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INTERNATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCE, ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY (IASET)

IASET (www.iaset.us) is dedicated to the global dissemination of information through an unparalleled commitment to quality and reliability. We publish quarterly, refereed, double blind reviewed International and National Research journals, which attempt to bridge the void between academia and the corporate.

The goal of the journal is to disseminate and broaden the knowledge horizon under the categories of Science, Engineering, Management and Humanities. You can contribute papers of your interest for possible publication in IASET and to promote our journals among your fellow-workers and colleagues.

We are calling for technical and research papers from Research scholars, Professors, Research firms, Scientists etc., in the area of: “Educational Science and Research”.

For submission of research papers and manuscripts, you may please send your communications directly to editor@iaset.us.

Please go thru the URL http://www.iaset.us/page.php?pid=37  for “Author Guidelines” for your reference and adherence.

Please send your research papers to   editor@iaset.us or you can submit papers online  http://www.iaset.us/submit_paper.php  for a possible publication.

Regards

The Editor-in-Chief: http://www.iaset.us

 

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SYMPOSIUM ON ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT AND EDUCATION

Call for Papers

October 26-28, 2012, Beijing, China

www.engii.org/cet2012/EME2012.aspx

You are cordially invited to submit or recommend an article or an abstract to the 2012 Symposium on Engineering Management and Education (EME), one of the tracks of the CET 2012 that will be held on October 26-28, 2012 in Beijing, China.

Publication, Presentation and Audience

All the accepted papers will be published as a special issue of “Creative Education”(ISSN:2151-4771) and “Engineering”(ISSN:1947-394X) , peer-reviewed OPEN ACCESS journals that have been tracked for impact factors by Thomson Reuters (ISI) and indexed by DOAJ, Proquest, EBSCO, etc.

If you want to present your research results but do NOT wish to publish a paper, you may simply submit an Abstract to our Paper Submission System.

Simple attendance without publication and presentation is also welcome.

Paper Submission

Please submit your papers by our online submission system: http://www.engii.org/cet2012Submission/index.aspx

Important Dates:

  • Full paper or abstract submission: August. 15, 2012
  • Acceptance notification: Aug. 15-20, 2012

Conference: October 26-28, 2012

Contact Us:

  • Telephone: +86-18627737240
  • Skype: cet_service  

Jessica Luo
Assistant of CET

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INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON ENGINEERING AND BUSINESS MANAGEMENT (CEBM) 2011


Call for Papers
October 28-30, 2011     

Shanghai, China

Web site: http://www.engii.org/cet2011/cebm2011.aspx
The 2011 International Conference on Engineering and Business Management (CEBM2011) will be held in Shanghai/China, Oct. 28-30, 2011, CEBM is part of World Congress on Engineering and Technology (CET) which will take place in Shanghai China. The CET is composed of several conferences on the frontier topics in the engineering and technological subjects.

The CET conference proceedings will be published by IEEE, and the accepted papers will be indexed by Ei Compendex and ISTP.

IEEE (IEEE Conference Calendar): http://www.engii.org/cet2011/NewsContent.aspx?newsID=527  

Paper Submission Deadline: April 30, 2011
Acceptance Notification: June 15, 2011

The conference is soliciting state-of-the-art research papers in the following areas of interest:

  • Business Project Management
  • Crisis, Emergency and Risk Management
  • Customer Management
  • Data Mining and E-commerce
  • Decision Making Process
  • Digital City
  • E-Government
  • Engineering Management
  • Enterprise Management
  • Environmental and Energy Management
  • Financial Analysis
  • Geographic Information System
  • Human Resources Management
  • Information Assurance and Security
  • Investment Analysis
  • Knowledge Management
  • Logistics Management
  • Management Consulting
  • Management of Information Systems
  • Operations Research and Management Science
  • Process Improvement
  • Project Management
  • Quality Control
  • Requirement Analysis
  • Sales and Marketing
  • Service Science
  • Systems Engineering and Analysis
  • Technology Innovation
  • Transportation Management
  • Urban Management

 

For more information, please contact:
Email: cebm@engii.org
QQ: 58329403
QQ group: 133861010 133861899

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KING’S COLLEGE LONDON, TUESDAY 30 MARCH: CELEBRATE RESISTANCE TO EDUCATION CUTS!

Tuesday 30 March will see the first ever local strike against management by UCU members at King’s College London. We have voted overwhelmingly to take industrial action against a £27m cuts programme that has put 205 jobs at risk of redundancy, with more to follow. 

* Whole departments are set to close – Engineering, Dental Mictobiology, American Studies, Equality and Diversity – with other areas also under threat – Palaeography, Logic, Linguistics, the Institute of Psychiatry, Biomedical and Health Sciences.

* All this in a College where 202 staff earn over £100k a year, with a combined salary bill of £29m, and where a £100k salary cap would save £9m a year.

* Management have by-passed the proper channels of consultation to impose redundancies. Most staff learned that the country’s oldest Engineering department was to close via the College’s website, before any formal consultation had taken place.

All this helps explain why King’s staff returned the highest proportion of votes in our union’s history (85%) for some form of industrial action. But this fight is not about King’s alone. If our management’s redundancies are not stopped, it will give confidence to every management team in higher, further and adult education, who believe that the top-down management model in place at King’s can impose cuts on everyone, everywhere. More seriously, it will convince any future government that education is a soft target as they try to recoup the billions spent on the banking sector.
 
Speaking at King’s four days before the strike Tony Benn told students and staff that, ‘What you’re doing is educating College management in the importance of education.’ At a time when Peter Mandelson is attempting to prevent young people from going to university, and the Chancellor of the Exchequer is contemplating cuts that will be ‘worse than Thatcher’, we also need to educate the present government, and its successor, about the importance of education. So our fight is also your fight.
 
We are calling on everyone to join us on our picket lines (7am to 5pm) on Tuesday 30 March. We want our strike to be a lively celebration of resistance to cuts and a demonstration of our resolve to defend our colleagues’ jobs and our students’ education.
 
Join our rallies on Tuesday, open to everyone:
 
Tues 30 March 1pm KCL Strand and Waterloo site entrances
http://www.kcl.ac.uk/about/campuses/strand.html
http://www.kcl.ac.uk/about/campuses/waterloo.html

Tues 30 March 6pm London School of Economics, U8, Tower One, Ground Floor http://www2.lse.ac.uk/mapsAndDirections/findingYourWayAroundLSE.aspx
 
Please send donations and messages of support to: ucu@kcl.ac.uk
 
For more information on our dispute see http://www.kcl.ac.uk/ucu
 
In solidarity,
 
Jim Wolfreys, President KCL UCU 

Justine Stephens, Head of Campaigns, UCU, Carlow Street, London, NW1 7LH

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