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“Why should one attend an International Conference?”

In today’s fast changing world, attending a conference has become a “must” to survive in an academic discipline. Many academics have become aware of this fact as the number of conferences and participants increase dramatically. Conferences offer benefits that you simply can't get hermetically sealed in your cube.Attending international conferences allows you the opportunity to listen to different points of view and to learn new ideas and trends in your field across the Globe. Meeting new people with different cultures and dispositions enlightens your way of thinking in your field of study. You will witness some of the many different aspects and solutions which exist on the same issues. They also provide you with new techniques, new types of equipment, data to publish, and certain facts that you may not have heard of. International Conferences present numerous invaluable opportunities to refine your vision by learning new skills in a different environment. The knowledge and skills you consume from an international conference will also play a key role in your future work. There are several ways in which one can sharpen one’s skills in the modern era. However, when it comes to answering the question of what advantages does one stand to gain by leaving the comfort of their home and attend a conference, continue reading below.

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Key Features:

1.      Networking Opportunity to Boost the Future

Despite the many social media channels we have today to keep in touch with people living far from home, nothing beats meeting with someone in person or virtually in the same or similar field of studies all around the world and to share thoughts on recent advances and technological breakthroughs.It is an opportunity to expand the knowledge that one has and upgrade performance in accomplishing institutional objectives. Conferences offer participants the opportunity to not only meet like-minded people but also to meet a many people who can enhance your career by giving you more opportunities than you would otherwise have. As you step up and attend conferences you build a network of people who can raise your caliber of work to greater heights as you achieve shared objectives. Brainy Meet Conferences are also a great way to keep in touch with your mentors and those you admire, as well as stay close to your competitors and keep an eye on what they are doing.

The more network you have with people; the more ways you’ll be able to make for yourself to be successful.

2.      Knowledge about Latest Research

Meeting new people with different cultures and dispositions enlightens your way of thinking in your field of study. You will witness some of the many different aspects and solutions which exist on the same issues. If you want to know about the very latest findings in your field before they are even published in journals, then a conference is the place to be. Many researchers will present preliminary findings or work which has not yet been published at a conference. These ideas can be great inspiration for your own research.Many companies exhibit their latest products at conferences, seminars, and workshops. Attending one of them could help you better understand the type of tools people in your field use to get results. Companies often test new products at these events simply to check the receipt of their new products. If you are lucky, you can also get a free sample because many companies like to distribute their prototypes and samples for constructive feedback.

3.      Pushing Your Limits

Events such as conferences, seminars, and workshops force participants to venture out and try new things, things they could not have imagined doing otherwise. While it’s easy and sufficient for some people to watch a video, listen to a podcast, or read a blog from home This type of event normally involves a number of competitions and challenges that allow participants to challenge and test their skills. Participating in such a challenge will help you gain crucial visibility that could potentially help you accomplish great things in your respective field.

4.      Refreshing Your Mind

One biggest advantage of Attending anInternational conference will help you understand that you are not alone and that there are a number of people like you who are struggling in the same way as you. You will meet people who are more like you, who are more successful. This could help you to gain crucial insights on how to overcome obstacles and obstacles in your journey and to help you achieve similar success. Even if you meet people who are not as successful as you, you could, in turn, inspire them. It will allow you to nourish your brain and open yourself to new thoughts and ideas. It will let you have an opportunity to do many new things and build up your knowledge. It is like a productive vacation filled with knowledge Being part of the community, interacting with like-minded people, learning from people who know more than you, passing on information to those who know less, helping to create an extraordinary philosophy of productivity and success.

5.      Acquiring & Honing New Skills

Throughout history, there have been a number of popular scientists, scholars, philosophers, and academicians who have concluded that sharpening the blade or refining of skills and gaining of knowledge are the habits of highly productive and successful people. Another way to look at an international conference is that it is an excellent way to get away from the stress of work to relax and learn new and exciting things that will help make not just your work easier when you return but also more effective.

6.      ImprovingSkills on Communication & Presentation

Presenting a paper is one of the main objectives of an academic conference participant.Soft skills are important for every career, and in academia or research then your skills in presentation and communication are particularly important. Fortunately, conferences give you the chance to practice these skills. Rehearsing and giving your talk or poster presentation will make you more comfortable in front of an audience, and you'll learn things like the speed at which you should talk and the amount of detail which you need to give in your explanations. Answering questions after your presentation and chatting with other attendees will help to hone your communications skills


7.      Presenting a paper

Presenting a paper is one of the main objectives of an academic conference participant. The presenter will have the chance to present a paper in front of colleagues of the same or similar fields of study and will be able to receive positive feedback and constructive criticism about their research. The exchange of ideas on fields of interests seeds the links for future collaborations across the world. There are many who were once GAI conference participants now developing research projects and writing papers together. Each participant in our conferences get a congratulatory certificate from the conference chairman’s voice that is turned into sound wave art

8.      Add a Cherry on top of your Profile

Attending an international conference is never a small thing. Having a certificate of participation from an international conference is like a cherry on top of your profile. It is one of the prestigious achievements one can display on their resume or CV. Having an international conference listed under your achievements will play a huge role in making your profile be on top of the pile as it shows that you are confident, talented and have most likely collected the knowledge you currently possess from practical sources rather than theories and the internet like most of the other people. For students and researchers, academic conferences help to make research on a particular subject easier. They provide access to various research activities related to a particular subject with current findings and developments anticipated from them.


9.      Know your strength & weakness through feedback

By being part of international conferences, you will be able to assess yourself, your knowledge, and your potential. It will help you discover various things about you that were previously unknown and help you make a plan on how to focus and enhance those hidden talents, presenting at a conference can be nerve-wracking, and you might be tempted to fall back on the same presentation that you always give because you know that it's safe. But if you do this, you'll be missing out on one great benefit of conferences: the chance to get feedback from experts on early versions of your work. You can use your presentation time to talk about preliminary results from your most recent experiment, and the feedback you get from your audience can help you to anticipate reviewers' comments when you try to get it published. Alternatively, you could present your well-established work, and then at the end, you could throw out some ideas you have for future experiments and get feedback on these. A conference presents the chance to see a whole room full of world experts in your particular field, so there's no better chance to get your work in front of these people and have them candidly discuss its strengths and weaknesses. This reason and benefit are alone enough to attend an international conference.


10.  Publication

Another common reason for attending a conference is no doubt publication. Conference proceedings are always a good way to have your research published and indexed. You’ll also have the opportunity to publish your research in one of our journals. Please note that only selected papers are published in our journals for free of charge while all papers/abstracts accepted for the conferences are published in the conference proceedings with an ISBN.



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