CALL FOR PAPERS
Applied Research Conference on Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics (ARIC-STEM)
15th-16th November 2018
Extended Abstract Submission Deadline:
30 September 2018
University of Oxford, U.K
ARICON is dedicated to provide a common platform for educational institutes, academia, government and industry to discuss key issues and new developments in the field of natural sciences, technology, engineering, mathematics, computer studies, law, business, marketing, management, economics, finance, politics, social sciences etc. which is critical to the development of professional competitive edge. We achieve this goal by organising highest quality academic conferences and seminars for professionals.
The overall objective of Applied Research International Conference on STEM topics (ARIC-STEM 2018 Oxford) is to provide a platform and stimulate discussion on respective tracks.
- Life Sciences.
- Computer Studies
- Computer Programming
- Information Technology
- Electrical Engineering
- Civil Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering
- Computer Engineering
- Automobile Engineering
- Pre-Calculus and Calculus
Who Should attend?
ARICON provides an opportunity for academics, practitioners, consultants, scholars, researchers and policy makers with different backgrounds and experience to present their papers in the conference and exchange and share their experiences, new ideas, research results, as well as discuss the practical challenges encountered and the solutions adopted.
Conference committee highly encourage doctorate (PhD) and postgraduate students to present their research proposal or literature review or findings or issues in this conference with a very special registration fees. Case studies, abstracts of research in progress, as well as full research papers will be considered for the conference program for presentation purposes. Listeners and keen learners are also welcomed in a specific category to attend the conference.
Venue: UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD, U.K
- The conference will be held at the University of Oxford, ranked first in the world in the Times Higher Education (THE) World University Rankings for 2017 and 2018.
- There are nearly 24,000 students at Oxford, including 11,747 undergraduates and 11,687 postgraduates.
- Oxford is very competitive: nearly 20,000 people applied for around 3,200 undergraduate places for entry in 2017.
- Oxford offers more than 350 different graduate degree programmes.
- International students make up almost 43% of our total student body – over 10,000 students. Students come to Oxford from more than 150 countries and territories.
- According to the 2014 Research Excellence Framework, the official UK-wide assessment of all university research, Oxford has the largest volume of world-leading research in the country.
- The University, including the colleges and Oxford University Press, is the largest employer in Oxfordshire, supporting around more than 30,000 jobs in the county and injecting more than £2.3bn annually into the regional economy.
- According to the 2014 Research Excellence Framework, the official UK-wide assessment of all university research, Oxford has the largest volume of world-leading research in the country. The University is also rated top in the REF power rankings published by Research Fortnight.
- Oxford’s research activity involves more than 70 departments, the colleges, more than 1,800 academic staff, more than 5,500 research and research support staff, and more than 6,100 graduate research students.
- At graduate level, over 50% of students are studying for a higher degree by research.
- External research grants and contracts continue to be the University’s largest source of income. In 2016-17, 40% (£537.4m) of income came from external research sponsors.
- Oxford consistently has the highest research income from external sponsors of any UK university.
- Oxford University has pioneered the commercial exploitation of academic research and invention through Oxford University Innovation. The wholly owned technology transfer company has spun off 150 businesses and files more patents than any other UK university.
- Oxfordshire is one of Europe’s leading centres of enterprise, innovation and knowledge. The county’s growth rate in high-tech employment remains one of the highest in the UK and many of its 1,500 high-tech companies have links to Oxford University.
OXFORD AWARDS & RANKINGS
- Oxford’s academic community includes over 80 Fellows of the Royal Society and over 170 Fellows of the British Academy.
- In 2018, six Oxford professors were elected to the Fellowship of the Royal Society.
- In 2018, two Oxford professors were elected to the Fellowship of the Academy of Social Sciences.
- In 2018, seven Oxford professors were elected to the Fellowship of the Academy of Medical Sciences.
- In 2017, eight Oxford professors were elected to the Fellowship of the British Academy.
- In 2017, four Oxford professors were elected to the Fellowship of the Royal Academy of Engineering.
- Oxford University has won ten Queen’s Anniversary Prizes for Higher Education, more than any other university. The most recent prize was awarded to the Institute of Biomedical Engineering in 2015.
- Oxford was ranked first in the world in the Times Higher Education (THE) World University Rankings for 2017 and 2018.
- In the THE subject rankings for 2018, Oxford is, for the seventh year running, ranked first in the world for Clinical, Pre-Clinical and Health subjects. It is also ranked first in the world for Social Sciences; third in the world and first in the UK for Computer Science, for Engineering and Technology, for Education, and for Business and Economics; third in the world and second in the UK for Life Sciences; fourth in the world and first in the UK for Arts and Humanities; and sixth in the world and second in the UK for Law.
