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The European Conference on Technology-Enhanced Learning - EC-TEL 2018


Workshop on Technology Enhanced Learning for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics education (TEL-STEM 2018)


Many European countries are already concerned about young people disengagement from STEM and therefore many initiatives have been developed throughout Europe to carry out innovative teaching and learning approaches at different levels trying to reverse this process.

The use of Technology enhanced Learning (TEL) approach in teaching and learning creates engaging classrooms in STEM subjects, demystifies the pre-conceived idea among learners that science technologies, engineering and maths topics are difficult, improves learning outcome and increases student motivation and engagement.

The TEL-STEM workshop is an opportunity for teachers and researchers from schools, universities, colleges and companies to share and discuss innovative practices, research initiatives and approaches that enhance face to face and online teaching practices in STEM education. We envision that the TEL-STEM 2018 will be the starting point for an annual meeting on STEM researches at future EC-TEL conferences.

Front-line researchers and authors are invited to submit original research work and state of the art review on the use of TEL in STEM education.



  • STEM education challenges
  • STEM for lifelong learning perspectives
  • Innovative approaches for STEM teaching and learning
  • Open and distance education and blended learning in STEM education
  • Issues of STEM assessment
  • Personalisation and Adaptation in STEM education
  • Learners motivations and needs in STEM education
  • Innovative TEL approaches for Learners with Disability
  • Teachers needs in STEM education
  • Development of 21st century skills through STEM education
  • Tools and learning environments supporting STEM Education
  • Augmented Reality for STEM teaching and learning process
  • Gamification in STEM education
  • Self-directed learning and teaching in STEM


Paper Submission: June 22, 2018

Authors Notification: July 15, 2018

Camera Ready and Registration: July 24, 2018



Azim Roussanaly, LORIA, Université de Lorraine (France)

Cecilia V. Sanz, Facultad de Informática, Universidad Nacional de La Plata (Argentine)

Covadonga Lorenzo Cueva, Escuela Politécnica Superior, Universidad CEU San Pablo (Spain)

Gabriel Muntean, School of Electronic Engineering, Dublin City University (Ireland)

George Ghinea, Department of Computer Science Brunel University (England)

Iza Marfisi, LIUM Computer Science Lab, Université du Maine (France)

Jean-Marie Gilliot, Département informatique, IMT Atlantique (France)

Jim Playfoot, White Loop Limited (England)

Marilena Bratu, Facultatea de Psihologie și Științele Educației – Universitatea din București (Romania)

Pavol Podhradsky, Institute of Multimedia Information and Communication Technologies, Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology (Slovakia) 



Prospective authors are invited to submit papers in any of the topics listed above. We welcome the following types of contributions:


Short research papers and position papers (up to 4 pages)

Full research papers (up to 8 pages)

All submissions must be written in English and must be formatted according to the template

Papers should be sent by email at

At least one author of each accepted paper is expected to attend the workshop.

Cristina Muntean  and Nour EL Mawas

Nour El Mawas
NEWTON EU H2020 Postdoctoral Researcher
School of Computing, National College of Ireland
Phone: +353 1 6599243


The 3rd International Symposium on Informatics and its Applications (ISIA 2018)
                                               06-07 November 2018
                                  University Mohamed Boudiaf, M’sila, Algeria


Objectives and topics
The third International Symposium on Informatics and its Applications
ISIA 2018 will provide an exciting opportunity for researchers and
practitioners to share ideas and experiences in different topics of
Informatics area and its applications. The Symposium looks for
significant contributions to all major fields of the computer science
in theoretical and practical aspects.

The ISIA 2018 topics include:

·        Track 1: Computational Intelligence and Image Processing
·        Track 2: Information Systems and Databases.
·        Track 3: Information Technology, Networks and Distributed Systems
·        Track 4: Optimization and Operational Research
·        Track 5: Computer Security and Cryptography
·        Track 6: Computer Systems and Applications

Important dates
- Paper submission due (Extended) :   June 30, 2018
- Acceptance notification:  September 16, 2018
- Camera-ready submission:  September 30, 2018
- Conference date:  November 06-07, 2018

We invite researchers and scholars to submit their papers for the
conference to be held on November 6th, 7th 2018. Papers must be
written in English. Authors are kindly invited to submit articles of
up to 6 pages (including figures, tables and references), using the
IEEE standard template

Papers should be submitted electronically as pdf format without author(s) name.

