Papers are welcomed in any field of research relevant to the subject of sustainable Islamic studies, Islamic science and civilization that may include, but not limited to the following subthemes:

  • Islamic civilization and history
  • Islamic science
  • Islamic education
  • Islamic studies
  • Islamic ethics
  • Islamic philosophy
  • Islamic concept of green technology
  • Sustainable society
  • Environmental protection
  • Civilizational dialogue
  • Language and translation
  • Arts, culture and society
  • Ethics, civic and politics
  • Social science and humanities
  • Conflict management
  • World peace
  • Muslim minority
  • Human development
  • Islamic finance
  • Islamic economics

This seminar will be conducted in plenary sessions with hope that it will provide the platform for an exchange of views, experiences, and sharing of ideas particularly in the fields covered by the conference themes.