CALL FOR PAPERS
1.1 General Information, aim of the Conference and Call for Papers
1.1 General Information, aim of the Conference and Call for Papers
- You are invited to participate to the International Conference on Quantitative, Social, Biomedical and Economic Issues 2018 (ICQSBEI ’18) by submitting your abstract or poster, relevant to the topics of the Conference.
- The General subject for investigation of this Conference is the following :
The Impact of New Technologies on Management, Education and People’s Behavior.
- The 2nd International Conference is a continuation of the 1st International Conference on Quantitative, Social, Biomedical and Economic Issues (https://www.icqsbei2017.weebly.com) and aims to be a forum for researchers’ meeting with each other and exchanging ideas.The publication of the Conference Proceedings for the 1st International Conference(ICQSBEI2017) is in the following address in Google Scholar:
- This Conference serves as an excellent platform for presenting Theoretical and Applied papers in the fields of the uses of New Technologies (Internet, Social Media, Smart phones, technological addictions) for information, communication, entertainment, Education ,Business Management and Marketing, as well as, the dangers for people’s health, from the addictive and uncontrollable uses and abuses of the New Technologies.
1.2.1. The impact of New Technologies on Management
Integration of Data and Processes
Big Data Analytics
Business Process Management
Supply Chain Processes
ERP ,CRM, implementations
Creation, Learning, Evolution and Evaluation of Ontologies
Natural Language Processing and Cognitive Science
Internet of Things for Management and Education
Development of new enterprises based on Social Media
1.2.2. The impact of New Technologies on Business administration and Marketing
Management of Human Resources
Accounting and New Technologies
1.2.3. The impact of New Technologies on:
Management of Health Units.
Digital Tourism and New Technologies.
Marketing Strategies and New Technologies
Smart phone applications
Multimedia and Website Development
Impact of Social Media on Business, Social Developments and Science
Entrepreneurship and New Technologies
Impact of New Technologies in promoting Science, Statistics, Mathematics, Physics, Operational Research and the process of Teaching.
Computer Intensive Methods in Statistics (BOOTSTRAP, JACKKNIFE, CROSS VALIDATION)
1.2.4. New Technologies and Education
Instructional Design and Delivery ,evaluation and assessment
Informal and formal adult Education
Web-based qualitative research
On-line focus groups
On-line Individual in Depth Interviewing
Marketing research by interviews
Consumer behavior research by interviews
Ethical considerations in the use of Information Technology in Teaching
New Tools and Technologies for Education
1.2.5. Technological and Behavioral Addictions
Internet Pathological Gambling
Internet Gaming Disorder
Internet Pornography Addiction
Internet Addiction Disorder
Problematic Social Media Use
Smart Phone Addiction Patterns
Social Media Addiction
Social Media criminality
Web based criminality
Dark web and criminal activities
Psychological Support of web victims
Influence of web-base political marketing to the masses
1.3. Important Dates
1.3.1. Dates concerning Registration
Initial date of Registration: September 16, 2017
Registration period: September 16, 2017 -February 6, 2018
Final date of Registration: February 6, 2018
Final date for deposit of Registration Fees : February 6, 2018
1.3.2. Dates concerning Abstract , Paper Submission and Conference
Period of Abstract submission: September 16, 2017 - January 28, 2018
Final Date for Notification of Decision: February 3, 2018 or 10 days after submission date
Final Date for Full paper submission: February 6, 2018
Conference: March 2-3, 2018
1.4. Abstract submission
The Scientific Committee of the Conference welcomes Oral presentations (15 minutes each) and Poster Presentations using MS POWERPOINT. All submitted papers will be refereed and their authors will be informed. Each participant who would like to present a paper at the Conference must submit a two –page abstract in MS WORD 2007
or MS WORD 2010 (500 words maximum), to the Organizing Committee at the following e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org
as doc file attachment.
Dr. Christos Frangos, B.Sc.,M.Sc.,Ph.D.(London School of Economics)
Tepeleniou Street No. 7,
Athens, P.C. 14121, Greece
mobile phone:+30- 6944-162376
The abstract and the main body of the paper should be written according to the following instructions .
