Event Date/Time: Dec 08, 2010
End Date/Time: Dec 12, 2010
Oct 15, 2010
Early Registration Date:
Aug 15, 2010
Abstract Submission Date:
Oct 15, 2010
Paper Submission Date:
Oct 15, 2010
Dear Friends and Colleagues,
On behalf of the Organizing Committee of the 11th World congress "Health and Education Millennium" "SCIENTIFIC AND APPLIED ASPECTS OF THE CONCEPT OF HEALTH AND HEALTHY WAY OF LIFE" (WCHEM-2010), it is a great honor to welcome you from all over the world.
WCHEM-2010 will be held at Russian people's friendship university during December 8-12, 2010, with a theme of "Health and Education Millennium". It aims to offer professionals a multidisciplinary platform to learn about the latest scientific updates and current industry standards.
The WCHEM congress is initiated by SOMVOZ in 1999, with 11 yearsâ€™ contribution in this field, it has attracted more 1500 world renowned speakers with over 50,000 professionals around the world as a leading international event for the professionals to pinpoint and identify opportunities and market needs, explore Asian demand and get updated on latest breakthroughs in science & technology.
My special thanks to many individuals and organizations that have worked so hard to make WCHEM a successful congress. The organizing committee, steering committee, and program committee all worked long hours and put in much creative efforts.
Finally, my thanks to the participants of this congress! It is due to your keen interest that this field is expanding and exploring new frontiers. We hope you enjoy the conference and that your participation contributes to your professional development and relationships.
Â Dr. R.K.AgarvalExecutive Chair of WCHEM-2010
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We are on the lookout for leaders and experts both from industry and academia to speak at WCHEM-2010.
Over the past several years, our highly successful Life Science events have attracted international speakers from top pharmaceutical and biotech companies, universities and research institutions. Focusing on quality content and bringing in only top-level speakers, our events have strongly established themselves as THE life science leading events to attend worldwide and have built a solid reputation as one of the most informative technical Congress. Below are just a few more reasons why you should be a speaker at this year's Congress:
â€¢ Meet the researchers across disciplines and disease sites face-to-face;
â€¢ Network and exchange ideas with other experts;
â€¢ Work with an intimate and targeted audience;
â€¢ Raise your profile as a professional;
â€¢ Use this opportunity to influence the realm through your ideas and perspectives;
â€¢ In addition your name will be on all brochures distributed to over 30,000 scientists worldwide;
â€¢ have the unique opportunity to seal your corporate and academic presence;
â€¢ build up your comprehensive network.
Speakers are carefully selected to represent a diversity of experience, personalities, ideologies, and viewpoints. These speakers will be renowned experts who have demonstrated outstanding thought, influenced innovation achieved success in their Discovery efforts. If you would like to submit a proposal to give a presentation or display a poster at this congress, please send us an abstract and brief us a 3-5sentence summary of a proposed topic on your recent work.
What sort of speakers are there and what are their roles?
Keynote speakers present the first session or key session at the Congress. Their role is to open the Congress with a high-level speech that sets the tone for the whole event.
A chairman's role is to make a few opening remarks at the start of the sessions and symposium, introduce each speaker, field questions from the audience (asking a couple of his/her own if there are none from the floor) and keep everything to time. Chairman will be asked to make announcements to delegates and they remain on/near the stage throughout the day.
Individual speakers are required to prepare a 20 â€“ 25 minute presentation, with slides. They will be introduced by the chairman and then allowed to speak, free of interruption, for the allocated time slot, allowing for 5-10 minutes of questions from the audience at the end (which the chairman will facilitate).
Panel speakers are not required to provide PowerPoint slides for their session. But they can provide papers for delegates' reading, which will be inserted into the conference proceedings. They will be introduced by the panel moderator and asked a few questions. They will then be involved in a debate/interactive discussion with the moderator, the other panel members and the audience.
Panel moderators are required to introduce each panelist and ask them a series of pre-prepared questions in a â€œchat show hostâ€ style. They also need to encourage audience participation, fielding questions from the floor, whilst keeping the whole panel to allocated time.
Sponsor speakers are either session speakers or panelists. They are encouraged to keep to the topic suggested to them by the conference organizer and not to lapse into sales pitches! This is to help sustain attention from the audience.
No team presentations are allowed.
Except for "keynote" speakers who we will contact directly, travel and hotel arrangements as well as the registration fee will be the responsibility of the speaker. The Organizing Committee will not cover travel, hotel expenses.