- Oxford is ranked first in the world in Arts and Humanities in the QS World University Rankings by Subject 2017. It ranks third for Life Sciences and Social Sciences, fifth for Natural Sciences, and ninth for Engineering and Technology.
- Oxford is ranked sixth in the world in the QS World Rankings (2017) and seventh in the world in the Academic Ranking of World Universities compiled by Shanghai Jiaotong University (2017).
- Oxford is ranked second in the UK by The Sunday Times (2017), The Guardian (2017) and The Complete University Guide (2017).
OXFORD - City in England
Oxford, a city in central southern England, revolves around its prestigious university, established in the 12th century. The architecture of its 38 colleges in the city’s medieval center led poet Matthew Arnold to nickname it the ‘City of Dreaming Spires’. University College and Magdalen College are off the High Street, which runs from Carfax Tower (with city views) to the Botanic Garden on the River Cherwell.
The Cherwell and Thames rivers meander through town, and are popular for punting on flat-bottomed riverboats and collegiate rowing. The Oxford University Parks and Christ Church Meadow are expansive green areas beside the water. Off Broad Street are Balliol and Trinity Colleges, and the university’s main Bodleian Library complex, including the circular Radcliffe Camera building. The Ashmolean Museum is home to Greek and Egyptian archaeological finds and a wealth of fine art, including pre-Raphaelite paintings. The Pitt Rivers Museum offers anthropological displays, while the Museum of Natural History features dinosaur skeletons.
Complimentary Day Trip of Oxford: November 16, 2018
Oxford’s prestige was enhanced by its charter granted by King Henry II, granting its citizens the same privileges and exemptions as those enjoyed by the capital of the kingdom. Parliaments were often held in the city during the 13th century.
As the University took shape, Europeans were starting to translate Greek philosophers, challenging European ideology. The Church invested in some of the early colleges in the hope of reconciling Greek Philosophy and Christian Theology. The relationship between “town and gown” was uneasy, culminating in the killing of 93 students and townspeople in the St Scholastica Day Riot of 1355. This calamity was dwarved by the sweating sickness epidemic in 1517 which killed half the city’s population, including many students and dons. It was in the early 20th-century that Oxford experienced rapid industrial and population growth.
During this tour, we will also visit Stratford-upon-Avon, a medieval market town and the 16th-century birthplace of Shakespeare.
Inside the University of Oxford.
Oxford and its spires.
In the next part of the tour we would See inside Oxford University, Harry Potter film site and the Bodleian Library with authentic guide.
Why Does ARICON Offer Free Tours During Each Conference?
In an era of globalization and multicultural sensitivity, study abroad programs are mushrooming all over the academic world. They would grow even further if academics had more time and resources to visit worldwide destinations to prepare future study abroad programs for their students. Our conferences offer the perfect opportunity to blend in presentations with organized visits to locations that would make excellent venues for study abroad programs. Andy Warhol’s traditional fifteen minutes of fame — on the podium — stretch into days of academic interaction and discovery.
It defies logic to treat conference venues as isolated academic silos when they may also double up as potential venues for study abroad programs. As a result, we promote each conference as inseparable from its geographical location, history and culture. We work hard to find sponsors in each conference’s geographical area that offer generous hospitality and tourism packages in parallel with our conference presentations.
We make our attendees’ potential clear to our sponsors. Many graduate students and professors who attend academic conferences have a lifelong career in academia in front of them. As a result, each attendee has the potential to multiply the number of future visitors to a conference’s wider geographical area. “We have memories so that we might have roses in December,” wrote Scottish novelist James Barrie.
Without the opportunity to interact and share one’s research and ideas, what is the point of attending an academic conference? There is no shortage of academic papers on the internet and at the libraries within our universities. One doesn’t need a conference to access academic research. Printed academic papers allow the reader to digest carefully instead of chasing a speaker racing against the clock. To understand what a modern conference should be like, we invite you to attend an ARICON conference and experience.
Poster sessions allow delegates to move around the room and discuss their research.
I’d love to attend the ARICON conferences again… I
am interested as at ARICON ZURICH I tend to meet
people from universities and locales around the
world. While there, I got two invitations to speak…
in Netherlands and Turkey.
Professor Seeha Batra
Victoria University, Australia
Power Point Presentations
At the conference, the presentation room will be equipped with a laptop, a digital projector and a projector screen. The laptop will be set up for Powerpoint presentations. Linux and Mac users are asked to save their presentations in a compatible format.