International Conference on Social and Natural Sciences 2024

Conference Chairs

Prof. Nadera Alborno

Conference General chair

American University in Dubai
UAE

Prof . Iryna Koshkalda

Conference Co- chair

Biotechnological University
Ukraine


Prof .Dr. Magda M. Aly

Conf. Co-chair & Technical Chair

King Abdulaziz University,
Saudi Arabia

Prof. Said Lotfi

Local Chair

Hassan II University of Casablanca

Morocco

Technical Program Committee

NameAffiliation
Prof. Dr. Alireza Heidari
(Chair of Technical Program Committee)
California South University (CSU), Irvine, California, USA
Prof. Yi WeijianJournal of Natural Sciences of Hunan University
Dr. Latifa AgamalievaHead of Science Department
Azerbaijan University, Baku, Azerbaijan
Prof. Tayeb HAMAIZIAProfessor, Larbi Ben M'hidi university
Prof. Dr. Alireza HeidariFull Distinguished Professor and Academic Tenure of Chemistry &
Enrico Fermi Distinguished Chair in Molecular Spectroscopy &
Head of Cancer Research Institute (CRI) &
Director of the BioSpectroscopy Core Research Laboratory (BCRL) at
Faculty of Chemistry, California South University (CSU), Irvine, California, USA
Prof. Youcef SMARA
Professeur et Directeur de recherche
Université des Sciences et de la Technologie "Houari Boumediene"
Faculté de Génie Electrique
Laboratoire de Traitement d'Images et Rayonnement (LTIR)
BP n°32, El-Alia, 16111, Bab-Ezzouar, Alger, Algerie.
Prof. Volodymyr RomanovHead of Data Acquisition Systems Department Glushkov Institute of Cybernetics of Ukrainian National Academy of Sciences B12
Prof. Dr. F. Smarandache, University of New Mexico, USA
Prof. Dr. B. PapadopoulosDemocritus University of Thrace, Greece
Prof. Dr. A.-B. M. SalemAin Shams University, Cairo, Egypt
Prof. Dr. M. PalVidyasagar University, West Bengal, India
Dr. S. BroumiHassan II University, Casablanca, Morocco
Dr. A. PalNational Institute of Technology, Durgapur, West Bengal, India
Prof. Dr. Magda M. Aly King Abdulaziz University, Saudi Arabia
Prof. Dr. Mayson Alkhatib University of Nizwa , Oman
Prof. Dr. Fardos Bokhari King Abdulaziz University, Saudi Arabia
Prof. Dr. Hanan H OmarTanta University, Tanta, Egypt
Prof. Dr. Nadia O noor King Abdulaziz University, Saudi Arabia
Prof. Dr. Salah Abo AbaKing Abdulaziz University, Saudi Arabia
Prof. Dr. Sanaa E. TorkNational Research Center, Egypt
Dr. Samyah JastanyahKing Abdulaziz University, Saudi Arabia
Dr.Rawan AboashiKing Fiscal hospital
Prof. Salha AlagiliFaculty of Science , Kau, SA
Prof. Sahar HadadeFaculty of Science , Kau, SA
Prof. Rahma AlshamaraniFaculty of Science , Kau, SA
Prof. Buthina AlaidarrosFaculty of Science , Kau, SA
Prof. Haeazin KhalafFaculty of Science , Kau, SA
Prof. Taghreed JamalFaculty of Science , Kau, SA
Prof. Kholode AlzahraniFaculty of Science , Tabok University, SA
Prof. Maha RashedFaculty of Science , Jeddah University, SA
Prof. Lina bahamdanFaculty of Science , Kau, SA

Keynote Speakers

Prof .Dr. Magda M. Aly

King Abdulaziz University,
Saudi Arabia

Prof. Michael Gr. Voskoglou

University of Peloponnese, Greece

Special Sessions

PhotoNameSpecial Session Name and Topics
Prof. Dr. Nadera Alborno

Special and Inclusive Education
American University in Dubai, UAE
ICSNSE24-SSN-1: Teacher Education and Preparation in a Global Context

