICEEPSY 2015, the 6th International Conference on Education and Educational Psychology, takes place in Istanbul, Turkey, in October, organised by Future Academy. Thematic sections are: Assessment and evaluation, teacher education, basic education, basic skills; Design learning & arts education; Adolescent growth and development & educational psychology; Leadership and collaborative policy, adult and continuing education, higher education, quality assurance / institutional effectiveness; Learning theories, effective teaching practices, second language teaching; Sport and exercise education; New approaches in psychology; Special education, education and technology, ICT, distance learning. Abstracts submission deadline 1 July.
www.futureacademy.org.uk

1-2 July: The World Summit on Climate and Territories takes place in Lyon, France, hosted by the Rhône-Alpes Region with support of the French government, and organised by local and regional authorities with non-state actors from all over the world, in the run-up to COP21, the 21st Session of the Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (see entry for 30 November – 11 December). The aims of the summit are to advance a common message in the negotiations; promote their own commitments to reducing greenhouse gases; develop proposals to boost their ability to take action.
www.regions20.org

1-3 July: Innorobo, “the only event in Europe 100% dedicated to robotics and disruptive innovations”, takes place in Lyon, France, organised by Innoecho.
innorobo.com

1-5 July: ECE2015, the 3rd European Conference on Education 2015, takes place in Brighton, UK, in July, organised by IAFOR, the International Academic Forum, on the theme Education, Power and Empowerment: Changing and Challenging Communities. Sub-themes are Education, power and community development; Education – local and global communities of practice; Communities of difference; Virtual spaces of educational communities; Power and empowerment in learning communities. Streams, each with several topics, are Learning and teaching in community spaces; Challenging and preserving traditional cultures; Learning, teaching and educational structures. The event is held alongside ECTC2015, the 3rd European Conference on Technology in the Classroom, and ECLL2015, the 3rd European Conference on Language Learning, both on the theme Integrated Practices: Creating Experiences to Enhance Learning. Registration for any one of the conference allows participants to attend sessions at the others. Abstracts submission deadline for all conferences 1 March.
iafor.org
iafor.org
iafor.org

2-4 July: The annual conference of SASE, the Society for the Advancement of Socio-Economics, an international inter-disciplinary academic organisation, takes place at the London School of Economics in London, UK, on the theme Inequality in the 21st Century. The academic disciplines represented in SASE include economics, sociology, political science, organisation studies, management, psychology, law and history.
ec.europa.eu

By 6 July; 10-12 August: The Oxford Symposium on Education Law and Human Rights takes place at Pembroke College, Oxford, UK, in August. The event covers the nature of human rights and liberties from national, regional, state constitutions and international UN conventions such as those on racial discrimination, children’s rights and elimination of all forms of discrimination against women. Other issues might include due process, Magna Carta, Blackstone’s Commentaries as historical antecedents to today’s education and human rights laws; US constitutional law; the European Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms. See second link for specific topic suggestions. Abstract submissions deadline 6 July.
www.oxford-education-law-symposium.com
www.oxford-education-law-symposium.com

6-8 July: Edulearn15, the 7th annual International Conference on Education and New Learning Technologies, takes place in Barcelona, Spain, in July, organised by IATED, the International Academy of Technology, Education and Development. Broad conference themes, each with several topics, are: Experiences in education; Pedagogical innovations in education; Career development and training; Experiences in research; International projects; General education issues; E-learning; Computer supported collaborative work; Emerging technologies in education; Educational software and serious games; E-content management and development. Abstract submissions deadline 26 March.
iated.org

6-24 July: The Refugee Studies Centre of the Oxford Department of International Development at the University of Oxford is holding its International Summer School in Forced Migration in Oxford, UK. It fosters dialogue between academics, practitioners and policy-makers working to improve the situation of refugees and forced migrants; and offers an intensive, interdisciplinary and participative approach to the study of forced migration and aims to enable people working with refugees and other forced migrants to reflect critically on the forces and institutions that dominate the world of the displaced. Applications from mid-career and senior policy-makers involved with humanitarian assistance and policy-making for forced migrants, as well as researchers studying forced migration, are welcome.
www.rsc.ox.ac.uk

18-20 August: The World Congress and Expo on Applied Microbiology takes place in Frankfurt, Germany, in August, on the theme State-of-the-art Trends in Applied Microbial Industries, Biotech and Pharmaceuticals. Conference tracks are: Microbial characterisation – identifying novel strains; Art of manufacturing – vaccines, antibiotics and antimicrobials; Bench to bedside – microbiology of bacteria, viral and fungi; Million dollar science – microbes in food industries; Protein engineering and enzymology; High yield techniques – soil and agricultural microbiology; Bioremediation – methods of recycling and waste management; A world within – exploring marine ecology; Cost effective tools – systems biology and bioinformatics; Saving lives – modern diagnostic techniques; Addressing energy crisis – biofuels and petroleum microbiology. Abstracts submissions deadline 30 June.
microbiology.omicsgroup.com By 25 February; 22-24 March: ACES 2015, the 2nd Asian Conference on Education for Sustainability, takes place in Hiroshima, Japan, in March. In addition to 25 educational tracks, special ACES topics are Education for sustainable development; Equity and social justice; Higher education sustainability; Home education (homeschooling); Human rights education. Proposals deadline 25 February.
presdafoundation.org

17-20 August: WCSNE-2015, the World Congress on Special Needs Education, takes place at Temple University, Philadelphia, USA, in August, organised by Infonomics Society. Broad topic areas are: Accessible world; Art education; Assistive technologies; Business education; Course management; Curriculum, research and development; Educational foundations; Interaction and cultural models of disability; Learning/teaching methodologies and assessment; Global issues in education and research; Pedagogy; Research management; Ubiquitous learning; Research in progress; Other areas of education. Submissions deadline 25 February.
www.wcsne.org

21-23 August: EESED2015, the 2015 International Conference on Energy, Environmental and Sustainable Ecosystem Development, takes place in Kunming, Yunnan, China, sponsored by Science and Engineering Research Center. Broad conference areas, each with several topics are: Energy science and technology; Environmental science and engineering; Renewable energy and sustainable development; Energy, environmental and sustainable ecological development. Paper submission deadline 10 March.
www.ic3e-2015.org

20-22 August: The International Educators’ Conference takes place at St Paul University Philippines, Tuguegarao city, Cagayan, Philippines, in August, on the theme Bridging the Gaps in Education: Fortifying International Cooperation. The conference brings together teachers, administrators, department heads and other professionals involved in all areas of education and training, and aims to provide a forum for educators, researchers and practitioners to share knowledge and current trends in certain areas of education and training and promote stronger collaboration among participants and institutions. Sub-themes and topics are: Neuro ELT; Mind, brain and education science; Language teaching; Content areas (medical/health education; business education; international training; maths education; science education; arts education; technology education); Teaching young learners; Blended learning; Basic education; Tertiary education. Deadline for proposals submissions 30 June.
2015iec.com

23-24 August: CAAI2015, the 2015 International Conference on Control, Automation and Artificial Intelligence, takes place in Phuket, Thailand, in August. Broad areas, each with many topics, are: Artificial intelligence and application; Industrial engineering and applications; Software process; Communication technology; Network and intelligence security; Data mining; Knowledge-based systems; Other related topics. Proposals submissions deadline 15 May.
www.caai2015.org

24-27 August: The COHRED Global Forum on Research and Innovation for Health 2015 takes place in Manila, Philippines, sponsored by the Council on Health Research for Development. Conference tracks are: Increasing the effectiveness of research and innovation (through) social accountability, increasing investments, country-driven capacity building; and The role of research and innovation (in improving) food and nutrition safety and security, health in mega-cities, disaster risk reduction.
www.forum2015.org

24-28 August: The Global Youth Agro Summit takes place in Canberra, Australia, in August, organised by the Australian Future Farmers Network and Bayer CropScience to discuss ideas and deliver action on how to feed a growing world population – an estimated nine billion by 2050. Young people aged 18-25 who are personally, professionally and academically interested in agriculture, food security, environment and social stewardship are invited to submit an essay outlining their ideas on the causes, impacts and possible solutions to global food security and, if successful, receive an invitation to attend the summit. Deadline for submission of essays 30 January.
www.youthagsummit.com

25-28 August: The 55th annual ERSA Congress takes place in Lisbon, Portugal, organised by the European Regional Science Association on the theme World Renaissance – Changing Roles for People and Places. The conference aims to cover all fields of regional science and includes plenary and thematic sessions, technical visits on topics such as maritime clusters and regions, urban planning and management of Lisbon. It provides a platform for understanding current economic, social and policy issues at the regional level.
www.ersalisbon2015.org

26-27 August: IRMIC2015, the International Research Management and Innovation Conference, takes place in Langkawi, Malaysia, in August on the theme Academic Research and Innovation: Beyond Ethical Spectrum. Sub-themes include: Islamic Studies, Sciences, Information Technology, Multimedia; Social Sciences covering the areas of Education Management, Accounting, Finance, Marketing, Economy, Communication, Language & Linguistics, Legal, Psychology, Anthropology, Arts & Design, Family Research, Human Development, Music, Sports Science, Sociology, Hospitality and Tourism, Research Management System. Abstracts submission deadline 29 May.
rmc.kuis.edu.my

By 1 September; 7-10 January: IICLLHAWAII2016, the IAFOR International Conference on Language Learning 2016, takes place in Honolulu, Hawai’i, USA, in January, organised by the International Academic Forum on the theme Convergence and Divergence. Held along with the IAFOR International Conference on Technology in the Classroom and the IAFOR International Conference on Education. Submissions deadline 1 September.
iafor.org