Papers should be sent to the ISIA'2018 EasyChair website:

Only original work will be considered. Hence, authors should make sure
that their submissions do not substantially overlap works that have
been already published or simultaneously submitted to another journal
or conference. Original submissions will be examined thoroughly, and
all accepted papers will be published in the conference proceedings.

Some selected papers will be published in the following journals:

Journal of Information Technology Research (JITR) - (Indexed in Scopus)
Editor-in-Chief: Francisco José García-Peñalvo, University of Salamanca, Spain

Romanian Journal of Mathematics and Computer Science
Editor-in-Chief: George Daniel Mateescu, Bucharest, Romania

Models & Optimization and Mathematical Analysis Journal
Editor-in-Chief: Dr. Mostefa BELARBI, Université de Tiaret, Algérie

Revue de l'Information Scientifique et Technique (RIST)
Editor-in-Chief: Hassina Aliane, CERIST, Algérie

Best regards,
Dr. Lamiche Chaabane
ISIA2018 General Chair

Artificial Intelligence and its Applications (AIAP'2018)



The first edition of the international Conference on Artificial Intelligence and its Applications (AIAP’18) aims to bring together leading academic scientists, international researchers and practitioners to exchange and share their experiences and research results on all aspects of artificial intelligence. It also provides a premier interdisciplinary platform for researchers, practitioners and students to present and discuss the most recent innovations, trends, and concerns as well as practical challenges encountered and solutions adopted in the fields of artificial intelligence. The conference will offer an opportunity to bridge the gap between the artificial intelligence research community and people from the industry or working in other research areas including smart cities, big data,cloud computing, social networks and energy.


Echahid Hamma Lakhdar university, EL-OUED.
PO Box 789
P: (+213) 32-12-07-40
P: (+213) 32-12-07-41

·  Artificial intelligence

·  Smart Buildings and Cities

·  Smart Healthcare

·  Big Data

·  Internet of Things

·  Cloud Computing

·  GIS and Imagery

·  Social Networking

·  Security

·  Energy


Honorary Chairs

·  Pr. Omar Ferhati, Rector of EL-Oued University , Algeria.

·  Pr. Ferhat Rehouma, Dean of Sciences Exacte Facluty, University of El-Oued.

General Chair

·  Lejdel Brahim, University of EL-Oued, Algeria.

Steering Committee

·  Kholladi Mohamed-Khireddine, University of EL-Oued, Algeria.

·  Lejdel Brahim, University of EL-Oued, Algeria.

·  Meftah Mohammed Charaf Eddine , University of EL-Oued, Algeria.

Program Committee Chair

·  Kholladi Mohamed-Khireddine, University of EL-Oued, Algeria.

Program Committee

·  Eliseo Climentini, University of l'aquila, Italy.

·  Robert laurini, INSA of Lyon, France.

·  Okba Kazar, University of Biskra, Algeria.

·  Belgacem Haba, Stanford University, CA.

·  Mahieddine Djoudi, University of Poitiers, France.

·  Ladjel bellatreche, ENSMA , France.

·  Alimazighi Zahia, USTHB, Algiers, Algeria.

·  Lejdel brahim , University of EL-Oued, Algeria.

·  Tari Abd kamel, University of Bejaia, Algeria.

·  Bezaoui Madani, university of Boumerdes, Algeria.

·  Meftah Mohammed Charaf Eddine , University of EL-Oued, Algeria.

·  Khaled Rezeg, University of Biskra, Algeria.

·  Chaalel Yacine, USTHB, Algeria.

·  Cheik Mouadh, Jordan.

·  Dahmani Abd Nacer, Univesity of Tamenraset, Algeria.

·  Aloui Abd Ouahab, University of Bejaia , Algeria.

·  Amroune kamel, University of Bejaia , Algeria.

·  kachadi Mohaned Taher, University of Deblan, Irland.

·  Umber Noreen, UBO, France.

·  Bounceur Ahcene, University of Brest, France.

·  Messi Mohemd lamine, University of Setif, Algeria.

·  Laouid Abd kader, University of EL-Oued, Algeria.

·  Zaiz Faouzi, University of EL-Oued, Algeria.

·  Benaoui Hammadi, University of Biskra, Algeria.

·  Mouad Bouznada, University of Constantine.

·  Belkheir Abd Kader, USTHB, Algeria.

