SCIENTIFIC SESSIONS


  • Session 1: Fuels and Energy policies

    Environment meeting 2020 will enable all research in the technical area in the disciplines of chemistry and chemical engineering This includes research directed at the formation of, exploration for, and production of fossil fuels and biomass; the properties and structure or molecular composition of both raw fuels and refined products; the chemistry involved in the processing and utilization of fuels; fuel cells and their applications; and the analytical and instrumental techniques used in investigations of the foregoing areas.


  • Session 2: Renewable Energy

    The Environment 2020 event is intended to promote and disseminate knowledge on the various topics and technologies of renewable energy systems and components. The Environment event 2020 is planned to serve researchers, engineers, economists, manufacturers, NGOs, associations, and societies to help them keep abreast of new developments in their specialist fields and to apply alternative energy solutions to current practices.


  • Session 3: Solar Energy Materials and Solar cells

    Environment 2020 conference is intended as a platform for the dissemination of research results on materials science and technology related photovoltaic, photothermal and electrochemical solar energy conversion. Materials science is taken in the broadest possible sense and encompasses physics, chemistry, optics, materials fabrication and analysis for all types of materials. Abstracts are invited on the topics like Solar Cells, covering single crystal, polycrystalline and amorphous materials utilizing homojunction and heterojunctions, Schottky barriers, liquid junctions, and their applications.

  • Session 4: Renewable & Sustainable Energy 

    The mission of Environment 2020 is to communicate and provide a platform for the most interesting and relevant critical thinking in renewable and sustainable energy to bring together the research community, the private sector and policy, and decision makers. Abstracts are invited on the following topics like Energy resources, Energy applications, Energy Utilization, Socio-economic Aspects, and sustainable goals. 


  • Session 5: Climate Change

    Environment 2020 event provides a forum for discussion among leading experts through the sharing of opinion, analysis, and research. Environment 2020 Event will also highlight the most important developments in the field. Abstracts are invited on various topics like Adaptation, Anthropology, Atmospheric science, Biochemistry, Communication, Cryospheric science, Ecology, Economics, Energy, Ethics, Geography, Health, Hydrology, Impacts and vulnerability, Mitigation, Modelling, Oceanography, Palaeoclimate, Philosophy, Policy and governance, Political science, Psychology, and Sociology. 


  • Session 6: Ecology

    Environment 2020 will have discussions on all aspects of the ecology of plants (including algae), in both aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems.   Environment 2020 conference aims to bring important work using an ecological approach to a wide international audience. The abstracts presented must transcend the limits of case studies. Both experimental and theoretical studies are accepted, as are descriptive or historical accounts, although these must offer insights into issues of general interest to ecologists. Abstracts are accepted from cultivated plants and agricultural ecosystems studies of plant communities, populations or individual species are accepted, as well as studies of the interactions between plants and animals, fungi or bacteria


  • Session 7: Energy and environment

    Environment 2020 summit invites talks on the energy policy, natural science and engineering. The conference would have discussions on the rapidly evolving social and environmental impacts of energy supply, transport, production, and use at all levels require a contribution from many disciplines if the policy is to be effective. In particular Energy summit 2020 invite abstracts from the study of policy delivery, ultimately more important than policy formation.


  • Session 8: Environmental Engineering

    The Environment 2020 meeting would cover interdisciplinary aspects of the research and practice in environmental engineering, systems engineering, and sanitation. Abstracts are invited on design, development of engineering methods, management, governmental policies, and societal impacts of wastewater collection and treatment; the fate and transport of contaminants on watersheds, in surface waters, in groundwater, in soil, and in the atmosphere; environmental biology, microbiology, chemistry, fluid mechanics, and physical processes treatment, management, and control of hazardous wastes; control and monitoring of air pollution and acid deposition; air shed management; and design and management of solid waste facilities.


  • Session 9: Environmental Research

    The Environmental 2020 conference will be focusing on the impact of chemicals and microbiological pollutants on human health. Both in vivo and in vitro studies, focused on defining the etiology of environmentally induced illness and to increase understanding of the mechanisms by which environmental agents cause diseases. Abstracts are invited on the topics like effects of global warming/climate change on the environment and public health, as well as those focused on the effects of anthropogenic activities on climate change. The discussion may also extend to the various topics such as Air purification and air quality management, Air, soil, and water pollutants and health Biomonitoring and adverse human health effects, Environmental and occupational medicine,  Environmental epidemiology, Environmental material engineering, Environmental microbiology,  Environmental Toxicology, Environmental transport and fate of pollutants, Environmental treatment with novel functional materials, Global warming/climate change, Material–environment interface, Nanomaterials in the environment and nanotoxicology, Risk analysis, risk assessment and risk management, and public health, Waste treatment and disposal, Water and wastewater management, and sewage


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