By 4 September; 11-12 September: The 2015 Fall Global Leadership and Management Conference takes place in Los Angeles Metro Area, California, USA, on 11-12 September, organised by the University of Riverside. This international refereed conference is dedicated to the advancement of the theory and practices in leadership and management, and promotes collaborative excellence between academicians and professionals from Management and Leadership disciplines. Final papers submission deadline 4 September.
www.uofriverside.com

5-8 September: The 6th EMBO Meeting takes place in Birmingham, UK, in September. The annual event is held in Europe to promote the life sciences and the exchange of scientific results, and encourages scientists to look beyond their own fields, engage with the international scientific community and explore interdisciplinary approaches to research in the life sciences – from studies of molecules and the cell, to investigation of larger, complex biological systems. Abstracts submissions deadline 10 June.
the-embo-meeting.org

6-9 September: The EUPRIO Conference 2015 takes place in Perugia, Italy, organised by the European Universities Public Relations and Information Officers Association on the theme Turn it Upside Down. With the world of higher education in flux with developments such as digitisation, globalisation and privatisation having a major impact on the sector, the conference considers what the university, the communications and marketing department, and the professional of the future will be like.
www.euprio.eu

7 September: The symposium Challenges of Research Targeting Children in Resource-poor Settings and the Uptake of Results is held during the 9th European Congress on Tropical Medicine and International Health in Basel, Switzerland. Participants will discuss ways to use research results to improve children’s health in developing countries.
europa.eu

7-10 September: The international conference and exhibition Immersion 2015 takes place at the Sorbonne University in Paris, France, organised by the Immersive Education Initiative. It addresses the personal and cultural impact of immersive technologies such as virtual reality, augmented reality, holograms and holography, wearable computing, mechanical and neural brain interfaces, cybernetics, affective computing, neuro-gaming technologies, 3D printing, personal robotics, telepresence, virtual worlds, simulations, game-based learning and training systems and fully immersive environments such as caves and domes.
immersiveeducation.org

8-9 September: EEE 2015, the 2nd International Conference on E-Commerce, E-Business and E-Service, takes place in Singapore in September. The goal of the conference is to bring together the researchers from academia and industry as well as practitioners to share ideas, problems and solutions relating to the multifaceted aspects of E-Commerce, E-Business and E-Service. Conference proceedings will be published by DEStech Publications,USA. Paper submission deadline 30 June.
www.eee-conf.net

8-10 September: ISEP 2015-Fall, the 2015 International Symposium on Education and Psychology – Fall Session, takes place in Kyoto, Japan, in September. Nearly 60 topics, under the broad areas Child and family education; Education policy and administration; Education theory and practice; Others; Psychology. Abstract/paper submission deadline 10 June.
tw-knowledge.org

8-11 September: The Rheumatology and Aging Conference 2015 takes place in Cambridge, UK, in September, organised by Zing Conferences. The event focuses on the cells that control the immune system, their function in health, disease and aging, and the role of inflammation on musculoskeletal diseases of aging. Abstracts submission deadline for talks 8 July; for posters 8 August.
www.zingconferences.com

9-11 September: The international conference The University and the City: An Agenda for the New Century takes place in Pavia, Italy, organised by the Conference of Italian Universities Rectors, CRUI, and the University of Pavia. The conference aims to analyse and debate the relations between the university and the city, and highlight how the continuous exchange and contact between the city and the university brings an array of advantages to the urban context of reference and to the population living these areas. Topics include innovation and development, the urban context and cultural heritage, and health and welfare.
www.universitacitta.it

By 10 September; 11-15 October: #IECVegas15, the 2015 International Education Conference in Las Vegas, takes place in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA, in October, organised by the Clute Institute. More than 25 topics, from Accreditation through Distance education and International education to Tenure. Initial submissions deadline 10 September.
www.cluteinstitute.com

11-12 September: The 2015 Fall Global Leadership and Management Conference takes place in Los Angeles Metro Area, California, USA, on 11-12 September, organised by the University of Riverside. This international refereed conference is dedicated to the advancement of the theory and practices in leadership and management, and promotes collaborative excellence between academicians and professionals from Management and Leadership disciplines. Final papers submission deadline 4 September.
www.uofriverside.com

13-16 September: WSSF2015, the World Social Science Forum, takes place in Durban, South Africa, in September. This global event of the International Social Science Council brings together researchers and stakeholders in international social science cooperation to address current topical global issues and future priorities for international social science. The forum promotes innovative and cross-disciplinary work, cross-science collaborations in the natural and human sciences and engagement with donors and decision makers in the science community worldwide. Themes include Challenges and opportunities for overcoming global inequality; Drivers, catalysts and determinants of inequality in the global system; Ethics, social policy and inequality; History, trends and patterns of global inequality; Inequality, poverty and citizenship; Nature, dimensions, types and sites of inequality; Policies, experiences and experiments in combating inequality; Theorising and measuring inequality. Abstracts submission deadline 1 March.
www.hsrc.ac.za

14-15 September: An ‘Info Day’ on the European Commission’s Horizon 2020 Work Programme 2016-17 Secure, Clean and Efficient Energy takes place in Brussels, Belgium. The programme is presented on 14 September; in-depth sessions on various calls of the programme are held on the 15th.
ec.europa.eu

15-18 September: The 27th Annual EAIE Conference takes place in Glasgow, Scotland, UK, organised by the European Association for International Education. Conference topics cover Mobility; Partnership and networks; Admissions and accreditation; EAIE – get involved; Leadership and strategy; Learning, teaching and curriculum; Student experience; Marketing and recruitment; European-funded programmes. Speakers include Baroness Helena Kennedy, QC, barrister, broadcaster, and member of the House of Lords; Donald Clark, e-learning entrepreneur and blogger; and Terry Waite, humanitarian.
www.eaie.org

16-18 September: SP2015, the third edition of the European Union’s Sustainable Places Event, takes place in Savona, Italy, in September. It aims to bring together scientists, researchers and engineers from research institutes and industry to tackle the challenge of ensuring long-term environmental sustainability of ever-growing, densifying urban areas in a resource-constrained world. Contributions should present recent results and innovative work on energy efficiency at building, district and city levels and introduce inputs of research and innovation EU-funded projects. The conference encourages networking and clustering among projects funded in the framework of the FP7/H2020 EeB PPP. Participants have the opportunity to assess innovative initiatives, access up-to-date information, discuss market trends and envision possible synergies. Contributions deadline 30 May.
sustainable-places.eu

16-23 September: NAP-2015, the 5th International Conference Nanomaterials: Applications and Properties 2015, takes place in Lviv, Ukraine, in September. Conference tracks are: Properties and characteristics of surfaces and interfaces; Nanostructured thin films; Functional nanostructured coatings; Plasma and ions for surface engineering - radiation effects; Measurement and analysis of nanoscale; Magnetic find particles and multilayers; Nanopolymers and nanocomposites – synthesis and applications; Carbon based nanoscale materials; Nanomaterials for energy applications; Nanomaterials applications in biotechnologies and medicine; Nanomaterials applications in electronics, spintronics and photonics. Submissions deadline 1 June.
nap.sumdu.edu.ua

20-22 September: The Third 21st Century Academic Forum Conference at Harvard takes place at the Martin Conference Center at Harvard, Boston, Massachusetts, USA, in September, on the theme Facilitating, Fostering and Harnessing Innovation to Meet Key Challenges of the 21st Century. Broad conference themes, each with many topics, are: Teaching and learning in the 21st Century; Creativity, Innovation and Entrepreneurship; Socially responsible / impactful research. Final abstract submission deadline 24 July.
www.21caf.org

20-21 September: SMCE2015, the 2015 International Conference on Software, Multimedia and Communication Engineering, takes place in Hong Kong, China, in September. Numerous topics under general themes: Software processing; Multimedia processing; Communication systems; Artificial Intelligence and Application; Signal Processing; Other related topics. Paper submissions deadline 20 April.
www.smce2015.org

20-22 September: The AACSB Annual Accreditation Conference takes place in Chicago, Illinois, USA, organised by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. The event is designed to address important issues affecting business schools, such as technology, faculty models, research impact, globalisation, accountability and more, in the context of accreditation.
www.aacsb.edu

By 21 September; 13-15 November: IC21CE 2015, the International Conference on 21st Century Education, and ICLLT, the International Conference on Language Learning and Teaching, take place in Dubai, UAE, organised by the 21st Century Academic Forum and the hosts, the Higher Colleges of Technology. The theme of IC21CE is Learning by Doing: Preparing 21st Century Citizens for Work and Life; and of ICLLT Language Learning and Teaching Opportunities in the 21st Century. Abstracts submission deadline for both conferences 21 September.
www.21caf.org
www.21caf.org

21-23 September: SAICE 2015, the South Africa International Conference on Education, takes place in Pretoria, South Africa. It aims to offer a platform for academics and researchers from all over the world to deliberate, network and present a wide range of perspectives, scholarship and expertise and present a wide range of perspectives, scholarship, and expertise in the pursuit of excellence in education. 45 topics from Accounting education to Vocational education.
aa-rf.org

22-24 September: The 2015 HETL Minneapolis Conference takes place in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA, in September, organised by the Higher Education Teaching and Learning Association on the theme Learning Without Borders. Possible topics include: Global citizenship; Diversity and equity; Intercultural pedagogy; Internationalisation of the curriculum; Mobile learning technologies. Proposals deadline 27 October. See listing for 20-22 January for information about the HETL 2015 Utah Conference.
www.hetl.org

