Project Einstein Call for Papers

September 29 – October 1, 2015

The conference will accept papers, theoretical or practical, with topics related to the following general fields:

  1. Physics:  Einstein’s works, their use and influence in theories developed later in the field

  2. Engineering:  energy efficient devices, electromagnetics, big data (video analytics), and wireless communication (millimeter wave)

  3. Literature: Einstein’s love for fairy tales and children’s literature, literary genres influenced by or connected to Einstein’s works

  4. Philosophy:  Philosophy of Science, Religion, Politics that relate to Einstein’s life and works, Comparative studies in science and mysticism

  5. Mathematics:  relationships between Mathematics and Einstein’s work in Physics,  influences of Mathematics on Einstein’s work

  6. Religion:  Einstein’s religious views, philosophical discussions on pantheism and atheism, intersections between religion and science

  7. Music: issues in composition, performance, etc., related to Einstein’s works and his love for playing the violin

  8. Education:  pedagogical issues spurred by Einstein’s works and view on life and intelligence

  9. Psychology:  issues in the making of geniuses, including struggles with learning disabilities

  10. Politics:  Einstein’s view on politics, his private thoughts and publicized positions.

  11. Gender Studies:  issues regarding women in the field of science, Einstein’s collaborations with scientists who are women, and other gender-related issues in the scientific field and relevant social contexts.

  12. Holocaust:  Einstein’s stand on the Holocaust, other scientists who lived through or were victims of the Holocaust, and related issues

  13. Art:  Science and Math based Art and Art works addressing Holocaust/genocide themes

  14. Einstein for non-scientists:  issues related to the translation of Einstein’s technical works for non-scientists

Abstract Submission:

  • Submission of an abstract is required for paper presentations. Use the format given below.

  • All abstracts must be written in English and submitted electronically to bearing the subject: “Paper presentation, Project Einstein 2015”. Files must bear the sender’s Surname in uppercase letters, followed by his or her given names in lower case letters, and a shortened form of the paper/poster’s title, eg., SANTIAGOjoseEinstein&Music. Faxed submissions will not be accepted.

  • Prepare your abstract as an MS Word document (.doc file format) consisting of 300-500 words using Arial 11-point font typed in letter-sized page, with one-inch margins on all sides. The abstract MUST BE in TEXT ONLY without graphs, pictures or tables, and should contain a title, name/s of author/s (underline the name of the presenting author), department/s and address/es.

  • Abstracts for paper and poster presentations must contain a brief introductory statement of the research and continue with the summary of the results obtained, followed by a conclusion(s). It is not acceptable to say “the results will be discussed at the presentation.” The abstract must also include a list of key bibliographic sources.

  • Standard abbreviations should be used throughout the text. Any special or unusual abbreviation should be spelled out in full at first mention, followed by the abbreviation in parentheses. Please use a minimal number of abbreviations.

  • Symbols (i.e. Greek) can be used as well as boldfaced, underlined and italicized characters.

  • Include acknowledgements of the source(s) of research support (if any) on the bottom line of the abstract.

  • Check the abstract carefully for grammatical or typographical errors.

  • Upon submission, you will receive an email acknowledgment receipt.

  • If the abstract of the paper is accepted, the author has from October 2, 2015 to Noember 15, 2015 to submit the full manuscript, which will be published in the conference proceedings. If the paper is not submitted by the said date, only the accepted abstract will be included in the proceedings.

  • Presentations on the days of the conference must not exceed 15 minutes each

Important Dates:

December 15, 2014 – March 14, 2015 Deadline of Abstract Submission
April 15, 2015 Notification of Acceptance
October 2 – November 15, 2015 Submission of Full Manuscript
September 29 – September 30, 2015 Presentation of Papers

Project Einstein Call for Papers (doc/38kb)