Tṛtīyam Viśva-Veda-Vijñāna-Sammelanam (VVVS)
Tṛtīyam Viśva-Veda-Vijñāna-Sammelanam calls for abstracts on following subjects from researchers, corporates, NGOs and grass root innovators. This conference is scheduled on 11th to 13th January 2018 in Pune on a subject of Vedic and Modern Sciences – Insights, Interactions and Interfaces.
The thematic areas chosen for deliberations / presentations are As follows -
1) Vision and Aspiration, Foundations, Understanding Reality
2) Philosophy, Logic & Epistemology
3) Cosmology, Astronomy, Mathematics
4) Brain, Mind & Consciousness, Yoga, Psychology, Spiritual Sciences
5) Sanskrit & Linguistics, Aesthetics
6) Archaeology, Anthropology, Physical Sciences
7) Social Sciences
8) Engineering & Technology, Architecture, Iconography
9) Management, Information Sciences & Technology
10) Life Sciences, Forestry, Biodiversity, Traditional Medicine, Healing & Wellness Animal Husbandry, Agriculture, Environment
11) Performing Arts, Kalā, Krīḍā
Abstracts in compliance to these themes are requested for oral or poster presentation during the conference.The presentations can be in English, Sanskrit or Hindi.
Areas to be Explored
The following is a partial list of areas to be explored. Researchers and practioners, keeping in view the focal theme, may include new areas:
• Vision & Aspiration of the Vedic and Modern Sciences
• Understanding Reality: the Vedic View & Modern View
• Cosmology: the Vedic & Modern View
• Instruments of Valid Knowledge (Pramāṇas) in the Vedic Sciences and Modern Sciences
• India’s Voyage of Science from the Vedic to Modern Times
• Saṅkhyā (Mathematics): The Foundation of the Vedic Sciences
• Vedanta and Quantum Science
• Consciousness Studies: the Vedic and Modern Explorations
• Recent Archaeological Findings and New Light on History of South Asia
• Sanskrit Dictionary Project: Progress & Challenges
• Towards Sanskrit as a Computer Language and Linguistic issues
• Library Science, Manuscriptology, Epigraphy
• Sustainable Agriculture: the Vedic & Modern Practices
• Vedic Veterinary Sciences, Go-Vijñāna
• Weather Predictions, Climate Change, Healing, Medication, Impact on ecology
• Yoga and Meditation: Modern Scientific Findings & Validations
• Vedic Psychology and Modern Psychology
• Towards Integrative Healthcare – Western and Indian Perspectives and Practices
• Vāstuśāstra, Habitats and Temple Architecture
• Interdisciplinary Sciences: Ayurbiology, Ayurchemistry, Herbometallics Ayurgeonomics
• Kauṭilīya’s Arthaśāstra,Nītiśāstra and Modern Management Science
• Yuddhaśāstra ( Warfare ) and Nītiśāstra
• Saṅgīta, Nṛtyaśāstra, and Performing Arts
• Kalā and Krīḍā
Responsibilities of the Presenting Author
1) The first author listed for each abstract serve as the presenting author and as the primary contact for all correspondence regarding the abstract, unless otherwise specified under the "Address for correspondence” section of the abstract submission.
2) The presenting author must be one of the co-authors listed on the submitted abstract.
3) The presenting author is responsible for the following:
a) Ensuring that all authors have read the abstract and agreed to be co-authors. Failure to get approval from all authors will result in rejection of the abstract.
b) Notifying all co-authors of any additions, deletions, and changes to the program, as may be communicated by VVVS.
c) Obtaining all the conflict-of-interest disclosure and copyright transfer information from co-authors.
d) Forwarding all correspondence to all co-authors, including VVVS conference policies and guidelines.
The abstracts should preferably be sent through email, in word format to reach the organizers on or before 31st August 2017 on firstname.lastname@example.org. Hard copy communication can also be accepted in special cases.
Academic program committee will review the abstracts and inform their decision to the respected authors by 30th September 2017. The abstract submission should be specifically for either poster or oral presentation. The decision of academic program committee to accept or to reject any abstract will be final and cannot be challenged.
Permission for oral presentation of the papers during the conference will depend on total entries received.
However, all accepted full length papers will be included in the proceedings of the conference. The authors are requested to take note of plagiarism possibilities and must take care to strictly avoid them.
TṛtīyamViśva-Veda-Vijñāna-Sammelanam (VVVS) will not be responsible for any plagiarism issues.
Format for Writing Abstract
1.On page 1 :
Subject : Abstract submission for World Congress of Vedic Sciences
- Author name(s)
- Title of the presentation
- Title of the seminar topic
- 3 to 5 keywords
- E-mail for correspondence
2.On page 2 :
- The problem(s) being addressed
- The central claim(s) being made
- Data source(s) and analytical approach(es)
- Sample examples
- Implication(s) of the findings
The abstract should be 300 words maximum (excluding references). Please use only Unicode compliant fonts.
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