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Conference Steering committee:
Professor Mohamed Mohamed Ahmed El Nur (Chairman)
Professor Yousif El Gorashi El Mahi
Professor Ahmed Hassan El Fahal
Professor Sami Mohamed Shareif
Professor Geilani Ali El Amin
Dr Ahmed Mohamed Abd el Rahman Arbab
Dr Mohamed Abakar
Dr Fadwa Abd el Rahman Taha
Dr Ibrahim Mohamed El Hassan
Dr Amel Abu Yazied
Dr Ali Hamoud
Dr Yasir Mahagoob
Dr Abd el Wahab Dafalla Ahmed
Ustaz Hassan Mohamed Salih
Dr Abd el Aziz Abd el Rahim (Reporter)
* Scientific Committee
* Liaison & Social Committee
* Information Committee
* Public Relation Committee
* Fund Raising Committee
* Hall & Transportation Committee
* Exhibition Committee
Conference Themes and Sub-themes:
The conference includes seven main theme sessions with some sub-themes.
(Restricted to innovated policy-oriented research influencing sustainable development)
(1) Improvement & Competitiveness (Crops & Livestock):
Strains improvement, increasing productivity and resist pests
Improvement of cash crops e.g. wheat, cotton, sunflower, sorghum and Arabic gum.
Control of diseases affecting livestock export in the Sudan.
Evaluation of the hygienic quality of market meat and milk.
Effect of potassium Bromate on Liver and Blood Constituents
Expectrum usage of Guar Gum Arabic, food improvers and remedies.
Plans for livestock development in Sudan.
Production of bioethanol from stems of sweet sorghum.
Current progress in the development of fascioliosis vaccines.
The new challenges of the camel sciences
The role of indigenous Knowledge in the livelihood activities of rural communities
Productivity improvement of Sudanese cattle:
· Genetic improvement
· Artificial fertilization
· Nutrients' alternatives
(2) Natural Resource Management:
Sustainable use of resources and conservation of wildlife.
Sustainable agriculture and agroecosystem management.
Environment-oriented tools for controlling agricultural and medical insects.
Identification of national faunal and floral forms, conventional and advance.
Policy and institutional reforms for an effective environmental impact assessment.
ü Aquiculture and mariculture, including oyster and pearls culture.
ü Heavy metals and pesticides residue in commercial fresh vegetables.
ü Confrontation of environmental deterioration, disforestation and desertification.
ü Exploitation of natural resources to minimize human riskohazards.
ü Low cost housing
ü Environmentally safe disposal in soil of waste ammonia produced by Khartoum Refinery as Nitrogen fertilizer.
ü Biological method for treatment of petroleum produced water in Sudan
ü Back to Nature, since Nature is highly balanced:
· Pesticides of plants origin (Neem, Mahogany, Acacia...).
· Medical Remedies (Green medicine – traditional healing).
· Biofertilizers (Natural fertilizers)
· Biocontrol agents (natural enemies: competitors, predators and parasites)
(3) Technology Application and Transfer:
ü Agricultural application and food security.
ü Modification of power transmission system to the stationary combine thresher.
ü Environmental application and ecotoxicology.
ü Industrial application and bioenergy.
ü Climate change issues (Mitigation of Climate Change).
ü Tissue culture technology.
ü Embryo transfer experiments in the farm.
ü Detection of antibiotics in milk.
ü Chemical riskohazards - oil polluted water (traditional and advanced technology).
(4) Health Prerequisite to Sustainable Development:
ü Epidemiology and control of communicable diseases.
ü Epidemiological mapping of tropical parasitic diseases.
ü Parasitic diseases: susceptibility, pathogenesis, immunology and management
ü Genetic fingerprints of parasites causing severe diseases.
ü Pharmacological investigations of tree extracts used in Sudanese traditional medicine.
ü Socioeconomic factors influencing transmission pressure of tropical diseases.
ü Self-medication practices.
ü Impact of Toombak dipping in the etiology of oral cancer.
ü Social impact of HIV in Sudan.
ü The role of NGO's in health provision for the IDPs and combating HIV/AIDS.