·  Abdkamel Ben Ali, , University of EL-Oued, Algeria.

·  Mounir Beggas, , University of EL-Oued, Algeria.

·  Hamoud Boualem, , University of EL-Oued, Algeria.

Program Committee

·  Saci medileh.

·  Mouatez Nagoudi.

·  Ammar Bouchrit.

·  Sana Gaia Sahar.

·  Brahim Lejdel.

·  Charef Eddine Mefteh.

·  Khaoula Bilila.

·  Messaoud Abbas.

·  Laouid Abd kader.

·  Mouadh Bali.

·  Samir othmani.

·  Mohamed Amine Yakoub.

·  Ismail Kertiou.

·  Nejdoua Kholladi.

·  Abasse Messaoud.

·  Naoui Mohamed Anouar.

·  Chourouk Ghatas.

·  Kadour Gharbi.

·  Khaleifa Abd Nacer.


·  Full paper submission deadline: August 31, 2018 .

·  Author Notification: September 15, 2018.

·  Camera-ready Paper/Registration: October 15, 2018.

·  Conference Dates: December 04-05, 2018.



·  The papers accepted and presented in AIAP'2018 will be published in the conference proceedings.

·  All papers must be original and not simultaneously submitted to another journal or conference.

·  The initial submission for review will be limited between 06 - 08 pages, including references, figures and tables (at least 10pt font, 2-column format).

·  Contributions should be submitted electronically as PDF

·  Using the IEEE conference publishing templates IEEE LaTeX and Microsoft Word templates , as well as formatting instructions, are available online on this website.



All questions about submissions should be emailed to:

Echahid Hamma Lakhdar university, EL-OUED.
PO Box 789
P: (+213) 32-12-07-40
P: (+213) 32-12-07-41

Copyright © El Oued university

8th International Conference on Model and Data Engineering (MEDI 2018)

24-26 October 2018

Marrakesh, Morocco

Important Dates:
-       Full-paper submission: May 14, 2018
-       Acceptance notification: June 25, 2018
-       Early bird registration: July 2, 2018
-       Camera ready: July 9, 2018


Future Generation Computer Systems, Elsevier: (IF: 3.997)
Cluster Computing, Springer: (IF=2.040)


Professor Georg Gottlob, Oxford University, UK
Professor Mohamed Mosbah, Institut Polytechnique de Bordeaux (ENSEIRB-MATMECA), France

The Eight International Conference on Model & Data Engineering (MEDI) will be held from 24 to 26 October 2018 in Marrakesh, Morocco. Its main objective is to provide a forum for the dissemination of research accomplishments and to promote the interaction and collaboration between the models and data research communities. MEDI’2018 provides an international platform for the presentation of research on models and data theory, development of advanced technologies related to models and data and their advanced applications. This international scientific event, initiated by researchers from Euro-Mediterranean countries, aims also at promoting the creation of north-south scientific networks, projects and faculty/student exchanges.


Specific areas of interest to MEDI 2018 include but are not limited to:

Modelling and Models Engineering

-       Modelling languages and related standards
-       Modelling in software and complex system engineering
-       Formal methods, analysis, verification & validation
-       Model-based testing and performance analyses
-       Ontology-based modelling
-       Heterogeneous modelling, model integration, interoperability, model transformation
-       Collaborative modelling and model repositories
-       Models as services and models monitoring
-       Modelling for reuse, dependability and maintainability
-       Models for Big Data & NoSql databases

Data Engineering

-       New models and architectures for databases
-       Heterogeneous data, data Integration, Interoperability
-       Data warehouses, OLAP, data mining and Analytics
-       Extending Data Warehousing Technology
-       Database system Internals, performance analysis, self-tuning benchmarking and testing
-       Database security, personalization, recommendation
-       Web databases, ontology-based databases
-       Service based data management
-       Service oriented applications
-       Urbanization of database applications

Applications and tooling

-       Industry transfer, experiences
-       Applications of modelling for Data Management
-       Modelling tools and experimentation
-       Lessons learned and reports related to models/data engineering

Submission Guidelines and Instructions

Authors are invited to submit English-language research and application papers representing original, previously unpublished work. Duplicate submissions are not allowed. Papers must be submitted as a single PDF document, via the Easychair system ( Submissions must conform to Springer's LNCS style (Latex style only for camera-ready papers) and should not exceed 14 pages. Submitted papers will be carefully evaluated based on originality, significance, technical soundness, and clarity of exposition. The program committee may decide to accept a submission as a short paper if it reports interesting results, but does not justify a publication as a full paper. All accepted papers including short papers will be published in Springer LNCS series. An author of an accepted paper must register to MEDI 2018 in order to have the paper published. Each accepted paper must be presented at the conference by one of the authors.

