IPMA 11th Research Conference in Nanjing, China, has come to an end
Over 400 registered participants had a chance today to discuss and exchange during Sunday’s events of the 11tg Research Conference.
The 11th IPMA Research Conference wrapped up on Sunday, April 23rd, with a full day of presentations and forums. The day started with a paper presentation sessions featuring the winners of the IPMA Research Awards, who shared their insights and findings on project management.
Meanwhile, the World Water Valley Forum discussed the Research and practice of large-scale engineering project management.
Other highlights of the day included the Meeting with Editor-in-Chief and PhD student forum, Research and Practice Forum on Urban Sustainable Development Projects, Overseas China Forum on the “Belt and Road” projects, and the Project Manager Excellence and Corporate Growth Forum.The Research and Practice Forum on Urban Sustainable Development Projects also provided valuable insights and knowledge sharing.
The day concluded with the Closing Ceremony and a dinner at the Huju Hall, where the attendees had the opportunity to network and reflect on the insights gained throughout the conference.
The Best Paper Awards of the 11th IPMA Research Conference on Project Management 2023 were handed to Sara Bossi (Italy) and Je Gao (China).
During the Closing Ceremony outstanding organisations were distinguished: University of Science and Technology Bejing, Hohai University and Aihua International Education Technology Group.
The representatives of IPMA and PMRC thanked all the guests and participants.
IPMA 11th Research Conference in figures:
- 1 IPMA Global Awards Gala
- 3 days of the meetings and speeches by distinguished Keynote Speakers
- 3 social events
- 6 Keynote speakers
- 7 roundtables and pannels
- 400 registered attendees
We received 37 papers from 9 countries in Asia, Europe, Australia and Africa, including: China, South Korea, Tailand, UK, Serbia, Russia, Italy, Australia, Ukraine, Nigeria. Unfortunately, due to the pandemic control and other reasons, some authors were unable to make their presentation on site. Over the past two days, we shared 29 excellent presentations from 29 authors in 6 sessions.