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The first time an online conferencing technology was used to fully replace a face-to-face conference was with the Convibra Business Online Conference in 2004, an initiative involving a group of Universities for an independent event. They had found a way to facilitate digital interaction among a larger group that shared a common interest but were unable to travel to physically meet under the same roof.
Several editions later, the event has become a tradition and has attracted researchers from many countries. Its appeal initially comes from the low cost, the democratization of access and its simplicity of use. In previous years, another important effect had to do with environmental responsibility, evidenced by reducing the need for flights, which meant a significant reduction in CO2 emissions in the atmosphere.
The platform has evolved since the first online event and today serves several other national and global conferences in different areas helping researchers to discover, develop, and spread knowledge effectively.
Recently, this concept implemented by Convibra is paving the way for extensive future integration. Science is becoming more accessible, interactive, and taking advantage of crowdsourcing and collective intelligence in its search for answers.
The concept has been shared by individuals and institutions, both public and private, in various areas and industries. This openness to diversity, the focus on inclusion and interaction, and the innovative technology are the fuel to keep the event growing to reach its main objective, which is to approximate every researcher in the world aiming for similar objectives.
If you are interested in participating and collaborating in the academic, financial, or institutional sectors, please contact us through this email address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
How it works
How it works
Showing papers, discussing research studies, getting feedback, and finding inspiration for new projects are some of the objectives that researchers, various professionals, and students look for when they attend conferences. However, that is not always possible.
Attending international events is a natural expense in a variety of ways and requires being away from daily activities. Nevertheless, for our thousands of delegates this reality is different. The conferences are virtual and take place at their homes or institutions, with no need for transportation or housing, which makes them less expensive in terms of money, time, and environmental resources.
With Convibra, for more than 10 years, conferences have been happening entirely in a collaborative online platform. It combines a community of innovators that use collective intelligence and crowd-sourcing to promote interactions. It is made by all and is for all.
The authors submit their papers to a committee that will evaluate them using a double blind review system, meaning that both the authors and the reviewers are kept confidential. Thus, the information on committee members will be released only after completion of the assessment.
Authors whose submitted works are approved will be invited to share their presentation, usually a Power Point, in virtual conference rooms during the event sessions.
Presentations and debates take place over the Internet with instant messaging, as well as video and audio features, which enables full interactivity among participants. The papers are available on the website prior to the event.
Delegates have access to all of the conference rooms and receive certifications of presentation and publication.
Even after the event, the visibility of authors and papers remains high, because it is not limited to the conference environment. Along with an impressive history, it is among the three largest online conferences around the world, Convibra created vast connections that enable authors and papers to have a good ranking in both direct visits and in visits through search engines.
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All submitted papers will be available in the Site, but before approved, they will be restricted with login access for its authors, reviewers and the staff of Convibra. However searching engines like Google may find the papers in our servers and make it available even if does not exist any link for them in Convibra. Once approved, papers will be available for any user and will be published in the proccedings of the event.
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