All accepted papers will be published in Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS) by Springer-Verlag.

General Chairs
-       El Hassan Abdelwahed, University Cadi Ayyad Marrakesh, Morocco
-       Ladjel Bellatreche, ISAE-ENSMA, Poitiers, France

Program Committee Co-Chairs
-       Carlos Ordonez, University of Houston, USA.
-       Matteo Golfarelli, University of Bologna, Italy
-       Dominique Mery, LORIA, Nancy, France

Publicity Chairs
-       Djoudi Mahieddine, Poitiers University, France

PC Members

4th International Conference on Signal, Image, Vision and their Applications, 2018

November 26-27 2018, Guelma – Algeria

The fourth edition of the international Conference on Signal, Image, Vision and their Applications (SIVA’18) aims at gathering international researchers, lecturers, and practitioners within the field of signal and image processing for exchanging experience and discussing future research avenues. The conference will offer an opportunity to bridge the gap between the signal processing research community and people from the industry or working in other research areas including medicine, biology and security. The conference would be a host for an excellent forum to meet and discuss various important issues and aspects on signal and image processing and their applications.

    Similar to previous editions (SIVA’11, SIVA’13, and SIVA’15), SIVA’18 would include a balanced mix of keynote and invited speakers as well as tutorial sessions. The conference program comprises oral presentations and poster sessions. Authors of accepted papers with original contributions would be invited to submit extended versions of their papers to international journals. Proceedings of the conference will be printed with an ISBN and submitted for indexing at major databases including Google Scholar.


The areas of interest include, but not limited to, the following:

  • Biomedical Imaging and signal
    Image filtering and enhancement, image segmentation, pattern recognition and shape analysis, color and multispectral processing, statistical learning, image classification, feature extraction, 2D&3D modelling and processing
  • Multimedia: Compression/Encoding/Indexing/Big data:
    Image/video acquisition systems, Image/video coding and compression, image/video search and retrieval, image/video indexing and retrieval, Watermarking, algorithm-architecture adequacy in image processing
  • Image filtering and restoration
  • Defence, Security , Biometrics & Health
  • Models and Algorithms
  • Audio & Speech
  • Signal Processing for Communications Systems
  • Embedded/HPC for signal and Image
  • Inverse Problems

Location & Social Events:

SIVA’18 is organized and sponsored by PI:MIS Laboratory , the conference will take place at the 8 Mai 1945 University, Guelma city (East of Algeria). A social program will be organized to allow visiting Hammam Meskhoutin and the Roman relics of Calama.

Important Dates:

  • First CFP : April 01, 2018
  • Full paper Submission Deadline : June 30, 2018    
  • Notification of acceptance : July 30, 2018    
  • Camera-ready paper : August 15, 2018    
  • Registration : August 20, 2018

Contact Details :

Phone : +213 (0)7 70 31 00 19
Phone/Fax : +213 (0)37 11 60 06
Email :

Web :

كشف وزير التعليم العالي و البحث العلمي، الطاهر حجار، اليوم الخميس أنه سيتم إنشاء خلال الموسم الجامعي 2018-2019.
مدرسة وطنية جديدة متخصصة في الرقمنة و الذكاء الإقتصادي والصناعي.

و أوضح الوزير خلال رده على سؤال شفوي بمجلس الأمة، أنه “سيتم ابتداءً من السنة القادمة إنشاء مدرسة وطنية جديدة للرقمنة والذكاء الإقتصادي و الصناعي”.
و حسب الوزير، فإنّ الذكاء الإقتصادي يشكل أحد اهتمامات قطاعه لا سيما في مجال الحوكمة و اليقظة الإقتصادية.
لربط الهيئات من حيث فعالية اتخاذ القرار و العمل على تطبيقها بطريقة تسمح ببلوغ الكفاءة في المنظومة ككل.
كما أنّ الذكاء الإقتصادي يضيف الوزير يسمح ببلوغ الإستشراف و بناء
الفعالية الإقتصادية للدولة .

