If you’re a student or professor studying/working in the field of physics, here are five upcoming academic conferences that should be on your radar, as they are perfect events to enhance any sabbatical experience.
1. International Conference on Innovation in Business, Applied Science, Engineering, and E-Technology
IBAEE 2015 aims to bring together researchers, scientists, engineers, and scholar students to exchange and share their experiences, new ideas, and research results about all aspects of economics, trade, applied science, and computer science.
Abstract/proposal submission deadline: July 25
ICRETS provides a great platform for research discussions, international peer networking, and research publication in international journals. Participants are invited to discuss, collaborate, network, and explore Istanbul.
Abstract/proposal submission deadline: August 3
This conference covers a diverse range of topics involving the collaboration between disciplines in order to arrive at optimum solutions, including materials, energy networks, new energy resources, storage solutions, waste to energy systems, and many more.
Organized by Wroclaw University of Technology, this conference allows students to present results of their own research, make new friendships, and expand the ability to collaborate with others studying in their field.
Abstract/proposal submission deadline: May 31
The 2015 Healthcare, Physics, and Applied Sciences Conference will provide the ideal opportunity to present projects and experiences to leaders in healthcare, academics, practitioners, engineers, and researchers, and receive quality feedback.
Abstract/proposal submission deadline: September 20
‘Conference Alert!’ will keep you in-the-know about upcoming academic conventions and conferences. Each article in this series previews deadlines for abstracts and proposals for a specific area of study. Conferences are great opportunities to enhance your sabbatical travel experience. Let us know what you think! Connect with us on Facebook, Twitter, or Google +.