Global civil society activity in Gliwice, Poland
From UIA's International Meetings Statistics Report
Gliwice is ranked #1562 over a 20 year period,
with 8 meetings since 2001.
2021Gliwice is ranked #1030 in 2021, with 0 meetings.
Organizations based in GliwiceInternational Bureau of Mining Thermophysics Est. 1977
Past Events in Gliwice
2013 European Coal Conference – European Coal Geology Group
2010 ICEE : international conference on engineering education – International Network for Engineering Education and Research
2005 ICEE : international conference on engineering education – International Network for Engineering Education and Research
2005 Biennial plenary meeting – International Bureau of Mining Thermophysics
2004 Annual Workshop – International Network of Mechatronics Universities
2003 International symposium on methods of artificial intelligence – European Committee on Computational Methods in Applied Sciences
2003 International conference on teaching teachers to teach through technology – British Council
2002 International symposium on methods of artificial intelligence
2001 International symposium on methods of artificial intelligence
2000 International symposium on methods of artificial intelligence
2000 Biennial plenary meeting – International Bureau of Mining Thermophysics
1999 Congress / Conference – Christian Esperanto International Association
1999 General Assembly – European Federation for Welding, Joining and Cutting
1995 Conference – International Committee on Automation of Mines and Quarries
1992 International conference on non-toxic mineral waste disposal systems in mines
1992 Annual Meeting – Society of Mining Professors
1986 International conference on reliability and durability of machines and machinery systems in mining – Silesian Technical University, Poland
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