AUS hosts a variety of academic and professional conferences each year. Many of these are open to the public and give members of the community a chance to learn what is new in their field of work. Of course, we are also open to helping organizations in the community put on conferences for customers, employees or other stakeholders. Contact us about your plans to get people together for a stimulating learning event. Below are details about two of our recent international conferences hosted by the College of Arts and Sciences.
Math International Conference (AUS-ICMS 2015)
The conference offered a forum for more than 250 researchers and scientists working in the fields of pure mathematics, applied mathematics, mathematics education and statistics to come together, discuss new research developments and network with one another. The conference was held in cooperation with the American Mathematical Society.
Physics International Conference (ICFTAP 2017)
The International Conference Frontiers in Theoretical and Applied Physics |UAE 2017 was organized by the Department of Physics at the American University of Sharjah (AUS) in partnership with the Emirates Mars Mission and Mohammed Bin Rashid Space Center (MBRSC) in Dubai. The conference was endorsed by the American Physical Society (APS), Materials Research Society (MRS), the Institute of Physics (IOP) in the UK, and the International Astronomical Union (IAU)-Office of Astronomy for Development. Held between 22-25 February, 2017, the conference was the first international and interdisciplinary physics conference in the region that attracted such a large number of world-leading scientists and experts in the fields of atomic, molecular and optical physics, condensed matter and materials science, astrophysics and space science, nuclear and high energy physics, and mathematical physics. It had a broad international participation from 45 countries, with registered delegates numbering over 330. The scientific program included the presentation and discussion of 300 papers, classified as 5 keynote lectures (each lasted 1 hour), 60 invited talks (each lasted thirty minutes), 145 contributed talks (12 minutes each), and 90 posters.