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Cristian Ravariu, Speaker at Green Chemistry Conferences
Keynote Presentation
Cristian Ravariu, University Politehnica of Bucharest, Romania

Few successful semiconductors used in Organic Thin Film Transistors (OTFT) are pentacene, tetracene, Alq3. However, these traditional organic semiconductors are based on polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) as precursors, with a high toxic - carcinogenic potential during the t [....] » Read More

Leon Burgess, Speaker at Green Chemistry Conferences
Keynote Presentation
Leon Burgess, Technology Director and Owner of CalAlSil™, Australia

Zeolite geopolymers are formulated using nano-sized colloids of combined metal oxides to provide a green alternative to concrete, brick and fiberglass. While suspended in an aqueous solution, CalAlSil™’s nano-colloids contain sufficient chemical potential to cure to s [....] » Read More

Takashi Sasaki, Speaker at Renewable Energy Conferences
Keynote Presentation
Takashi Sasaki, Plant Engineering Dept, Japan CCS Co Ltd, Japan

The Tomakomai CCS Demonstration Project was launched in FY2012 by the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI), aiming for the practical use of CCS in Japan around 2020. Between FY2012 to FY2017, the project was commissioned to Japan CCS Co, Ltd (JCCS) by METI, and from FY2 [....] » Read More

Michael Zharnikov, Speaker at Renewable Energy Conferences
Keynote Presentation
Michael Zharnikov, Heidelberg University, Germany

The increasing demands for energy consumption worldwide and environmental issues trigger the development of green, renewable energy sources. These demands can be potentially met by organic photovoltaics (OPV), which, in its turn, relies on design of individual building blocks of [....] » Read More

Madhusudan Hiraman Fulekar, Speaker at Green Engineering Events
Keynote Presentation
Madhusudan Hiraman Fulekar, Parul University, India

Rhizosphere bioremediation is a plant assisted bioremediation which has multiple effects in the bioremediation process due to symbiotic association of mycorrhizal fungi, bacteria, actinomyces along the root zone in the mycorhizal soil. Rhizosphere considered as an Ecological Reme [....] » Read More

Nabisab Mujawar Mubarak, Speaker at Green Engineering Events
Keynote Presentation
Nabisab Mujawar Mubarak, Curtin University, Malaysia

Strain sensors in the form of Buckypaper (BP) infiltrated with various polymers are considered a viable option for strain sensor applications such as structural health monitoring and human motion detection. Graphene has outstanding properties in terms of strength, heat and curren [....] » Read More

Inderjeet Tyagi, Speaker at Renewable Energy Conferences
Oral Presentation
Inderjeet Tyagi, Zoological Survey of India, India

The bacterial community structure along with their role in predicted metabolism in the wastewater of Indian Paper Industries is poorly understood. In the present work, effort has been made to characterize the bacterial diversity using 16S (V3-V4 region) rRNA gene amplicon sequen [....] » Read More

Ashanendu Mandal, Speaker at Green Chemistry Conferences
Oral Presentation
Ashanendu Mandal, University of Calcutta , India

The research aims to carry out the fixed-bed column study of phenol removal from wastewater by low-cost natural bioadsorbent neem leaves. The neem leaves were characterized by SEM, XRD, FTIR and BET analyzers. The optimum pH of the phenol solution was determined by batch experime [....] » Read More

Rahat Javaid, Speaker at Green Chemistry Conferences
Oral Presentation
Rahat Javaid, Fukushima Renewable Energy Institute, Japan

Ammonia is a potential hydrogen and energy carrier. It has a high capacity for hydrogen. As an energy carrier, ammonia is considered as energy-dense and zero-carbon green fuel. Industrially, ammonia is synthesized by the Haber-Bosch process using iron-based catalyst. The signific [....] » Read More

Naoko Kawahara, Speaker at Green Chemistry Conferences
Oral Presentation
Naoko Kawahara, Kindai University, Japan

This presentation will depict the results of a social impact assessment (SIA) of two cases of sustainable agricultural practices in Japan, including Chiasaki-city in Kanagawa prefecture and Iwata-city in Shizuoka prefecture. SIA is a method for analysing and managing social impac [....] » Read More

Noriko Irie, Speaker at Green Engineering Events
Oral Presentation
Noriko Irie, Ehime University, Japan

This presentation will depict the results of a social impact assessment (SIA) of two cases of sustainable agricultural practices in Japan, including Chiasaki-city in Kanagawa prefecture and Iwata-city in Shizuoka prefecture. SIA is a method for analysing and managing social impac [....] » Read More

Yanyan Zhao, Speaker at Green Engineering Events
Oral Presentation
Yanyan Zhao, CSIRO, Australia

A global transition to low carbon technologies is required to mitigate the effects of climate change. According to the world resource institute, the energy sector contributed 72% of the global human made greenhouse emissions in 2020. To combat the rising CO2 emission from the tr [....] » Read More

Senlin Tian, Speaker at Green Engineering Events
Poster Presentation
Senlin Tian, Kunming University of Science and Technology, China

Antibiotics are widely used in aquaculture, stockbreeding, and human medicine. They are of great concern as many of them can induce bacterial resistance and resistant genes even at environmental concentrations. Recently, antibiotics have been detected worldwide in surface waters [....] » Read More

Phan Phuoc Tri, Speaker at Renewable Energy Conferences
Poster Presentation
Phan Phuoc Tri, Nagaoka University of Technology, Japan

Copper slag (CS) is an industrial by-product from the pyro-metallurgical process of copper. Even though CS is a nonhazardous material, the enormous yearly production (2.2 tons of CS for every ton of copper produced) makes it to be considered as a serious concern in environmental [....] » Read More

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