DUBAI, United Arab Emirates, 13th July 2017 – Knowledge E announces plans to publish its first Arab conference proceedings with Baghdad University.
Knowledge E is excited to announce the collaboration for the first conference proceedings in the Arab region between Baghdad University and Knowledge E in publishing the conference proceedings of Postmodern Urban and Regional Planning in Iraq.
The conference, which will be held on December 26-27, 2017, is organised by Baghdad University and Urban and Regional Center for Post Graduate Studies. This conference is endorsed by ISOCARP (International Society of City and Regional Planners) based in The Hague, The Netherlands.
The publication of this conference, takes Knowledge E one step further in achieving its mission to disseminate regional conference papers to the broader global research community. For more information on the KnE publishing platform, click here: http://184.108.40.206/publishing-services/conference-proceedings-publishing-indexing/
About Knowledge E
Knowledge E was established in 2012 and has quickly become synonymous with collaboration, innovation and progression. Based in Dubai, UAE, at the centre of a region of vision and ambition, Knowledge E works passionately with all types of organisations and government entities within research and education to support their continued innovation and development by providing them with leading expertise, information resources and software solutions. This does for example include the KnE eLibrary Solution for research literature discovery and the KnE Publishing Platform for open access journal and conference proceedings publishing and indexing, along with associated research and publishing services for capacity building within academia.
About Postmodern Urban and Regional Planning in Iraq
This conference aims to decipher the status of Urban and Regional Planning in Iraq during the emanation, and proliferation era of Postmodernism, in pursuance of grasping a cognitive and a scientific profile of the history of the contemporary Iraqi city.