Meet fellow academia members at the social sciences conference of the year
Munich, Germany will be home to the 4th installment of the International Conference on Modern Research in Social Sciences. Make sure to mark your calendars on 29-31 July 2021, because this is the one event of the year you don’t want to miss.
Insightful presentations, engaging discussions, vibrant networking – social science conferences 2021 (ICMRSS) has it all. With leading academics on the scientific committee of the event, the program is guaranteed to address the most relevant topics in the field. To round up your experience, we invite you to join the free tour of Munich and explore everything this gorgeous city has to offer.
A SAFE RETURN TO IN-PERSON CONFERENCE
As we prepare for the holding in-person conferences along with Virtual sessions, we are actively monitoring country-wide policies, to ensure the health and safety of our participants. While the ICMRSS Conference is planned to be held on the scheduled date and venue, in case of any travel limitations or host-country restrictions, the registered participants of the conference will be provided with solutions and options at least two weeks before the conference.
Reasons to attend social sciences conferences
Why Should Attend?
- Present your ideas and work to a global audience
- Hear from world-class keynote speakers
- Select between various modes of presentations: Oral, Virtual, or Poster presentation
- Find new opportunities to connect and network with an academic community in various academic sessions and social functions
- All papers have publication opportunities in Scopus-indexed journals
- Have your work published in the Conference Proceedings with Digital Object Identifier (DOI) from Cross Ref and ISBN
- Receive constructive feedback from Peer Reviewers to improve your work
- Get deeper knowledge and a new perspective in the field
- Build new collaborations for your projects
- Invest in your own growth and progress
- Nominate for Best Presenter Awards for outstanding presentations
- Increase your work’s visibility and readership through the Open Access publication with a reputable Publishing House
- Gain access to all presented papers
- Join a free guided City Tour
- Enjoy the Conference photography coverage
Attending the social sciences conferences will provide an opportunity to network and share thoughts on recent advances with other academics and experts in the same or similar fields.
All accepted research papers will be published and indexed in the social sciences conferences proceedings. All accepted abstracts will be published in the conference abstract book with ISBN.
- Organizing Committee will offer the all social sciences conferences participants a city tour free of charge, so learn about Munich’s vibrant past and present, with a friendly local guide.
Options Available for Publication of Presented Work
What makes ICMRSS one of the top social science conferences of the year
All accepted and presented papers will be electronically published in the official Conference Proceedings ISBN 978-609-485-171-1. A Digital Object Identifier (DOI) from Cross Ref will be assigned for each paper.
BE THE BEST PRESENTER
How you can participate in one of the most highly anticipated social science conferences of 2021
Be the Best Presenter and Best Student in an International social sciences conference.
Get rewards to your commitment, knowledge and be a partner to revolutionize the research by building the arch of knowledge.
Deadline: 22 July 2021
- Authors (Student): €270
- Authors (Student): €295
- Listener: €120
- Virtual Delegate: €120
- Extra Papers: €75
Munich – the capital of Bavaria – is known for more than just the world’s largest beer festival and BMWs. Apart from these, the city is also rich in beautiful architecture, meaty sausages (traditionally eaten for breakfast), good football, museums, vintage trams, parties, exhibitions, and parks – one of which is larger than even New York’s Central Park.
Munich is the third-largest city in Germany (after Berlin and Hamburg). Munich, by far the largest city in southern Germany, lies about 30 miles (50 km) north of the edge of the Alps and along the Isar River, which flows through the middle of the city.