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Call for participation 1st Olympiad in Engineering Science in Ancient Olympia (Greece)

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May 23, 2023

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Call for participation 1st Olympiad in Engineering Science in Ancient Olympia (Greece)

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May 23, 2023

May 23, 2023 1:40 PM

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The Olympiad in Engineering Science (OES 2023) is an international congress and contest aiming to disseminate and evaluate the recent advances in Engineering Science. The most influential scientific minds of the world are going to meet distinguished researchers in Olympia, the place of the origin of the Olympic Games, to share their knowledge and to assess the novelty of the research works presented in Olympiad. The topics for the event are Mechanics of Solids, Mechanics of Fluids, Dynamics & Vibrations, Thermodynamics & Heat Transfer, Materials Science, Machine Learning. In the last day of the Olympiad the jury of each scientific field will announce the winners of the Olympic medals in Engineering Science.

Prominent keynote speakers (Editors-in-Chief of top journals) and worldwide scientific committee chairs are joining Olympiad.

The coordination of the 1st Olympiad is carried out by University of Stavanger, the Norwegian member of the European Consortium of Innovative Universities. ECIU is co-organizing the event, participants from the ECIU get a reduced participation fee.

Relevant Information

  • Abstract submission: 15 Jan. 2023
  • Notification of abstract acceptance: 17 Jan.2023
  • Submission of full-length paper: 28 Febr. 2023
  • Notification of reviewers’ comments: 10 March 2023
  • Submission of revised paper (if necessary): 20 March 2023
  • Notification of paper acceptance: 25 March 2023
  • Registration deadline: 30 March 2023

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University of Stavanger

The University of Stavanger is situated on Norway’s south-west coast, surrounded by magnificent and diverse landscapes. The charming harbour city of Stavanger ranks as Norway’s fourth largest with approximately 130,000 inhabitants and is known as Norway’s “oil and energy capital”. The Stavanger region is Norway’s most productive area and has been the national hub for innovative industry for several decades, partly owing to the petroleum industry and partly to a spirit of innovation and entrepreneurship which existed long before the oil age.