Arno A Evers, Speaker at Renewable Energy Conferences
Keynote Presentation
Arno A Evers, Arno A. Evers, Philippines

Recently, there has been more and more talk about hydrogen in the energy and transport industry. There are some powerful government programs for its introduction. But is this the solution to our energy problems? Hydrogen is not, what many people imagine, an environmentally friend [....] » Read More

Helena Belchior Rocha, Speaker at Green Engineering Events
Keynote Presentation
Helena Belchior Rocha, ISCTE-Institituto Universitário de Lisboa, Portugal

SymbioCity is a holistic and inclusive approach to sustainable urban development that transforms urban challenges into opportunities. Nowadays the way cities choose to respond to climate change and urban challenges is the path to the resident’s wellbeing. The objectives of [....] » Read More

Suresh C Ameta, Speaker at Suresh C. Ameta
Keynote Presentation
Suresh C Ameta, PAHER University, India

World is facing three major problems such as scarcity of portable water, global warming and acute shortage of energy. Water and air are being polluted at an ever increasing pace, increasing industrialization and transportation supported by exponential increasing population. Altho [....] » Read More

Nabisab Mujawar Mubarak, Speaker at Green Chemistry Conferences
Keynote Presentation
Nabisab Mujawar Mubarak, Brunei University of Technology, Brunei Darussalam

The synthesis of chitosan/CNW bio composite films was done with the help of DES as solvent media. The impact of applying DES in the bio composite films synthesis is analyzed in the aspect of chemical structure, mechanical properties, and thermal properties. The idea of green solv [....] » Read More

Michael Pittroff, Speaker at Green Chemistry Conferences
Oral Presentation
Michael Pittroff, Solvay, Germany

During the climate conference in Paris (2015) a binding and universal climate target was established. It was agreed to limit the temperature increase to a maximum of 2 C° until 2100 ( ). The most relevant climate gas is CO2, considered as a primary greenhouse gas with a signi [....] » Read More

Enas Amdeha, Speaker at Green Chemistry Conferences
Oral Presentation
Enas Amdeha, Egyptian Petroleum Research Institute (EPRI), Egypt

Iron/ steel production in the electric arc furnace (EAF) produces a dust by-product consisting mainly of iron oxides and non-ferrous metals (ZnO, PbO, CaO,….etc). This industry is a weed that produces large quantities of slag and dust. The objective of the present study wa [....] » Read More

Tran Huu Nghi, Speaker at Renewable Energy Conferences
Oral Presentation
Tran Huu Nghi, Tropenbos International, Vietnam

Central Highlands is located in the central part of Viet Nam where is the home of difference ethnic minorities groups and have a lot of traditional customs on the agriculture production and society. This is also famous for many perennial crops which contribute to local and nation [....] » Read More

Chen Xing, Speaker at Green Chemistry Conferences
Oral Presentation
Chen Xing, Marcoule Institute in Separation Chemistry (ICSM), France

Introduction Nuclear energy is a green and renewable energy. Uranium, as an important resource for nuclear energy, exists in seawater at a concentration of 3.3 μg/L, forming highly stable Ca-UO2-CO3 and Mg-UO2-CO3 complex. Though dilute, this amounts to an estimated 4.5 bil [....] » Read More

Hasan Saygili, Speaker at Green Chemistry Conferences
Oral Presentation
Hasan Saygili, Batman University, Turkey

The 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid (2,4-D) is one of the herbicides used on a large scale in agriculture worldwide due to its low cost, selectivity, and efficacy. Therefore, elimination of 2,4-D from the ecosystem is a very important issue to be solved. Many techniques have been [....] » Read More

Yarub Al Douri, Speaker at Green Chemistry Conference
Oral Presentation
Yarub Al Douri, American University of Iraq, Iraq

Ceramic-based quaternary II−VI materials have attracted much interests because their constituent elements have important characteristics, high characteristics of structure and optic applicable for digital recording heads, telecommunications, transformers, computers, sensors [....] » Read More

