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iENFORCE2018 Highlights

The Faculty of Environmental Studies UPM will be organizing the 3rd iENFORCE International Conference on Environmental Forensics (iENFORCE2018) on the 18th-19th September 2018 at Auditorium Rashdan Baba, Office of Deputy Vice Chancellor (Research & Innovation) , Universiti Putra Malaysia. The conference, with the theme “Form Sources to Solution”,  aims at disseminating knowledge, and sharing expertise and experiences in environmental forensics n the field of environmental forensics and in all aspects of its applications.  It also aims to build linkages between local and international professionals in this field with the industries. Further details regarding the conference are available at http://conference.upm.edu.my/icef18

 

Highlights of the conference include:

a) Keynote presentations from:

1. THE IMPORTANCE OF DIVERSITY IN ADDRESSING ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES  

by:

Professor Dr. Lorraine Maltby

Deputy Vice-President 
(Research and Innovation)
Professor of Environmental Biology, Animal and Plant Sciences
University of Sheffield

 

2. HYDROCHEMICAL EVALUATION: POLLUTANTS PROFILING THROUGH ENVIRONMENTAL FORENSICS     

by:

Prof. Dr. Ahmad Zaharin Aris
CEnv, MRSC, FGS

Associate Editor Environmental Geochemistry and Health and Scientific Reports
Professor of Hydrochemistry
Universiti Putra Malaysia

 

3. APPLICATION OF WATER TREATMENT TECHNOLOGY FOR CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION    

by:

Prof. Dr. Kyoung-Woong Kim

President, Asia-Pasific Branch of Society for Environmental Geochemistry and Health
Professor of Earth Science and Environmental Engineering
Gwangju Institute Of Science And Technology (GIST ) | Faculty of Environmental Studies, UPM

 

4. PROMOTION OF GREEN ECONOMY WITH PALM OIL INDUSTRY FOR BIODIVERSITY CONSERVATION IN MALAYSIA  

by:

Prof. Dr. Yoshihito Shirai

Director, Kyushu Institute and Technology Malaysia Super Satellite Campur (MSSC) 
Professor of Bioprocess Engineering and Environmental Biotechnology
KyushuInstitute OfTechnology | Universiti Putra Malaysia

 

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b) Oral and poster presentation sessions on Contaminant Sources and Detection, Environmental Fate and Transport Assessment, New Approaches and Applications, Governance and Management and Socio-economic Factors.

 

Participants are eligible to collect 12 CPD hours from the Institut Alam Sekitar Malaysia (EiMAS).

Date of Input: 09/07/2018 | Updated: 09/07/2018 | zakh

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