The 1st International Conference on Science and Islamic Studies aims to bring together scholars, researchers, professionals, and practitioners from diverse disciplines to delve into the intricate relationship between science, Islamic civilization, and their collective impact on global transformation. This groundbreaking conference seeks to facilitate profound discussions and exchange of knowledge, shedding light on the historical contributions of Islamic scholars to science and their enduring legacy.

The conference will feature keynote speeches from renowned scholars and experts in the fields of science and Islamic studies. Parallel sessions will include paper presentations, panel discussions, and workshops, providing participants with an opportunity to share their research findings and insights. Additionally, a poster session will allow for engaging visual presentations of cutting-edge research.

Participants will also have the chance to partake in social events and networking opportunities, fostering collaborations and exchanges beyond the conference sessions.

Join us at the 1st International Conference on Science and Islamic Studies, as we embark on a journey to unravel the past, explore the present, and shape the future by understanding the interconnection of science, Islamic civilization, and global transformation.

Key Objectives:

  1. Unraveling Islamic Contributions to Science:

    • Tracing the historical contributions of Islamic scholars in various scientific fields.
    • Analyzing the preservation and dissemination of scientific knowledge during the Islamic Golden Age.
    • Highlighting the pioneering works of Islamic scientists and their influence on modern science.
  2. Harmonizing Science and Islamic Principles:

    • Exploring the compatibility between modern scientific advancements and Islamic principles.
    • Addressing ethical considerations in scientific research from an Islamic perspective.
    • Identifying areas where science and Islamic teachings converge and complement each other.
  3. Fostering Scientific Inquiry and Innovation in Islamic Societies:

    • Encouraging scientific research and development within contemporary Islamic societies.
    • Identifying challenges and opportunities for scientific progress in Islamic countries.
    • Promoting cross-cultural collaborations in scientific endeavors between Islamic and non-Islamic regions.
  4. Understanding the Impact of Science and Islamic Civilization on Global Transformation:

    • Examining the historical impact of Islamic civilization on global knowledge exchange and transformation.
    • Investigating how science can contribute to addressing global challenges, including social, environmental, and economic issues.
    • Assessing the potential role of Islamic teachings in promoting global harmony, sustainability, and ethical decision-making.


Program Pascasarjana, Universitas Islam Negeri Alauddin Makassar

Office Address:
Jln. H. M. Yasin Limpo No. 36 Romangpolong, Samata, Kabupaten Gowa, Sulawesi Selatan

ISSN:  3024-9058 (Online - Elektronik)

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