Happy Anniversary
Dear Colleagues!

We are delighted to call you to the International Scientific-Practical Internet Conference "Challenges of Science", which is annually open to submit your original manuscripts. It also provides an interdisciplinary platform for discussing innovative technologies, creative ideas, presenting original cutting-edge research, and sharing the latest developments in the industry. The results of the creative research of the authors will be embodied in the collection, which will be released in electronic format. Conference proceedings are indexed by CrossRef (USA), RSCI (e-library.ru, Russia) and Google Scholar Index (Google Scholar) and a catalog of open access scientific resources via ISSN 2707-9481 (ROAD, France). ROAD, with the support of the Communication and Information Sector of UNESCO, provides free access under the license Creative Commons to all materials of this conference worldwide.

On 15-16 November 2023, the conference will be held offline & online at Satbayev University. Conference participants can submit their original work in the directions of:

  • Research in social sciences and humanities
  • Scientific research in the field of natural and technical sciences (Metallurgy & Metallurgical Engineering, Mining & Mining Processing)

This conference is supported by prestigious journals such as the Journal of Engineering Researcher and Lecturer (ISSN 2963-7511), Teknomekanik (ISSN 2621-8720), Kompleksnoe Ispolzovanie Mineralnogo Syra (ISSN 2224-5243), International Journal of Academic Studies in Scence and Education (Turkey), Consortium of Malaysian Universities Associates. These journals have been indexed by different international databases such as Scopus and Clarivate Analytics. Along with the conference materials’ proceedings, the best research articles will have the opportunity for publication in these journals at the discretion of the international committee members and reviewers.

For any inquiries or additional information, please contact us at conference@kims-imio.kz

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