ü Influence of cultural globalization on youth.
ü Clinical, epidemiological, histological and molecular Characteristics of cancer.
ü Mental health problems in children and adolescents in Sudan.
ü Malaria and other communicable diseases: Maternal perinatal outcome.
ü Immune recognition to malaria vaccine in malaria endemic areas.
ü The development of a vaccine against tropical parasitic diseases.
ü Rational use of drugs
ü Quality assurance in medical education – is it needed?
ü Dental oral health craniofacial research.
ü Levels of exposure to electromagnetic fields from mobile phones base-stations.
ü Assessment of Radiation Emitted From Mobile Based Stations
ü Improvement of advanced diagnostic techniques:
· Genetic Diagnosis
· Strains Record
· DNA Fingerprinting
· Microarray (most powerful technique)
(5) Energy, Water and Communication Technology:
ü A wide spectrum of scientific research (from exploration to riskohazards).
ü Impact of Sudanese oil revenues on development budgeting.
ü Assessing groundwater quality using GIS.
ü Provision of clean water-supply in rural communities.
ü Electronic government (technology transfer).
ü On the planetary acceleration and the rotation of the earth.
ü Flat cosmology with coupled matter and dark energy.
ü Gas-turbine power augmentation by water and steam injection.
ü A computer-based model for gas-turbine power augmentation.
ü Water development, assessment and management in Darfur.
(6) Research in Humanities and Education:
ü Curriculum problems in general education.
ü Research on current issues in higher education.
ü Developmental studies (economy, society, socioeconomic attendant problem).
ü Research on public administration policies.
ü Current legal issues.
ü Gender issues: food security, education ...
ü Archeology, culture, history, political sciences, sociology and folklore.
ü Stability of animals' breeders for development of animal wealth.
ü Economics of pharmaceutical industry.
ü Role of traditional medicine in childhood health.
ü Peace consolidation and post-conflict rehabilitation.
ü Linguistic Politics in Sudan: Issues of Power, Ideology & Cultural Difference.
ü Urban spread/development in Khartoum.
ü Urban Poverty: Consumption Patterns and Survival Strategies.
ü Decentralization/Devolution Policy in Africa.
ü The role of higher educational institutions in alleviating curricula problems.
ü New Sufi ideation in Sudan and Sufism research.
ü Resource-based conflicts in Darfur.
(7) Scientific Research and Cultural Relations:
ü Scientific research: development, creativity and excellence.
ü Scientific research: reality, problems and ambitiousness
ü Knowledge development and economic.
ü Cultural Relations: historical background, commitment and reactivation
Cornerstone of related activities:
ü Receipt - Logging - Review of the papers and other documents
ü Final responsibility of budget preparation
ü Manage Exhibit Program
ü Hotel Reservations
ü Travel Services
ü Program Committee
ü Publications Committee
ü Publicity and Public Relations Committee
ü Finance Committee
ü Audit Committee (as required)
ü Exhibits Committee (when needed)
ü Local Arrangements Committee
ü Registration Committee
Ensuring a well-balanced, high-quality program is organized and presented at the conference.
ü Types of Papers
ü Review Process
ü Conference Proceedings
Primary Duties of Program Committee:
ü Prepare the Call for Papers
ü Receive and track submitted papers
ü Review papers for presentation
ü Select papers to be presented
ü Organize sessions and selects session chairs
ü Completes Conference Program
ü Corresponds with authors on acceptance rejection
ü Determines content of authors kits, including page limits
ü Make room assignments with Local Arrangements Committee
ü Work with Publications Committee on Advance Program
ü Work with Publications Committee on Conference Proceedings
ü Provides instructions to speakers and session chairs
ü Work with Publicity Committee on key content of program for publicity
ü Work with Exhibits Committee to coordinate exhibits with program content
ü Provides last minute instructions to speakers and session chairs at Speakers' Breakfast
Types of Papers: (Open call – invited and solicited or stimulated)
ü Open Call papers - received in response to the Call for Papers
ü Invited papers - requested from well-known authorities
ü Solicited papers - requested from individuals working in particular areas of interest.