Source Ennahar

Fifth International Symposium on Innovation in Information and Communication Technology (ISIICT 2018)

June 25 - June 26, 2018 , Philadelphia University, Amman, Jordan



  • Submission of Papers: (Extended)25/03/2018
  • Notification of Acceptance: 07/04/2018
  • Final Submission (Camera Ready): 20/04/2018
  • Early Registration Deadline: 15/05/2018

The symposium is intended to serve as a hub to identify emerging research topics, and define the future of Information and Communication Technologies.

The technical program of The ISIICT 2018 will include a Research Track, an Application Track, and a Short Paper Track. Theoretical and technical contributions addressing all areas related to systems, applications and innovations are solicited. Papers on the new generation of Utility Computing, including cloud and edge computing, are particularly welcome. Tutorials and panel discussions on the challenges brought by these technologies will be organised. All submissions will be refereed by at least three members of the Programme Committee.

Symposium Areas

(Not limited to):

  • Cloud Computing
  • Edge Computing
  • Internet of Things (IoT)
  • Big data
  • Data Science
  • Security
  • Adaptive computing
  • Formal methods
  • Performance Evaluation
  • Programming Models
  • Smart cities.

General Chair

Karim Djemame, University of Leeds, UK

Organizing Chair

Mohamed Bettaz, Philadelphia University, Jordan

Organizing Co-Chair

Sunil Kumar Khatri, Amity Institute of Information Technology, India

Coordination Chair

Mourad Maouche, Philadelphia University, Jordan

Chapitre de Livre sur le E-Learning en Algérie - par djoudi le 02/03/2018 @ 18:03

Djoudi M. (2018) Algeria. In: Weber A., Hamlaoui S. (eds) E-Learning in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) Region. pp 1-25, Springer, Cham, DOI : 



Mahieddine Djoudi

TECHNÉ Laboratory, University of Poitiers Poitiers France

Chapter First Online: 


This chapter surveys the development and current state of e-learning in the People’s Democratic Republic of Algeria. The author surveys the general social, economic, historical, and demographic background of Algeria and provides a review of its educational system. Analysis and statistics on the information and communications technology (ICT) infrastructure, usage of ICT in the country, and challenges and barriers to ICT implementation in education, business, and government are also provided. The chapter further explores in detail the major e-learning platforms, initiatives, and projects throughout the country. Information is additionally provided on accreditation, teacher training programs, and the regulatory framework of e-learning. Finally, the author speculates on the future development of e-learning in Algeria. A comprehensive bibliography on e-learning scholarship related to the country, including government reports and websites, appears at the end of the chapter.


Algeria E-learning Web-based learning ICT Internet Education Distance learning 

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5th International Symposium on Modelling and Implementation of Complex Systems


MISC 2018

December 16-18, 2018, Laghouat, Algeria,



1st Call for Papers


We are happy to announce that the MISC laboratory at Constantine 2 University organizes the fifth edition of the symposium MISC'2018 from 16 to 18 December 2018 in the University of Laghouat, Algeria. This symposium is intended as a tradition offering open forum and meeting space for researchers working in the field of complex systems science.

On behalf of the Organizing Committee, it is my pleasure to invite you to participate to this event by submitting your latest research and development results in all areas of complex systems.

All the papers are subject to rigorous peer-review by at least two members of scientific committee or additional reviewers.




All accepted scientific papers will be published in full length in Springer proceedings books series LNNS (Lecture Notes in Networks and Systems).




Tthe University of Laghouat is a growing university located in a beautiful city in southern Algeria located around important tourist sites. Laghouat is the capital city of the Laghouat Province (Wilaya de Laghouat), Algeria, 400 km south of the Algerian capital Algiers in the Atlas Mountains. Nearby, in Hassi R'Mel, there is the largest natural gas reserve in Africa. The city was founded in the 11th Century. The Turks captured Laghouat in 1786 and in 1852, the French took over the city. Since 1962, it is an Algerian province. Laghouat town in Northern Algeria is an oasis on the north edge of the Sahara Desert. The city is known for rug and tapestry weaving. Some sites and monuments: 
rock engravings (El-Ghicha, Hosbain), Kourdane (Tidjani Museum), old Ksours, palm groves and the meteoritic crater of Madna discovered in 1928 which is the second in the world. In addition, Zaouia Tidjania, headquartered in Ain Madhi, continues to receive many followers.