25 September: The annual European Researchers’ Night – Exploring Science through Fun Learning takes place in about 300 cities in 24 European and neighbouring countries. The events are supported by the European Commission as part of the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions, an EU programme to boost European research careers.
ec.europa.eu

7-8 July: The 12th Annual Online Learning Consortium Blended Learning Conference and Workshop takes place in Denver, Colorado, USA, sponsored by the Online Learning Consortium on the theme Blended Learning: Leading Education’s Digital Future. Conference tracks are: Best practices; Research and evaluation; Innovation and experimentation.
olc.onlinelearningconsortium.org

7-9 July: Macau-CPEL, the 2015 Macau Conference on Psychology, Education and Learning, takes place in Macau, China, in July. Broad conference areas, each with several topics, include: Psychology; Child and family education; Education policy and administration; Education theory and practice; Learning; Others. Abstract/paper submission deadline 15 April.
soci-science.org

By 8 July and 8 August; 8-11 September: The Rheumatology and Aging Conference 2015 takes place in Cambridge, UK, in September, organised by Zing Conferences. The event focuses on the cells that control the immune system, their function in health, disease and aging, and the role of inflammation on musculoskeletal diseases of aging. Abstracts submission deadline for talks 8 July; for posters 8 August.
www.zingconferences.com

8-10 July: The Public Speaking Seminar for Research and Teaching takes place in Lisbon, Portugal, organised by the Lupcon Center for Business Research. The event “builds the foundation for you to become a truly skilled communicator in research and teaching settings (eg conference presentations, class lectures, invited speeches)”.
www.lcbr-online.com

8-10 July: The 22nd International Conference of Europeanists takes place at Sciences Po, Paris, France, organised by the Council for European Studies at Columbia University, New York, on the theme Contradictions: Envisioning European Futures. Proposals deadline 10 October.
councilforeuropeanstudies.org

9-10 July: ICSSM 2015, the 2015 2nd International Conference on Solid State and Materials, takes place in St. John’s, Antigua and Barbuda, in July. There are 88 topics under the broad themes: New materials and advanced materials; Manufacturing processes and systems; Advanced design technology; Automation and computer engineering; Computer engineering topics. Paper submission deadline 1 June.
www.icssm-conf.net

9-11 July: The 22nd International Conference on Learning takes place at the Universidad San Pablo CEU, Madrid, Spain, in July, organised by The Learner Knowledge Community and focusing on the question What Counts as Learning? Big Data, Little Data, Evidence and Assessment. Themes are: Pedagogy and curriculum; Assessment and evaluation; Educational organisation and leadership; Early childhood learning; Learning in higher education; Adult, community and professional learning; Learner diversity and identities; Technologies in learning; Literacies learning; Science, mathematics and technology learning. Current abstracts proposals deadline (organised in monthly rounds) 2 September.
thelearner.com

10 July; 12-13 November: A workshop about Innovation Policies for Cultural Heritage Institutions takes place in Budapest, Hungary, in July, to present an advanced version of the Roadmap designed under the Civic Epistemologies European Union-funded project to broaden e-infrastructure deployment to support citizen researchers in digital culture (first link). In November Unlock the Innovation Potential of Digital Heritage, the final conference of the Civic Epistemologies project, takes place in Berlin, Germany, to illustrate and promote the Roadmap indicating steps to improve the relationship between cultural heritage and society (second link).
www.civic-epistemologies.eu
www.civic-epistemologies.eu

10 July: The 1st CineDrones Festival / International Festival of the UAVs Movies in Europe takes place in Bordeaux, France, in July, launched by Bordeaux Technowest. The festival is dedicated to promoting films incorporating aerial shots made by drones. Professionals and amateurs from all over the world are invited to enter the competition to present their films in one of the following six categories: Fictional film; Documentaries – sport and culture; Music videos; Advertising; Enterprises’ movies; FPV racing (drones race for strong and sensational images). Deadline for entries 15 June.
www.filmfestplatform.com

By 10 July; 2-4 August: SLATE, the Asian Conference on Second Language Acquisition and Teacher Education, takes place in Hiroshima, Japan, in August, on the theme Language in the 21st Century. About 50 conference topics from Applied linguistics to Virtual classroom – final proposals deadline 10 July. The conference precedes the 70th Hiroshima Peace Memorial and Remembrance ceremony.
esdfocus.org

By 12 July; 10-13 November: The EGI Community Forum 2015, Building Next Generation e-Infrastructures through Communities, takes place in Bari, Italy, in November, organised by European Grid Infrastructure. It aims at gathering tool developers, infrastructure providers, data providers and research communities to work together towards open science. Topics cover: Community engagement and innovation; Virtual research environments; Data and computing; Identity provision, authentication, authorisation and accounting; Open science commons. Contributions deadline for workshops, user community meetings, tutorials, posters and demonstrations 12 July.
cf2015.egi.eu

15 July: A workshop on Widening Participation in Student Mobility Programmes is organised in London, UK, by the Universities UK International Unit’s Go International Programme. The event supports the UK Strategy for Outward Mobility which aims to increase the proportion of UK domiciled students who access international experience as part of their higher education. Recent HESA statistics confirm that UK HE students are accessing a range of outward mobility opportunities ranging from one week to a full academic year. Despite this the proportion of the overall student population going overseas remains low and the participation rate of certain student groups, such as those from disadvantaged backgrounds or disabled students, is even lower.
www.go.international.ac.uk

By 15 July; 2-5 December: 2015 IRCHE, the 2015 International Research Conference on Higher Education, takes place in Manila, Philippines, in December, organised by the Polytechnic University of the Philippines in partnership with the Commission on Higher Education on the theme Social Capital and Innovation: Bridging the Knowledge Gap for International Competitiveness. The conference showcases multidisciplinary intellectual exploration in higher education in the following research areas: Science, engineering and technology; Education and institutional research; Business and finance; Humanities, social science and communication. Submissions deadline 15 July.
www.irche.org

By 16 July; 16-18 November: ICERI2015, the 8th annual International Conference of Education, Research and Innovation, takes place in Seville, Spain in November. Many topics, under the broad themes Global issues in education and research; Education – new trends and experiences; New challenges for the higher education area; Teacher training; Curriculum design; Accreditation and quality in education; Research – new trends and experiences; University-industry cooperation; International projects; Technology in teaching and learning; Emerging technologies in education; E-content management and development. Abstract submission deadline 16 July.
iated.org

17-18 July: The Humanitarian Innovation Conference 2015, Facilitating Innovation, takes place at Keble College, University of Oxford, UK, hosted by the Humanitarian Innovation Project in partnership with the World Humanitarian Summit. As interest and dialogue around humanitarian innovation continue to expand, conference participants are invited to explore the challenges of creating an enabling environment for humanitarian innovation. In the lead-up to the World Humanitarian Summit, a key focus of the conference explores how we enable innovation by and for affected communities. What does it mean to take a human-centred approach seriously, and to engage in co-creation with affected populations? It also seeks to examine what facilitation means across the wider humanitarian ecosystem, and how we can better convene the collective talents of people within and across traditional and non-traditional humanitarian actors. Registration deadline 1 July 2015.
www.oxhip.org

17-18 July: The Humanitarian Innovation Conference 2015, Facilitating Innovation, takes place at Keble College, University of Oxford, UK, in July, hosted by the Humanitarian Innovation Project in partnership with the World Humanitarian Summit. A key focus of the conference is how we enable innovation by and for affected communities; it also seeks to examine what facilitation means across the wider humanitarian ecosystem and how we can better convene the collective talents of people within and across traditional and non-traditional humanitarian actors. Conference themes include: Overcoming institutional barriers; Knowledge exchange and education for innovation; Evidence, metrics and research; Ethics and principles for humanitarian innovation; Spaces and places of innovation. Submissions deadline 31 March.
www.oxhip.org

18-19 July: The 10th Annual International Conference of the Asia Association for Global Studies takes place at International Christian University, Mitaka, Tokyo, Japan, titled Uneasy Street: Life, Work and Precarity in a Globalised World. The premise is that precarity increasingly characterises life and work for growing segments of the world’s population. In the developing world a growing reliance on part-time and contract workers, adoption of labour-saving techniques, outsourcing of manufacturing and service jobs abroad and a fraying safety net have lowered living standards and given rise to higher levels of stress and anxiety. In the Global South low wages, unemployment and underemployment, competition for land and resources and environmental degradation threaten livelihoods and wellbeing of broad swathes of humanity. The conference seeks answers to questions such as: How do the situations of populations under economic strain in different regions of the world compare or relate? What are the implications for individuals, communities, nations and the world at large of increased precarity? How do vulnerable groups cope in the face of instability and uncertainty? What can be done to create a less precarious and more human-centric world? Proposals deadline 30 March.
www.aags.org

19-25 July: The European Entrepreneurship Colloquium takes place at UnternehmerTUM and Technical University of Munich, Germany, organised by the European Forum for Entrepreneurship Research. The intensive one-week residential programme is specifically designed for European professors and educators seeking to integrate effective, appropriate and interactive approaches, and practical skills in teaching entrepreneurship. Deadline for applications 30 April.
www.efer.eu

20-22 July: The 12th International Conference of Engaged Scholars and Practitioners takes place in Sydney, Australia, organised by Engagement Australia on the theme Changing Times: Changing Agendas. As the Australian higher education sector is undergoing great change around the fundamental question of the purpose of post-secondary education, the conference considers how to “better connect, better collaborate and better engage with the world around us” if the nation hopes to stay competitive.
www.engagementaustralia.org.au

