Scientific conference exceeded all expectations

Maribor. Next week on Friday, 9th and Saturday, 10th of March, Alma Mater Europaea - ECM is organizing the 6th Scientific Conference with international participation "All about people: challenges for science and education."

The honorary patron is the President of the Republic of Slovenia Borut Pahor, who will also be a keynote speaker at the plenary part on Friday of the two-day event. Among the distinguished guests they will present their contributions: prof. dr. Felix Unger, President of the European Academy of Sciences and Arts, prof. dr. Tadej Bajd, President of SAZU, academic prof. dr. Boštjan Žekš, former president of SAZU and adviser to the President of the Republic of Slovenia, prof. dr. Laszlo Rosivall, president of Semmelweis memorial commission and director of the institute of pathophysiology, University of Semmelweis, Budapest, prof. dr. Andrei Marga, philosopher and former Romanian Minister of Education and Minister of Foreign Affairs, dr. Dieter Schlenker, director, Historical Archives of the European Union; Archives in Europe, Mr. Drago Šketa, Prosecutor General of the Republic of Slovenia, Mr. Alojz Peterle, Member of the European Parliament, representative of the EU Health Committee, Nj.E. Param Jit Mann, Ambassador of India, assist. prof. dr. Rok Svetlič, Head of the Law Institute of University of Primorska, dr. Nikolay Kunyaev, director All-Russian Scientific and Research Institute of Records and Archives Management.

Welcome speeches will also be held by: prof. dr. Ivo Šlaus, Honorary President of the World Academy of Sciences and Arts, dr. Wolfgang Maderthaner, director of the Austrian National Archives, Nj.E. Doku Zavgayev, Ambassador of Russia, Nj.E. Edit Szilágyiné Bátorfi, Ambassador of Hungary , Nj.E. Anton Niculescu, Ambassador of Romania, Nj.E. Mr. Songsak Saicheua, Ambassador of the Kingdom of Thailand, prof. dr. Aleksander Bezborodov, rector RSUH, Moscow and other high academic guests from Slovenia and abroad.

As explained by prof. dr. Ludvik Toplak, President of Alma Mater Europaea - ECM, conference exceeded all the expectations. “The conference is primarily intended for students to actively participate in research and professional work. At the same time, they become acquainted with the global trends in specific academic fields. A number of the most representative academic guests have also responded to this challenge, which will inform the students and the professional public about the global contradictions in science and education and exchange experiences and practices. All this is in line with the basic principles of Alma Mater education, which are quality, relevance and rationalization. Alma Mater also follows its mission on the principles of transnationality, interdisciplinary and the building bridges between cultures and generations, especially in Central Europe. Big moral support to Alma Mater is international academic society - especially the European Academy of Sciences and Arts, as an inexhaustible source of scientific and cultural creativity.

Given that Hungary celebrates 200 years since the birth of the great doctor Semmelweis, it donated a bronze statue to one academic partner of each neighboring country – in Slovenia was chosen Alma Mater Europaea - ECM, who will hand over the monument to UKC Maribor, our first academic partner. On Friday Alma Mater will also open a permanent exhibition of European University Bridges that symbolically connect university cities in Central Europe.

The conference will feature around 400 authors with 240 scientific and professional contributions. “The articles are classified into 22 sections: Human Rights, Logotherapy and Psychotherapy, Religion, Peace and War, Block chain technologies, Humanities, Health Care, Physiotherapy, Social Gerontology, Promotion of health and quality of life, Ecoremediations, Education, Health studies and other sciences, the art of dance in the national culture, science and education, The Importance of Semmelweis Doctrine on Prevention of Infections. Some sections run in parallel due to a large number of contributions. “On Saturday, a symposium of archivists will be held, entitled Archives in the Service of Man - Man in the Service of Archives. The participants come from 18 countries: Austria, Bosnia, Burkina Faso, Finland, Greece, Croatia, Italy, China, Hungary, Macedonia, Poland, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Thailand, Turkey, the United States and Slovenia” said dr. Bojana Filej, Chair of the organizing committee of the conference. On this occasion, we will publish a collection of abstracts and four volumes of collection of papers, in the scope of more than 3000 pages. All posts are reviewed.

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Katarina Pernat ( / 041 645 630