Int’l technological management conference ends in Kish Island

Kish Island, Dec 2, IRNA – The 4th International and 9th National Technological Management Conference ended its two-day activities in Iran’s southern Kish Island Tuesday night.
  With the motto “Innovation in sciences and technology and their commercializing” and emphasis on the role that the network of small, medium and large sized science-based companies can play in those respects, the international conference ended its activities in the Persian Gulf Hall of the Kish Island’s International Gatherings Center.

The role played by trusts, cartels and network institutes in commercializing science and technology, the participants surveyed the necessities and requirements for technological management in economic institutes and networks, and providing for commercializing the sciences and technologies.

The conference also focused on documentaries on the national and international experience in the field of sciences and technology.

Representatives from Gambia, Iraq, Indonesia, Kenya, Malaysia, Myanmar, Pakistan, Tajikistan, Azerbaijan, Palestine, Sri Lanka, Tanzania, Zambia, Holland, Swiss, Turkey, Britain, Bangladesh, South Africa and Sweden attended the international gathering.

Eighteen of the 234 articles received at the secretariat of the conference were presented as lectures, and 75 of them as poster presentation. 11 of the lectures were by foreign participants and seven by Iranian researchers.

The jurors did not praise any of the foreign presentations, but two of the Iranian researchers were praised for their works.

The top two papers of the conference were presented by Kamran Baqeri and Hadi Nilforoushan.



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