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The Fourth International Conference On Energy, Water and Environment Science (ICEWES) 2015

Date:   Dec 15 to Dec 17, 2015

Location: Al Hamra Convention Center, Hilton Al Hamra Beach & Golf Resort


The International Conference on Energy, Water and Environmental Sciences (ICEWES) is endorsed by an International Canadian Association for Sharing Knowledge and Sustainability (IASKS), and will be held in Ras Al Khaimah, UAE, in December 15-17. The goal of the ICEWES is to bring together researchers and scientists with interests in energy, water and environmental related issues to address recent research results and to present and discuss their ideas, theories, technologies, systems, tools, applications, work in progress and experiences. The ICEWES program will include guest speakers, peer reviewed technical program, demos, short papers, posters and invited sessions on the same or related topics, industrial presentations, and exhibitions around but not limited to the following topics:

– Agricultural contamination
– Air pollution policy
– Air quality management
– Bioaccumulation
– Biomass and bio diesel systems
– Carbon capture
– Clean Energy
– Climate change
– Combustion and gasification
– Decarbonization
– Desalination
– Ecosystem Restoration
– Emerging technologies for water treatment
– Energy Analysis and Modeling
– Energy conservation
– Energy efficiency
– Energy generation
– Energy Management
– Environment development
– Environmental monitoring
– Environmental protection
– Environmental sensing
– Environmental toxicology
– Geothermal energy
– Green technology
– Groundwater and aquifer issues
– Hydrogen energy
– Lakes and rivers
– Low cost technologies
– Low cost technologies
– Nanotechnologies for Energy
– Novel techniques for water treatment
– Oil spills
– Photovoltaic Energy
– Pollution prevention
– Primary energy resources
– Regional and global studies
– Remediation
– Socio-economic aspect of energy
– Solar and wind energy
– Sustainability
– Sustainable energy management
– Thermodynamics of Ecosystems
– Waste to energy
– Wastewater management
– Wastewater treatment
– Water management
– Water resources
– Water reuse

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