By 21 July; 1-2 October: The 7th International Conference on Science in Society takes place in Chicago, Illinois, USA, in October, on the theme Educating Science. The focus is on how ‘science’ educates and is educated by the social world: How does the teaching of scientific methodologies help produce better students, citizens and community leaders? What are the feedback loops connecting science and the social worlds of teachers and learners? Issues for debate include: Values and politics of science; Social impacts and economics of science; Knowledge systems and pedagogies of science. Final proposal submission deadline 21 July.
science-society.com

22 July: The workshop Fear of Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) as Grounds for Seeking Asylum takes place in Oxford, UK, in July, organised by Oxford Rights Workshops. This workshop introduces participants to the types of FGM, the laws against it in the UK and international law; countries from where you might expect to receive asylum seekers; the potential health risks that results from FGM; how the fear of FGM is grounds for claiming asylum, constitutes child abuse, and where the claimant is an adult FGM amounts to torture, inhumane and degrading treatment. The workshop is suitable for legal professionals, researchers, NGO staff, government personnel and practitioners. Registration deadline 1 June.
www.oxfordrightsworkshops.co.uk

22-25 July: The Global Biotechnology Congress 2015 takes place in Boston, Massachusetts, USA, organised by Eureka Conference in July, aiming to highlight the translational nature of modern biotechnological research with emphasis on basic and applied science. Among other areas the conference focuses on pharmaceutical biotechnology, vaccines, CNS, cancer, antibodies, protein engineering, plant and environmental biotechnology, transgenic plants and crops, bioremediation, microbial diversity, business development, strategic alliances, partnering trends, product opportunities, growth business models, strategies and licensing in biotechnology. Abstracts submission deadline 31 January.
biotechnology-conference.us

23-24 July: APCAR-2015, the 1st Asia Pacific Conference on Advanced Research, takes place at Flinders University, Adelaide, South Australia, in July, organised by APIAR, the Asia Pacific Institute of Advanced Research, on the theme Advanced Research for Global Development. The conference covers many topics in the areas of Business, Social sciences, Education and Information and communications technology. Paper submission deadline 30 March.
apiar.org.au

23-25 July: The symposium Public Engagement and the Politics of Evidence in an Age of Neoliberalism and Audit Culture takes place at the University of Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada. The event examines accelerating trends in higher education: neoliberalism, the politics of evidence and the audit culture; and in an age in which value is often equated with accountancy examines the place in the academy for public intellectualism, community engagement, indigenous epistemologies and how the the impact of scholarship is, and ought to be, justly assessed. Questions to be explored include: What counts as scholarship and why? How do we achieve accountability in an age of accountancy? How do we measure research impact? Impact for whom? Who and how do we determine whose evidence and what research is legitimate? What can be done? – How do we effect change to university practices?
www.politicsofevidence.ca

By 24 July; 20-22 September: The Third 21st Century Academic Forum Conference at Harvard takes place at the Martin Conference Center at Harvard, Boston, Massachusetts, USA, in September, on the theme Facilitating, Fostering and Harnessing Innovation to Meet Key Challenges of the 21st Century. Broad conference themes, each with many topics, are: Teaching and learning in the 21st Century; Creativity, Innovation and Entrepreneurship; Socially responsible / impactful research. Final abstract submission deadline 24 July.
www.21caf.org

By 24 July; 19 October – 4 December: The International Institute for Educational Planning (IIEP) is offering a new interactive, practice-oriented online course on Transparency, accountability and anti-corruption measures in education from 19 October to 4 December. The aim is to strengthen the skills of participants to assess corruption risks and to design ade4quate tools and strategies that address the lack of transparency and accountability in the education sector. Expected learning outcomes are that at the end of the course participants will be able to: define key concepts related to transparency, accountability and corruption issues; map major corruption risks in selected domains of educational management; understand the use of public expenditure tracking surveys (PETS), quantitative service delivery surveys (QSDS), report card surveys and audit methods to diagnose and assess corruption; formulate adequate policies and strategies for improving transparency and accountability in selected domains of educational management. The course is designed for planners and administrators from ministries of education in developing countries worldwide. The course is in English and upon successful completion participants will receive a UNESCO-IIEP certificate of participation. Applications deadline 24 July.
www.iiep.unesco.org

22-25 July: IABPAD, the International Academy of Business and Public Administration Disciplines, is organising conferences in Vancouver, Canada (22-25 July); Las Vegas, Nevada, USA (22-25 October); Orlando, Florida, USA (2-5 January); Dallas, Texas, USA (21-24 April); Istanbul, Turkey (28-31 July 2016). IABPAD was founded in early 2004, and aims to bring together worldwide researchers and professionals. To reach its goal, the IABPAD has constructed a publication outlet and academic conferences for global scholars. There are more than 20 topic areas including accounting, distance learning, international business, and office systems and business education.
www.iabpad.com

26-27 July: CCSS2015, the 2015 International Conference on Cloud Computing and Services Science takes place in Macau, China, in July. Many topics within broad areas of Cloud computing and engineering; Services science for cloud computing; Cloud computing platforms and applications; Cloud computing enabling technology; Other related topics. Submissions deadline 1 March.
www.ccss2015.org

27 July: The workshop Palestine Refugees and the Interpretation of Article 1D takes place in Oxford, UK, in July, organised by Oxford Rights Workshops. The workshop focuses on legal issues relating to Palestinians who seek asylum in the UK, and examines: The historical situation of Palestine refugees; International law of Palestine refugees and Article 1D’s interpretations; Litigating asylum claims in the UK and interpreting the ECJs El Kott decision and UNHCR interpretive notes under UK asylum law and practice. The course is suitable for legal professionals, researchers, postgraduate students and those with an interest in immigration law. Registration deadline 5 June.
www.oxfordrightsworkshops.co.uk

By 27 July; 12-14 October: ADVED’15, the International Conference on Advances in Education and Social Sciences, takes place in Istanbul, Turkey in October. This multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary international conference provides an opportunity to bring together professors, researchers and higher education students of different disciplines to discuss new issues and discover the most recent research in all fields of education, social sciences and humanities in a multicultural atmosphere. Conference topics include all areas of Education; communication, accounting, finance, economics, management, business, marketing, education, sociology, psychology, political science, law and all other areas of social sciences; also all areas of humanities including anthropology, archaeology, architecture, art, ethics, folklore studies, history, language studies, literature, methodological studies, music, philosophy, poetry, theatre. Abstract submissions deadline 27 July.
iated.org

By 1 August; 10-12 November: ICEPL 2015-Fall, the 2015 International Conference on Education, Psychology and Learning – Fall Session, takes place in Nagoya, Japan, in November. Sixty-five topics in broad areas of Psychology; Child and family education; Education policy and administration; Education theory and practice; Learning; Others. Submissions deadline 1 August.
iainst.org

2-4 August: SLATE, the Asian Conference on Second Language Acquisition and Teacher Education, takes place in Hiroshima, Japan, in August, on the theme Language in the 21st Century. About 50 conference topics from Applied linguistics to Virtual classroom – final proposals deadline 10 July. The conference precedes the 70th Hiroshima Peace Memorial and Remembrance ceremony.
esdfocus.org

2-6 August 2015: ICCB-ECCB, the 27th International Congress for Conservation Biology and the 4th European Congress for Conservation Biology, take place in Montpellier, France, in August 2015, organised by the French Foundation for Research on Biodiversity and Agropolis International and hosted by the Society for Conservation Biology, on the theme Mission Biodiversity: Choosing New Paths for Conservation. The programme of the multidisciplinary meeting will emphasise science-policy and science-society dialogues using interactive sessions and symposia. Proposals for symposia, courses, workshops deadline 31 October.
www.iccb-eccb2015.org

2-6 August: The 2015 International Education Conference takes place in New York City, USA, organised by the Clute Institute. More than 25 topics, from Accreditation to Tenure. As well as the Education Conference the institute is hosting a business conference on the same days, same place. One registration fee allows attendance at both conferences.
www.cluteinstitute.com

By 3 August; 19-21 November: EQAF, the 10th European Quality Assurance Forum Taking Stock and Looking Forward, takes place in London, UK, in November, organised by the European University Association (EUA), the European Association for Quality Assurance in Higher Education (ENQA), the European Students Union (ESU) and the European Association of Institutions in Higher Education (EURASHE), and hosted by the Quality Assurance Agency and UCL Institute of Education. The Forum this year examines quality assurance in the European Higher Education Area from a variety of perspectives and explores ways in which concrete practices in institutions and agencies reflect European level policies. The organisers are calling for contributions for papers and workshops from QA practitioners in higher education institutions and quality assurance agencies, students and researchers in the field. Deadline for contributions is 3 August.
eua.be

3-5 August: The Oxonia International Conference: Research Enterprise, Innovation and Entrepreneurship, takes place at Said Business School, Oxford, UK, organised by Oxonia University Network and Oxford City Academy for Education and Development. The conference is aimed at people who are engaged in the knowledge economy, either through active involvement in research activities as an academic or student; or as an investor or provider of services such as incubator centres or enterprise hubs. Their disciplines include, but are not limited to, Engineering science; Medical and biological science; Computing and information technology; Business and finance, social sciences; Humanities and media.
conference.oxonianetwork.org.uk

3-6 August: ELS15, the International Conference on Education, Language and Society, takes place at the University of Redlands, California, USA, in August. ELS15 is a multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary international conference that provides a multinational platform to bring together professors, researchers, and students of higher education to discuss new trends and discover the most recent research in all fields of education, language, and society. Abstract submission deadline 10 June.
www.els15.org

