-Food/Organic Waste Recycling and Biomass Valorization
-Agricultural Waste Processing and Recycling
-Biochar/Compost Production and Application
-Waterworks/Sewage/Industrial Sludge Treatment and Recycling
-Life Cycle Assessment and Cost-Benefit Analysis on Biological Waste Management
-Environmental Impact and Toxicity/Risk Assessment of Recycling and Recovery Practices
-Sustainable Energy Recovery from Renewable Resources
-Ultimate Carbon Management in Energy Aspects
-Analysis and Optimization on Energy
-Computational Modeling and Prediction of Energy
-Food/Organic Wastes Management
-Conversion of Biomass and Wastes into Value-added Products
-Environmental Application of Waste-derived Materials
-Fate of Emerging Contaminants in Water/Wastewater Treatment and their Health Effects
-Environmental Planning, Sustainability, and Policy
-Livestock Manure Management
-Emissions of Gas and Odor from Livestock
-Soil and Groundwater Remediation
-Metal organic frameworks
-Materials for 4S: Sensing, Separation, Sorption, and Storage
-Materials for Biological & Medical Applications
-Materials for Energy & Environmental Applications
-Materials for Advanced Applications
-SMART Recycling ; Zero Food Waste Housing on the Smart City
-Best Management Strategy for Environmental Management of Carcass Burial Site
-4th KBRC International Biochar Conference: SMART Biochar Technology: A Shifting Paradigm towards Advanced Materials and Healthcare Research
-Circular Economy - A Paradigm Shift towards Sustainable and Integrated Waste Policy
-Distribution of Emerging Pollutants and Their Environmental Fates and Toxicities
-Thermochemical and Biological Conversions of Wastes on Energy Recovery, and Pollution Control
-Advances in Composting Technologies for Solid Waste Treatment - Potential Benefits of Compost to Agriculture
-Clays and Waste Rock Minerals for Agricultural and Environmental Applications
-Biosolids Land Application Risk Assessment – Evaluation of (In)organic Compounds
-Bioresources in Mined Land Rehabilitation – from Microbial Bioweathering to Technosol Formation in Mine Tailings
-Sediment Pollution Assessment and Remediation/Management
-Abstracts should be no more than 400 words.
-All abstracts must be submitted online. The web submission system will automatically produce your abstract in the proper format. You may copy and paste your abstract in the space provided on the website.
-Abstracts must be written in clear English and submitted prior to February 20, 2018.
-Authors may further edit and modify submitted abstracts until the submission deadline.
-It is the responsibility of the authors to ensure that their text does not contain typos or grammatical errors.
-Authors have the option of choosing their presentation type (oral presentation, poster presentation). However, the scientific program committee will make the final decision after review.
-Acknowledgment of your submission will be sent via e-mail. Please make sure that you receive an e-mail confirmation after you submit an abstract.
-If you do not receive the e-mail confirmation, it means we have no record of your submission. If you are sure you made a submission, check the e-mail address that you used to make your submission.
-The right to publish your abstract is granted to the BEEM 2018 Organizing Committee.
-Presenting author must register for the conference through the website before March 31, 2018.
Notification of Acceptance
-All submitted abstracts will be reviewed by the Scientific Committee according to standard review procedures.
-Notification of acceptance will be sent by e-mail to corresponding, presenting and abstract submitting authors by March 15 , 2018.
Withdrawal of Abstracts
-If the presenting author of an accepted abstract does not register by the pre-registration date, the abstract will be automatically withdrawn from the final program.
-If you would like to withdraw an abstract, please notify the BEEM 2018 Secretariat in writing as soon as possible.