EURAS, the European Academy for Standardisation e.V., was founded in Hamburg in 1993 by researchers from various academic fields (e.g. economics, engineering, social sciences, law, and information sciences). The foundation of EURAS was prompted by a common desire to promote and achieve progress in the academic treatment of standardisation, involving the widest possible range of disciplines.
The society's activities focus on :
- promoting Standardisation research.
- a critical evaluation thereof in the interest of scientific education.
- improving opportunities to publish research results.
- supporting the development and professionalization of standards education.
The 27th EURAS Conference will be held at RWTH Aachen University, Germany, from 28-30 June, 2023.
The conference takes place in conjunction with the 12th International Conference on Standardisation and Innovation in Information Technology (SIIT), around the leading theme "(Responsible) Standardisation for Smart Systems".
On the 30th of June, Knut Blind (our Standards Training Academy Chair) will lead the panel on Education about Standardisation to showcase the role of the Academy in supporting the development and professionalisation of standards education and to promote research, education and publication in the field of standardisation.
You can check the complete programme here.
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