Ray Drabble, Speaker at Green Chemistry Conferences
Oral Presentation
Ray Drabble, University of Southampton, United Kingdom

The Geography of the urban coastal strip of West Sussex presents significant issues for surface water management.  During winter months, particularly when ground water levels are high, pluvial run-off from the South Downs drains rapidly onto the coastal flood plain and typic [....] » Read More

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

Microbial diversity structure plays a significant role in deciphering the health of wetland ecosystem as it alters the aquaculture dynamics through different functional cycle. In the present study, East Kolkata Wetland (EKWs) i.e World’s Largest Sewage Fed Fish Farm was sel [....] » Read More

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

Phenol being toxic in nature needs to be removed from wastewater before its surface discharge. This research aims for removal of phenol using four biological waste adsorbents guava tree bark, rice husk, neem leaves, activated carbon from coconut coir and four industrial waste ads [....] » Read More

Annunziata Soriente, Speaker at Green Chemistry Conferences
Oral Presentation
Annunziata Soriente, University of Salerno, Italy

The achievement of high performances in terms of conversion, selectivity, and safety issues are pivotal to the overwhelming majority of chemical processes. In the last decades, many efforts have been devoted to the development of new synthetic methodologies emulating the high per [....] » Read More

Ahmed Mohamed Mehaney, Speaker at Green Engineering Events
Oral Presentation
Ahmed Mohamed Mehaney, Beni-Suef University, Egypt

Phononic crystal sensor is a novel technology for sensing applications with high performance. The present work proposes theoretically a design of gas (CO2 ) sensor based on a one-dimensional (1D) porous silicon (PSi) phononic crystal (PnC) sandwiched between two thin rubber layer [....] » Read More

Jinsong Wu, Speaker at Green Engineering Events
Oral Presentation
Jinsong Wu, Guilin University of Electronic Technology, China

Although the term of green has been often used to refer to energy consumption reduction or energy efficiency by many people and literatures, green actually should refer to environmental sustainability in more general senses. Environmental sustainability issues have been important [....] » Read More

Maha Mohamed Abdelrahman, Speaker at Green Chemistry Conferences
Oral Presentation
Maha Mohamed Abdelrahman, Beni-Suef University, Egypt

The environmental consequences of chemical and analytical research, particularly the use and production of toxic reagents and solvents, have sparked widespread concern. Accordingly, the assessment of analytical techniques' greenness is becoming increasingly relevant in order [....] » Read More

Rania Farouq, Speaker at Green Chemistry Conferences
Poster Presentation
Rania Farouq, Pharos University in Alexandria, Egypt

The application of nanotechnology has become inevitable in almost all sectors. Nanoparticle (NP) is the matter between molecule and bulk material. It has attracted much attention in catalysis, optoelectronics and biology due to its unique physical and chemical properties. Incorpo [....] » Read More

Ashish Kumar Kar, Speaker at Green Chemistry Conferences
Poster Presentation
Ashish Kumar Kar, Indian Institute of Technology Ropar, India

A highly efficient CoZn embedded N-doped porous carbon ([email protected](ZIF-COF)) is prepared by the carbonization of CoZn bimetallic Zeolitic imidazolate framework (ZIF) integrated with Covalent organic framework (COF). The synthesized catalyst was investigated in the sustainable reduc [....] » Read More

Grzegorz Klosowski, Speaker at Green Chemistry Conferences
Poster Presentation
Grzegorz Klosowski, Kazimierz Wielki University, Poland

Plant biomass is a cheap and renewable source of carbon which might be used as a substrate in biosynthesis processes. The effective use of lignocellulosic biomass depends on the efficient delignification of the biomass, which largely increases the susceptibility of cellulose to e [....] » Read More

Alena Kharissova, Speaker at Green Chemistry Conferences
Poster Presentation
Alena Kharissova, Autonomous University of Nuevo Leon (UANL), Mexico

