الاثنين، 3 سبتمبر، 2012

Architecture & Design Days Jeddah , 10 -11 October, 2012



Architecture & Design Days Jeddah , 10 -11 October, 2012
AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS- AIA MIDEAST
CALL TO PAPERS SUGGESTED FORMAT
Architectural Conference: Architectural Design Days Jeddah
10 and 11 October 2012
CALL FOR PAPERS
The American Institute of Architects,  Middle East Chapter is issuing a Call for Papers to be presented during the second "Architecture and Design Days Jeddah"  Conference which will take place on October 10 & 11, 2012 at the Park Hyatt Jeddah.
The Conference is organized by AIA Middle East in collaboration with Sesam Business Consultants and The Umran Society. This is part of a series of educational events on Architecture in Saudi Arabia and the Middle East.

The AIA conference committee is now accepting abstracts for lectures as part of the above symposium. The conference offers speaker opportunities for a minimum of 50 min. conference presentations (including 10 Q&A) on Day 1, as well as a minimum of 60 min. lectures in the form of workshops on Conference day 2.
Application Deadline: 15th  September, 2012
Kindly refer to the attached Documents for more information.  
Download Call For Papers Abstract Format 
Download Call For Papers Notice

We thank you for your support of AIA Middle East and we hope you share our enthusiasm for our ongoing regional outreach.  We hope you can take advantage of this opportunity; another reason to stay involved with AIA Middle East!
Sincerely,
The Board of Directors

Date
Name
Profession
Email
Mobile
CV Included
Photo included
(For the event website. For those not comfortable submitting a photo, this can be waived)
ABOUT THE EVENT
The AIA Middle East Chapter is issuing a Call for Papers to be presented during our event "Architectural Design Days Jeddah", which will take place on October 10 & 11, 2012 at the Hyatt Park hotel, Jeddah. The conference is organized by the AIA Middle East in collaboration with Sesam Business Consultants and part of a series of educational events on Architecture in Saudi Arabia and the Middle East. The AIA conference committee is now accepting abstracts for lectures as part of the above symposium.
The conference offers speaker opportunities for a minimum of 30 min conference presentations (incl. 5 min Questions & Answers) on Day 1, as well as a minimum of 60 min lectures in the form of workshops on Conference Day 2.
The event will be designed to meet the AIA's mandatory Continuing Education System (CES) for which it offers accreditation in Learning Units (LUs) to AIA registered architects. This Continuing Educational program is well respected within the architectural community, and
expected to benefit both AIA members and non-members alike.
DETAILS- ADMINISTRATIVE
Application Date : Deadline for the abstract submission is August 30, 2012
Proposal Form: Please submit an abstract (maximum one page) in English and a related CV
and photo.
Review Process: Abstracts will be reviewed by the AIA Conference Committee and answered
within two weeks of receipt.
Presentation Submission: Draft presentation to be submitted until September 15, 2012
Submission Address: loay.quota@aiamiddleeast.org
AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS- AIA CONTINUING EDUCATION
AIA EXPECTS THAT PRESENTATIONS WILL ASSIST PARTICIPANTS IN THE FOLLOWING WAYS.
This may help you tailor your presentations to the desired outcome
• Acquire new knowledge or skills
• Build upon or expand current knowledge or skills
• Stay up to date on new developments in the field
• Learn best practices
• Advance their careers by teaching content that will lead to additional certifications or
degrees
• Think creatively and develop new ideas
DETAILS- PRESENTATION
• See PDF: "Call for Papers"
• Abstract: One page. See suggested format below
• Final Format: Powerpoint or Similar
• Presenters can present more than one Proposal
Language
The presentations will be in English and the Presenter must be able to communicate clearly in English
Final Presentation: Powerpoint
Modules
Presentations are required to focus on Saudi Arabia and the Gulf Region. They will be grouped by "module" or topic area from the following:
• Projects - Architecture
• Professional Practice
• Urban Planning & Landscape
• Sustainability
• Out of the Box
ABSTRACT FORMAT
DETAIL: M
Format
Word.doc
Presentation Title
Suggested Module(s)
Description
• 1 to 3 paragraphs, including the following
a. Overall Presentation Goal
A Participant will be able to do or understand after the Seminar/Workshop
For example:
At the end of the Seminar/Workshop, the Participant should be able to identify the common Project Management programs and approaches to assist them in determining the best approach for them and/or their office.
b. Specific "Learning Objectives" which support the Presentation Goal
"A learning objective is an explicit statement that clearly expresses what the student will learn or be able to do after taking the course".
Minimum of 4 required
For example:
1- Understand the PMI program pros and cons
2- Understand the xyz program pros and cons
3- Learn the common pros and cons associated with Microsoft Project vs xyz
4- Identify local or online sources of training in systems and software programs
5- Hear "on the ground" feedback from fellow participants about the available systems and program
Dr. EMAD HANI ISMAEEL
                 Ph.D. in Technologies for the Exploitation
                 of the Cultural Heritage .
                 Senior Lecturer in the Dept. of Architecture
                 College of Engineering , University of Mosul 
                 Mosul - Iraq .
E-mail:        emadhanee@yahoo.com
                   emadhanee@gmail.com
                   http://emadhani.blogspot.com/
Tel :           +964 (0)770 164 93 74
 
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