Sponsors & exhibitors

Conference sponsors


Oracle Academy

The Oracle Academy helps more than 2.5 million students in 102 countries gain the computer science skills they need to succeed in their chosen careers. Oracle Academy works with Ministries of Education, education authorities, governments and educational institutions worldwide to provide computer science curriculum, resources and teacher/faculty training that are truly fit for purpose in today's digital era.

Website: academy.oracle.com



Conference exhibitors


Teach Now

The TEACH-NOW program philosophy is to "learn in the way you plan to teach."  In keeping with this philosophy, we utilize state-of-the-art curriculum for the preparation of post-baccalaureate candidates who have  passion for teaching tomorrow's students in tomorrow's learning world.  The learning experience combines in-classroom practice teaching, leading to a teaching license for those who choose that option.

Website: www.teach-now.com


StrikePlagiarism.com

Plagiat.pl (of which StrikePlagiarism.com is the international brand name) was established in June 2002. The company aimed to support academic teachers, struggling with the plague of plagiarism at universities. As of 2016, Plagiat.pl provides a wide spectrum of services and cooperates not only with universities, but also with high schools, publishing houses, website owners and individual clients. It is the leader of the markets of Poland and Romania, and, with the StrikePlagiarism.com brand, is active in Kazakhstan, Azerbaijan, Ukraine, Moldova, Germany and Colombia.

Website: StrikePlagiarism.com



Seeingnano

The SeeingNano Project is creating Novel Visualisation Tools for Enhanced Nanotechnology Awareness to provide the public with an ability to ‘seeing at the nanoscale’, and an understanding and awareness for the breadth of nanotechnologies, and the uncertainties and potential risks connected to them.
SeeingNano is following a coordinated collaborative approach conducted by leading experts in the relevant fields: target audiences are scrutinised by the consortium’s socio-economic sciences and humanities experts, who – in collaboration with the state-of-the-art information and visualisation partners – elaborate and agree on the most appropriate toolset. The scientific and technical content is provided by experts from the nanotechnology research community in collaboration with experts from risk-communication and nanotoxicology.

Website: www.seeingnano.eu