(GIMAR – 2018)

Conference Main Theme: “Global Issues In Multidisciplinary Academic Research”

TRACK: Engineering and Technology Studies

Introduction to the Track

The purpose of this track is to discuss the Scope of research and development in area of Engineering and Technology Studies, including all the processes which plays an important role in improvement of decision making while also exploring research questions of relevance to everyone.

This track invites both theoretical and applied research papers discussing topics relevant to the concepts related to Engineering and Technology. Its overall purpose is to provide a dedicated venue for such research to be shared and discussed, and thus to highlight the breadth and depth of efforts to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of this area of research. In honor of this year’s conference theme, submissions which consider opportunities to improve decision making by and for a diverse set of stakeholders are particularly welcomed.


Broadly, the main areas of inquiry include the following Multidisciplinary areas but not limited to:

Architecture, Artificial Intelligence, Bioinformatics, Bio-medical Engineering, Biotechnology, Computer software and applications, Computing, Data Mining, Design, Energy, Engineering, Forestry, Image Processing, Information Technology, Internet and World Wide Web, Manufacturing, Military, Mining, Nanotechnology and Smart Materials, Networking, Polymers and Plastics, Renewable Energy, Robotics, Space Environment and Aviation Technology, Systems Engineering, Transport, Electrical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Computer Engineering, Architecture Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Materials Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Architecture Engineering, Built Environment, Aeronautical engineering.