Industry – Sustainable Energy and Environmental Protection (iSEEP) in collaboration with the International Conference on Sustainable Energy and Environmental Protection.
Date & Venue
30th, 31st March and 1st April 2020, Venue: C11 Cyber Security and Digital Innovation Centre, Gloucestershire Science and Technology Park, Berkeley, Gloucestershire
The iSEEP conference is a new forum under the umbrella of the International Conference on Sustainable Energy & Environmental Protection. This new forum aims to bring together industry and academia to present the state of the art in current research, applied research, and technologies at all stages of readiness. The conference aims to add further contribution for both researchers and practitioners around the world to present papers on recent developments in the fields of Sustainable Energy and Environmental Protection. The organising committee of the conference invites papers from researchers and practitioners from academia and industry. They will also consider a limited number of papers from younger students or “Young Pioneers” (aged 14+) who have an interest and are studying within the scope of the conference subjects.
Young Pioneers Scope
As Young Pioneers of sustainability we are particularly interested in your ideas that will support developing a more sustainable world, particularly those ideas that can be applied to Industry. The organising committee are particularly interested in papers that help to address one or more of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals and in particular Goal 9: Build resilient infrastructure, promote sustainable industrialization and foster innovation.
The conference particularly welcomes papers related to industrial based projects. Papers dealing with one or more of the following topics will be considered for the conference:
Biomass Conversion, Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Technology, Hydrogen Economic & Investments, Photovoltaic Technology, Solar Thermal Applications, Marine/Ocean Energy, Wind Energy & Applications, Technical Developments in Vehicles, Engines and Equipment, Fuelling Technology (EV, Diesel, CNG, LPG), Modelling and Simulation, New Concepts including LNG, Biogas, Hydrogen, Electrical & Hybrid Drive Systems, Energy Storage, Supercapacitors and Applications, Smart/hybrid Power Networks, Policies & Regulations, Codes & Standards, Economic Aspects, Road Management, Marketing Strategies, Environment Management, Environmental Issues including: Air Pollution, water and Water Management, Waste Management, Climate Change, Health and Environment, Customer and Society Satisfaction, Materials and Fuel Developments, Including: Nano-technologies, Light weight structures, Bio-composite materials, Fuel Cell Materials, Membranes, Sensor Technologies, Combustion, Passive and Active Building Design, Cyber Security, AI and Robotics, Circular Economy, Nuclear Energy and decommissioning.
A total of ten conference spaces will be made available to Young Pioneers under the age of 18 whose papers are published.
Interested contributors are requested to submit abstract(s) of up to 200 words to firstname.lastname@example.org, it should show clearly title, name of all authors and affiliation.
Receipt of abstracts 01/02/2020
Notification of abstract acceptance 07/02/2020
Receipt full paper 03/03/2020
Prizes will be awarded to the three Young Pioneer papers judged to have the potential to make the most meaningful contribution to addressing climate change.
Will be chaired by “Engineers without Borders” who will also judge and award the prizes. https://www.ewb-uk.org/