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13 Aug 2017 - 17 Aug 2017

7th International Symposium on Energy // Waterloo Session: "Nexus of food, energy, and water systems"

This Nexus session, chaired by Amir Sharif of Brunel University London, is part of the 7th International Symposium on Energy, and multi-discipline event on both fossil fuels and many different forms of renewable energy.

Where and when

Manchester
UK

13-17 August 2017

Goals of the Session

  • Integrated projects across natural & built environments to provide for growing demand for food, water & energy while maintaining ecosystem
  • Advanced understanding of complex interactions between food & energy production & water systems
  • Innovative concepts & technologies that effectively address challenges of resource demands and constraints in food, energy & water systems
  • Building workforce that can realize these goals
  • Synergy among all 3 components required within context of sustainability

Agenda

Chair: Amir Sharif, Brunel University London, United Kingdom

  • Healthier food options: a tool for maintaining world's energy balance, abstract
    Ali Rashidinejad, Massey University, New Zealand
  • The influence of the specific interfacial area on the oxygen transfer speed from air to water, abbstract
    Ionela Mihaela Constantin, Politehnica University of Bucharest, Romania
  • Food quality and circular economy: the value of renewable energy, abstract
    Rosa Misso, University of Naples Parthenope, Italy
  • Agroecosystem engineering energy, ecological human imprint and economic sustainability: impact and assessment, abstract
    Safwat H. Shakir Hanna, Texas Gulf Coast Environmental Data (TEXGED) Center, United States of America
  • Seasonal variation of metals (Cd Cu Fe Pb and Zn) in surface water of tropical riverine system Cambodia, abstract
    Sorya Proum, Royal Univerisity of Phnom Penh, Cambodia
  • Integrated Wave Energy and Seaweed Farming System, abstract
    Oladokun Olanrewaju, University Malaysia Terengganu, Malaysia

About the 7th International Symposium on Energy

The Seventh International Symposium on Energy combines previous two symposia: ISECM - working on small scales (ECM4, ECM5); ISECM – towards a big picture (ECM3, ECM6) into one. The conference involves multiple disciplines in technology, science, economy and policy-making related to energy challenges. The topics include both fossil fuels and many different forms of renewable energy. Also, it addresses issues related to the environment, energy efficiency, safety, energy policy and economy, etc.. The purpose is to gain a complete view of energy challenges and solutions among these different disciplines and from a global perspective.

Source: Seventh International Symposium website

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