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ICEP- 2022 - 19th International Conference on European Processes

7th-8th April, 2022
Kaunas

The conference will be organised in-person but depending on the pandemic there may be a possibility for on-line participation.

 

About the Conference

Following the tradition, the Faculty of Social Sciences, Arts and Humanities of Kaunas University of Technology organises International, Interdisciplinary, Scientific Conference on European Processes.

The conference is organised in-person but depending on the pandemic there may be a possibility for on-line participation. The conference will take place on the 7th and 8th of April, 2022.

The conference aims to bring together members of academic and civil society, public policy makers and implementers to present the newest scientific research results and discuss practical implications regarding the European Processes. The political, economic, managerial and social aspects will be key discussion points. The essential concept of the conference is to encourage interdisciplinary, scientific discussions which would inspire practical outcomes and social input in the light of Industry 4.0 transformations in Europe.

Papers are welcome in the following thematic fields:

  1. The Role of Cultural Organisation and Creative Industries in Contemporary Economies
  2. Contemporary Approaches to Risk and Safety Management in Europe
  3. Industry 4.0 Transformations in Europe
  4. Entrepreneurship and Innovation in Europe
  5. Reforming European Public Sector Systems
  6. Methodologies and methods for researching European processes
  7. Smart Jobs and Development of New Competences of Employees
  8. Institutional Approaches to Grand Challenges in the Context of UN Sustainable Development Goals
  9. Social Inequalities and Solutions in Europe
  10. Political and Organisational Approaches to the Migration Challenges in Europe

Language of the conference: English

Conference is organized by: Public Governance research group, Faculty of Social Sciences, Arts and Humanities, Kaunas University of Technology.

DEADLINES:

Registration and abstract submission 23rd of January, 2022
Confirmation of the abstract acceptance 15th of February, 2022
Registration fee remittance until 1st of March, 2022
Final Papers submission (not compulsory) 23th of April, 2022. Best papers will have an opportunity to be considered for publication in “European Integration Studies”. Please follow the submission requirements here.
Preliminary conference program 15th of March, 2022


BASIC REQUIREMENTS FOR THE EXTENDED ABSTRACT AND FINAL PAPER SUBMISSION

Requirements for the Abstract Submission
Requirements for the Final Paper
The structure of abstract:
  • Title of the article
  • Full author’s name
  • Author’s working place and address
  • Author’s e-mail address
  • Abstract of the article (about 3,000 characters)

The abstract should present:
(1) the purpose of the study,
(2) the tasks
(3) the primary methods used, including a brief description of the study design,
(4) the key results that address the specific questions asked (including quantitative summaries or comparisons), and (4) the primary interpretations or conclusions drawn

  • Keywords (at least 5)

The page margins – 2 cm overall, Times New Roman, 10 pt for the text, single space between lines.

The abstract should be sent to: rasa.daugeliene@ktu.lt

Scheme for abstract construction:
http://bit.ly/icep2020_abstract

The structure of final scientific article:
  • Title of the article;
  • Full author’s name;
  • Author’s working place and address
  • Author’s e-mail address;
  • Abstract (about 1,500 characters);
  • Keywords (minimum 5);
  • Introduction, research problem, novelty, aim, main objectives, object, research methods;
  • Text of the article;
  • Conclusions;
  • List of references (minimum 25 significant research works; DOI mark should be presented if the article has it).

The abstract should present:
(1) the purpose of the study,
(2) the tasks
(3) the primary methods used, including a brief description of the study design,
(4) the key results that address the specific questions asked (including quantitative summaries or comparisons), and (4) the primary interpretations or conclusions drawn

At the end: author’s affiliation: name, surname, scientific degree, institution, research fields.

The author should submit a 8–12 pages long article to the website (registration is compulsory):

European Integration Studies. ISSN 1822-8402
http://www.eis.ktu.lt/index.php/EIS
Scheme for article construction:
http://bit.ly/icep2020_article

 

The conference is organised in-person but on the development of pandemic there may be a possibility for on-line participation.

Every presenter will have approx. 10 min. for presentation and 10 min for comments and discussion. If you exceed the allocated time, the chair will stop you and open the discussion.

Presentations with empirical findings should include a brief overview of prior research positioning your research in a respective field, the key concepts, research question(s) and/or hypotheses, methodology, empirical findings, conclusions and statements or questions for discussion, which may include conceptual and theoretical implications.

Presentations of conceptual papers should address the research question(s), give an overview of the concept(s) under development and argue the novelty of your proposed framework or concept, followed by conclusions and discussion.

Practice-focused presentations should present the problem that the practice(s) addresses(s), its novel character (if applicable), the process of its implementation and outcomes, concluding with the lessons learnt.

PUBLISHING POSSIBILITY: selected, high quality scientific papers will be suggested to be published in scientific journal  European Integration Studies. ISSN 1822-8402

After double blind review, there will be suggested opportunity for papers publication:

Selected articles of high scientific quality will be considered for publication in the refereed journal European Integration Studies. ISSN 1822-8402 which is abstracted and indexed by International Databases:

Price 200 EUR/per participant
Price for PhD students 100 EUR/per participant
Price for KTU representatives 50 EUR/per participant
Social Programme +20 EUR/per participant
Beneficiary‘s Bank:
Name AB SEB bankas
Address Gedimino pr. 12, LT-01103 Vilnius, Lithuania
Swift code CBVILT2X
Account no. LT387044060003104481
Name Kaunas University of Technology
Address K. Donelaičio g. 73, LT-44029 Kaunas, Lithuania
Please specify in „Purpose of Payment“ EU Conference Fee Surname, Ko018

Conference registration fee according to the mentioned above per one participant. If there are more authors of presentation but only one of them is going to attend the conference, the conference fee will be regular for one participant. In this case, one package will be presented to the authors.

