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AI Symposium on Design & Governance | University of Maryland – Edward St. John Learning and Teaching Center

Date & Time

January 23, 2024 at 8:00am EDT – 4:00pm EDT

University of Maryland – Edward St. John Learning and Teaching Center

4131 Campus Drive

College Park, MD 20742

As Artificial Intelligence transforms the world, business and policy leaders are grappling with high-stakes decisions and questions. This annual AI Symposium, hosted by the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business, brings together policy and industry thought leaders who have built (or are building) high-impact AI solutions in the real world for an engaging day of talks, discussions and networking. We strongly encourage industry participants to attend not alone, but with your entire team, to increase the odds that some of the ideas discussed make their way into your organization.

ISM International Week | December 6-8

Groupe ISM (Institut Supérieur de Management) organizes the International Week, a flagship event aimed at promoting intercultural exchange and strengthening links between the academic partners of the ISM Group. This week will include a series of activities, including conferences, roundtables, seminars, workshops, and institutional presentations.

The aim is to provide a platform for discussion and collaboration on relevant academic topics. Among these activities, we will highlight the Study Abroad Fair in honor of the partner schools and universities of the GGE network and beyond, and the cultural stands, intended for embassies and other diplomatic representations, to promote foreign cultures.

This year’s theme, “Connecting Cultures, Creating the Future”, emphasizes the importance of connectivity between the world’s different cultures as a catalyst for innovation and progress. It encourages cross-cultural understanding, global collaboration and collective creativity to shape a better future.

The Second Case Conference 2024

​​​​​​​The Case Hub at the Suliman S. Olayan School of Business, American University of Beirut​ in partnership with Ivey Publishing ​is hosting its second case conference on February 2-3, 2024, at the American University of Beirut – Mediterraneo campus, Paphos, Cyprus, a twin campus of the American University of Beirut, Lebanon.

The Case Hub aims to build capacity for case-writing and create a community of case writers in the Arab-MENA region. It strives to become the reference platform that allows case method enthusiasts to meet and network with leading case method experts. This enables action-oriented learning in all areas of management education. The conference targets case writers, academicians, instructors, program managers, executive education administrators, business leaders, and executives active in the Arab MENA region or in Cyprus or interested in the region and its potential.

“The Second Case Conference” offers a one-of-a-kind opportunity to network and engage with case writers and educators in the region. A rich program includes a keynote speech, professional development workshops, panels, presentation sessions, and case development sessions led by seasoned case writers, educators, and our partner Ivey Publishing. During case development sessions, participants will present their new case ideas and obtain detailed developmental feedback from experienced case mentors. The aim behind these mentor-participant case development sessions is to help participants move their cases forward to publication in The Case Hub, case publishers and distributors, or refereed journals.​ Ivey Publishing is a leader in global business case studies, featuring an extensive collection of over 7,000 products available in 11 languages.

2023 CUHK Conference on Financial Technology

Generative AI and Digital Assets – Governance and Risk Management Perspectives

2023 CUHK Conference on Financial Technology is part of the satellite event of the Hong Kong FinTech Week 2023, Asia’s most anticipated international financial technology event, looking to bring together more than 1.2 million viewers who are executives, entrepreneurs, investors, regulators, and academics from 130+ economies. This is an opportunity to bring together the academia and industry participants, providing a platform to carry out fruitful and productive discussions, encourage the exchange of ideas and promote future collaboration opportunities.

General Information

Date: Wednesday, 1 November, 2023

Time: 9:00 – 18:00 Hong Kong

Hybrid Mode

Location: Lau Chor Tak Lecture Theatre (LT1), Yatsumoto International Academic Park, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

Conference Theme: Generative AI and Digital Assets – Governance and Risk Management Perspectives

Language: English

Dress Code: Business Casual



Decolonising Curricula: Implications for Racial and Climate Justice

In celebrating Black History Month in Ireland in October 2023, University College Dublin (UCD) College of Business, in association with UCD Center for Business in Society (CeBaS), UCD Earth Institute, and IPSERA, invites students, faculty, policymakers and those interested in racial and climate justice, to join this conversation on decolonizing curricula.