For detailed guidance,the Delegates should use the file:
a.1. width of page: 12.5 cm.
a.2. length of page: 18cm.
a.3. font: Times New Roman, size 12.
a.4. The Title will be in capital letters, centered . Font in title: Times New Roman, size 14, bold.
a.5. After the title, will follow the name or names of author(s), the detailed address(es) of the Institution(s) (or Company(ies)) and the e-mail address of the author(s).
a.6. The abstract will be no more than two pages, including Key-words and References (up to 500 words).
a.7. After the name(s) of the author(s) will be the word “abstract” in capital letters. Font: Times New Roman, size 14, bold.
a.8. The abstract may be submitted together with the Registration Form which is at the Registration Section of this announcement.
The form of References will be the same as the form of References in The Harvard Apa-Style Guide to Bibliographical References (University of Portsmuth, Harvard, guide.pdf) as follows :
Haynes, J. (2005). Comparative politics in a globalizing world. Cambridge: Polity.
Kubálková, V., Onuf, N., & Kowert, P. (Eds.). (1998). International relations in a constructed world. Armonk, NY: M. E. Sharpe.
Marr, P. (2004). The modern history of Iraq (2nd ed.). Boulder, CO: Westview.
Name of author/s or editor/s using last name, plus initial/s. (Type Ed. or Eds. - short for editor/s- here if referring to a whole edited book). (Year of publication). Title of Book (Edition number goes here if later than first e.g. 2nd ed.). Place of publication: Publisher.
Gordon, P. H., & Shapiro, J. (2004). Allies at war: America, Europe and the crisis over Iraq [Electronic version]. New York: McGraw-Hill.
This format is identical to that of a printed book apart from adding “Electronic version” in square brackets immediately after the book title.
Chapters in edited books
Evans, T. (1997). Democratization and human rights. In A. McGrew (Ed.), The transformation of democracy? (pp. 122-148). Cambridge: Polity Press.
Name of author. (Year of publication). Title of chapter. In Name of editor/s (Ed/s.), Title of
book (pp. Start and end page numbers of chapter). Place of publication: Publisher.
Foster, C. D. (2001). The civil service under stress: the fall in civil service power and authority. Public Administration, 79(3), 725-749.
Name of author/s. (Year of publication). Title of article. Title of Journal, Volume number(issue number), Start and end page numbers of article.
Hobsbawm, E. (1998, November/December). The death of neo-liberalism. Marxism Today, 4-8.
Name of author/s. (Year of publication, Date of publication – month/s or month plus day if weekly). Title of article. Title of Magazine, Page number/s of article.
Cowan, R. (2001, October 23). Adams asks IRA to disarm. The Guardian, p. 1.
Name of author/s. (Year of publication, Date of publication – month plus day). Title of article.Title of Newspaper, Page number/s of article.
Prime Minister’s Office & Cabinet Office. (1999). Modernising Government (Cm 4310).London: The Stationery Office.
Select Committee on Defence. (1996). Fourth Report, Westland plc: The Government’s Decision-Making (HC 519). London: HMSO.
Name of author/s. (Year of publication). Title of Official Publication (Official publication’s
reference number). Place of publication: Publisher.
Newman, J. (2001, September). New Labour and the Politics of Governance. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the European Group of Public Administration, Vaasa, Finland.
Name of author/s. (Year of publication, Month of conference). Title of Conference Paper. Paper presented at the Title of Conference or the Name of the Organisation holding the conference,
Location of conference.
Commission of the European Communities. (2001). Governance in the European Union: a White Paper. Retrieved August 21, 2001, from http://europa.eu.int/governance/white_paper/ index_en.htm
Name of author/s. (Year of publication). Title of web page. Retrieved date accessed, from World Wide Web address.
Electronic journal articles which are duplicates of the printed version
Mabbett, D. (2005). The development of rights-based social policy in the European Union: the example of disability rights [Electronic version]. Journal of Common Market Studies, 43(1), 97-120.
This format is identical to that of a printed journal article apart from adding “Electronic version” in square brackets immediately after the article title.