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Objectives and Motivations

We are pleased to announce a special session on "Teacher Education and Preparation in a World of Global Teacher Shortages" as part of the upcoming 2024 International Conference on Social and Natural Sciences and Education ICSNSE'24.
In recent years, the shortage of qualified teachers has emerged as a pressing challenge with far-reaching implications for educational systems worldwide, which have been substantiated by research from authoritative bodies such as UNESCO, European Commission, and others (European Commission, 2023; Sutcher et al., 2019; UNESCO, 2024). This shortage affects both developed and developing nations alike. This special session aims to explore innovative approaches, strategies, and best practices in teacher education and preparation to address this critical issue.
In an era characterized by rapid social change, technological advances, and shifting educational paradigms, the role of educators is becoming increasingly important. However, the global shortage of teachers poses a significant threat to the quality and equity of education. In light of this challenge, this special session aims to bring together researchers, educators, policymakers, and practitioners to engage in a dialog on effective strategies to improve teacher recruitment, education, professional development, and retention.

Scope and Interests

Topics of interest for submission include, but are not limited to:
1. Innovative models of teacher education and preparation
2. Strategies for attracting and retaining teachers in underserved communities
3. Utilizing technology in teacher training and professional development
4. Mentorship and support programs for novice teachers
5. Addressing diversity and inclusivity in teacher education programs
6. International perspectives on teacher shortages and solutions
7. Policy interventions to alleviate teacher shortages
8. Collaborative approaches between schools, universities, and communities
9. Cultivating teacher leadership and empowerment
10. Assessing the impact of teacher shortages on educational outcomes
Prof .Dr. Magda M. Aly

Prof. of Microbil Biotechnology
King Abdulaziz University

Saudi Arabia
ICSNSE24-SSN-2: Advances in Microbiology

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Objectives and Motivations

Special sessions are important for scientific meetings and conferences as they bring together researchers and students who share a common interest in a specific topic. The field of microbiology is rapidly changing due to the evolution of living organisms, with microorganisms being particularly impacted by events that shape public perceptions of microbes. These events include the emergence of multidrug-resistant bacteria, new bacterial diseases, decreased activity of formerly used antibiotics, and decreased food contamination on a large scale. Microbial research is harnessing the power of biotechnology and has many new applications, including the production of genetically engineered microbes, biocontrol of infectious diseases, and the production of safe and useful microbes to benefit society. Bacteria and archaea are prokaryotic organisms, making them more amenable to being used in biotechnology. Current studies are focusing on the linkages between microbes and their phylogenetic origins and habitats. Topics such as genomics, infectious disease, the origins of life, and the application of microbes to improve the quality of life are at the forefront of previously unattainable research areas that are being actively pursued today.

Scope and Interests (not limited to):
This session aims to build a community of authors, researchers, academicians, and readers to discuss the latest research, develop new ideas and research directions, and exchange ideas on the latest theoretical developments in the field, as well as on the best practices for a wide range of applications. Papers dealing with case studies, experimental and theoretical works, and their application to real-life situations are of particular interest.

The papers will be collected by Guest Editors who are experts in the field and will oversee the editorial process for each paper. Submissions for this special session should address, but are not limited to, the following or related topics:

- Gut Microbiome of the Gastrointestinal Tract
- Bacterial isolation and molecular identification from extreme habitats
- Prevalence of Multidrug-resistant bacteria in Hospitals
- Food and water-borne pathogens, risk assessment, and management
- Novel therapies for the control of infectious pathogens
- Approaches to reduce the use of antibiotics in humans and animals.
-Microbial biosynthesis and metabolic pathway
- Bacteria as cell factories and genetic engineering.
- Bioactive metabolites and biosynthesis of nutritionally valuable compounds from bacteria
- Production of single-cell proteins and lipids.
- Actinomycetes in biotechnology
Dr. Albadri Albaloula Ali

