Energy Session

Prof. Efstathios E. (Stathis) Michaelides
Department of Engineering, Texas Christian University, USA

Speech Title:Technical Problems and Resolutions for the Substitution of Fossil Fuels with Renewables
Abstract: A common misconception with the substitution of fossil fuels with wind and solar energy for the production of electric power is that electric energy supplied from these renewable sources may be increased without limit. However, the production of electricity from ...View More
Prof. Wenzhe Tang
Tsinghua University
Speech Title:Sustainable Hydropower Development
Abstract:To meet the increasing demand for renewable energy, and reduce climate change and acidification arising from using fossil fuels, hydropower fits for the implementation of long-term sustainable energy policy of China. A key unanswered question is how to align the multiple or conflicting objectives of hydropower development...View More
Prof. Alam Md. Mahbub
Harbin Institute of Technology

Speech Title:Theoretical and numerical analysis of the origin of thrust of pitching hydrofoil
Abstract:Theoretical and numerical analysis of the origin of the thrust on a forced pitching hydrofoil is done in this work....View More
Prof. Bin Chen
Xi’an Jiaotong University

Speech Title:Roadmap to the hydrogen based sustainable energy system
Abstract: Fossil energy utilization, particularly carbon-based fuel burning, has caused great environmental pollution. Building a sustainable energy system is one of the most critical issues to address. As an ideal energy carrier, ...View More
Prof. Dongsheng Li
Shantou University

Speech Title: Structural Health Monitoring and Damage Identification of Floating Offshore Wind Turbines
Prof. Dezhi Ning
Dalian University of Technology, China

Speech Title: Hydrodynamic Investigation on an Offshore Cylindrical Oscillating Water Column Wave Energy Converter
Abstract:Among all the wave energy converters, the oscillating water column (OWC)-type wave energy converter (WEC) is the most attractive and extensive one due to its simple structure and reliable technology. However, most researches on OWC device are focused on the ...View More
Prof. Alexander Lukin
Principal Research Scientist & Executive Director
Western-Caucasus Research Center, Russian Federation

Speech Title: New Insights in Control of Properties of the Hybridized Carbyne-Based Nanofilms Through Manipulating by Self-Organized Patterns Excitation at the Ion-Assisted Plasma-Driven Synthesis
Abstract:Among all allotropic forms that the carbon element presents in nature, sp-hybridization is one of the most intriguing and elusive. Carbyne is the one-dimensional allotrope of carbon composed of sp-hybridized carbon atoms....View More
Prof. Gangtao Liang
Dalian University of Technology, China

Speech Title: Universal Predicting Methods for Boiling Critical Heat Flux and Heat Transfer on Micro-Pit Surfaces
Abstract:Rapid developments of high-heat-flux devices in aerospace (e.g. spacecraft electronics) have incapacitated the conventional fan-cooled and various single-phase cooling techniques. Instead, two-phase cooling, i.e., boiling, ...View More
Prof. Benedetto Nastasi
Sapienza University of Rome, Italy

Speech Title: Hydrogen energy in Island and Off-grid Energy Systems
Abstract:Islands and rural areas have been considered a challenge environment to test renewable energy integration strategies as well as cutting-edge technologies due to the alternation ...View More

Environment Session

Prof. Rajesh Kumar Jyothi
Convergence Research Center for Development of Mineral Resources (DMR),Korea Institute of Geoscience and Mineral Resources (KIGAM)
Speech Title:Clean Energy Applications: Recovery of Rare Earths from e-Waste
Abstract:Rare earths are ruling the new millennium high world by their unique applications in the field of electronic materials manufacturing. Korean products exporting all over globe especially, mobile phones, computers, electrical goods such as air-conditioners, televisions etc. ...View More
Prof. Chongchong Qi
School of Resources and Safety Engineering, Central South University, China

Speech Title:Innovative strategies for industrial solid waste recycling
Abstract:Industrial operations inevitably produce a large amount of waste, especially solid waste. The disposal of industrial solid waste is possibly the most daunting challenge faced by the modern industry....View More
Prof. Hooi Hooi Lean
Economics Program, School of Social Sciences, Universiti Sains Malaysia

Speech Title:Non-linear effect of financial development and urbanization on carbon emissions
Abstract:Several countries seek various measures to reduce carbon emissions because of the detrimental effects of carbon emissions on global warming, climate change and ecosystem. Therefore, an insight into the causes of carbon emissions is fundamental for policy formulation.....View More
Dr. G.Velvizhi
Associate Professor, CO2 Research and Green Technologies Centre, VIT Vellore

Speech Title:CO2 as a Potential Feed Stock for the Production of Value Added Products through Bioelectrochemical Systems
Abstract:Global warming and depletion of fossil fuels are the burgeoning issues to be addressed immediately. Conversions of CO2 to energy and commercial viable products are an effective measure for global CO2 mitigation and it also reduces the use of petrochemical resources. ...View More
Prof. Anhui Liang
Shandong University of Science and Technology

Speech Title:Golden Ratios of Temperature, Color and Water and Superlattice Structures of Chloroplast Granums
Abstract:Golden Ratios of Temperature, Color and Water and Superlattice Structures of Chloroplast Granums...View More

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