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Why Apply to Become a Member of the Scientific Committee

STECONF is a premier academic event production company, organizing conferences, seminars, and workshops in the fields of humanities, technology, education, and social sciences around the world. Our events gather thousands of scientists, researchers, teaching professionals, students, and other members of the academia every year. Having earned the reputation for stellar conferences with high educational value, STECONF offers academics a prestigious platform to share their knowledge and expand their network.

As a member of the Scientific Committee you will enjoy the following benefits:

Who Can Apply

Each applicant undergoes a review process by the existing committee members and STECONF staff. Please make sure to read the requirements carefully and apply only if you match all the criteria.

  • You must be a PhD holder (PhD candidates do not qualify)
  • Your area of studies falls into one of the following fields:
    • Science,
    • Technology
    • Engineering
  • You are currently engaged in a research activity or are associated with an educational institution

Application Process

In order to apply for the position of a Scientific Committee member, please fill out the form below. Your application will be reviewed and you will be notified of its status via email. If you have any questions, you can reach out to us at sc(at)steconf.org.

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Our Committee

The World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology is a open science research organization dedicated to promoting the advancement of science, engineering and technology. Membership is free of charge, and members are actively encouraged to engage in open science scholarly research collaboration and communication.

Members must hold the academic rank of Ph.D. or equivalent in order to participate in the international scientific committees and editorial review boards. Becoming a member serving on the Academy’s international scientific committees and editorial review boards grows your institution’s research exposure, and allows researchers to collaborate and publish scholarly content in open science. Membership allows for wider dissemination of scholarly knowledge and increases the potential for downloads and citations.

Open Science originates with the premise that universal scientific knowledge is a product of a collective scholarly and social collaboration involving all stakeholders and knowledge belongs to the global society. Scientific outputs generated by public research are a public good that should be available to all at no cost and without barriers or restrictions. The Academy’s international scientific committees and editorial review boards embrace the philosophical principle of open science’s universality, freedom, and responsibility.

Doc. Dr. Nikolaj Goranin

Vice-Dean

Department of Science Faculty of Fundamental Sciences, Vilnius Gediminas Technical University

Prof. Dr. Habil Genadijus Kulvietis

Professor

Department of Information Systems, The Faculty of Fundamental Sciences, Vilnius Gediminas Technical University

Prof. Vytautas Grigas

Professor

Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Design, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Kaunas University of Technology

Prof. Dr. Algimantas Venčkauskas

Professor

Department of Computer Science, Kaunas University of Technology

Prof. Dr. Algimantas Fedaravičius

Ph.D.

Department of Transport Engineering, Kaunas University of Technology

Doc. Vaida Jonaitienė

Ph.D.

Department of Materials Engineering, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Design, Kaunas University of Technology

Dr. Hasan Ozkaynak

Ph.D

Beykent University Head of Civil Engineering Department