The world is awash with waste energy rejected from various industrial plants, buildings, vehicles, etc. Besides being a waste, energy rejected to the atmosphere increases the carbon footprint of these installations contributing to global warming. There is an increasing evidence that Global Warming is the main cause of many recent natural disasters such as forest fires, hurricanes, flooding, droughts, etc., leading to lower life-safety and quality of life on our planet. A concerted effort from the scientific community around the world is urgently needed to develop means to reduce these effects and even reverse global warming. One way to do that is to minimize rejected energy by making our engineering equipment/installations more efficient and another way is by utilizing waste energy to power other integrated subsystems.
The Faculty of Engineering at Pharos University in collaboration with the KTH Royal Institute of Technology will share in the above-described efforts by organizing the Third International Conference on New Trends in Sustainable Energy with the theme: “from waste to energy”. This year’s conference strives is to bring together leading researchers, academicians, engineers, scientists and other stakeholders with interest in sustainability, from various countries around the globe, to present their work and exchange ideas and experiences along the theme of the conference. We warmly welcome authors to submit abstracts of their research papers or case studies for review to ICNTSE 2020 (ICNTSE@pua.edu.eg). After acceptance of the abstract, authors need to submit a manuscript of their full paper. Please see links to the left for deadlines and other information.
- Energy Recovery Systems
- Tri-generation: Combined Cooling, Heating and Power Systems (CCHP)
- Energy Storage
- Solar Energy
- Wind and Wave Energy
- Geothermal Energy
- Energy Conservation in Buildings
- Energy and Ecosystems
- Sustainability in other Engineering Disciplines
In conjunction with the conference, authors will have the opportunity to enjoy sightseeing in the historic city of Alexandria overlooking the beautiful Mediterranean. Established by Alexander the Great (more than 2300 years ago), Alexandria has been an international melting pot for various cultures and religions that left their marks on the city. Authors and their spouses can visit the recreated world-famous Library of Alexandria, the Citadel on “Pharos” island, museums and many other historic sites. All these are few miles away from Pharos University at the heart of the city. Moreover, modern Alexandria, the second largest city in Egypt, has excellent facilities (hotels, entertainment, restaurants, beaches, transportation, etc.) with low to moderate pricing. So whatever you like, old, new or both, you will find it right here not far from the conference venue.