Sunday, January 5, 2014

Event - International Conference on Water, Informatics, Sustainability and Environment: iWISE 2014

The “International Conference on Water, Informatics, Sustainability and Environment: iWISE 2014” will be held on August 26 - 28, 2014 at Canadian Museum of Civilization, Gatineau-Ottawa Canada.

The main aim of iWISE 2014 is to integrate research, technology and expertise in fields of water, informatics, sustainability and environment. This will be complemented through focused workshops and panel discussions on important and timely topics to allow for a lively exchange of ideas as well as contributions from highly selective keynote speakers from well-known leaders in the field.

iWISE 2014 provides opportunities for scientists, practitioners and leaders from around the world to share their knowledge, skills and expertise in, but are not limited to: climate change, sustainable land use and eco-cities, integrated resources management, green economy, cleaner production, disaster management, environmental education, water research,etc.

The conference main themes will include, but not limited to:

WATER:

Desalination Technology Fresh Water System Groundwater in Arid Region Hydrogeochemistry Hydroelectric Power Hydrology Marine and Coastal System Ocean Energy Wastewater Treatment and Management Water Economics Water Policies and Legislations Water Resources Management

INFORMATICS:

Bioinforamitcs Ecoinformatics Geoinformatics Geographic Information Systems Geoecolgy Numerical Modeling Radar Technology Remote Sensing

SUSTAINABILITY:

Biofuels and Biopower Eco-Efficiency Eco-Labeling and Packaging E-Wastes Geothermal Energy Global Warming and Climate Change Green Building and Eco-Cities Green Engineering Green Growth Local, Regional and Global Sustainability Energy Management Risk Assessment and Risk Management Solar Energy Sustainable Economics Sustainable Practices Sustainable Supply Chain Sustainable Use of Natural Resources Sustainable Transportation Planning Urban Sustainability Wind Energy

ENVIRONMENT:

Air Quality Agriculture and Forestry Atmospheric Science and Meteorology Aquatic Ecosystem Biodiversity and Ecosystem Biological Resources Bioscience Carbon Capture and Storage Desertification Environmental Dynamics and Restoration Environmental Ethics Environmental Health and Hazards Environmental Impact Assessment Environmental Impact of Fossil Fuels Environmental Legislation Environmental Management System Environmental Monitoring Environmental Plans and Policies Environmental Science and Technology Hazardous Substances and Detection Techniques Human Geography Humans-Environment Interaction Industrial Ecology Industrial Wastes Minimization Natural Resources Management Pollution Control and Reduction Reduce, Recycling and Reuse Of Materials Soil Degradation Waste Management

iWISE2014 has Prof. Farouk El-Baz as the honorary Chairman of the Conference. Prof. El-Baz is the Director of the Center for Remote Sensing at Boston University and the principal Investigator of the Earth Observations and Photography Experiment on NASA's Apollo-Soyuz Test Project (ASTP). iWISE2014 is also co-chaired by Dr. Antje Danielson the director of the Institute of Environment at Tufts University.

Paper Submission Due Dates:
Deadline for Abstract Submission: April 1, 2014
Full Paper Submission: June 26, 2014

For more information to submit a paper or to register click here.

© 2013, Richard Matthews. All rights reserved. 

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