Associate Professor of Strategic Management
Management Department
College of Business Administration – Hwatat bani Tamim
Prince Sattam bin Abdulaziz University, Alkharj, Riyadh

Saudi Arabia
ICSNSE24-SSN-3: Challenges of Strategic Planning Within and for Higher Education Sector (SPHES)

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Objectives and Motivations

Despite the fact that demand for higher education is skyrocketing, numerous texts address the complex issues facing the entire system of higher education (HES), including, but not limited to, the rising cost of higher education, new policies and initiatives, increasing competition, public accountability, technological advancements, the growth of online education and massive open online courses, educational quality and assessment, student accountability, and the Furthermore, in many nations, HES is seen as a drain on the public budgets. As a result, greater emphasis has been placed on the most profitable sector while disregarding HES. Regardless, futurists anticipate that HES will be the primary concern for future generations.

All of the factors above, as well as others that should be investigated, have highlighted the urgent necessity to re-evaluate HES's leadership and management methods. The most appropriate radical solution for adopting new holistically models and paradigms within and for strategic management and strategic planning in HES.


These HES strategic planning concerns inspire scholars, researchers, and academics to actively participate in the CANWEST'24 conference, where they can exchange academic and empirical experiences to achieve a high level of strategic consensus, alignment, and thinking outcomes.

Scope and Interests (not limited to)
• Strategic thinking within competitive environment for HES
• Strategic content to strategic competency and capability
• Pitfalls of strategic implementation for colleges and universities.
• Predicting the uncertain future trajectory for HES
• Factors impacting the success of: environmental scanning, formulation and implementation
• Strategic performance management within universities.
• Future predication for HES’ academic programs
• Future predictions for HES' academic programs.
• Emerging college alternatives and political interference
• Sustainability of financing resources for colleges and universities.


Dr. Mohammad Samarah (chair)

Professor of Practice – Information Systems
University of Maryland Baltimore County
Balitmore, MD

Dr. Melissa M. Sahl (co-chair)
Instructor - Information Systems
University of Maryland Baltimore County
Baltimore, MD


USA
ICSNSE24-SSN-4: Innovations in Software Engineering Education (IS2E)

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Objectives and Motivations

Increasingly require knowledge of how to best create, implement, maintain, and integrate software and software systems. Training the current and future workforce in an effective way is critical to having this capable workforce.

Scope and Interests (not limited to):

• Software Engineering curriculum development
• Software Engineering program implementation
• Innovations and evaluation of pedagogy in Software Engineering
• Software Engineering course development and implementation
• Community engagement in Software Engineering education
• Standards, regulations, and accreditation of Software Engineering programs
• Recruiting and retention in Software Engineering education

Prof. Nabil Mlaiki

Dr.Sarah Aljuhani

Professor of Mathematics, Department of Mathematics and Sciences, Prince Sultan University
Riyadh


Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA)
ICSNSE24-SSN-5: Current Trends in Pure and Applied Mathematics

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Objectives and Motivations

Within the realm of a special session dedicated to pure mathematics and applied sciences, amidst the dynamic evolution of analytical methodologies, the horizon illuminated by advancements in mathematical theory and its applications shines with unprecedented promise. This dedicated forum not only serves as a catalyst for fostering interdisciplinary dialogue but also offers a platform to showcase cutting-edge research at the intersection of pure mathematics and applied sciences. Mathematical Analysis emerges as the cornerstone discipline within this specialized session, offering profound insights into the fundamental structures of mathematical phenomena. From classical analysis to modern functional analysis, this session traverses a rich landscape of mathematical theories, shedding light on their deep-seated principles and practical implications across diverse scientific domains. Moreover, the exploration extends to the frontiers of applied sciences, where mathematical analysis serves as a powerful tool for deciphering complex systems and phenomena. Differential equations, numerical analysis, and mathematical modeling take center stage, providing avenues to unravel the intricacies of physical, biological, and technological systems. Furthermore, this session delves into the symbiotic relationship between mathematical analysis and its practical manifestations in fields such as physics, engineering, and computational sciences. Topics including dynamical systems, optimization theory, and mathematical physics are explored, offering insights into their transformative impact on both theoretical frameworks and real-world applications. By bringing together esteemed mathematicians, seasoned researchers, and emerging scholars, this special session serves as a nexus for collaboration, innovation, and knowledge exchange. It provides a unique opportunity to explore emerging mathematical frontiers, exchange ideas, and evaluate the transformative potential of mathematical analysis in addressing the complex challenges of the modern world.