Date: Thursday, October 19th
Time: 1:30PM IST | 2:30PM CEST | 3:30PM EAT

The session will feature input from Dr Sadhvi Dar (Queen Mary University London) and one of the authors of ‘The Business School is Racist: Act Up!’ This will be followed by a panel discussion chaired by Penelope Muzanenhamo and involving some of our current Smurfit students (Vignesh Asokh, MSc Supply Chain Mgmt), Angel Brummet (MSc Int’ Business) and Annylah Clarke (MSc Food Business), and CoB EDI VP Colm McLaughlin.

At the center of the conversation will be a number of important questions that include, but are not limited to:

  • What is meant by decolonizing curricula?
  • Is decolonizing curricula a Black and Brown people’s ‘thing’?
  • Who benefits from decolonized curricula?
  • Why are business school textbooks and other teaching resources mostly produced by White male scholars?
  • How is Western patriarchy intertwined with the current state of knowledge at the center of our collective debates on decolonizing curricula?
  • What does decolonizing curricula imply for racial equality, and climate justice?
  • Beyond racial and climate justice, what would decolonized curricula offer in terms of tackling structural inequalities based on gender, sexuality and ableism among other demographic labels?
  • What would decolonized curricula look like?

Please join us to understand issues of decolonizing curricula, tackle questions of racial and climate justice, and to hear from a panel of experts.

Solari Lecture 2023 by Professor Esther Duflo (Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences 2019)

The Solari Lecture 2023 will welcome Professor Esther Duflo, the Abdul Latif Jameel Professor of Poverty Alleviation and Development Economics in the Department of Economics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and laureate of the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences in 2019. She will address the topic: Good Economics for Warmer Times.

Climate change is not just about getting the right technology. It is also about changing behavior and policies. And it is not (only) about the end of the world: it is also about the damage it does, today, mainly to poor people around the world. In this lecture, Professor Duflo will discuss some of what we know about the impact of climate change on poor countries, and what we know and what we do not know about changing behavior and policies.

Professor Duflo was awarded the Nobel Prize in Economics for her experimental approach to alleviating global poverty. In her research, she seeks to understand the economic lives of the poor, with the aim to help design and evaluate social policies. She has worked on health, education, financial inclusion, environment, and governance.

The Solari Lecture welcomes distinguished guests specialized in economics and econometrics, in memory of Luigi Solari, professor at the University of Geneva and pioneer in introducing research in econometrics in Switzerland. Since its first edition in 1979, this conference has featured several notable guest speakers, e.g., Jan Tinbergen, Richard Stone, Robert Engle, Bengt Holmstrom, and Jean Tirole.

Introduction to COIL for Business

Learn how to bring collaborative online international learning (COIL) to your course by attending this energizing event. 

Content will include the WHY of COIL for business classes, examples of COIL projects, benefits to business students across the globe, the COIL design sequence – and resources for finding an international partner to work with. COIL is an innovative pedagogy that brings students and faculty together in online platforms to work collaboratively on experiential projects. It is an inclusive pedagogy that expands access to experiential global learning, enables students to practice in-demand skills in virtual and multinational teaming, and encourages skills development in cross-cultural communication.

Faculty from GBSN institutions interested in delivering a COIL class are invited to attend one of two information sessions on September 15 and October 20, 2023 at 12pm EDT. Faculty will have the opportunity to be matched with faculty from another institution for COIL course development. A guided design sprint will be offered to select faculty pairs in spring 2024. The goal of the program is to support faculty connections and adoption of COIL pedagogy for teaching. The program is sponsored by the Title VI CIBER COIL Network through a grant from the U.S. Department of Education.

Click here for more information, or contact Rebecca Bellinger, Executive Director, Center for Global Business at the University of Maryland at

3rd Pritam Singh Memorial (PRISM) Conference

The annual conference PRISM 2023, is a flagship initiative of the foundation. Birla Institute of Management Technology (BIMTECH) is the host for the PRISM Conference 2023 on the theme “Reimagining the Future of Business: The Challenges of Leadership, Digitalization, and Sustainability”. The various stakeholders from academia, business, regulators, policymakers, and multilateral agencies are invited to present insights on the future of business in a sustainable, technology-driven environment. The 3rd edition of the PRISM Conference will, therefore, delve on the dimensions of Leadership, Digitalization, and Sustainability in the context of the challenges for the future business.

