Call Paper - I2C2E

The organizing committee invites academicians, researchers, PhD candidates and practitioners worldwide to submit full papers to RW-367th I2C2E 2018
367th I2C2E 2018 is a premier forum for presenting of new research findings. This conference brings together avid researchers from local and foreign universities. 
Topics of interest for submission include, but not limited to:

Civil Engineering:

  1. •        Structural engineering
    •        Construction engineering
    •        Water resources engineering
    •        Environmental engineering
    •        Municipal or urban engineering
    •        Urban Infrastructure
    •        Transportation Engineering
    •        Railway systems engineering
    •        Forensic engineering
    •        Geotechnical engineering
    •        Surveying
    •        Design Research considers the processes of shaping and making of places
    •        Educational Research examines the pedagogies of civil engineering and related fields
    •        History of civil engineering
    Environmental Engineering:
  2. Environmental Science and Technology
  3. Environmental dynamics
  4. Meteorology
  5. Hydrology
  6. Geophysics
  7. Atmospheric physics
  8. Physical oceanography
  9. Global environmental change and ecosystems management
  10. Climate and climatic changes
  11. Global warming
  12. Ozone layer depletion
  13. Carbon capture and storage
  14. Biofuels
  15. Integrated ecosystems management
  16. Satellite applications in the environment
  17. Environmental restoration and ecological engineering
  18. Habitat reconstruction
  19. Biodiversity conservation
  20. Deforestation
  21. Wetlands
  22. Landscape degradation and restoration
  23. Ground water remediation
  24. Soil decontamination
  25. Eco-technology
  26. Bio-engineering
  27. Environmental sustainability
  28. Resource management
  29. Life cycle analysis
  30. Environmental systems approach
  31. Renewable sources of energy-energy savings
  32. Clean technologies
  33. Sustainable cities
  34. Health and the Environment
  35. Health related organisms
  36. Hazardous substances and detection techniques
  37. Biodegradation of hazardous substances
  38. Toxicity assessment and epidemiological studies
  39. Quality guidelines, environmental regulation and monitoring
  40. Indoor air pollution
  41. Water resources and river basin management
  42. Regulatory practice, water quality objectives standard setting, water quality classification
  43. Public participation
  44. Economic instruments
  45. Modelling and decision support tools
  46. Institutional development
  47. Transboundary cooperation
  48. Management and regulation of point and diffuse pollution
  49. Monitoring and analysis of environmental contaminant
  50. Ground water management
  51. Wastewater and sludge treatment
  52. Nutrients removal
  53. Suspended and fixed film biological processes
  54. Anaerobic treatment
  55. Process modelling
  56. Sludge treatment and reuse
  57. Fate of hazardous substances
  58. Industrial wastewater treatment
  59. Advances in biological, physical and chemical processes
  60. On site and small scale systems
  61. Storm-water management
  62. Air pollution and control
  63. Emission sources
  64. Atmospheric modelling and numerical prediction
  65. Interaction between pollutants
  66. Control technologies
  67. Air emission trading
  68. Solid waste management
  69. Waste minimization
  70. Optimization of collection systems
  71. Recycling and reuse
  72. Waste valorization
  73. Technical aspects of treatment and disposal methods (landfilling, thermal treatment etc)
  74. Leachate treatment
  75. Legal, economic and managerial aspects of solid waste management
  76. Management of hazardous solid waste
  77. Water treatment and reclamation
  78. Advanced treatment of water and secondary effluents (membranes, adsorption, ion exchange, oxidation etc)
  79. Disinfection and disinfection by- products
  80. Management of water treatment residuals
  81. Aesthetic quality of drinking water (taste, odors)
  82. Effect of distribution systems on potable water quality
  83. Reuse of reclaimed waters