2009 Manama - Bahrain
Dr. Allam Ahmed, University of Sussex, UK (Co-Chair)
Prof. Amer Al Roubaie, Ahlia University, Bahrain (Co-Chair)
Ms Fiona Dooley, UK (Finance)
Mr Ahmed Khogali, UK (Registration)
Dr. Michael Busler, The Richard Stockton College, USA
Dr. Siham El-Kafafi, Manukau Institute of Technology, New Zealand
Registration fee includes:
- 3 Lunches and 2 dinners
- Mid-morning and afternoon coffee breaks
- Admission to sessions
- One copy of the Conference program and proceedings
DEADLINE FOR REGISTRATION AND FULL PAYMENT: 05 JULY 2009
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Participants from the developed countries and GCC $600
Participants from the developing countries and students $400
All payments should be transferred directly to WASD account. All charges for sending and receiving must be prepaid.
ALL REFUND REQUESTS MUST BE RECEIVED IN WRITING BEFORE 05 JULY 2009.
THERE WILL BE A $50 ADMINISTRATION FEE FOR REFUNDS AND PLEASE NOTE THAT THERE WILL BE NO REFUNDS AFTER 05 JULY 2009.
THERE WILL BE A $50 SERVICE CHARGE FOR PAYMENTS AFTER 05 JULY 2009.
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Most visitors to Bahrain will require visa prior travel to Bahrain. The local orgainsing committee will provide full information and help regarding the requirements for obraining visa to enter Bahrain but in the meantime please consult your nearest Bahraini Embassy about the procedure/requirements to obtain visa in your country.
You can also check the Ministry of Foreign Affairs regarding visa and other immigration matters.
Letters of invitations will be sent to the conference participants upon formal acceptance of your paper and completion of the registration form.
More information about the Kingdom of Bahrain including tourism can be found in the Ministry of Information website.
Deadline for Full Paper Submission: CLOSED
PAPERS AFTER THE DEADLINE WILL NOT BE INCLUDED IN THE PROCEEDINGS.
Submissions of papers (No more than two papers per presenting author) are invited in any of the conference different RESEARCH TRACKS, but need not limit their options to these themes/tracks.
Please submit your paper (s) directly to the Track Chairs with a copy to the Program Coordinator. The different themes (or tracks), each with a listing of topics, have been formulated to aid the organisers of, and participants in, this conference in paper solicitations, review, and in assigning time slots for presentation. The topics in each listing are typical examples and are not in any way exhaustive or even mutually exclusive. The aim is to include in this conference a wide variety of ideas and issues and not to exclude any scholarly input that is related to the major themes of this conference. Authors who are uncertain of the appropriate track for their papers should consult the program chair at ().