Articles retrieved from a full-text database e.g. JSTOR, LexisNexis, Business Source Premier
Hughes, K., & Smith, E. (1998). New Labour – new Europe? International Affairs, 74(1), 93-104. Retrieved September 12, 2005, from the JSTOR database.
White, M., & Seager, A. (2005, September 5). Blair hopes to unravel textile row at EU-China summit. The Guardian, p. 2. Retrieved September 12, 2005, from the LexisNexis Executive database.
Article reference format follows that of a normal journal, newspaper or magazine article. You should then add: Retrieved month day, year, from name of full-text database.
Reed, C. (Director). (1949). The Third Man [Motion picture]. United Kingdom: British Lion/London Films.
Name of primary contributor - the director or producer, or both, Initials. (Role of primary contributor). (Year). Title of film [Motion picture]. Country of origin – where the film was primarily made and released: Name of studio.
Jewhurst, A. (Producer). (2005, September 15). Dispatches: secrets of the shoplifters
[Television broadcast]. London: Channel 4.
Scott-Brown, A. (Producer). (2005, September 15). Bulawayo boys [Radio broadcast]. London: BBC Radio 4.
Name of primary contributor – the producer or director. (Role of primary contributor). (Year, month & day of broadcast). Title of programme [Type of broadcast]. Place: Name of broadcaster.
1.5. Author Guidelines-Paper Submission
The complete paper (Abstract, Main text, References) will be written according to the following instructions. For detailed guidance,the delegates should use the following:
The ICQSBEI 18 Conference template is attached to any e-mail sent to conference prospective delegates
- Length of paper: 8-10 pages.
- Language: English
- References: compulsory (according to a.7).
- Abstract: according to instructions a.1-a.8.
- Diagrams, Pictures: Black and white.
- Software: MS WORD 2007 or MS WORD 2010
- Spacing: single.
- Font: Times New Roman. Size 12.
- Submission of complete paper by e-mail to the address: email@example.com, as doc file attachment.
Dr. Christos Frangos, B.Sc., M.Sc. ,Ph.D.(London School of Economics)
The complete papers will be published in the Conference Proceedings, which will have ISBN and ISSN Numbers and they will be in Google Scholar the same way this was done with the Cpnference Proceedings of the 1st International Conference on Quantitative,Social,Biomedical and Economic Issues 2017 (see https://scholar.google.gr/scholar?q=Proceedings+of+1ST+international+conference+on+Quantitative%2CSocial%2CBiomedical+and+Economic+Issues&btnG=&hl=en&as_sdt=0%2C5)
1.5.1. Reviewing Procedure
All the submitted papers will be blind peer reviewed by two competent reviewers for relevance of material presented to the Conference topics, for compliance with the writing template and for originality of the content.
The accepted papers will be included in the Volume of Conference Proceedings, which will have ISBN and ISSN Numbers and they will be submitted to be indexed in GOOGLE SCHOLAR .
The following Scientific Journals will publish selected papers, after blind peer review:
1. Communication in Statistics, Simulation and Computation (INDEXED IN 2016 THOMSON REUTERS, 2016 JOURNAL CITATION REPORTS)
2. International Journal of Economic Science and Applied Research (INDEXED IN ECONLIT)
3. Archives of Economic History (INDEXED IN ECONLIT)
4. SPOUDAI (INDEXED IN ECONLIT)
1.5.3. Submission of posters
Delegates should use the following poster template,with the label:
1.5.4. Organization of Workshops
The Organizing Committee of the ICQSBEI 2018 Conference welcomes the requests for organizing Workshops on the Conference Topics.The Interested expert researchers who would like to become Leaders of Workshops should do the following:
- Select a Topic or a group of related topics of the Conference.
- Find at least four delegates who will be willing to register, pay the prescribed Registration fees and participate to the Conference by presenting their paper which will be included in the Volume of Conference Proceedings.
- Review the papers of the delegates who are presenters at their workshop.
- Chair the Session of their workshop.
The benefits of workshop leaders are the following:
A1. There is special reference in the Proceedings Volume about the title, the leader and the members of the workshops.
A2. The Workshop organizer will not pay the Registration fees for the Conference.