Open Science Research Excellence

Vancouver, Canada
August 6 - 7, 2020


DAY 1: PHYSICAL PROGRAM Physical Program is only a venue-based program. It includes the conference communications (proceedings abstracts and papers) that must be orally presented at the conference venue. Attendance at the venue is required for conference registration and participation. DAY 2: DIGITAL PROGRAM Digital Program is an online only program. It includes the conference communications (proceedings abstracts and papers) that are digitally available on the conference proceedings CD. Attendance at the venue is not required.
Presentation Program
Conference Program

Scholarly Program Remarks

The International Research Conference is a federated organization dedicated to bringing together a significant number of diverse scholarly events for presentation within the conference program. Events will run over a span of time during the conference depending on the number and length of the presentations.




SESSION 1
Chair : Ayman Megahed
1OralInfluence of Run-In Procedures on the Efficiency and Anti-Wear Performance of Hydraulic Pumps
Germany

2OralAdvanced Thermal Management of High Power Ceramic Column Grid Array Packages
Canada

3OralElectrochemical Immunosensor towards Fish Welfare Using Industrial Manufacturing Techniques
Denmark

4OralNano-Structured Hydrophobic Silica Membrane for Gas Separation
Pakistan

5OralOptimum design of connecting beams in coupled shear wall systems
Saudi Arabia

6OralUsing Dynamic Glazing to Eliminate Mechanical Cooling in Multifamily Highrise Buildings
United States

7OralThe Role of Involvement Load in Recalling Active and Passive Vocabulary across Three Word-Focused Tasks
Iran, Islamic Republic Of

8OralThe Dilemma of a Jamaican Teacher of Spanish: A Cartographic Discussion
Jamaica

9OralA Comparative Study of Disambiguation in Determined Spanish Sentences in Second Language and Heritage Language Learners
United States

10OralEducational Audit and Reforms in the Arabian Context: Understanding and Appraising the Value, Impact, and Practicality of an English Language Development Program
Qatar

11OralDisability, Barriers and Household Poverty
Nepal

12OralThe Evaluation of Educational Assessment and Identification Process in Turkey and Canada
Turkey

13OralThe Implementation of Inclusive Education Policies for Hearing Impaired Students in Bucaramanga
Colombia

14OralInclusion as an Organizational Development Task of Adult Education Institutions: A Qualitative Study in the Federal State of Hessia in Germany
Germany

15OralIntelligence and Memory Development among Adolescents and Adults with Down Syndrome regarding Three Trajectories: Impaired, Stable or Continuous (Compensatory) and the Contribution of Endogenous and Exogenous Factors on These Measures.
Israel

16OralTeaching with Anxiety: Ya Literature on the Spectrum
Canada

17OralAssessment Experiences of Students with Learning Disabilities at a South African University
South Africa

18OralTreatment Of Linuron Present In Water By Activated Carbon And Ozone
Spain

SESSION 2
Chair : Seema Pissaris
19OralDevelopment of the Downstream Connecting Avulsion Channel
Australia

20OralIndigenous Innovation in a Mainstream Context
New Zealand

21OralWomen Entrepreneurship and Growth in Developing Countries: The Case of Cameroon
Cameroon

22OralImpact of Human Capital Elements of Female Entrepreneurship in Sub-Sahara Africa
Cameroon

23OralPublic-Private Partnerships as the Future of Healthcare Delivery in Sub-Saharan Africa: The Case of Cameroon
Cameroon

24OralLocal and Indigenous Knowledge for Marine Ecotourism Development in Cameroon
Cameroon

25OralGender Differences in Pathways to Entrepreneurial Resilience
United States

26OralSocial Enterprise and Renewable Energy Dissemination in Africa: The Potential of Community Charging Stations Model
Cameroon

27OralPromoting Dynamic Capabilities in Emerging Markets: The Case Study of Sub-Sahara Africa
Cameroon

28OralThe Occupational Identity of Entrepreneurs in the Context of Emerging Economies: The Case of Rwanda
Rwanda

29OralThe Influence of Environment on Social Entrepreneurship in South Africa
South Africa

30OralSocio-Economic Impact of Extended Producer Responsibility Initiatives: The Case of Waste Tires in South Africa
South Africa

31OralThrough Kauffman Classic: Regional Dynamics of Social Entrepreneurship in Africa
United Kingdom

