The 2nd International Exergy, Energy and Environment Symposium (IEEES2), 3 - 7 July, 2005, KOS - GRE (IEEES2-2005)

Venue: Kos International Convention Centre (KICC)

Location: KOS, GREECE, Greece

Event Date/Time: Jul 03, 2005 End Date/Time: Jul 07, 2005
Registration Date: Jul 03, 2005
Early Registration Date: May 30, 2005
Abstract Submission Date: Jan 15, 2005
Paper Submission Date: Apr 15, 2005
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Symposium Objectives
The 2nd International Exergy, Energy and Environment Symposium (IEEES2) will provide a multidisciplinary forum for researchers, scientists, engineers and practitioners from all over the world to exchange information, to present high-quality research results and new developments in the wide domain covered by exergy, energy and the environment, and discuss the future direction and priorities in the field.
 Invited Keynote Papers
 Technical Papers
 Book and Product Exhibition
 Awareness Week Activities
 Short Courses on Specific Topics
The Symposium will be held at five star Kipriotis Hotels at Kos, Greece. Kos, the birthplace of Hippocrates, the father of medicine (460 B.C.), is a beautiful Greek island. Located in the southeastern part of the Aegean Sea, it is the third largest island of the Dodecanese islands. The gentle climate of Kos, among the finest in the Mediterranean, is the primary reason for the island’s abundant green and other physical charms. Many have called it “Garden of the Aegean”. Kos can be accessed by airplane from several major European airports as well as from Athens (flight time from Athens is approximately 35 minutes) or by ferryboat (from the port of Piraeus with Fast Ferries approximately 6.5 hours). Kos is close to Rhodes (2 hours with Flying Dolphins) and about 40 minutes from the Turkish coast.
The format of the IEEES2 will be arranged with the following major elements as general papers presented in oral sessions, keynote papers by invited speakers, and panel sessions on special topics and posters. Also, there will be book exhibition, social events and tours.
All papers will be reviewed under the direction of the International Advisory Committee. All accepted papers, in English, will only be published in the Proceedings of the Symposium which will be available during the Symposium and included in the registration package.
Journal Papers
High-quality papers of archival value will be considered for publication in various internationally reputable journals (International Journal of Exergy, International Journal of Energy Research, International Journal of Green Energy, International Journal of Environment and Pollution, Environment and Sustainable Development-An international Journal, International Journal of Sustainable Development, Energy Sources).
Abstract Submission
Initial screening will be based on the abstracts, and authors should submit 300-500-word abstracts. Each abstract should contain the title of paper (Times New Roman 16 pt, upper and lower case letters), name of authors and affiliations and complete addresses (along with the phone and fax numbers and e-mail addresses), and summarize the content of the work, objectives and main findings. Please note that all abstracts should be submitted by e-mail only. Abstracts should be written using Times New Roman 12 pt or equivalent.
Symposium topics
Papers on related topics such as exergy (e.g. exergy analysis, entropy generation minimization and thermoeconomics), energy and the environment, not only in engineering but also in all other disciplines (e.g. physics, chemistry, biology, ecology, economics and management). Also, welcome are studies devoted to method, modeling, theory, computational simulation, design, experiment, and measurement. Some key areas of IEEES2 include but not limited to:
 Bio-thermal and engineering applications
 Combustion
 Crystal growth
 Energy analysis
 Energy conservation
 Energy generation minimization
 Entropy generation minimization
 Environmental impact
 Exergoeconomics and Thermoeconomics
 Exergy accounting
 Exergy analysis
 Exergy, energy and environmental modeling
 Fuels and alternatives
 Heat and mass transfer
 Heat exchangers
 Heat pumps systems and refrigeration
 Hydrogen production
 Life cycle assessment (LCA)
 Industrial ecology
 New and clean energy technologies
 Renewable energy
 Process optimization
 Refrigeration and heat pumps systems and applications
 Sectorial energy and exergy utilization
 Sustainable development
 Thermal systems and applications
 Thermodynamic optimization
 Thermodynamics
 Waste exergy emissions
 Waste management
Cooperating Institutions
 Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (AUTH), Greece
 Clean Energy Research Center (CERC), USA
 European Association for Bioeconomics Studies (EABS)
 EGE University, Izmir, Turkey
 Hellenic Society of Chemical Engineers
 Inderscience Publishing LTD, USA
 International Association for Hydrogen Energy, USA
 National Technical University of Athens (NTUA), Greece
 University of Aegean,Greece
 University of Ontario Institute of Technology, Canada