The International Conference on Water Resource and Environment (WRE) is an annually-held conference. It aims to provide a platform for professionals and specialists to present their latest findings, opinions and views, to provide a forum to discuss the latest thinking by some of the leading scholars and experts of the world, to publish the best papers presented and to advance the state of knowledge of water science in the world.
The online WRE 2020 consists of two parts:
Drying plays an important role in the treatment of waste and the recycling of recyclables - issues that are high on the agenda in view of the "circular economy". The joint annual meeting of the "Waste Treatment and Recyclables Recovery" and "Drying Technology" groups invites industry, research institutions and universities to engage in an intensive exchange of ideas.
For generations, Trieste has been a city of scientific interaction. Today is known as a "City of Science", being home to more than 30 national and international research centres.
The ECSA conference 2020 will therefore focus on junctures in science: between scientists and citizens; between East and West; between North and South; and between the different fields of science.
This event is held as an online event due to Covid-19. More information can be found on the event's website.
The International Symposium on Plastics Technology offers those being curious about cutting edge plastics technology an inspiring forum for exchange on research and innovation to discuss urgent questions and latest findings, to network and to experience impulses for the future of plastics technology. It forms a symbiosis with the International Colloquium on Plastics Technology and has always been distinguished by its industrial relevance.
The 30th International Colloquium Plastics Technology in Aachen offers an extensive program for all participants. The delegates at the 30th Colloquium will be able to attend a total of 15 lecture sessions, each consisting of two presentations from IKV scientists and a keynote paper from an industry expert. As far as the topics are concerned, the sessions will cover the entire range of IKV research. In addition, around five plenary papers given by speakers from science and industry will draw attention to special trend topics.
Transformative research (tF) aims to promote change processes in the direction of sustainable development. Together with actors from business, politics and society, tF seeks possible solutions to concrete societal problems. Together with the Darmstadt University of Applied Sciences, the Schader Foundation invites scientists, practitioners from industry, non-governmental organisations and other parts of civil society, as well as politicians and representatives of public authorities, to contribute their project experience to this discussion (in German).