Sixth International Conference with Youth Scientific Session

Sixth International Conference with Youth Scientific Session
05/06/2019

ECOLOGICAL ENGINEERING AND ENVIRONMENT PROTECTION (EEEP'2019)

5-7 June 2019, Burgas, Bulgaria

 

On June 2019, discover the conference organised in Bulgaria with Christophe Lasseur, Head of ESA's MELiSSA Space Research Program. The EEEP conference aim is to focus on exchange of research results and practical experiences in Ecological Engineering and Environment Protection. The first EEEP conference took place in 2006 Sofia, Bulgaria. The first EEEP conference took place in 2006 Sofia, Bulgaria. Since 2011 the conference is biennial.

 

What topics will be discussed ?

Man and biosphere; Environmental monitoring and environmental impact assessment;
Ecosystems and biodiversity; Ecologization of agriculture;
Environmental biotechnology; Forest biology;
Microorganisms and environment; Renewable energy and biofuels;
Ecosystem modeling; Microbial fuel cells;
Space technology and environment monitoring; Biautomatics

 

Important Deadlines

Application for special sessions or symposia 31.01.2019
Application form and abstract (up to 1 page)    31.03.2019
Second announcement 30.04.2019
Electronic submission of a paper/poster 15.05.2019
Conference program 20.05.2019
Registration (8-10 am)    05.06.2019

 

Registration fee

 

A. Early registration (before 10.05.2019)

  • 120 EURO – for participant with a paper/poster
  • 250 EURO – including extras 
  • 80 EURO – for regular PhD student as first author

B. Late registration (after 10.05.2019)

  • 150 EURO – for participant with a paper/poster
  • 100 EURO – for regular PhD student as first author

Registration fee covers presentation of one paper/poster, conference materials (program, book of abstracts), coupons for coffee breaks, and the EEEP journal subscription for 2019.

 

The registration fee should be remitted to the bank account:

 

First Investment Bank AD

IBAN BG32FINV91501203849478

12, Narodno sabranie Sq.

1000 Sofia, BULGARIA

BIC FINVBGSF

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