Scope and Interests (not limited to)
• Fractional Calculus
• Fixed Point Theory
• Analysis, Special Functions and Kernels
• Numerical and Computational Methods
• Analytical Solution Methods: Exact and Approximate
• Modeling Approaches with Nonlocal (Fractional) Operators
• Probability and Statistics Based on Non-Local Approaches
• Functional Analysis
• General Topology

Dr. AICHI Yassir
Prof. BASSIRI Mustapha

Multidisciplinary Laboratory in Education Sciences and Training Engineering (LMSEIF)
Normal Superior School (ENS), University Hassan II of Casablanca

Morocco
ICSNSE24-SSN-6: Exploring the Transformative Role of AI in Education: Bridging the Gap in the Fourth Industrial Revolution

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Objectives and Motivations

Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology stands as a cornerstone of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, defining the contemporary era we inhabit. Much like its widespread impact across various facets of life, AI technology has significantly influenced the realm of education. It introduces unprecedented solutions and tools aimed at enhancing the efficiency of the educational process and catering to the genuine needs of learners. Moreover, it offers qualitative features to support educators in their roles, facilitating insights into learners' weaknesses and individual characteristics, and suggesting personalized services such as translation aids, learning support, and tailored educational content. Furthermore, AI facilitates the utilization of educational applications, simulation software, and virtual environments, fostering a deeper understanding of both theoretical knowledge and practical applications. In light of these advancements, this conference endeavors to explore the multifaceted applications of AI in education and foster meaningful dialogue among experts, policymakers, educational professionals, and industry stakeholders.
Scope and Interests (not limited to)
Submissions for this special session should address, but are not limited to, the following or related topics:

• Recent advances in AI and their impact on education
• The impact of AI on learning and teaching
• AI-assisted and Interactive Technologies in an Educational Context
• Explore Design, Use, and Evaluation of Human-AI Hybrid Systems for Learning
• The ethics and regulation of AI in education
• Design, Implementation & Assessment of Innovative Technologies in Education
• Training teachers and students in the use of AI
• Future Prospects for AI in Education
• Nurturing Creativity & Innovation: New, Innovative & Radical Education
• Learning Experiences, Student Learning & Learner Diversity
• Teaching Experiences, Pedagogy, Practice & Praxis
• Adult, Lifelong & Distance Learning
• Education & Difference: Gifted Education, Special Education, Learning Difficulties & Disability
• Interdisciplinary, Multidisciplinary & Transdisciplinary Education

Scientific committee
• Pr. Mustapha Bassiri, Higher Normal School, Hassan II University Casablanca Morocco
• Pr. Said Belaaouad, Faculty of Sciences Ben M'sik, Hassan II University Casablanca Morocco
• Pr. Mailka Tridane, Regional Center of Education and Training trades. Casablanca Morocco
• Pr. Jabran Daaif, Higher School of Education and Training – Berrechid, Hassan 1st University, Morocco
• Dr. Aichi Yassir Brain Management Morroco
• Pr. Adil Boulahouajeb Regional Center of Education and Training trades. Casablanca Morocco
• Pr. Maziane Brahim Higher Normal School, Hassan II University Casablanca Morocco
• Pr. Siham ouhrir Higher Normal School, Hassan II University Casablanca Morocco
• Pr. Nachit Ibrahim Higher Normal School, Hassan II University Casablanca Morocco

Dr. Faeza A. Althamari

Assistant Professor- Art Education Department
College of Education, Qatar University
Doha

