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RDG Conference Report of Dennis T. Leyson

Write up about the Conference The conference was attended by thousands of mathematicians all over the world. In the opening ceremonies, the four FIELDS medals (the highest recognition given to outstanding mathematicians) were awarded. There were plenary sessions (1-hour lecture), invited talks sessions (45-minutes lecture) and contributed talks sessions (20- minute presentations). The talks were divided into different fields of mathematics and I attended the Geometry sessions. Feedback on paper presented I presented a poster of my paper on August 14 (Thursday) together with the other poster presentations on Geometry. Posters were posted from 1pm-6pm and standing on posters for […]

RDG Conference Report of Jean Marie V. Juanga

Write up about the Conference The European Network for Housing Research (ENHR) was established in 1988 to provide an organizational platform for institutions and individuals in (and outside) Europe, who are actively engaged in housing research. It now has about 1000 individual and nearly 100 institutional members representing almost every country in Europe. Although ENHR is a European network, researchers from outside Europe are also very welcome to join.( The European Network Housing Research (ENHR) is an annual conference which is usually held in different parts of Europe but is attended by participants worldwide.  The  26th  ENHR conference, which […]

RDG Conference Report of Cynthia T. Hedreyda

Write up about the Conference The 1st international conference on “ASEAN Microbial Biotechnology Conference” was organized with the goal of providing a venue where researchers in the field of Microbial Biotechnology from the region can share research experiences and obtain updates on technology development and utilization of microbes for biotechnological application. The first two days included Plenary paper presentations in the morning,. a one hour poster presentation after lunch and simultaneous sessions of oral paper presentations (Agricultural Biotechnology, Industrial Biotechnology, Biofuels and Biorefinery, and Biofertilizers) after the poster session. On the third day of the conference, a meeting of representatives […]

RDG Conference Report of Pauline Mari F. Hernando

Write up about the Conference From Brontë to Bloomsbury: Realism, Sensation and the New in Women’s Writing from the 1840s to the 1920s. The International Centre for Victorian Women Writers (ICVWW) is seeking collaborative partnerships for an extensive project that traces the development of women’ writing from the 1840s to the 1920s. This five-year project aims to trace and reassess, decade by decade, how women’s writing develops across the cultural context of the 1890s to the 1920s: a transformative period in women’s private, public and literary lives. Including the work of canonical authors such as Charlotte Brontë and Virginia Woolf, the […]

RDG Conference Report of Daryl Q. Granario

Write up about the Conference The ILAS conference is an international conference held every one to two years by the International Linear Algebra Society (ILAS). The theme of the 19th conference is “Solidarity in Linear Algebra”. The lecturer that were presented in the conference range from “pure” branches of linear algebra like combinatorial matrix theory and matrix geometry, to its applications in fields like quantum computing and computational systems biology. Feedback on paper presented The paper was well-received by the audience. Future directions of research presented We generalize the results presented by considering a larger class of matrices Potential foreign […]

RDG Conference Report of Edward James R. Gorgon

Write up about the Conference Initially organized to mark the 18th anniversary of the establishment of the faculty and the 80th anniversary of the establishments of Thammasat University, the International Allied Health Sciences Conference is aimed at achieving the following purposes:  To explore and distribute, knowledge, information and data from research in medical innovation to health related professionals; To facilitate knowledge, information and data exchange between health related professionals and research internationally; To provide an opportunity for new or young researchers to learn and discuss knowledge, information and data with experts and experienced researchers in Health Sciences. The conference included […]

RDG Conference Report of Juan Carlos T. Gonzalez

Write up about the Conference The International Ornithological Congress (IOC) was organized by the International Ornithologists’ Union (IOU), which is recognized as the world’s largest and leading Ornithological society. The IOC draws participants from all continents and almost every country in the world, providing an important venue for showcasing the novel contributions from leading ornithological agencies and universities. It convenes nearly all the global bird experts and students, thus allowing scientific exchange on diverse research topics involving birds, from molecular systematic to bird art and folklore. The 26th congress marks a historical milestone for the IOU, convened every 4 years […]

RDG Conference Report of Emmanuel A. Florido

Write up about the Conference The 4th Thailand International Nanotechnology Conference (NanoThailand 2014) under the theme of “Nanotechnology for Better Living” is the largest international nanotechnology conference and exhibition in Thailand. It provided a unique opportunity for the world’s leading experts to get together for technical discussion and sharing in all areas of nanotechnology research and development. With an annual attendance of over 300 scientists, professors, students, and private sector groups, NanoThailand conference  is becoming known in international conference in the field of nanotechnology covering 12 nanotechnology topics: Manufacturing and Industrial, Nanomaterials, Nanobiology, Nano-instrument, Nano-medicine and Drug Delivery, Nanotechnology in […]

RDG Conference Report of Kurt Junshean P. Espinosa

Write up about the Conference The conference has provided me another perspective where computer science techniques are widely used especially in optimization problems in industrial engineering. Many papers used artificial intelligence techniques to improve efficiency in the process such as dynamic vehicle route planning, traffic management and automation, optimization of inventories, etc. Feedback on paper presented In the talk I delivered, some people asked if the popularity of the Philippines s a BPO/KPO destination was brought about by the ICT education provided. They also asked details on how the Delphi approach to generating consensus can be applied in industrial processes. […]

RDG Conference Report of Christian Joseph R. Cumagun

Write up about the Conference To set the tone of the 10th IMC in Bangkok, the first day opened with a stimulating key note lecture of Dr. Pedro Crous, Director of the CBS Fungal Biodiversity Centre, an Institute of the Royal Dutch Academy of Arts and Sciences, Utrecht, Netherlands. I am fortunate to be currently collaborating with him on Cercosporoid fungi. His assistant, Dr. Johannes Groenewald came up to me to provide the needed data requested by the reviewers to complete our paper on the first report of Pseudocerpospora jahnii from Tabebuia in the Philippines. This data include no of […]