3rd International Conference on Research Frontiers in Chalcogen Cycle Science & Technology, (G16)

Organization: UNECSO-IHE

Venue: UNESCO-IHE

Location: Delft, Netherlands

Event Date/Time: May 27, 2013 End Date/Time: May 28, 2013
Abstract Submission Date: Feb 28, 2013
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Description

The 3rd International Conference on Research Frontiers in Chalcogen Cycle Science & Technology, to be held in UNESCO-IHE, Delft, The Netherlands, from May 27-28th, 2013 is organized by the Pollution Prevention and Resource Recovery (PPRR) core, from the Department of Environmental Engineering and Water Technology (EEWT), UNESCO-IHE. The conference aims to provide an international forum to update the graduate and doctoral students, practicing engineers, researchers and scientists from academic, industry and research institutes, the recent developments, new research results and a wide-array of innovative applications relevant to Chalcogen chemistry, Chalcogen Cycle and Chalcogen technology. We welcome both oral and poster contributions in specific gist areas of Chalcogen-based research, that includes the following themes: novel (bio)conversions of chalcogen and metals, chalcogen-metal interactions, analytical techniques, (bio)reactor systems, speciation of chalcogen, production of chalcogen nanoparticles, role of metals in biodegradation, and other emerging research areas for application. Special emphasis will also be placed on novel innovations (physical, chemical and biological based innovations) in Chalcogen research that has a foreseeable impact on preserving/restoring the natural environment. The full registration fee for the conference is 100 Euros (Before May 1, 2013). Selected full-papers from the conference will be published as a special issue in one of the leading Elsevier journals. We are confident that you will find this G16 conference informative and enjoyable, and that you will have a great stay in The Netherlands.

Venue

UNESCO-IHE
Westvest 7
Delft
Netherlands
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Organizations

UNECSO-IHE