State of Qatar
ICSNSE24-SSN-7: Education Patterns and the Sustainable Development in Higher Education

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Objectives and Motivations

Within the development context and the accelerating desire towards change and development, all efforts were devoted to creating diverse educational patterns with a strong focus on discovering methods of sustainable development in education (SDE). Raising the individual's capabilities and self-empowerment through various means of learning is the vital key to the sustainability of the development of societies.
In short, education is worth investing in, not because it is the elusive ‘silver bullet’ to end all sustainable development problems, but because processes of teaching and learning are a natural and defining characteristic of society. The improvement of education on its own terms is therefore in everyone’s interest. Although, surprisingly, while discussions around building self-capacity would benefit greatly from the insights of educators, these insights are rarely sought. Therefore, this session treats various educational issues included within critical thinking of education patterns and sustainable development.
The focus of this session lays on the integration of topics, perspectives, mindsets and learning methods of sustainable development into Bachelor’s and Master’s degree programs – in the sense of “Education Patterns and Sustainable Development in Higher Education (EPSD)”. The current session aims to consolidate the experience and strength of the network to meaningfully deliberate between lecturers, heads of study programs, sustainability units, Higher Education didactics and representatives of university faculties and departments, university management, students and university administrations of different Higher Education Institutions, to open meaningful discussion about ways to develop the current educational patterns and sustainability. This session is expected to come up with the most important recommendations and proposals and to be a purposeful promotion of the Congress platform

Scope and Interests (not limited to)
• Education and Sustainable development goals
• Environmental dimensions and education
• Global challenge of intellectual change
• Education and control of intellectual invasion
• Global economic crisis and the current status of education
• Artificial Intelligent systems and education
• Digital teaching methods vs traditional teaching methods
• Transformative learning theory & Education philosophy
• The reflection of education on values, attitudes, thought patterns and emotions.


Prof. (Dr.) Mustapha BASSIRI

Prof. (Dr.) Brahim NACHIT


1Multidisciplinary Laboratory in Education Sciences and Training Engineering (LMSEIF). Normal Higher School (ENS-C), Hassan II University of Casablanca, BP, Ghandi

Morocco
ICSNSE24-SSN-8: Education, Pedagogical Engineering, Science Didactics and Digital Transformation

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Objectives and Motivations

Education and training as a social institution is organized in many different ways around the world, reflecting the variation of the underlying philosophies of what education is and how to achieve the goals set
The session on Education, Pedagogical Engineering, Science Didactics and Digital Transformation invites participants to understand the impact of a systemic and multidisciplinary approach in the education sector. It is important to present their academic research to improve the quality of training and learning, teachers, doctoral students and business training professionals discuss and share their experiences such as the role of technological integration, modern education, creativity, educational and didactic engineering of the scientific sciences and the social and human sciences.
The ultimate goal would be to provide an opportunity for information exchange, knowledge creation and sharing of best practices and innovative experiences as well as the research results of professionals and teachers in all training and education contexts worldwide.
The session also aims to share pedagogical research studies to contribute to the dissemination of the work of teachers, trainers, researchers and young researchers (PhD students) and as a catalyst for the development of scientific research and the creation of an international research collaboration network, fostering interdisciplinary exchanges and discussions on cutting-edge research projects. This large-scale scientific event allows researchers (and PhD students) to publish their work on a global scale, by partnering with renowned publishers to ensure the distribution of new high-quality publications.