One way to revolutionize solar energy production at scale is by reducing the manufacturing cost, complexity of manufacturing and the possibility to apply it on any shape and surface. For this purpose, quantum dot-sensitized solar cells (QDSSC) are good candidates to push solar ce [....] » Read More

Dawid Mikulski, Speaker at Renewable Energy Conferences
Poster Presentation
Dawid Mikulski, Kazimierz Wielki University, Poland

Structural polysaccharides (cellulose and hemicellulose), which are the main components of lignocellulosic biomass, can be an inexpensive and easily available source of carbon used in biosynthesis processes; however, they must be susceptible to enzymatic degradation. An increase [....] » Read More

Bing Chen, Speaker at Green Chemistry Conferences
Keynote Presentation
Bing Chen, Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada

The growing offshore oil exploration and transportation activities have raised mounting public concerns over potential offshore oil spill incidents. Therefore, there is an urgent call to develop efficient and environmentally sound oil spill response technologies. Bioremediation, [....] » Read More

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

After 2022, when the Moore’s law rigorously fulfilled for CMOS technology, the future electronic devices entered into the co-integration period. The Silicon CMOS parts keep the circuit complexity at a low enough price, while the integrated layers can be enzyme membranes to [....] » Read More

Leon Burgess, Speaker at Green Chemistry Conferences
Keynote Presentation
Leon Burgess, Technology Director CalAlSil®, Australia

Feldspar Polymers are a new class of ceramic pastes that use nano-sized colloids of ceramic oxides to provide a ready-to-use, low embodied energy and low emission construction material. Using ubiquitously sourced raw materials, CalAlSil®’s nano-colloids contain sufficie [....] » Read More

Djabri Larbi, Speaker at Green Chemistry Conferences
Keynote Presentation
Djabri Larbi, Badji Mokhtar - Annaba University, Algeria

In order to assess the feature of superficial water salinity in the North-East region of Algeria, two methods (principal component analysis and analysis by rare element, Sr2+) have been used. The first one shows that, in the region, the waters are under-saturated with respect to [....] » Read More

Tomaz Langenbach, Speaker at Green Chemistry Conferences
Keynote Presentation
Tomaz Langenbach, Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

During decades, many attempts to improve sustainable pest control in agriculture have been tried. Unfortunately, even in the so-called first world countries, results are far from reaching this target; with an overall pesticide consume increase of 15 to 20 times (Report WHO/FAO 20 [....] » Read More

Muhammad Salman Haider, Speaker at Green Chemistry Conferences
Oral Presentation
Muhammad Salman Haider, Aalborg University, Denmark

Unprecedented global warming and raising public awareness are the driving factors to decarbonize long-haul transportation sector. In this regard, biomass could be a potential renewable source for the production of sustainable, carbon-neutral liquid fuels. Hydrothermal liquefactio [....] » Read More

Lejla Klepo, Speaker at Green Chemistry Conferences
Oral Presentation
Lejla Klepo, University of Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegowina

Un General Assembly adopted Resolution 57/254 on December 2002 the UN Decade of Education for Sustainable Development 2005-2014. The aim of this strategy is to encourage UNECE members to develop and incorporate education for sustainable development into the formal education syste [....] » Read More

Patricia J Kooyman, Speaker at Green Chemistry Conference
Oral Presentation
Patricia J Kooyman, University of Cape Town, South Africa

Gas-to-Liquids (GTL) and Coal-to-Liquids (CTL) processing are attractive routes for the production of clean liquid transportation fuels, in particular middle distillate fuels, as an alternative to crude oil refining. The industrially proven and economically viable route starts wi [....] » Read More

Owais Mohammad, Speaker at Green Chemistry Conferences
Oral Presentation
Owais Mohammad, Interdisciplinary Biotechnology Unit, AMU, India

