Keynotes

Government of Sudan, Khartoum, Sudan 2013

Building Capacity for a Sustainable Knowledge-Based Economy in Sudan First Knowledge Economy Conference, Khartoum, Sudan Government of Sudan 3rd June 2013 Sudan is facing a daunting challenge in diversifying its economy. A diverse economy for the Sudan would mean huge benefits for the country in terms of economic growth, global market reach and less dependence on a single commodity sector. This conference is timely from the country’s need to examine the current status, a necessary step for realization of new prospects and adoption and application of future policies and programs. The conference aimed to assess Sudan’s position with regard to implementation more >>

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Future University, Khartoum, Sudan 2003

(2013 Khartoum, Sudan) “ICT as a tool in Knowledge Management”, Future University Knowledge Management Framework Lecture about the relevance of ICT as a tool in Knowledge Management at The Future University – Sudan, on March 21, 2013.

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Imperial College London, London, United Kingdom 2013

(2013 London, UK) “Making science and technology work for international development: key policy lessons”, Imperial College London Making science and technology work for international development: key policy lessons; International Development Conference entitled “The role of Science and technology in international development”, Imperial College London, 23 Feb 2013. The IC-IDC is the first student led conference of its kind to be hosted at Imperial College.

Conference Chair

University of Brighton, Brighton, United Kingdom 2013

(2013 Brighton, UK) “Towards a Sustainable Knowledge-Based Economy in the Middle East & North Africa”, University of Brighton  Towards a Sustainable Knowledge-Based Economy in the Middle East & North Africa One Day International Conference Wednesday 30th January 2013 University of Brighton and Sussex Aims and Objectives The conference aims to critically discuss a range of issues relating to the role of academics and professionals in supporting and enhancing the process of transforming the countries of the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) to advanced, knowledge-based societies led by sustainable innovation and social advance. The conference will also discuss the major obstacles more >>

Conference Chair

World Association for Sustainable Development (WASD), Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates 2012

(2012 Abu Dhabi, UAE) “Change, Innovate and Lead for a Sustainable Future”, World Association for Sustainable Development 10th International Conference World Association for Sustainable Development (WASD) 19-21 November 2012, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates The theme of the conference was Change, Innovate and Lead for a Sustainable Future. Articles from this conference have been published in the World Sustainable Development Outlook Book Series.

Highlights

United Nations University, Hamilton, Canada 2012

(2012 Hamilton, Canada) “Knowledge Management and Mobilization”, United Nations K* Star Conference  United Nations University Conference, entited “Knowledge Management and Mobilization”, United Nations University, 25-27 April 2012, Hamilton, Ontario – Canada More details about K* conference

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Emirate of Abu Dhabi Department of Municipal Affairs (DMA), Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates 2011

(2011 Abu Dhabi, UAE) “Managing Knowledge and Innovation in the 21st Century and the Roadmap to Sustainability in the Arab Countries”, Emirate of Abu Dhabi  Knowledge Management Conference entitled “Managing Knowledge and Innovation in the 21st Century and the Roadmap to Sustainability in the Arab Countries”, Department of Municipal Affairs (DMA), Government of Abu Dhabi, 23 October 2011, Abu Dhabi – UAE The presentation explores the Government of Abu Dhabi major Knowledge Management Project – first of its kind in the Middle East – “Musharaka – Excellence through Knowledge”. Musharaka is the first complete KM Framework to be launched in UAE and the Arab more >>

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University of Cambridge, Cambridge, United Kingdom 2009

(2009 Cambridge, UK) “Would You Prefer a Mobile Phone or a Toilet?”, University of Cambridge “Would You Prefer a Mobile Phone or a Toilet?” Panel: Dr David Grimshaw (Head of International Programme – New Technologies, Practical Action), Professor Geoff Walsham (University of Cambridge, Judge Business School), Dr Allam Ahmed (University of Sussex) and Dr Shoba Arun (Manchester Metropolitan University Monday 26 October 2009 HouseMcCrum Lecture Theatre Technology has been touted as the panacea for the challenges facing developing countries. However, with limited resources, there is a need to prioritise and economise. Should we focus technological R&D on affordable basic infrastructure, more >>

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World Bank, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania 2008

(2008 Dar es Salaam, Tanzania) “Bridging Agricultural Innovation to Policy: Challenges – Strategies – Policies”, World Bank “Bridging Agricultural Innovation to Policy: Challenges – Strategies – Policies”. World Bank Conference on Practicing Agricultural Innovation in Africa: A Platform for Action, 12-14 May 2008, Dar es Salaam: Tanzania Summary: The forum focus on various technologies and innovations relating to agriculture, food industry, rural energy and physical environment including water. These particular technologies are selected due to the fact that growth and productivity in agriculture and food sectors is central to any strategy of reducing poverty and increasing economic growth and development in more >>

Books

Managing Science and Technology for a Sustainable Future

This volume explores global viewpoints on the role of STI in solving global problems related to sustainability and the growing concerns for the future of our interlocked ecological, political and economic systems in a highly populated world that is characterised by major social and economic disparities.

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