Scope and Interests
The together, digital transformation will help us identify emerging digital trends as a vector of innovation by promoting practical solutions in digital education.
This special session on education and techno pedagogical innovation will cover a variety of topics, including - two unifying axes - :
Axis I:
o Education.
o Training engineering and pedagogical engineering.
o Didactics of science: scientific, human and social disciplines.
o Digital transformation.
o TICS Sustainable Development Goals.
Axis II:
o Adult education.
o Arts Education.
o Company training.
o Techno-pedagogical engineering.
o Curriculum development.
o Docimology.
o Teaching foundations.
o Educational policy and leadership.
o Hard Sills and Soft Skills
o Quality of the education system - Training.
o Support and professionalization
o E-learning.
o Gamification of Learning.
o Language teaching.
o Global issues in education and research.
o TICE.
o Open education resources.
o MOOC and High-Quality Online Courses
o Inclusive education
o Learning/teaching methodologies and assessment
o New pedagogical approaches
o Educational Psychology and Neuroscience
o Teaching in difficult environments
Axis III:
o Creative Teaching Methods
o Team Teaching & Interdisciplinary Integration
o Multilingualism
o Innovations in Education Raising Scientific Literacy
o Extracurricular Activities
o Early Childhood Education
o Primary & Secondary Education
o Undergraduate Education
o Post-Graduate Education
o Adult Education
o Vocational Training
o Informal Learning
o Life-Long Learning
o Employability Issues
o Music Education
o Arts Education
o Discourse Analysis
o Adaptation to New Technologies
o Social Networks
o Smart Phones & Mobile Applications
o Didactic Games
o Online Classroom
o Interactive Whiteboard
o E-Management of Schools
o Simulation & Animation
o Interactive Whiteboard
o Blended Learning
o Advanced Classroom Technologies
o Online/Virtual Laboratories
o Open Universities & Distance Education
o Online Assessment
o E-Tutoring
o Virtual Learning
o Learning Management Systems
o Social & Digital Media
o Educational Multimedia
o Animation & 3D Applications
o Digital Libraries
o Open Resources
o Learning Analytics
o Plagiarism Technologies
o Digital-Age School
o Managed Learning Environments (MLEs)
o Learning Management Systems (LMS)
o Intelligent Tutoring Systems (ITS)
o Virtual Conferences & Workshops
o Collaborative Virtual Environments (CVEs)
o Educational Software
o Virtual Reality

Scientific committee

- Pr. Brahim NACHIT Higher Normal School (ENS), Hassan II University, Casablanca, Morocco
- Pr. Mustapha BASSIRI Higher Normal School (ENS), Hassan II University, Casablanca, Morocco
- Pr. Said LOTFI, Higher Normal School (ENS), Hassan II University, Casablanca, Morocco
- Dr. Nizar LOTFI Higher Normal School (ENS), Hassan II University, Casablanca, Morocco
- Pr. Mohammed MADANI, Higher Normal School (ENS), Hassan II University, Casablanca, Morocco
- Pr. Mohamed ELATLASSI, Higher Normal School (ENS), Hassan II University, Casablanca, Morocco
- Pr. Malika TRIDANE Regional Center for the Professions of Education and Training of the Casablanca-Settat. Morocco
- Pr. Adil BOULAHOUAJEB Regional Center for the Professions of Education and Training of the Casablanca-Settat. Morocco.
- Pr. Jabran DAAIF. Higher School of Education and Training of Berrechid. Hassan 1st University. Morocco
- Pr. MAZIANE BRAHIM Higher Normal School, Hassan II University of Casablanca, Morocco,
- Pr. SROUR CHAIBIA Regional Center for the Professions of Education andTraining, Casablanca-Settat, Morocco,
- Pr. RAOUF KHADIJA Regional Center for the Professions of Education andTraining, Casablanca-Settat, Morocco,
- Pr. ELATLASSI MOHAMED Higher Normal School, Hassan II University of Casablanca, Morocco,
- Pr. FAOUZI LATIFA, Regional Center for the Professions of Education andTraining, Casablanca-Settat, Morocco,
- Pr. GHOSNE NADIA, ISPITS, Casablanca, Morocco,
- Pr. LOTFI FATIMA ZAHRA, Higher Normal School, Hassan II University of Casablanca, Morocco,
- Pr. MZIWIRA MOHAMED Higher Normal School, Hassan II University of Casablanca, Morocco,
- Pr. TAKATI NADIA Higher Normal School, Hassan II University of Casablanca, Morocco,
- Pr. Latifi Mohamed Center of Training Education’ Inspectors Morocco,

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