Call for Papers

The Association of Greek Chemists and the Division of Chemistry and the Environment (DCE) of European Chemical Society (EuChemS) cordially invite you to the 17th International Conference on Chemistry and the Environment in Thessaloniki, Greece in June 2019. Dates: 16.06. – 20.06.2019.

ICCE 2019 addresses scientists in the academia, industry and in governmental institutions alike and intends to provide a unique information and communication platform for environmental scientists and a forum of professional exchange with collaborators and colleagues of related disciplines.

The 17th ICCE will continue along its scientific tradition providing a representative spectrum of updated scientific information for modern applications of Chemistry in the relevant field of Environmental Research and technology development.

Dedicated satellite events will be organized as pre and post-conference events highlighting special emerging scientific aspects of very recent developments and requirements.

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IMPORTANT DATES


ABSTRACT SUBMISSION
Deadline extension
BY 28 February 2019
NOTIFICATION OF ACCEPTANCE BY 15 March 2019
EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION DEADLINE BY 30 March 2019


CONFIRMED SESSIONS


Session Title Organized by
Air pollution – chemistry and health risks Conveners: Gerhard Lammel and Constantini Samara
Keynote speaker: Gerhard Lammel, Max Planck Institute for Chemistry, Mainz, Germany
Oxidation and Advanced Oxidation processes in water and wastewater treatment Conveners: Urs von Gunten and Jannis Wenk
Keynote speakers: Peter Tentscher, Department of Chemistry and Bioscience Aalborg University, Denmark
Dionysios Dionyisiou, University of Cincinati, USA
Recycling and resource reuse as tools for efficient circular economy Conveners: Roland Kallenborn and Nicolas Moussiopoulos
Keynote speakers: Konstantinos Aravosis, Department of Mechanical Engineering, National Technical University of Athens, Greece
Peter Jensen, Norwegian University of Life Sciences, Norway
Soil Pollution and Monitoring Conveners: Levke Godbersen and Thomas Bucheli
Keynote speaker: Andreas Schäffer, RWTH Aachen University, Germany
Recent advances in targeted and non-targeted screening strategies based on high resolution accurate mass spectrometry in environmental and food analysis Conveners: Adrian Covaci and Dimitra Lambropoulou
Keynote speaker: Susan D. Richardson, University of South Carolina, USA
Environmental problems relevant to Mediterranean sea and Gulf of Mexico (MedSea-GuMex) Co-organization by the Environmental Division of American Chemical Society and the Division of Chemistry and Environment, EuChemS.
Conveners: George Cobb and Ioannis Katsoyiannis
Innovation in drinking water treatment Conveners: Mathias Ernst and Ioannis Katsoyiannis
Keynote speaker: Ir. Frederik Zietzschmann, Faculty of Civil Engineering and Geosciences, TU Delf
Advances in wastewater treatment Conveners: Vincenzo Torretta, Giorgio Bertanza and Maria Cristina Collivignarelli
Keynote speaker: Giorgio Bertanza, University of Brescia, Italy
Environmental applications of nanomaterials Conveners: Eleni Deliyianni
Keynote speaker:Teresa Bandosz, The city university of New York
Heavy metals and other inorganic pollutants in the environment and removal technologies Conveners: Nikos Lazaridis and George Gallios
Keynote speaker: Eleni Deliyanni, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece
Green and sustainable chemistry strategies for agricultural and food waste biomass valorizations Interaction between Division of Chemistry and Environment & Division of Green and Sustainable Chemistry, EuChemS.
Conveners: Kostas Triantafyllidis, Nicholas Gathergood and Anastasia Zabaniotou
Keynote speaker: Nicholas Gathergood, Tallinn University of Technology, chair of division of Green and Sustainable Chemistry, EuChemS
Juan Carlos Colmenares, Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland
Analytical Chemistry in environmental monitoring and chemistry studies Interaction between Division of Chemistry and Environment & Division of Analytical Chemistry, EuChemS.
Conveners: Slavica Razic and Victoria Samanidou
Keynote speaker: Paul Worsfold, University of Plymouth
Identifying critical nutrient emission zones in landscapes: a key for reducing water eutrophication? Conveners: Malgorzata Grybos and Gerard Gruau
Keynote speaker: Erwin Klumpp, Agrosphere, Institute of Bio- and Geosciences (Jülich Research Centre) Germany
Metabolomics Conveners: Boguslaw Buszewski and George Theodoridis
Humic Substances: environmental dynamics and impact on water quality Conveners: Yiannis Deligiannakis and Gudrun Abbt-Braun
Keynote speaker: Gudrun Abbt-Braun, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Chair of water chemistry and water technology
Urban contaminants: control measures, remediation actions and toxicological implications Conveners: Silvia Lacorte and Athanasios Katsoyiannis
Keynote speaker: Kevin Jones, Lancaster University
Micropollutants and microplastics in the aquatic environment Conveners: Dimitra Voutsa, Stephan Wagner, Jes Vollertsen
Keynote speaker: Denise M. Mitrano, Eawag – Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science and Technology
Risk assessment of emerging pollutants experimental and modelling approaches to fill the data gaps Conveners: Patrick Anderson
Keynote speaker: Ester Papa, QSAR Research Unit in Environmental Chemistry and Ecotoxicology University of Insubria, Italy
Investigating the environmental fate and ecotoxicology of glyphosate Conveners: Ester Heath and Laura McConnell
Keynote speaker:Keith Solomon, Steve Duke and Steve Levine


Other topics for abstract submission include:

Environmental fate of contaminants
Metabolism and biotransformation of organic pollutants
Biopesticides
Biotoxins and bioactive substances
Radioecology, radionuclides and human exposure
Environmental effects of renewable energy production
Occupational and domestic indoor environments
Education in environmental chemistry



PUBLICATION OPPORTUNITIES


Selected papers will be published in a special issue dedicated to the conference outcomes in the journal: Environmental Science and Pollution Research.(https://www.editorialmanager.com/espr/default.aspx)