Conference on the Application of Esperanto in Science and Technology

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Conference on the Application of Esperanto in Science and Technology
KAEST emblemo.jpg
KAEST 2010 prelego Maradan.jpg
Mélanie Maradan's talk on terminology during KAEST 2010
Status active
Genre Esperanto, science and technology
Frequency biennial
Country Czechoslovakia (1978–1989), Czech Republic (1998–2008), Slovakia (2010–present)
Years active Since 1978
Inaugurated 1978
Most recent 2012
Organised by E@I (since 2010)
Website
kaest.ikso.net

The Conference on the Application of Esperanto in Science and Technology (Esperanto: Konferenco pri Aplikoj de Esperanto en Scienco kaj Tekniko, KAEST) is a biennial conference on the application of the international language Esperanto in science and technology.

The conference first took place in 1978 in Czechoslovakia. Following the dissolution of Czechoslovakia, it first remained in the Czech Republic, until it was transferred in 2010 to Slovakia, where it is currently being organized by the nonprofit organization E@I. Latest KAEST took place in Modra, Slovakia, from the 15th to 18 November 2012.[1] It included a Wikipedia workshop aimed at both beginners and advanced users, organized in cooperation with Wikimedia Slovakia.[1] Upcoming KAEST will take place from the 13th to 16 November 2014 also in Modra, with this year's topic being "Archives and libraries – how to protect and keep our heritage".[2]

Past and scheduled conferences[edit]

  1. AEST 1978, Žilina: (no specific topic)
  2. SAEST 1980, Ústí nad Labem: The environment today and tomorrow. Problems of specialist language and translation
  3. AEST 1981, Žilina: Application of computers
  4. SAEST 1982, České Budějovice: Energy – the global problem. Problems of specialist language and translation
  5. SAEST 1984, Brno: Perspectives of global food production. Problems of specialist language and translation
  6. AEST 1988, Poprad: Rationalization in science and technology
  7. SAEST 1989, Strážnice: Rail transportation
  8. KAEST 1998, Praha: Modern maens of communication. Terminological problems
  9. KAEST 2000, Praha: Specialist applications of Esperanto. Economy on the threshold of the third millennium
  10. KAEST 2002 (8–10 November), Dobřichovice: Specialist studies in Esperanto. Electronic resources.
  11. KAEST 2004, Dobřichovice: Talking Esperanto in science and talking sciences in Esperanto
  12. KAEST 2006, Dobřichovice: The language and the Internet and other studies
  13. KAEST 2008, Dobřichovice: (no specific topic)
  14. KAEST 2010 (18–21 November), Modra: Modern technologies for Esperanto
  15. KAEST 2012 (15–18 November), Modra: Modern educational methods and technologies
  16. KAEST 2014 (13–16 November), Modra: Archives and libraries — how to protect and keep our heritage

Literature[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "KAEST 2012" (in Esperanto). Retrieved 2014-06-01. 
  2. ^ "KAEST 2014" (in Esperanto). Retrieved 2014-06-01. 

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