By 4 August; 2-3 November: The 8th International Conference on e-Learning and Innovative Pedagogies takes place at the University of California, Santa Cruz, USA, in November, with special focus on The Future of Education: Advanced Computing, Ubiquitous Learning and the Knowledge Economy. Conference themes are: Pedagogies; Institutions; Technologies; Social transformations. Submissions deadline 4 August.
ubi-learn.com
ubi-learn.com

5-7 August: ISTEL 2015 – Summer, the 2015 International Symposium on Teaching, Education, and Learning - Summer Session takes place in Fukuoka, Japan, in August. More than 30 topics under the broad areas of teaching, education and learning – see 2nd link. Paper submissions deadline 15 May.
soci-science.org
soci-science.org

5-7 August: ICEPS 2015, the 2nd International Conference on Education, Psychology and Social Sciences, takes place in Taipei, Taiwan, in August. Many topics around the three themes; abstracts/papers submission 30 April.
iceps2015.conf.tw

7-8 August: The 2015 Summer Global Conference on Education takes place in Ontario, California, US, sponsored by the School of Education, University of Riverside, California. The GCE is an international refereed conference dedicated to the advancement of the theory and practices in education which aims to provide an opportunity for academicians and professionals from various educational fields with cross-disciplinary interests to bridge the knowledge gap, promote research esteem and the evolution of pedagogy. Numerous topics (see link). Related conference takes place 13-14 November 2015.
www.uofriverside.com

By 8 August; 8-11 September: The Rheumatology and Aging Conference 2015 takes place in Cambridge, UK, in September, organised by Zing Conferences. The event focuses on the cells that control the immune system, their function in health, disease and aging, and the role of inflammation on musculoskeletal diseases of aging. Abstracts submission deadline for talks 8 July; for posters 8 August.
www.zingconferences.com

10-11 August: The AACSB Latin American and Caribbean Annual Conference takes place in Lima, Peru, organised by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. The event will address a wide range of important challenges facing business schools in the region, including expectations for impact, fostering innovation and entrepreneurship, responsible management education and sustainability, changing business and faculty models, and the impact of technological advances.
www.aacsb.edu

10-12 August: The Oxford Symposium on Education Law and Human Rights takes place at Pembroke College, Oxford, UK, in August. The event covers the nature of human rights and liberties from national, regional, state constitutions and international UN conventions such as those on racial discrimination, children’s rights and elimination of all forms of discrimination against women. Other issues might include due process, Magna Carta, Blackstone’s Commentaries as historical antecedents to today’s education and human rights laws; US constitutional law; the European Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms. See second link for specific topic suggestions. Abstract submissions deadline 6 July.
www.oxford-education-law-symposium.com
www.oxford-education-law-symposium.com

15-16 August: MSMI2015, THE 2015 International Conference on Management Science and Management Innovation, takes place in August in Guilin, China. Nearly 40 topics relating to management science and management innovation. Full submissions deadline 15 April.
www.bmhr2015.org

18-20 August: The World Congress and Expo on Applied Microbiology takes place in Frankfurt, Germany, on the theme State-of-the-art Trends in Applied Microbial Industries, Biotech and Pharmaceuticals. Conference tracks are: Microbial characterisation – identifying novel strains; Art of manufacturing – vaccines, antibiotics and antimicrobials; Bench to bedside – microbiology of bacteria, viral and fungi; Million dollar science – microbes in food industries; Protein engineering and enzymology; High yield techniques – soil and agricultural microbiology; Bioremediation – methods of recycling and waste management; A world within – exploring marine ecology; Cost effective tools – systems biology and bioinformatics; Saving lives – modern diagnostic techniques; Addressing energy crisis – biofuels and petroleum microbiology.
microbiology.omicsgroup.com

17-20 August: WCSNE-2015, the World Congress on Special Needs Education, takes place at Temple University, Philadelphia, USA, in August, organised by Infonomics Society. Broad topic areas are: Accessible world; Art education; Assistive technologies; Business education; Course management; Curriculum, research and development; Educational foundations; Interaction and cultural models of disability; Learning/teaching methodologies and assessment; Global issues in education and research; Pedagogy; Research management; Ubiquitous learning; Research in progress; Other areas of education.
www.wcsne.org

By 27 September 2015; 27-29 October 2015: GCIRE2015, the International Conference on Green Computing, Intelligent and Renewable Energies, takes place in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, in October. More than 40 topics, from ‘Benefits of, and barriers to, adopting greener IT practices’ to ‘Using IT to reduce carbon emissions’. Submission deadline 27 September 2015.
sdiwc.net

28-30 September: The 30th European Students’ Convention takes place in Brussels, Belgium, organised by the European Students’ Union.
www.esu-online.org

By 30 September; 9-10 December: World-AR 2015, the World Academic and Research Congress 2015, takes place in Jakarta, Indonesia, in December, on the theme Towards Strengthening Economics and Halal Spectrums: Roles of Industry Players, Educators, Scholars and Researchers. Broad conference tracks are: Business, Halal Spectrums (Local and International Business and Halal Spectrums); Finance, Banking and Accounting; Social Sciences and Humanities; Education; Information Technology; Marketing and Management and Human Resources Management; Public Administration, Social Policy and Global Leadership; Doctoral Research Session. Abstracts submissions deadline 30 September.
rmc.kuis.edu.my

By 30 September; 21-24 April: IABPAD, the International Academy of Business and Public Administration Disciplines, is organising a conference in Dallas, Texas, USA. IABPAD was founded in early 2004, and aims to bring together worldwide researchers and professionals. To reach its goal, the IABPAD has constructed a publication outlet and academic conferences for global scholars. There are more than 20 topic areas including accounting, distance learning, international business, and office systems and business education. Submissions deadline 30 September. Another IABPAD conference is being held in Istanbul, Turkey (28-31 July 2016).
www.iabpad.com

1 October: MT180, the 2nd international final of Ma Thèse en 180 Secondes 2015 takes place at the Sorbonne University, Paris, France in October, organised by the CPU and the CNRS, France’s Conference of University Presidents and National Centre for Scientific Research. This is the French-language version of Three Minute Thesis, 3MT®, in which competitors have three minutes to explain their PhD research project to a general audience. It originated at the University of Queensland, Australia and was taken up in 2012 in Quebec by the Association Francophone pour le Savoir with the aim of extending it to all francophone countries. The winning entries for the 1st MT180 competition have just been released on video with English subtitles; the winner was Noémi Mermet who explains her work on “Involvement of 5-HT2A receptors in the role of PKCy interneurons under allodynia conditions” (see 2nd link) mt180.fr

By 1 October; 23-25 October: BICE 2015, the 4th Annual Belgrade International Conference on Education, takes places in Belgrade, Serbia on 23-25 October, organised by Tomorrow People Organization. The event is intended to be a forum, discussion and networking place for academics, researchers, professionals, administrators, educational leaders, policy makers, industry representatives, advanced students, and others interested in education. Many topics, from Adult education to Vocational education and training, via Gender and education, Multicultural issues in education and Research and development. Deadline for abstracts submission 1 October.
www.biceducation.org

1-2 October: The 7th International Conference on Science in Society takes place in Chicago, Illinois, USA, in October, on the theme Educating Science. The focus is on how ‘science’ educates and is educated by the social world: How does the teaching of scientific methodologies help produce better students, citizens and community leaders? What are the feedback loops connecting science and the social worlds of teachers and learners? Issues for debate include: Values and politics of science; Social impacts and economics of science; Knowledge systems and pedagogies of science. Final proposal submission deadline 21 July.
science-society.com

5-7 October: The International Conferences on Renewable, Conventional Power and Green Energy take place in Atlanta, Georgia, USA in October; in London, UK, in November; and in Chennai, India, in December, organised by Green Energy and Power. Conference tracks are: Renewable energy; Ecosystem and health; Emissions and toxic criteria; Conventional power generation; Nuclear world.
www.greenenergyandpower.com

5-8 October: The conference Access to Higher Education, Meeting the Global Challenge takes place in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, organised by GAPS, the Global Access to Post-Secondary Education initiative, in association with Sunway University. The conference focuses on articulating access to post-secondary education as one of the key global trends shaping the 21st century. Key issues it addresses are: •Making access matter – who are the ‘marginalised’ in post-secondary education? How can we make their futures matter to those in power in Asia, the South Pacific and globally? •Combining excellence and equity – is access to post-secondary education defined in Euro and Western-centric ways? What do excellence and equity mean in Asia and the South Pacific? •Extending capacity affordably – how can both new and old systems be expanded without creating barriers to the participation of students at the margin? •Nurturing innovation in access – what are the new answers to the old questions, such as how to change university cultures? How to reach out to young people and communities? •Engaging business and civil society – what is the role of employers and NGOs in extending access to post-secondary education? What are they doing now? What is the unique contribution they can make?
www.gaps-education.org

6 October: The European Union Brokerage Event on Key Enabling Technologies in Horizon 2020 takes place in Strasbourg, France. The event targets upcoming calls for nanotechnologies and advanced materials; biotechnologies; advanced manufacturing and processing (including energy efficiency in buildings); factories of the future; and sustainable process industries. Participants have the opportunity to present their own project concepts and to meet representatives from companies/SMEs, universities and research organisations to exchange ideas and for future cooperation.
ec.europa.eu

10-11 October: The AECHE Thematic Conference on The Networked University takes place in El Gouna, Egypt, as part of the Arab-Euro Higher Education Conferences process, a joint initiative of the European University Association and the Association of Arab Universities, and supported by the University of Barcelona. It is hosted by the Technical University of Berlin.
www.ub.edu