The Program Committee will schedule sessions and select subjects, speakers, session chair, and contributors to discussions.
ü The paper review process is the most important part of developing a strong Program
ü Receipt, logging and review of papers (Author notification of acceptance or rejection)
Primary Duties of Publications Committee:
The Publications Committee is responsible for the production of all material that is published in relation to the conference.
ü Conference Logo
ü Letterhead and Envelopes
ü Call for Papers
ü Advance Program
ü Conference Proceedings
ü Final Program
ü Session Signs and Other Signage
ü Luncheon and Banquet Menus
ü Committee Handbook
ü Final Report
Primary Duties of Publicity and Public Relations Committee:
To promote the Conference through out the entire planning process:
(Pre-conference and on-site publicity)
ü Arrange for mailing of the Call for Papers
ü Arrange for publicity mailing lists
ü Arrange for placement of the Conference on the Calendars of various publications
ü Advertise the Conference in electronic and non-electronic forms including news media
ü Arrange for local publicity of the Advance Program
ü Arrange for advertising in related conferences
(1) Conference promotional program with national press agencies: local newspapers, magazines or newsletters, and on local television and radio public service announcements).
(2) Conference Preview: It should be written by the Publicity Committee and includes brief highlights of the Conference about three months before the Conference, after the Technical Program has been completed.
Primary Duties of Finance Committee:
Budget, cash flow, expenses, auditing, records, cash handling, financial reports, conference closing and final report.
Primary Duties of Local Arrangement Committee:
The Local Arrangements Chair should be a member of the Conference Committee and may appoint various subcommittees, as necessary, to assist in effectively coordinating the implementation of conference plans at the local level. Subcommittees may be appointed to carry out responsibilities in the following areas: Audio/Visual Arrangements - Communications - Hospitality and guest activities. (Social Program - Hotel Arrangements - Airline Agreements - Security)
Primary Duties of Registration Committee:
ü How registration will be handled, (manually, computer, web, etc.)
ü Whether registration will be managed by volunteers or employees
ü Registration Information Contact
ü Administrative Responsibilities
ü Name Badges
ü Assembly of Registration Packets
ü Layout of Registration Area
ü VIP Handling
ü Staffing and Training
ü Final Report
The Final Report:
Each committee chair must contribute a section on his/her activities preceding, during and following the conference. These sections should be descriptive and helpful to the committees of succeeding conferences, as well as serve as a permanent record of the conference itself.
Each section may contain:
ü A narrative portion containing innovations, caveats, etc.
ü A time line showing the major activities of the committee
ü A chronological narrative which parallels the time line, and covers major activities,
problems, and solutions
ü Exhibits showing any relevant forms, artwork, printouts, etc.
ü A list of committee members who can be contacted for more detailed information
A list of participants in electronic form to assist future conferences
In general, the report tends to be an expansion of the information given verbally at the wrap-up session. It should not contain all the detailed information used by the committee during the course of the conference, but neither should it be so brief that it will be useless to members of succeeding conferences. The more detailed information should be retained for some time after the conference, in order to answer questions of the succeeding conference chairs.
The report should include information of an archival nature that should be retained by the sponsoring organizational unit to continue to improve the planning process. Some things to include in the archive:
ü Papers: Number submitted, accepted, invited talks
ü Attendance: Estimated and actual
ü Financial: budgeted vs. actual income, expenses and net
ü Other: Exhibits, Short Courses/Tutorials, Panel Discussions
ü The report and the archival information should be sent to the sponsoring organization.
We invited submissions of posters on topics relevant to the theme of the symposium - Prairie and Savanna Restoration.
Exhibition of the Conference, verified:
ü Publication (local, regional and international papers)
ü Books and encyclopedia (local, regional and internationally distributed)
ü Inventions and patents (Techniques - tools - ideas)
ü Samples of the innovated research findings (coloured cotton - vaccine)
ü Posters recapitulating the role of the university in:
· Community services and zealous pursuit for addressing society requirements
· Enrichment and fostering of international relations
· Promotion and dissemination of national culture, heritage and folklore
· Other ideas solidifying the pioneer steering of U of K