The bank transfer receipt should be transferred by email: rasa.daugeliene@ktu.lt

Please, inform us if you need an official invoice in advance: rasa.daugeliene@ktu.lt

You will get a confirmation letter about the participation as well as the registration fee transfer.

General

A. Mickevičiaus g. 37, Kaunas, Lithuania
E-mail: rasa.daugeliene@ktu.lt

 

Main Information

THE UNIVERSITY

Kaunas University of Technology is a leading Lithuanian University providing a wide range of studies and closely cooperating with businesses. The University provides studies of engineering, technologies, physical and social sciences, humanities and arts. The research groups working at KTU contribute to the global scientific knowledge by conducting cutting-edge interdisciplinary research on the most important questions of current time.

KAUNAS CITY

Kaunas is the second-largest city in Lithuania and has historically been a leading centre of Lithuanian economic, academic and cultural life. The centre of Kaunas is divided into the Old and the New Town. The Old Town is a remarkable archaeological monument and an architectural masterpiece incorporating Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque styles. It is a concentration of the ancient architectural monuments, such as the remnants of the 13th century castle, the impressive Town Hall, popularly known as the White Swan, and the Vilnius street, a characteristic trade street of the Middle Ages. The New Town is represented by Laisvės alėja or tLiberty Avenue – a central pedestrian street often called the ‘Heart of Kaunas’ where numerous hotels, shops, restaurants, cafes and bars are located. Kaunas is famous for M. K. Čiurlionis Art Gallery where you can find the unique collection of works painted by the famous Lithuanian painter and composer M. K. Čiurlionis. The conference venue is located in the centre of Kaunas and within walking distance to various interesting places. Due to its geographical position, today, Kaunas is Lithuania’s most important centre of communication. It is a home of a variety of festivals & events, from operettas to modern dance, from classical music to Jazz. Kaunas was chosen as the European Capital of Culture 2022. The city is famous for its Interwar architecture, which was awarded the European Heritage label and is on its way to UNESCO.

Between 1920 and 1940, Kaunas was the temporary capital of Lithuania. The fast-growing city became a cradle of the Lithuanian intelligentsia and culture. On December 2015, Kaunas became the first city in Eastern and Central Europe to win the status of UNESCO City of Design.

The social programme will be organized if a group of people is formed.
The social programme will include either tour „Modernism for the Future“ or tour of the exhibition of William Kentridge.

More information to be announced soon.

 

Organizers

Co-chairs:
Dr. Rasa Daugėlienė, Kaunas University of Technology, Lithuania
Committee members:
Dr. Donata Jovarauskienė, Kaunas University of Technology, Lithuania
Audronė Pauliukevičiūtė, Kaunas University of Technology, Lithuania
Viktorija Lankauskaitė, Kaunas University of Technology, Lithuania
Dr. Raminta Pučėtaitė, Kaunas University of Technology, Lithuania
Chair:
Dr. Rasa Daugėlienė, Kaunas University of Technology, Lithuania
Committee Members:
Prof. Dr. Janis Priede, University of Latvia, Latvia
Dr. Raminta Pučėtaitė, Kaunas University of Technology, Lithuania
Prof. dr. Phil. Velga Vevere, The University College of Economics and Culture, Latvia
Dr. Prof. Jelena Titko, EKA University of Applied Sciences, Latvia
Dr. Joanna Stryjek, SGH Warsaw School of Economics, Poland
Dr. Donata Jovarauskienė, Kaunas University of Technology, Lithuania
Prof. habil. dr. Malgorzata Zajaczkowski, Warsaw School of Economics, Poland
Dr. Natalie Aleksandra Gurvitš-Suits, Tallin University of Technology, Estonia
Prof. dr. Biruta Sloka, University of Latvia, Latvia
Prof. dr. Stanislaw Uminski, University of Gdansk, Research Centre on European Integration, Poland
Prof. dr. hab. Joanna Bednarz, University of Gdansk, Poland
Prof. Habil. Dr. Joanna Kuczewska, University of Gdansk, Poland
Dr. Rosita Zvirgzdina, Turiba University, Latvia
Prof. dr. Gazmend M Qorraj, University of Prishtina, Kosovo, Albania
Dr. oec. Iveta Liniņa, Turiba University, Latvia
Prof. dr. Jari Stenvall, University of Tampere, Finland
Dr. Mariana Orliv, Ivano-Frankivsk National Technical University of Oil and Gas, Ukraine
Dr. Natalja Tocelovska, University of Latvia, Latvia
Prof. dr. Jari Roy Lee Kaivo-oja, Finland Futures Research Centre, Turku School of Economics, University of Turku, Finland
Dr. Loredana Maria Simionov, University Alexandru Ioan Cuza in Iaşi, Romania