32OralCase Studies Illuminate Leadership in Social Enterprises Supporting Positive Development of Women, Children and Youth
Canada

33OralApplication of General Strain Methodology on Communities: Examining Social and Structural Neighborhood Properties on Residential Stress
United States

34OralCritical Study on the Sensitivity of Corrosion Fatigue Crack Growth Rate to Cyclic Waveform and Microstructure in Marine Steel
United Kingdom

35PosterDigestive Ripening Facilitated Formation of Phase Pure Ag-Sn Bimetallic Nanostructures
India

36OralAn Exponentiated D-Exponential Family: An Alternate of Lifetime Distributions
Pakistan

SESSION 3
Chair : Dogan Cetin
37OralThe Effects of Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation and Exercise on Cognition and Motor in Chronic Stroke Patients
India

38PosterLamella Roofs of Early Modernism: Impact of Constructive Detailing on Load Bearing Behavior
Germany

39OralDevelopment of a Scintimammography Robot Prototype for Breast Cancer Detection Assessing Migration to Lymph Nodes
Mexico

40OralProtection Works for Landslide near Karabuk University Stadium
Turkey

41OralInvestigating the Effect of Face Pressure and Injection Pressure on Tunnel Stability in Mechanized Drilling Using Numerical Modeling
Iran, Islamic Republic Of

42OralImproving System Performance through User's Resource Access Patterns
United States

43PosterVirtual Commissioning for Mechatronic Systems, Analysis and Design
Canada

PROGRAM GUIDELINES 1.GUIDE FOR ORAL AND e-POSTER PRESENTATIONS We kindly ask ORAL presenters to prepare electronic presentations of 15 minutes (allowing 5 minutes for discussions) and e-POSTER presenters to prepare short electronic presentations of 5 minutes (allowing 5 minutes for discussions) (NO PRINT OUTS). A Linux-based operating system is used for both Oral and e-Poster presentations. All presenters should make a PDF file version of their presentation and upload it to the system. 2. PRESENTATION SET UP Laptop Computer, Projector, USB Flash Drive (No CD Drive), MS. PowerPoint/AcrobatReader 3. SYSTEM SECURITY ALERT As many delegates insert their USB devices into the laptop computer provided for the presentations, we cannot avoid Cyber/Computer viruses. You are kindly advised to bring a USB Flash Drive containing ONLY your .ppt, .ptx or .pdf presentation file or risk other files being corrupted or made permanently inaccessible. 4. ROLE OF THE SESSION CHAIR The duties of the Session Chair include the following: 1. Arrive at the conference hall at least 10 minutes before the session begins. Identify the paper presenters and discussant(s) in advance, and introduce yourself. Remind each presenter of the time limits that apply, and describe the method you will use to alert them of time limits during the actual presentation. 2. At the start of the session, introduce yourself to the audience, announce the session/title, and offer a brief overview indicating how the papers are related. 3. Prior to each presentation, introduce the speaker, announce the paper’s title, the name(s) of the author(s), and provide brief comments regarding the affiliation and/or background of each presenter. Identify the individual who will be speaking if it is someone other than the first author. 4. During the presentations enforce time limits strictly so that no author (or audience member) monopolizes someone else’s time. Oral paper presentations each have 20 minutes (15 minutes for full presentation papers, 5 minutes for discussions), and 10 minutes for e-Poster (electronic poster) presentations (5 minutes for poster presentation, 5 minutes for discussions). 5. Once presentations are complete (oral paper presentations and e-Poster presentations), the remaining time can be used for informal discussion between the audience and session participants. It is your job to field questions from the audience. 6. Try to conduct the session as informally as possible (e.g., use first names when addressing participants and members of the audience) to encourage as much audience participation as possible. 5. BEST PAPER AWARDS / BEST PRESENTATION AWARDS A 'Best Paper Award / Best Presentation Award' will be conferred on the author(s) of an abstract or a full paper presented at the conference. Selection is made based on the best combined marks of the abstract / paper review and presentation quality appraisal conducted by the Session Chair at the conference venue, and assessed by the Program Committee. Award winners will be announced after the conference. The author(s) of a selected paper/presentation will receive a signed and stamped official Best Paper Award / Best Presentation Award e-certificate.

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