Description

PHEADE 2014 conference has a strong commitment to topics related to Human Being topics.

Conference’s theme:
Ethics and Predictions of the Future of Technology. Technoethics in the Age of Surprise

Tracks:
1. Humanism, Technology and Spirituality
2. Ethics of Research in the Age of Surprise
3. Religion on the Future of the Human Being in the Emerging Technologies Era
4. Convergences & Divergences in the Ethics of Technology (Technoethics)
5. Knowledge & Responsibility

We welcome suggestions for further topics, not included in the above list.

Maximum number of participants: 50

Working Language: English

Types of participation:
- online – via Skype
- online PechaKucha – via Skype
- in person

Deadlines:
- September 30 2014 – abstracts (at least 400 words, 5 keywords)
- November 30 2014 – full papers (up to 5000 words)

Submissions’ guidelines:
(1)   Submit  abstract / full paper (in MS Word) to viorel.guliciuc.1958@gmail.com
(2)   After submission we will use the  Easy Chair system (https://www.easychair.org/) for communication with you
(3)   Abstracts/full papers received by the deadline will be (double-blind) peer-reviewed on a rolling basis, with the notification of acceptance/rejection within 14 days.
(4) In case of a multi-authored abstract/paper, the submitting author will serve as the corresponding author.

Registration fees: 50 USD (early registration), 75 USD (after the 1st of October 2014)
Registration fees could also be paid on site.
Attendance for all students of JDV: Free
Terms and conditions:
1. The registration fee includes: attendance (virtual / in person), certificate of attendance.
2. If the same attending author will present more than one paper, the fee for each additional paper is 25 USD.
3. If a paper is multi-authored and more than one author will attend the conference (virtual or in person), each attending author needs to register separately and pay individual registration fee separately.
4. In person attendees will cover their transportation, meal and accommodation.

Publication: ISI indexed Journal (2016) or – EBSCO indexed Journal (2015)

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