Nanomedicines have been widely exploited in target specific delivery of core pharmaco-materials. Traditional pharmaceutical approaches, implied in the synthesis of nano-sized formulations, need special types of chemical agents and appliances. The high end infrastructure, special [....] » Read More

Md Nurul Islam Siddique, Speaker at Green Chemistry Conferences
Oral Presentation
Md Nurul Islam Siddique, University Malaysia Terengganu, Malaysia

The increase in demand for organisms drawn in with anaerobic digestion might be the consequence of many substrates being digested at the same time. This study looked at the impact of supplements on the co-digestion of growth substrates. An extra improvement plan that expects a cr [....] » Read More

Kumuthini Chandrasekaram, Speaker at Green Engineering Events
Oral Presentation
Kumuthini Chandrasekaram, University of Malaya, Malaysia

Biosorbents are biological materials used in the biosorption process for the removal of pollutants from aqueous mediums. Sporopollenin is a natural biopolymer that occurs in the outer membranes of moss, fern spores, and most pollen grains. Sporopollenin exines essentially serve a [....] » Read More

Ahmed I Khodair, Speaker at Green Chemistry Conferences
Oral Presentation
Ahmed I Khodair, Kafrelsheikh University, Egypt

Various-5-[4-(1,3-disubstituted-4-oxo-2-thioxoimidazolidin-5-ylidenemethyl)benzyli-dene]-2-thioxoimidazolidin-4-ones have been synthesized under microwave irradiation. In comparison with the traditional reflux methods, similar or higher yields were obtained.

Buddhima Rupasinghe, Speaker at Green Chemistry Conferences
Oral Presentation
Buddhima Rupasinghe, Bowling Green State University, United States

During the presentation, I’m hoping to explain the use of Silicone-based materials (Polysiloxanes). The current synthesis methods of the silicone-based materials. After that, I will explain current methods to depolymerize/ degrade these materials also the gaps involved in t [....] » Read More

Pieter Samyn, Speaker at Renewable Energy Conferences
Oral Presentation
Pieter Samyn, SIRRIS – Innovations in Circular Economy and Natural Resources, Belgium

In a transition towards circular economy, the use of renewable materials is encouraged to replace traditional petrol-based polymers. In particular, it is expected that the processing and performance properties of the bio-based alternatives are similar to the traditional polymers, [....] » Read More

Shumaila Kiran, Speaker at Green Chemistry Conferences
Oral Presentation
Shumaila Kiran, Government College University, Pakistan

Nanotechnology is the newest and one of the most promising areas of research in modern medical sciences. Metal nanoparticles possess extraordinary optical, thermal, chemical properties and are being widely used in industrial, electronics, and biomedical fields. It has presented i [....] » Read More

Shiru Lin, Speaker at Green Chemistry Conferences
Oral Presentation
Shiru Lin, Texas Woman's University, United States

As emerging organic contaminants, siloxanes have severe impacts on the environment and human health. Simple siloxanes and derivates, trimethylsilanol (TMS), dimethylsilanediol (DMSD), and monomethylsilanetriol (MMST), dimethylsulfone (DMSO2), are four persistent and common proble [....] » Read More

Sunirmal Jana, Speaker at Green Chemistry Conferences
Oral Presentation
Sunirmal Jana, CSIR-Central Glass and Ceramic Research Institute, India

In textile and apparel industry, cotton is the most widely used natural fiber owing to its soft, breathable and eco-friendly nature along with ease of mass production. But high moisture absorption and retention capacity make them prone to grow pathogenic bacteria and fungi. These [....] » Read More

Mohamed Ali Mahmoud El Khateeb, Speaker at Green Engineering Events
Oral Presentation
Mohamed Ali Mahmoud El Khateeb, National Research Centre, Egypt

The aim of this work is to examine the new design of a compact unit. The compact unit consists of three consecutive treatment steps. The primary treatment step is vertical settler (VS) followed by the self-aerated chamber (SAC) (secondary treatment). The dimensions of the compact [....] » Read More

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