The symposium will have three tracks:

Track 1: Networking and Communication Systems

        Topics:  includes, but not restricted to :             

•   Ad-hoc, sensor and mesh networks

•   New Generation Networks (4G,5G)

•   Smart Grid Networks

•   Mobile social Networks

•   Fog and Cloud Networking

•   Software Defined Networking

•   Green Communications and Networking

•   IoT and M2M Communications

•   Cross-Layer Designs and Communications

•   RFID and NFC Technologies

•   Media Access Technologies

•   Security and Privacy in Wireless Networks

•   Applications and Service Oriented Networking

 Track 2: Software Engineering and Formal Methods

        Topics:  includes, but not restricted to :             

•   Requirements elicitation and specification

•   Software and systems integration

•   Software testing and maintenance

•   Model-driven engineering

•   Software and systems quality

•   Software and information security

•   Service-oriented software engineering

•   Integration of formal methods into software engineering

•   Model transformation

•   Distributed architectures

 Track 3: Soft Computing, Optimization, Routing and Packing

        Topics:  includes, but not restricted to :             

•   Artificial neural networks and cellular automata

•   Artificial intelligence

•   Deep learning and Machine Learning

•   natural language processing

•   Combinatorial/Continuous optimisations

•   Surrogate-based optimisation

•   Multiobjective optimisation

•   Parallel and distributed computing optimisation

•   Heuristics, metaheuristics and compact metaheuristics

•   Logistics : Scheduling, Production Planning, Supply chain management


Important Dates


  -  Submission Deadline: September 10, 2018

  -  Author Notification: October 10, 2018

  -  Camera Ready: October 20, 2018

  -  Symposium days: December 16-18, 2018


Submission format


Authors are invited to submit a full paper by September 10, 2018 (firm deadline). Papers must be in English. Paper submissions should be 15 pages maximum in Springer LNCS format (including text, figures, references and appendices). LNCS templates for LaTeX and MS Word and formatting instructions can be found on:

Papers will be accepted ONLY BY ELECTRONIC SUBMISSION in PDF format. Submission are done via Easychair.



Organization, Program Committees, and other informations


Please refer to the symposium website:



Prof Salim Chikhi

MISC 2018 General chair

University of Constantine2


1ères Rencontres Miro Learning

Les enjeux de l’enseignement à distance pour la Formation tout au long de la vie

18 et 19 juin 2018

à l'Université de Perpignan Via Domitia (France)

Lors de ces Rencontres, une attention particulière sera portée aux pratiques orientées sur l’accompagnement des publics.
Un autre axe à privilégier est celui de l’évaluation.


Conférenciers invités
Patricia Arnault, MNIPES DGESIP
Pierre-André Caron, Université de Lille 1
Jean-Michel Jullien, Unidistance



Deux types de communication seront présentées : des communications orales et des communications affichées (posters).
Communications orales : Il s’agit de présentations orales de recherches originales et non publiées, de partages d’expériences ou de comptes-rendus de pratiques. Elles dureront 20 minutes et seront suivies d’un temps d’échanges de 10 minutes.
Communications affichées : Il s’agit de recherches ou de travaux en cours qui seront discutés de manière informelle pendant une session dédiée.

Modalités de soumission
La langue du colloque est le français.
Les propositions d’environ 900 mots pour les communications orales (hors bibliographie) et 500  mots pour les posters sont à envoyer avant le 21 mars 2018 à l’adresse suivante :
Vous devez envoyer 2 textes, un anonyme pour l’évaluation avec seulement le titre, cinq motsclés et la bibliographie et un comportant en plus les informations suivantes :

  • Nom et prénom de l’auteur / des auteurs ;
  • Le(s) rattachement(s) institutionnel(s) ;
  • La fonction de chaque auteur ;
  • Une adresse courriel ;
  • Une adresse postale ;
  • Un numéro de téléphone.

Elles seront examinées anonymement par deux membres du comité scientifique. Les résultats vous seront communiqués à partir du 30 avril 2018.

Modalités et frais d’inscription
La participation au colloque (communicants et auditeurs) est libre de frais d’inscription, sous réserve de s’inscrire à partir du 26 février 2018 en écrivant à

Publication des actes
Une publication des actes de ces Rencontres est prévue pour novembre 2018, à partir d’une
sélection d’articles issues des communications.


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