IIIT Delhi to hold first international conference on pollution prevention
The conference will be the first of its kind event that will rely on technology and innovations to create solutions that will address serious environmental concerns.
The Indraprastha Institute of Information Technology, Delhi (IIIT) Delhi is set to launch its first international conference on Pollution Prevention and Clean Technologies and Taiwan-India Workshop on Emerging Environment and Energy Challenges of Technology Exchange on December 6 and 7.
Researchers, scholars and delegates will discuss about how technology can be used to minimise the impact of economic activities on environment. The conference will offer a platform for unpublished papers focusing on “new and innovative clean technologies”. The event will be chaired and co-chaired by Ashok Pandey (CSIR-Indian Institute of Toxicology Research, India), Ingunn Westvik Jolma (University of Stavanger, Norway), Chiu-Yue Lin (Feng Chia University, Taiwan), and Chin-Tsan Wang (National Ilan University, Taiwan).
“The event will bring a platform to discuss innovative clean technologies that can mitigate waste risks related to such activities. From discussing the shift to sustainable resources to improving energy efficiency and designing sustainable manufacturing systems, the event will allow a perfect international platform for discussing possible solutions. We hope that the event will offer an insight on how global carbon footprint can be minimised strategically,” said Debarka Sengupta from IIIT Delhi.
The conference will be the first of its kind event that will rely on technology and innovations to create solutions that will address serious environmental concerns. Researchers will also offer insight into how innovative clean technologies can be expanded across manufacturing, industrial and other sectors to reduce the impact on climate and planet while considering various aspects of pollution prevention technologies.
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