The 15th International Conference on Environmental Science and Technology has planned a special session on Environmental Odour

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CEST2017   The environmental odour is a growing issue that is embracing more and more European and Asian scholars, companies, professionals, researchers and administrators. That is why the organization of the 15th International Conference on Environmental Science and Technology (CEST2017), that will be held from 31st August to 2nd September 2017 in the beautiful island of Rhodes (Greece), has planned a special session on Odours.

   For the very first time, the International Conference on Environmental Science and Technology (CEST2017) has considered to schedule a special session on Environmental Odours. For this reason, the organizing committee is looking for keynotes and/or invited speakers experts in this field. If you are interested in participate in this conference and help to spread the importance of the Odour Management in the Environment, please contact with Professor Vincenzo Naddeo.

   The International Conference on Environmental Science and Technology is one of the worldwide leading environmental conferences. This biennial conference brings together engineers, scientists, researchers, students, managers and other professionals in order to address and discuss emerging environmental issues. The conference is organized by the Analysis and Simulation of Environmental Systems Research Group (ASES) University of the Aegean (Greece), together with the Sanitary Environmental Engineering Division (SEED) of the University of Salerno (Italy), the Global Network on Environmental Science and Technology (GNEST) and the Faculty of Natural Sciences of the Imperial College of London (UK).

   As mentioned above, during the next edition of the conference a special session on Environmental Odour will be scheduled. At this stage, there is a group that is involved in collecting all the proposals to develop this special session and they have asked to the scientific community for materials and presentations for this session. Both Vinzenzo Naddeo and Tiziano Zarra will be very happy to assist you. Contact them here.

   The papers presented in CEST2017, will be submitted in the collaborating ISI journals (Journal of Hazardous Materials,Journal of Environmental Chemical Engineering,Waste and Biomass Valorization, European Water,European Journal of Environmental Sciences,Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology, Global NEST Journal) for inclusion in special issues after a normal peer review process.

   For more info about his conference, check the CEST2017 website here.

 


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