Important Dates & Submissions

  • Submission of extended abstract – 20 August, 2023
  • Decision on the acceptance of abstract – 30 August, 2023
  • Registration starting date – Open Now
  • Submission of Manuscripts – 20 October, 2023
  • Manuscript for Edited Book Publishing – 30 October, 2023
  • Conference Presentations – 17th-19th November, 2023

About the Dr. Pritam Singh Foundation

Dr. Pritam Singh Foundation is a registered trust, dedicated to groom and mentoring leaders in academia and industry. It has been founded to take forward the legacy and life lessons of Dr. Pritam Singh. The trustees include Mr. P Dwarakanath (Former Chairman, GSK), Mr. S Y Siddiqui (Executive Advisor, Maruti Suzuki), Dr. H Chaturvedi (Director, BIMTECH), Dr. Asha Bhandarker (Distinguished Prof, IMI-Delhi) and Dr. B A Metri (Director, IIM Nagpur). Dr. Pritam Singh Foundation proposes to build a body of knowledge and facilitate management practices in the corporate sector, based on the integration of Indian ethos with Global wisdom.

The flagship initiative of the foundation has been the annual conference first conducted 17-19th November 2021, in partnership with the Jindal Global University. The second annual conference was organized at Indian Institute of Management, Nagpur in 2022. The foundation also conducts the annual competitions for Young Leaders, for Faculty and for Management students. The unique initiative of Foundation to Coach young leaders of the industry to rise to the business leadership of the country and the globe is brining prestige from community.

10th Responsible Management Education Research Conference

The 10th RMER Conference hosted by Iscte Business School is a forum intended to engage multiple stakeholders in a dialogue around Agenda 2030 and beyond and enhance further collaborations in responsible management education and research, and sustainable business practices to advance the SDGs.

This year marks the 10thJubilee anniversary of RMER Conferences.  Across a decade of achievement, RMER Conferences have explored the complexities and global challenges involved in the transition to more sustainable production and consumption patterns. Different agents, including companies, nonprofits, governmental entities, organizations, consumers, and society at large, need to work together to effectively advance the 2030 Agenda and beyond. Through multidimensional and multidisciplinary dialogue and knowledge sharing among management educators in conversation with other stakeholders have advanced responsible management education and learning. As the challenge remains, further dialogue on how economic restructuring and social transformation on the journey to a more sustainable world is still needed.

The Responsible Management Education Research (RMER) Conference will be held at Iscte Business School from 26th to 28th of September 2023 in Lisbon, Portugal. The conference theme is “Sustainable and Responsible Management: A decade of Integrating Knowledge and Creating Societal Impact through Innovation and Entrepreneurship.” Deadline registration for authors is June 30th and early bird registration is up to August 18th.

3rd International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Knowledge Processing – AIKP’23

About AIKP ’23

Artificial Intelligence & Knowledge Processing is playing a vital role in changing most of the sectors’ processes and landscape. AI has an enormous impact on various automation industries and their functioning converting traditional industries to AI-based factories. New algorithms are changing the way business processes and results are analyzed and predicted. Knowledge processing is the act of comprehending and then representing human knowledge in data structures; semantic models, which are conceptual diagrams of data as they relate to the real world; and heuristics, which are principles that lead to answers to every AI challenge. The way how a human think, knowledge processing transforms the data into knowledge and makes the machine think like a human and makes better decisions. This makes the humans work simple, but it has some ethical concerns that need to be sorted out. This AI and knowledge processing conference addresses the drawbacks and challenges in current practices in various sectors. The research area includes Artificial Intelligence, Deep Learning, Machine Learning, Decision Support Systems, Knowledge representation, semantics, Bigdata analytics, Intelligent systems, fuzzy-based neural networks and other fields.


Minimum of three independent reviewers will be reviewing the paper and they will provide scientific comments on those papers. Based on their review chair will approve the paper. After a careful reviewing process, accepted papers will be submitted to publish in the proceedings with Springer in their Communications in Computer and Information Science (CCIS) series.

Best Paper Award

HCIS Best Paper Award will be awarded to the best paper published on HCIS. The best paper will be selected based on the technical quality and the review process of the initial full paper. The Award consists of a Certificate and one prize of 300 euros to the author of the Best paper.

Call for Papers

Topics of interest include (but are not limited to):

Theme – I: Artificial Intelligence & Knowledge Processing

Theme – II: Machine Learning

Theme – III: Deep Learning

Theme – IV: Intelligent Control

Theme – V: Artificial Vision

Keynote Speakers

Registration Details