International Academic Conference in Rome, Italy -in person and virtual

International Academic Conference in Rome, Italy -in person and virtual

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Hotel Quirinale

7 Via Nazionale

00184 Roma

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The International Academic Rome 2022 Conference is in person and online multidisciplinary academic conference

About this event

Dear friends,

The IAI Conferences provide a platform for academics, researchers, and Ph.D. students to contribute with their papers on topics related to education, humanities, Sports and social sciences, business, economics, finance, and management. Please visit our web page for more information: www.ia-institute.com.

The International Academic Institute Rome Conference 19 September 2022 Conference offers the following main tracks: Mathematics, Engineering, Management, Economics, Educational Sciences and Teaching, Medical Sciences and Social Sciences.

Registration/Abstract Submissions accepted here by September 1, 2022.

KEY NOTE SPEAKER: Prof. Massimo Introzzi from Università Bicocca https://www.unimib.it/massimo-introzzi

The conference welcomes both paper and poster presentations by Ph.D. students, scholars, and professionals.

You can also submit your proposal/abstract or full paper electronically via email attachment to staff@ia-institute.com

Important dates:

  • The conference will take place on September 19, 2022
  • Conference Venue : Hotel Quirinale Rome Italy, Via Nazionale 7
  • Virtual Presentation (e-session) participation fee: 99 EUR before September 1, 2022
  • In person participation fee: 249 EUR before September 1, 2022
  • Submission Deadline/abstract: September 1, 2022
  • Submission Deadline for Final Paper you would like included in the conference proceedings by October 1, 2022.

Education & Social Science Conference topics include, but are not limited to: Anthropology; Arts & Humanities; Blended Education; Business Education; Contemporary Issues in Education; Culture; Curriculum; Distance Education; E-Learning; Early Education; Engineering Education; Gender Studies; Globalization; Health Education; Higher Education; History; Human Rights; Information Science; Interdisciplinary Studies; Intellectual Property; International Education; K-12 Education; Law; Language; Language Education; Literature; Media and Communications; Medicine and Education; Multidisciplinary Studies; Music; Politics; Popular Culture; Professional Development; Psychology; Public Policy; Religious Studies; Science Education; Secondary Education; Social Sciences; Sociology; Special Education; Science; Teacher Education; Teaching Methods; Technology and Education; Tourism; Urban Studies.

Business & Economics Conference topics include, but are not limited to: Accounting; Auditing; Banking; Business Education; Business Ethics; Business Information Systems; Business Law; Business Teaching Methods; Diversity Management; E-Commerce; Economics; Health Economics; Energy Economics; Energy Policy; Engineering; Finance; Human Resources; Information Systems; International Business; Public Relations for Business; International Energy Development & Usage; Management; Management Theory; Strategic Management; Marketing; Organizational Behavior; Service Science; Supply Chain Management; Taxes.

Research Areas in Engineering include, but are not limited to: Aerodynamics and Fluid Mechanics; Biomechanics; Combustion and Energy Systems; Design and Manufacturing; Dynamics and Control;Materials and Structures; Vibrations, Acoustics and Fluid-Structure Interaction.

Medicine Research Topics include, but are not limited to:The history of medicine. Medicine and religion;Epidemics and pandemics in human history; Child health care and its differences from the adult ones; The treatment of pregnant women and their differences; Battlefield medicine; The role of paramedics in general health care; The medicine in the third-world countries. Humanitarian missions; Medical instruments: history and evolution; The antibiotics and their role in the treatment of diseases; Virus infections and their treatment; The ethical aspects of medical research on humans and animals; Drugs, homeopathic medicines, and placebo effect; The medical research ethic: can the results of unethical experiments be used to save others?; Genetic engineering and cloning; The history of vaccination: benefits, dangers, and prejudice; Alternative medicine; Possible ways of medicine development in the future; Biomechanics in medicine; Artificial tissues and organs; Medical treatment of mental diseases: successes and failures; Chronic diseases and treatment of people with them; Palliative treatment; Cancer treatment and research; HIV/AIDS: what methods of treatment can the modern medicine offer?; Alzheimer disease: is it possible to battle it?; Rare genetic diseases and their study; Autism: a disease or a variant of norm?; The modern lifestyle and its influence upon the people’s health;Professional diseases;Stem cells research; Sleep disorders; The role of a healthy diet and sport in the overall health level of population; The treatment of rabies. The Milwaukee protocol; Coma. Artificial coma;Aging and changes in physical and mental health; The typical health problems of puberty; Assisted suicide as a way of treatment terminal diseases; Brain injuries and their consequences; Smoking, alcohol and substances abuse and their effects on the human health;Eating disorders: anorexia and bulimia;

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