The College of Science at the King Saud University is scheduled to organize the International Conference and Exhibition for Science (ICES2023), under the theme: "Science for a Bright Future," both in-person and virtually between February 6 and 8, 2023.
The conference will address several important aspects of the Saudi Vision 2030, such as the future of energy, mining, environment and the quality of life, industrial chemistry, mathematical structures, and their applications, applied materials, mathematical modeling and its applications, natural resources, statistics and data security, astronomy, and the role of women in science.
More than 880 speakers and 6,700 academic researchers from 88 countries around the world will participate in the conference with over 2,200 scientific papers and posters.
The conference is an opportunity for interested people to meet with researchers from around the world, discuss and develop research results with global experts, and the possibility of publishing research in ISI journals, build partnerships with local and global research groups and get acquainted with new scientific techniques and equipment.
The conference contributes to the publication of the accepted lengthy summaries in the Scopus database, in collaboration with the international publisher Springer, attending workshops and distinguished training courses and building the CV. As for benefits for researchers and academics, there is an opportunity to win one of the conference awards for the best scientific presentation "The Researchers Category", and for the best scientific poster "The Researchers Category," an opportunity to receive points for academic promotion. Graduate students will have the opportunity to win one of the conference awards for best scientific presentation " The Student Category", for best science poster "The Student Category" and the opportunity to obtain admission to international universities.
The conference will also contribute socially by providing voluntary employment work opportunities and contributing to raising awareness of the culture of scientific conferences and their preparation and organization.
Source: Saudi Press Agency