11-13 October: The AACSB Asia Pacific Annual Conference takes place in Xi’an, China, organised by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. It gathers distinguished speakers and management education leaders from across the diverse Asia Pacific region to consider how current challenges can be converted into business school innovations, share ideas and information about best practices, and develop international collaborative opportunities.
www.aacsb.edu

11-14 October: The Brain Conferences: The Neurobiology of Sleep and Circadian Rhythm takes place in Copenhagen, Denmark organised by the Federation of European Neuroscience Societies (FENS, the major neuroscience association in Europe) in partnership with The Brain Prize. Co-chaired by Russell Foster (University of Oxford, UK) and Joseph Takahashi (University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, USA), the focus of the conference is on the molecular, cellular and neural networks that underlie the generation and regulation of sleep and circadian rhythms; by what means these biological processes interact and influence normal brain function and behaviour; and how these systems influence the development and state of neurological and psychiatric disorders. Topics include: the neural mechanisms of sleep, arousal states and sleep homeostasis; the critical role of sleep for brain and body physiology including memory consolidation, immune responses and energy homeostasis; the molecular and cellular mechanisms of circadian rhythm generation; the regulation of sleep and circadian rhythms by light; the consequences of the 24/7 society on sleep and health; the brain mechanisms underlying sleep and circadian rhythm disruption in neurodegenerative and psychiatric illnesses.
www.fens.org

11-15 October: #IECVegas15, the 2015 International Education Conference in Las Vegas, takes place in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA, in October, organised by the Clute Institute. More than 25 topics, from Accreditation through Distance education and International education to Tenure. Initial submissions deadline 10 September.
www.cluteinstitute.com

12-14 October: ADVED’15, the International Conference on Advances in Education and Social Sciences, takes place in Istanbul, Turkey in October. This multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary international conference provides an opportunity to bring together professors, researchers and higher education students of different disciplines to discuss new issues and discover the most recent research in all fields of education, social sciences and humanities in a multicultural atmosphere. Conference topics include all areas of Education; communication, accounting, finance, economics, management, business, marketing, education, sociology, psychology, political science, law and all other areas of social sciences; also all areas of humanities including anthropology, archaeology, architecture, art, ethics, folklore studies, history, language studies, literature, methodological studies, music, philosophy, poetry, theatre. Abstract submissions deadline 27 July.
iated.org

13-17 October: ICEEPSY 2015, the 6th International Conference on Education and Educational Psychology, takes place in Istanbul, Turkey, in October, organised by Future Academy. Thematic sections are: Assessment and evaluation, teacher education, basic education, basic skills; Design learning & arts education; Adolescent growth and development & educational psychology; Leadership and collaborative policy, adult and continuing education, higher education, quality assurance / institutional effectiveness; Learning theories, effective teaching practices, second language teaching; Sport and exercise education; New approaches in psychology; Special education, education and technology, ICT, distance learning. Abstracts submission deadline 1 July.
www.futureacademy.org.uk

14-16 October: The 21st Annual Online Learning Consortium International Conference takes place in Lake Buena Vista, Florida, in October, sponsored by the Online Learning Consortium. Special interest areas include K-12 initiatives; Spanish language presentations recognising online teaching and learning leadership and innovation from Central and South America, and from Spanish speakers from around the world. Conference tracks cover Faculty and professional development and support; Historically black colleges and universities; Institutional strategies and innovations; Leadership, values and society; Learning effectiveness; Open, global, mobile; Student services and learner support; Technology and emerging learning environments. Submissions deadline 28 April.
olc.onlinelearningconsortium.org

By 16 October; 23-24 October: The 2015 Fall Global Symposium on Human Capital Challenges for Knowledge Driven Organizations takes place in Los Angeles, USA, sponsored by the University of Riverside. Final papers deadline 16 October.
www.uofriverside.com

19-21 October: WCE-2015, the World Congress on Education, takes place in Dublin, Ireland, in October. The international refereed conference is dedicated to the advancement of the theory and practices in education and promotes collaborative excellence between academicians and professionals from education. Numerous conference topics under the broad areas of Accessible world; Adult education; Art education; Business education; Course management; Curriculum, research and development; Educational foundations; Interaction and cultural models of disability; Learning/teaching methodologies and assessment; Global issues in education and research; Pedagogy; Research management; Ubiquitous learning; Research in progress. Remaining submission deadlines 10 June and 20 June.
www.worldconedu.org

19 October – 4 December: The International Institute for Educational Planning (IIEP) is offering a new interactive, practice-oriented online course on Transparency, accountability and anti-corruption measures in education from 19 October to 4 December. The aim is to strengthen the skills of participants to assess corruption risks and to design ade4quate tools and strategies that address the lack of transparency and accountability in the education sector. Expected learning outcomes are that at the end of the course participants will be able to: define key concepts related to transparency, accountability and corruption issues; map major corruption risks in selected domains of educational management; understand the use of public expenditure tracking surveys (PETS), quantitative service delivery surveys (QSDS), report card surveys and audit methods to diagnose and assess corruption; formulate adequate policies and strategies for improving transparency and accountability in selected domains of educational management. The course is designed for planners and administrators from ministries of education in developing countries worldwide. The course is in English and upon successful completion participants will receive a UNESCO-IIEP certificate of participation. Applications deadline 24 July.
www.iiep.unesco.org

22-25 October: IABPAD, the International Academy of Business and Public Administration Disciplines, is organising conferences in Vancouver, Canada (22-25 July); Las Vegas, Nevada, USA (22-25 October); Orlando, Florida, USA (2-5 January); Dallas, Texas, USA (21-24 April); Istanbul, Turkey (28-31 July 2016). IABPAD was founded in early 2004, and aims to bring together worldwide researchers and professionals. To reach its goal, the IABPAD has constructed a publication outlet and academic conferences for global scholars. There are more than 20 topic areas including accounting, distance learning, international business, and office systems and business education.
www.iabpad.com

23-24 October: The 2015 Fall Global Symposium on Human Capital Challenges for Knowledge Driven Organizations takes place in Los Angeles, USA, sponsored by the University of Riverside. Final papers deadline 16 October.
www.uofriverside.com

23-25 October: BICE 2015, the 4th Annual Belgrade International Conference on Education, takes places in Belgrade, Serbia on 23-25 October, organised by Tomorrow People Organization. The event is intended to be a forum, discussion and networking place for academics, researchers, professionals, administrators, educational leaders, policy makers, industry representatives, advanced students, and others interested in education. Many topics, from Adult education to Vocational education and training, via Gender and education, Multicultural issues in education and Research and development. Deadline for abstracts submission 1 October.
www.biceducation.org

25-27 October: The AACSB Europe, Middle East and Africa Annual Conference takes place in Frankfurt, Germany, organised by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. It addresses a wide range of important challenges facing business schools in the EMEA region, including expectations for impact, fostering innovation and entrepreneurship, responsible management education and sustainability, changing business and faculty models, and the impact of technological advances.
www.aacsb.edu

25-27 October: IICE-2015, the Ireland International Conference on Education, takes place in Dublin, Ireland, in October. The IICE is an international refereed conference dedicated to the advancement of the theory and practices in education and promotes collaborative excellence between academicians and professionals from Education. Broad conference themes, covering about 60 topics, are: Art education; Adult education; Business education; Course management; Curriculum, research and development; Educational foundations; Learning/teaching methodologies and assessment; Global issues in education and research; Pedagogy; Research management; Ubiquitous learning; Research in progress; Other areas of education. Abstract submission deadline 1 June.
www.iicedu.org

27-29 October: The International Baccalaureate Higher Education Symposium is hosted by the IB and Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands. The annual symposium brings together university admissions staff and IB World Schools to network and share best practices in recognising IB students, showcase and promote their institutions and learn about latest research into the college readiness of IB students.
www.ibo.org

27-29 October: GCIRE2015, the International Conference on Green Computing, Intelligent and Renewable Energies, takes place in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, in October. More than 40 topics, from ‘Benefits of, and barriers to, adopting greener IT practices’ to ‘Using IT to reduce carbon emissions’. Submission deadline 27 September 2015.
sdiwc.net

28-30 October 2015: The International Association of Universities’ 2015 International Conference is hosted by and jointly organised by the University of Siena, Italy, on the theme Internationalisation of Higher Education: Moving Beyond Mobility.
www.iau-aiu.net

29-31 October: The 13th European Culture Conference takes place at the Faculty of European Studies of Babeş-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca, Romania, in October, co-organised by the university and the European Studies Institute of the University of Piura, Peru. Thematic sections are: Culture theory, cultural identity; Multiculturalism/ interculturality/ migrations/ encounters between cultures; Contemporary culture; European identity/ the idea of Europe; Europe: culture, economics and law; Communication; Education; The role of regionalisms in shaping the public regional agenda. Submissions deadline 31 March.
euro.ubbcluj.ro

1-3 November: The AACSB Associate Deans Conference takes place in Kansas City, Missouri, USA, organised by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. The programme covers a wide range of relevant topics including faculty leadership and management, leveraging technology, documenting impact, financial management, and managing across an expanding range of services and functions.
www.aacsb.edu

1-4 November: WCU-6, the 6th International Conference on World-Class Universities, takes place in Shanghai, China, in November, on the theme Matching Visibility and Performance: A Standing Challenge for World-Class Universities. The event marks the 10th anniversary of Shanghai Jiao Tong University’s initiation of the biennial conference, with intensification of the ‘world-class’ movement by the proliferation of international league tables. Exploring trends, issues and implications of developing academic excellence, WCU-6 intends to stimulate discussion on the following questions: How can institutional performance be defined and measured? How can universities be “globally visible and locally engaged”? How can visibility and performance be integrated and balanced in practice? Proposals submission deadline 30 June.
www.shanghairanking.com

