As one dives deep into his own scientific field, interacting with colleagues, and joining educational and research groups, we realize how high we have built the walls around ourselves, and those who share the same interests as us. We learn not to resist invaders into our territories and to think and behave as affiliates of a certain virtue.
Art, medicine, plants, mathematics, and astronomy, are all parts of the heritage of ancient, true pioneers of knowledge. The enormity of this prodigious legacy can only reach its true potential when these segments, reunite as a whole and into knowledge without borders. It is undeniable that science today, is unintentionally mistaken for a line to draw boundaries with, a weapon to display power, or a rule to rank orders. We believe that the golden key to this reconciliation is by the hands of the scientist themselves, by the hands of artists, mathematicians, and by the hands of anyone who has an ability to share what they know, for the greater good.
USERN has been established with the main purpose of the peaceful and humanitarian promotion of education and research, universally. It comprises of top 1% of scientists in all scientific fields as the advisory board members who would manage and supervise the educational and research programs in their field of specialty. There are more than 600 top scientists, including nineteen Nobel/Abel Laureates, among the advisory board members of USERN.
The theme of the Congress this year will be “United Science: The Power for Peace”, emphasizing the potential power of different fields of science, when integrating, joining, and making the united science, in spreading peace globally. The gathering of senior and junior scientists in the context of the USERN Congress would be a forward step in eliminating the age and level borders of science. Not only the senior scientists but also junior students/scientists would get the chance to present their experiences in science within USERN Congress in the context of “Junior Talks/Posters”. The concept of USERN has been supported by a hundred scientific centers and universities.
Importantly and beyond the noble goal of USERN Congress in scientific promotions, USERN Prize has been established in order to identify the most talented qualified junior scientists in all areas of science, who have devoted their time to science promotion and performed outstanding scientific projects so far! The bests of bests in each field will be awarded each year to be distinguished to the scientific world and to be acknowledged for their humanitarian efforts. The USERN Prize Awarding Festival will be held annually on November 10th, the Global Day of Science for Peace and Development.
Respecting the USERN slogan of “Science without Borders” and in order to eliminate the geographical borders of science, the USERN Congress and Prize Awarding Festival is to be held annually hosted by a scientific center worldwide. Proudly, to date, we have organized the previous USERN Congresses and Festival in Iran (Tehran), Ukraine (Kharkiv), Italy (Reggio Calabria), Hungary (Budapest), Iran (Tehran), Turkey (Istanbul), and Muscat (Oman), respectively; all highly welcomed by the international academic community.
The next edition of the USERN congress will be held in Yerevan (Armenia), where we hope to gather all scientists who wish to contribute to our goals of a strong interdisciplinary community of researchers united in the conviction that together we can make a difference for the benefit of humanity.
USERN Congress and Prize awarding festival will be held during November 2023, focusing on the scientific theme “Looking at Universe, Thinking in Science”, where we will meet the USERN Prize Laureates and a number of top scientists as speakers.
Importantly and as the USERN’s routine, the program will provide a unique opportunity for juniors to present their experiences as USERN Junior Talks or Poster Presentations!
Stay tuned for more information about registration and abstract submissions
Top juniors will have the chance to present their abstracts as “USERN Junior Talks”
Submission Deadline: To be announced soon
annually bestowed to junior scientists or researchers less than 40 years of age for any novel advancement or achievement in scientific education, research, or serving the humanity in five scientific fields including Formal Sciences, Physical-Chemical Sciences, Biological Sciences, Medical Sciences, and Social Sciences.
The Health and Art (HEART) group, is behind all this. The HEART is a charity group with only one goal: “to maintain and improve the mental health of sick kids, all over the world”. HEART relies on nothing but fundraising ceremonies, charity events, and local support to be able to organize the IFPPP and a variety of other successful events to “Bringing Smile to A Beating Heart”. Besides the IFPPP, HEART is busy throughout the year with the Football Mini World Cup, Book and Toys Sharing Campaigns, and Charity Exhibitions