Submission: Deadline has passed.
The Symposia of the Conference
Symposium 1 – Above and below the Moon: Islamicate science across the Mediterranean
Symposium 2 – Comparison and Connection in the Astral Sciences across Eurasia
Symposium 3 – Connected, Shared, and Entangled: Rethinking Foundational Assumptions
Symposium 4 – Euclid’s Elements from the West to the East
Symposium 5 – International Contacts of Soviet Science
Symposium 6 – Agricultural Diffusion Around the World
Symposium 7 – International journals with a wide coverage
Symposium 8 – The Migration of Scientists for Political or Economic Reasons
Symposium 9 – Retrospect and prospect: History of Science and Technology in China
Symposium 10 – Science in Different Ancient, Medieval and Early Modern Cultures and Context
Symposium 11 – Studies on the History of Metrology Development in China and the West
Symposium 12 – The Material Culture of Nuclear Diplomacy
Symposium 13 – The Mathematical Astronomies’ Exchange and Cooperation between Medieval Islam and China on the Silk Road
Symposium 14 – Theories and practices of measurement in ancient sciences
Symposium 15 – Tradition and Innovation in Mathematics in Late Antiquity and the Middle Ages
Symposium 16 – University science in Russia in XIX – XXI centuries: the regional dimension
Symposium 17 – Usages et contre-usages culturels et mathématiques de l’infini
Symposium 18 – The continuity and disruption of medicine
About the Symposia
A Symposium must be proposed by two organizers from different countries and it must comprise at least five participants included the organizers. Duration of one slot comprising five papers: two hours. Depending on the participants, one or more slots will be given to a Symposium. If a paper submitted as stand-alone paper and accepted by the Progam Committee pertains to the theme of a Symposium, the LOC will propose to the Symposium organizers to include it in their sessions.
Languages: Following the multilanguage tradition of the Academy, papers may be presented in any of the following languages: English, French, Spanish, German, Italian, Chinese, and Russian. For review procedure we require titles and abstracts for all proposals to be submitted in English or French. If a paper is presented in another language, please also supply an equivalent title in that language. Unfortunately, we are unable to provide facilities for translation at the Conference.
Deadline for Symposia proposals was: January
15 27, 2019.
Notification of acceptance was: February 15, 2019.