2-3 November: The 8th International Conference on e-Learning and Innovative Pedagogies takes place at the University of California, Santa Cruz, USA, in November, with special focus on The Future of Education: Advanced Computing, Ubiquitous Learning and the Knowledge Economy. Conference themes are: Pedagogies; Institutions; Technologies; Social transformations. Submissions deadline 4 August.
ubi-learn.com
ubi-learn.com

3 November: The seminar Implementing the Dowling Review: Building Better Research Relationships between Industry and Academia takes place in London, UK, organised by the Westminster Higher Education Forum. Scheduled to follow the expected summer release of the government-commissioned Dowling Review: Linking Business needs with Research Capability, the guest of honour is Dame Ann Dowling, Deputy Vice-Chancellor, University of Cambridge; President of the Royal Academy of Engineering; and Non-executive board member, Department for Business, Innovation and Skills. The event gives an opportunity to consider the recommendations of the review and the challenges for fostering long-term relationships between R&D-intensive businesses and university-based researchers. Key areas for discussion include how to break down cultural barriers to collaboration between the private and university sectors as well as tackling challenges for long-term partnerships including grant-funding rules and concerns around data-sharing, IP and taxation issues.
www.westminsterforumprojects.co.uk

4-5 November: The symposium Dropping Out – What Neuroscience Can Teach Us takes place in Quebec City, Canada, organised by CEA, the Canadian Education Association. The symposium challenges traditional approaches to dropout prevention by introducing the potential contribution that neuroscience can have by answering the following questions: What promise does the application of neuroscience in education have for addressing persistent student dropout rates across Canada? Do educators need to adapt their approach to better address the needs of a segment of the population that drops out, in light of recent findings in neuroscience?
www.cea-ace.ca

By 6 November; 13-14 November: The 2015 Fall Global Conference on Education takes place in Costa Mesa, California, USA, sponsored by the School of Education, University of Riverside, California. The GCE is an international refereed conference dedicated to the advancement of the theory and practices in education which aims to provide an opportunity for academicians and professionals from various educational fields with cross-disciplinary interests to bridge the knowledge gap, promote research esteem and the evolution of pedagogy. Numerous topics (see link); papers submission deadline 6 November.
www.uofriverside.com

8-11 November: The conference Basic Epigenetic Mechanisms in Cancer takes place in Berlin, Germany, one of the European Association for Cancer Research Conference Series 2015. The conference covers some of the most recent advances and cutting edge research in the field of epigenetics and its relationship to cancer. Topics include: Epigenetic pathways; Epigenetics and senescence, aging and cancer; Epigenetics and genome stability; Epigenomics; Drugging the epigenome
eacr.org

9-11 November: The International Conference Crossing Biological Barriers – Advances in Nanocarrier Design for Targeted Drug Delivery takes place in Dresden, Germany, to address the latest developments in nanocarrier-based targeted drug delivery systems, specifically designed to overcome biological barriers. Abstracts submission deadline 29 May.
events.dechema.de

10-12 November: ICEPL 2015-Fall, the 2015 International Conference on Education, Psychology and Learning – Fall Session, takes place in Nagoya, Japan, in November. Sixty-five topics in broad areas of Psychology; Child and family education; Education policy and administration; Education theory and practice; Learning; Others. Submissions deadline 1 August.
iainst.org

10-13 November: The EGI Community Forum 2015, Building Next Generation e-Infrastructures through Communities, takes place in Bari, Italy, in November, organised by European Grid Infrastructure. It aims at gathering tool developers, infrastructure providers, data providers and research communities to work together towards open science. Topics cover: Community engagement and innovation; Virtual research environments; Data and computing; Identity provision, authentication, authorisation and accounting; Open science commons. Contributions deadline for workshops, user community meetings, tutorials, posters and demonstrations 12 July.
cf2015.egi.eu

12-13 November: Unlock the Innovation Potential of Digital Heritage, the final conference of the European Union-funded Civic Epistemologies project, takes place in Berlin, Germany. The event presents and promotes the project’s Roadmap indicating steps to broaden e-infrastructure deployment to support citizen researchers in digital culture and improve the relationship between cultural heritage and society.
www.civic-epistemologies.eu

13-14 November: The 2015 Fall Global Conference on Education takes place in Costa Mesa, California, USA, sponsored by the School of Education, University of Riverside, California. The GCE is an international refereed conference dedicated to the advancement of the theory and practices in education which aims to provide an opportunity for academicians and professionals from various educational fields with cross-disciplinary interests to bridge the knowledge gap, promote research esteem and the evolution of pedagogy. Numerous topics (see link).
www.uofriverside.com

13-15 November: IC21CE 2015, the International Conference on 21st Century Education, and ICLLT, the International Conference on Language Learning and Teaching, take place in Dubai, UAE, organised by the 21st Century Academic Forum and the hosts, the Higher Colleges of Technology. The theme of IC21CE is Learning by Doing: Preparing 21st Century Citizens for Work and Life; and of ICLLT Language Learning and Teaching Opportunities in the 21st Century. Abstracts submission deadline for both conferences 21 September.
www.21caf.org
www.21caf.org

15-20 November: The first session of LGEU, the Leading Globally Engaged Universities programme of the International Association of Universities, is hosted by the University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The IAU developed the programme to support new and future leaders of higher education institutions as expectations and responsibilities of HEIs are expanding while the local and global context is continuously changing, with leadership becoming more complex.
www.iau-aiu.net

16-18 November: ICERI2015, the 8th annual International Conference of Education, Research and Innovation, takes place in Seville, Spain in November. Many topics, under the broad themes Global issues in education and research; Education – new trends and experiences; New challenges for the higher education area; Teacher training; Curriculum design; Accreditation and quality in education; Research – new trends and experiences; University-industry cooperation; International projects; Technology in teaching and learning; Emerging technologies in education; E-content management and development. Abstract submission deadline 16 July.
iated.org

17-20 November: The conference Experimental Fluid Mechanics 2015 takes place in Prague, Czech Republic, in November, organised by the Department of Power Engineering Equipment of the Technical University of Liberec, and Cryptomania s.r.o. The conference focuses on obtaining an overview of projects under investigation, and experimental methods used in the field of fluid mechanics and thermodynamics. Its aim is to organise a network of young research workers who are interested in experimental, and also theoretical, work in the field of fluid mechanics and thermodynamics. The conference should contribute to creating the closer contacts and sharing experience in application of various experimental methods, preparation and implementation of experiments, processing of results and numerical simulations of experiments. Abstracts submission deadline 21 June.
efm.kez.tul.cz

By 18 November; 18-19 February: The 12th International Conference on Technology, Knowledge and Society takes place at the Universidad de Buenos Aires, Facultad de Ciencias Económicas in Buenos Aires, Argentina, in February, with special focus on Ideas, Objects, Waste: Critically Approaching the Life Cycle of Technologies in the Age of the Anthropocene. Broad conference themes are: Technologies for Human Use; Technologies for Learning; Technologies in Community; Technologies for Common Knowledge. Proposals deadline 18 November.
techandsoc.com

19-20 November: The 6th European Forum for Marketing of Scientific and Research Organisations takes place in Warsaw, Poland, organised by the Institute of Aviation. The main focus is on marketing strategies supporting the promotion of specific services offered by scientific and research institutions in Poland and other European countries. Broad topic areas (see second link) include: Strategies in activity of scientific and research organisations; Marketing instruments of scientific and research organisations; Social media; Marketing communication management; Selected detailed topics. Workshops on: Developing of scientist image; Storytelling in marketing of science; The internet and scientific communication; Media relations in the era of new technologies.
ilot.edu.pl
ilot.edu.pl

19-21 November: CAMES, the Conseil Africain et Malgache pour l’Enseignement Supérieur, has published the terms of reference for its 2nd Scientific Forum, Journées Scientifiques du CAMES, which will take place in Dakar, Senegal. In French.
(Click on ‘Attachments’ link at the bottom of the page.)

19-21 November: EQAF, the 10th European Quality Assurance Forum Taking Stock and Looking Forward, takes place in London, UK, in November, organised by the European University Association (EUA), the European Association for Quality Assurance in Higher Education (ENQA), the European Students Union (ESU) and the European Association of Institutions in Higher Education (EURASHE), and hosted by the Quality Assurance Agency and UCL Institute of Education. The Forum this year examines quality assurance in the European Higher Education Area from a variety of perspectives and explores ways in which concrete practices in institutions and agencies reflect European level policies. The organisers are calling for contributions for papers and workshops from QA practitioners in higher education institutions and quality assurance agencies, students and researchers in the field. Deadline for contributions is 3 August.
eua.be

23-25 November: The International Conferences on Renewable, Conventional Power and Green Energy take place in Atlanta, Georgia, USA in October; in London, UK, in November; and in Chennai, India, in December, organised by Green Energy and Power. Conference tracks are: Renewable energy; Ecosystem and health; Emissions and toxic criteria; Conventional power generation; Nuclear world.
www.greenenergyandpower.com

25 November: The seminar The Future for Quality Assessment in Higher Education takes place in London, organised by Westminster Higher Education Forum. It will assess the future for the quality assessment and assurance system across UK higher education and is timed to follow the HEFCE-led review, with the UK funding councils expected to announce their respective responses to the review in September. The second stage of the review is due to begin in May and will address detailed options, design and implementation issues of any new assessment arrangements which, if selected, will be put in place from 2017. The Guest of Honour is Professor Madeleine Atkins, Chief Executive, HEFCE.
www.westminsterforumprojects.co.uk

