The 2016 ISCA Conference in Oman.

An Invitation from Oman

Oman’s vast and divers geography, which includes deserts, mountains and 3,165 kilometers of pristine coastline, is attracting significant interest from tourists' year on year. Visit www.omantourism.gov.om

Majlis al Jinn, which translates to “Meeting Place of the Spirits”, is one of the world's ten largest cave chambers.
On the other hand Oman has a lot to offer in terms of its culture and natural heritage. The rich deeply rooted history of the country had witnessed habitants of different civilizations who lived in this place since the third century BC. The geology of Oman is yet another attraction for visitors to experience through its diverse nature which includes caves, canyons, valleys and lagoons.

Bahla Fort comprises the ruins of a typical Omani military fortress, built by the local Banu Nabhan tribe that ruled between the mid-12th and 15th centuries.
Oman is privileged to host the forthcoming ISCA Conference during 6th – 12th November 2016. We are excited to have all ISCA members attending this important gathering, and to experience the charm of the country and its warm hospitality. It will be a platform for networking and exchanging ideas and learning from each other. Have a look at the conference programme which is full of activities as you can see.