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Technology, Science and Society Knowledge Community

This community of researchers and academics meets once a year in this innovative international congress and virtually through social networks and the journal collection.

  • International scope: congresses held in major world capitals.
  • Multicultural Environment: participants from more than 30 countries.
  • Thematic diversity: interdisciplinary approach and channels for specialized publication.
  • Academic rigor: compliance with regulatory and quality assessment agencies.
  • Social commitment: open access journals, free software platforms, and grants for young promising researchers.
Learn More About Us

International Congress

The Congress is held annually in cities around the world, connecting the local and the global in the field of Technology.

Submit your proposal

Discover more details about the congress on Call for papers.

Journal Collection

The journals have a double-blind peer review process enabling authors to publish in academic journals with the highest quality standards.

Select a journal and submit your article

Get to know the journal collection and discover more information about the publishing process.

Online Community

Our social networks encourage and facilitate the international exchange of news in the environment of Technology.

Participate in the community

Facebook | Twitter

Community Updates

Accepted Proposals

Consult the list of proposals accepted to the congress (according to the theme) today.

Travel and Accommodation

Plan your trip and discover the discounts on flights and hotels available for delegates.

Academic Journals

Editorial Policy

Interested in publishing on the Journal Collection? Learn about the Editorial Policy.

News on Technology and Science

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Has the age of quantum computing arrived?

Has the age of quantum computing arrived? Ever since Charles Babbage’s conceptual, unrealised Analytical Engine in the 1830s, computer science has been trying very hard to race ahead of its time. Particularly [...]

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