The Islamic Golden Age of Science for actual knowledge-based society. The Ibn Al-Haytham example.

Sep 14.

The Ibn Al-Haytham conference focuses on scientific and intellectual accomplishments of the Islamic civilization in its Golden Age (VIII-XVth century) and the impact it had on the future of human civilizations across the world. Accomplishments include the study of optics, astronomy, physics, mathematics, life sciences, artistic disciplines and philosophy. Renowned experts in their fields of competence will be invited to the conference to engage world leaders and the public with fascinating insights into an era of ground-breaking discoveries and innovations by Arab and Muslim scientists, as well as by cultural experts.

Contact
Mr. Maciej Nalecz, m.nalecz@unesco.org
Date
September 14, 20152015-09-14T10:35:00
Location
UNESCO HQs, Paris, France
URL
http://en.unesco.org/ibn_al-haytham