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ICEEE 2015 : XIII International Conference on Energy and Environmental Engineering

Start Date : 2015/10/08

Termination date : 2015/10/09

City : Osaka

Country : JAPAN

Website : ‎http://www.waset.org/conference/2015/10/osaka/ICEEE

Description : The ICEEE 2015 : XIII International Conference on Energy and Environmental Engineering is the premier interdisciplinary forum for the presentation of new advances and research results in the fields of Energy and Environmental Engineering. The conference will bring together leading academic scientists, researchers and scholars in the domain of interest from around the world. Topics of interest for submission include, but are not limited to: • Energy and Environment • Ecology and Biodiversity Conservation • Environmental Pollution & Management • Renewable Energy Sources • Energy Policy, Planning & Management • Climate Change and Global Warming • Environmental Hydraulics • Sustainable Development • Remote Sensing and Environment • Environmental Ergonomics • Computational Techniques • Air pollution from mobile and stationary sources • Climate change • Noise and acoustics • Electromagnetic waves and telecommunication • Hazardous waste and waste treatment • Industrial waste treatment • Water pollution and treatment • Solid waste management • Environmental management systems • Air pollution control and equipment • Pollution prevention in industry • Renewable Energy • Solar electricity and PV applications • Solar cell technology, Solar cell materials, testing and efficiency • Nanotechnology applications to RE • Solar thermal applications • Wind energy • Hydroelectric, geothermal, tides and waves • Biogas and biomass • Hybrid energy systems • Integrated energy systems • Rural electrification • Regional issues, economics and policy • Advanced Energy Technologies • Nuclear Energy: Fission and Fusion • Nuclear Energy Application: Power Generation, Desalination • Nuclear Materials and Fuels • Energy From the Space, Dark Energy • Fuels and Combustion • Emissions from ICE and their control • Alternative fuels • NG as fuel for rural transportation • Hydrogen and fuel cells • Hybrid and electric vehicles • Bio-diesel fuels • Fuel additives