Type of Sessions
The SGEM Organizing Committee have a strong commitment to provide opportunities for conference participants to exchange knowledge and ideas, communicate and learn from each other. The conference programme combines a number of sessions and events that are designed specifically to promote interactions among the on-site members of the knowledge art and social communities. These range from more formal Oral and Poster sessions, through parallel Workshop discussions and Live Art performances, to informal coffee breaks and optional social activities. Aiming to keep the value of interactions among participants, these sessions are arranged in a programme that allow live discussions following the formal presentations throughout the 4 conference days.
Oral/Poster Presentations are organized by the Conference Programme Committee regarding their topic and type of presentation.
PhDPresentations (Oral/Poster) are organized by the Conference Programme Committee regarding their topic and type of presentation.
Publishing a paperis an option available for those who are unable to attend the conference in person.
Experts and senior scientistsare welcome to prepare and submit proposals for an interactive-workshop session where concepts will be demonstrated or explored.Discussions and exercises involving the audience are preferential and always expected.
University representatives, artists and musicians are able to demonstrate the status of their work, musical and/or theatrical performance, exhibit of artwork, photographs, sculptures or etc..
Presentation Nominations & Awards
Each Speaker receives a Certificate of Attendance after the end of the respective plenary session by the Session Chairmen.
Traditionally, the Closing Ceremony is combined with the Official Awarding Ceremony, where Award Certificates and Crystal Plaques are officially given to best Speakers by member of the Scientific Committee.
Preliminary conference programme is published on the web site a week after the final deadlines for call for papers and workshop proposals.
The hard copies of the Conference Proceeding will be given in person to all Lecturers/ CoLecturers/ PhD Students at the conference venue. The hard copies of the Publishers will be sent by post after the end of the event.