A crosscutting and comprehensive look at environmental problems
The International Congress of Environmental Science and Technology, and I National Congress of the Argentinean Society of Environmental Sciences and Technologies will be held on May 2012, in the City of Mar del Plata, Buenos Aires Province, Argentina.
As this slogan suggests, the congress pretends to integrate researchers coming from different study areas related to environmental topics in an open forum where they will be able to share knowledge and discussions about innovations, ideas, theories, advances and models, with colleagues coming from other disciplines.
The congress will also provide the opportunity to establish links for encouraging the research and the analysis over diverse environmental problems at a global, national and local level.
Professionals and Researchers are kindly invited to send contributions under the topics included in three comprehensive areas. The communication will be present in oral or posters sessions. The abstract of all the papers will be published in the Congress’ Abstract Books.
Alternatively, people interested, can send the full contribution, with a maximum extension of 6 pages, which will be evaluated by the Scientific Committee and published at the Congress Proceedings in an electronic format.
Well known scientific periodic publications will be committed to print special editions dedicated to the Congress. Find here the abstract instructions and template. Be informed that only abstracts in black and white will be accepted. For full contributions instructions follow the abstract instructions. The figures and tables can be presented in color. The maximum extension is 6 pages A4.
Full contributions and abstracts will be evaluated by the Scientific Committee after the payment of the fee for abstract evalluation. The payment should be made on-line using this abstract evaluation Form. Send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org, attaching the form completed with your registrations and favorite payment way, and the abstract.
Posters will get special attention during Argentina Ambiental 2012 as a means of presenting the latest research results, and to offer time for extensive discussion. There will be a certain day allotted for each poster when the autor should be present at his poster during the poster viewing time.
All Posters have to be prepared in English, Spanish or Portuguese language. The posters are 90 cm wide and 130 cm high.
Selected topics from the submitted titles will be chosen for oral presentation (15 min long with an additional 5 min for discussion).
The most famous scientists active in the field of Environment have been invited to present their latest research during Argentina Ambiental 2012, and many of them have already accepted the invitation. Following the list of the confirmed plenary Speakers and the topics of their presentations. Plenary lectures will be 50 min long with an additional 10 min for discussion.
Jochen Bundschuh - Institute of Applied Research, University of Applied Sciences, Karlsruhe, Germany:
“Geogenic Arsenic in Drinking water: A Global Problem and Challenge of the 21st Century”
Craig Criddle - Professor, Environmental Engineering & Science (EES) Stanford University
Titulo a confirmar
Rodolfo Dirzo - Stanford University
"Conservación de la biodiversidad y de los procesos ecológicos: Retos y oportunidades"
Laura Gallardo - Centro de Modelamiento Matemático - Universidad de Chile
"El aire de las urbes de América del Sur: problemas y posibilidades"
George Luther (III) - University of Delaware, College of Earth, Ocean, and Environment
“Changing the manganese paradigm: the importance of soluble Mn(III) in the environment”
Sixto Malato - Plataforma Solar de Almería, Almería, España
“Aplicación de la Radiación Solar a la Descontaminación de Aguas”
Esmeralda Morilli Gonzalez - IRNASE-CSIC, España
“Recuperación de suelos contaminados mediante el uso de ciclodextrinas”
Philippe van Cappellen - ECOHYDROLOGY, University of Waterloo, Canada
"Nutrient and contaminant fluxes at groundwater-surface water interfaces: Challenges and opportunities"