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QU-YSC will organize a Youth Research Forum in March

The Qatar University Young Scientists Center (QU-YSC) will host the fourth edition of its Youth Research Forum in March 2022.

The forum will encompass a range of new topics, attracting researchers from around the world. The event, held under the theme “The World Cup and Qatar 2022: Challenges and Aspirations”, represents one of the most important research events at QU, aimed at disseminating research contributions and enriching the research environment.
The forum’s three themes include “National Identity, Social and Cultural Heritage”, which addresses the challenges and aspirations of hosting the World Cup in Qatar and the challenges of preserving Qatar’s cultural identity and social values. Qatari society.
The second theme addresses the legal aspect and deals with legal issues and the protection of intellectual property rights related to the event. The final theme is “Science, Engineering and Medicine” and includes mobile apps, robots, health and sustainability.
The research forum was able to attract a large number of young participants interested in presenting their work, including 150 abstracts, of which 135 were accepted from 15 countries in the Arab region, Europe, Africa and Asia.
The forum invites doctoral, graduate and undergraduate students to participate in their research and invites individual students to submit their research or groups of students (no more than six) to submit a research topic. University students can submit their research in groups and each group must have at least undergraduate students and one graduate student. Projects can be theoretical or practical.
Researchers can present their work and results in the form of a research or a scientific poster, and all participants must respect the conditions of participation and the themes of the forum. The deadline for accepting abstracts was December 31, 2021, while the submission of papers and posters will continue until February 10, 2022, where they will then be evaluated by the forum committee, which includes a group of professors from WHAT.
Professor Noora al-Thani, Director of QU-YSC, said: “The research forum is of great importance in shaping the future and achieving the goals of Qatar University and the whole country, because it is a platform for sharing creativity, finding innovative solutions and modes of development. We encourage all young researchers to participate and be part of a major event that brings together a broad group of researchers, thinkers and innovators in various fields, to gain new experiences and establish professional relationships across continents.
She thanked the Qatar National Commission for Education, Culture and Science and the International Federation of Inventors’ Associations as partners.