30 November – 11 December: COP21, the 21st Session of the Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, takes place in Paris, France. The UNFCCC was adopted during the Rio de Janeiro Earth Summit in 1992, came into force in March 1994 and has been ratified by 196 states.
www.cop21.gouv.fr

2-4 December: OEB, Online Educa Berlin 2015, takes place in the German capital in December on the theme Accelerating the Shift. The conference examines the challenge of modernity for education and training; how people, organisations, institutions and societies can use technology-enhanced education and training “to accelerate the shift to a new age of opportunity”. Broad subject areas include: Making it reality; Designing learning longevity; Broadening horizons – the vanguard of tech; New contexts – education technology in society; Employing multimedia – Video Educa; Workscapes – business Educa. Proposals deadline 1 June.
www.online-educa.com

2-5 December: 2015 IRCHE, the 2015 International Research Conference on Higher Education, takes place in Manila, Philippines, in December, organised by the Polytechnic University of the Philippines in partnership with the Commission on Higher Education on the theme Social Capital and Innovation: Bridging the Knowledge Gap for International Competitiveness. The conference showcases multidisciplinary intellectual exploration in higher education in the following research areas: Science, engineering and technology; Education and institutional research; Business and finance; Humanities, social science and communication. Submissions deadline 15 July.
www.irche.org

7-10 December: 7th EIS, the 7th European Innovation Summit, takes place in Brussels, Belgium, It is Knowledge4Innovation’s annual flagship event held under the framework of the K4I Forum of the European Parliament which includes more than 30 MEPs. It brings together more than 1,000 innovation stakeholders from Europe.
www.knowledge4innovation.eu

9 December: The seminar Scientific Infrastructure in the UK – Long-term Investment, Strategic Planning and Partnerships takes place in London, UK, organised by the Westminster Higher Education Forum. Delegates will discuss what needs to be done to ensure the UK retains world-class science facilities and its role in multi-national infrastructure projects such as the Large Hadron Collider and the SKA Radio Telescope. They will also assess the balance between investment in large-scale projects and smaller scale facilities - and how government, universities, business and the wider science community can work together to strategically plan investment in new infrastructure into the long-term in a way that reacts to new challenges and keeps pace with new discoveries arising over time. Delegates will examine the how the policy and investment landscape has changed since 2013 House of Lords Science and Technology Committee inquiry into scientific infrastructure with particular reference to the proposals contained within the Coalition Government’s Science and Innovation Strategy, published in January 2015. The Guest of Honour is Dr Martyn Sené, Deputy Director, National Physical Laboratory.
www.westminsterforumprojects.co.uk

9-10 December: World-AR 2015, the World Academic and Research Congress 2015, takes place in Jakarta, Indonesia, in December, on the theme Towards Strengthening Economics and Halal Spectrums: Roles of Industry Players, Educators, Scholars and Researchers. Broad conference tracks are: Business, Halal Spectrums (Local and International Business and Halal Spectrums); Finance, Banking and Accounting; Social Sciences and Humanities; Education; Information Technology; Marketing and Management and Human Resources Management; Public Administration, Social Policy and Global Leadership; Doctoral Research Session. Abstracts submissions deadline 30 September.
rmc.kuis.edu.my

14-16 December: The International Conferences on Renewable, Conventional Power and Green Energy take place in Atlanta, Georgia, USA in October; in London, UK, in November; and in Chennai, India, in December, organised by Green Energy and Power. Conference tracks are: Renewable energy; Ecosystem and health; Emissions and toxic criteria; Conventional power generation; Nuclear world.
www.greenenergyandpower.com

2016

2-5 January: IABPAD, the International Academy of Business and Public Administration Disciplines, is organising conferences in Vancouver, Canada (22-25 July); Las Vegas, Nevada, USA (22-25 October); Orlando, Florida, USA (2-5 January); Dallas, Texas, USA (21-24 April); Istanbul, Turkey (28-31 July 2016). IABPAD was founded in early 2004, and aims to bring together worldwide researchers and professionals. To reach its goal, the IABPAD has constructed a publication outlet and academic conferences for global scholars. There are more than 20 topic areas including accounting, distance learning, international business, and office systems and business education.
www.iabpad.com

7-10 January: IICLLHAWAII2016, the IAFOR International Conference on Language Learning 2016, takes place in Honolulu, Hawai’i, USA, in January, organised by the International Academic Forum on the theme Convergence and Divergence. Held along with the IAFOR International Conference on Technology in the Classroom and the IAFOR International Conference on Education. Submissions deadline 1 September.
iafor.org

By 31 January; 29 May – 2 June: LiHE’16, the 15th international symposium on Globalisation of Higher Education, takes place on Aegina Island, Greece, in May/June, organised by Learning in Higher Education. You are invited to contribute a chapter to the anthology The Globalisation of Higher Education to be published by Libri Publishing Ltd; then to join fellow authors for the symposium where all authors of accepted chapters meet to review, edit and complete their chapters and collaborate to finalise the anthology for publication. Deadline for submission of chapter proposal 31 January.
www.lihe.info

31 January – 2 February: The AACSB Deans Conference takes place in Miami, Florida, USA, organised by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. The conference convenes more than 600 business school deans from 50 countries, to help redefine the boundaries and directions of business schools.
www.aacsb.edu

18-19 February: The 12th International Conference on Technology, Knowledge and Society takes place at the Universidad de Buenos Aires, Facultad de Ciencias Económicas in Buenos Aires, Argentina, in February, with special focus on Ideas, Objects, Waste: Critically Approaching the Life Cycle of Technologies in the Age of the Anthropocene. Broad conference themes are: Technologies for Human Use; Technologies for Learning; Technologies in Community; Technologies for Common Knowledge. Proposals deadline 18 November.
techandsoc.com

26-28 February: The WNFAST Congress of the World Network of Family and Systemic Therapies takes place in San Juan, Puerto Rico, hosted by Carlos Albizu University, on the theme Many Hands, Many Voices. Intensive workshops, presentations, ‘hot topic’ discussions.
www.wnfast.com

9-12 March: The 31st European Students’ Convention takes place in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, organised by the European Students’ Union.
www.esu-online.org

3-5 April: ICAM 2016, the AACSB International Conference and Annual Meeting, takes place in Boston, Massachusetts, USA, organised by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. It gathers thought leaders, researchers, business experts and top educators from around the world to showcase and explore global perspectives on the future of management education.
www.aacsb.edu

19-20 April: The 16th International Conference on Knowledge, Culture and Change in Organisations takes place at the University of Hawaii at Manoa, Honolulu, Hawaii, in April 2016, on the theme Climates of Change: Organisations in a Time of Ecological and Social Vulnerability. Broad topic areas are Management education; Change management; Knowledge management; Organisational cultures. The event is organised by On the Organization, which has merged with the World Universities Forum community including the conference and The Journal of the World Universities Forum.
ontheorganization.com

21-24 April: IABPAD, the International Academy of Business and Public Administration Disciplines, is organising conferences in Vancouver, Canada (22-25 July); Las Vegas, Nevada, USA (22-25 October); Orlando, Florida, USA (2-5 January); Dallas, Texas, USA (21-24 April); Istanbul, Turkey (28-31 July 2016). IABPAD was founded in early 2004, and aims to bring together worldwide researchers and professionals. To reach its goal, the IABPAD has constructed a publication outlet and academic conferences for global scholars. There are more than 20 topic areas including accounting, distance learning, international business, and office systems and business education.
www.iabpad.com

29 May – 2 June: LiHE’16, the 15th international symposium on Globalisation of Higher Education, takes place on Aegina Island, Greece, in May/June, organised by Learning in Higher Education. You are invited to contribute a chapter to the anthology The Globalisation of Higher Education to be published by Libri Publishing Ltd; then to join fellow authors for the symposium where all authors of accepted chapters meet to review, edit and complete their chapters and collaborate to finalise the anthology for publication. Deadline for submission of chapter proposal 31 January.
www.lihe.info

/ 22-27 July 2016: ESOF 2016, the biennial Euroscience Open Forum, takes place in Manchester, UK, in July 2016, on the theme Science as Revolution: From Cottonopolis to Graphene City. The conference includes: A science programme of seminars, workshops and debates on the latest research and related policy issues; a science-to-business programme to explore the major issues for research within business and industry and the role of universities for business; A career programme showcasing career opportunities across Europe and beyond for researchers at all stages of their careers; An exhibition that showcases the best of European academic, public and private research; A public engagement programme, Science in the City; A forum to host other meetings, satellite events and networking opportunities. Cross-cutting themes include: Fostering breakthrough science; Ensuring responsible research and innovation, aligned with the values, needs and expectations of society; Harnessing science and technology to growth, employment, economic success and personal wellbeing; Radical approaches to grand societal challenges – health, food, water, energy, climate, security, and creativity and innovation; Engaging the public and inspiring the next generation of researchers. Proposals deadline 1 June. www.esof.eu

28-31 July 2016: IABPAD, the International Academy of Business and Public Administration Disciplines, is organising conferences in Vancouver, Canada (22-25 July); Las Vegas, Nevada, USA (22-25 October); Orlando, Florida, USA (2-5 January); Dallas, Texas, USA (21-24 April); Istanbul, Turkey (28-31 July 2016). IABPAD was founded in early 2004, and aims to bring together worldwide researchers and professionals. To reach its goal, the IABPAD has constructed a publication outlet and academic conferences for global scholars. There are more than 20 topic areas including accounting, distance learning, international business, and office systems and business education.
www.iabpad.com

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