6th Asian Conference on Civil, Material and Environmental Sciences
Climate Change and Global Instability
November is a vibrant time for wine-red maple leaves, and HEF has chosen this poetic season to invite you to participate in our <2023 WORLD TALK, WE TALK> series of seminars held in Kyoto, Japan. During the conference, we will discuss topics such as climate change, sustainable environment, green living, and clean energy. The seminar will be held in Kyoto from November 23rd to 25th, 2023. We welcome submissions and participation from academia and industry.
The 6th ACCMES focus on global research challenges and solutions in the field of Climate Change and Global instability, we welcome new research findings, ideas and suggestions from potential researchers and activists. There will be main conference tracks underpinned by sessions around these but not limited to:
Climate Change is a global challenge that has no borders, we tackle the subject from an objective, scientific viewpoint, discussing the causes and consequences of climate change and how it should be tackled.
Disaster risk reduction is the concept and practice through systematic efforts to analyze and reduce the causal factors of disaster. It includes disciplines like disaster management, disaster mitigation and disaster preparedness.
The issues are strongly associated with the global instability which refers to environmental risks-natural or man-made disasters; the societal category captures risks related to social stability; the aspect of the technology relates to the information and communication technologies.
Civil engineering is the application of physical and scientific principles for solving the problems of society. Deal with the design, construction, and maintenance of the physical and naturally built environment including public works.
Materials science incorporates elements of physics, chemistry, and engineering. Explore the relationships between structure and properties in materials including metals, ceramics, electronic materials, and biomaterials.
Cover the exploration of cause of environmental issues in natural sciences, technology and engineering context; the study of sustainability and potential solutions to environmental problems.
Biotechnology is the application of biological systems, organisms, or their components to develop useful products and processes. It encompasses fields like medicine, agriculture, and industrial applications, utilizing genetic engineering and other techniques.
Chemical engineering combines principles of chemistry, physics, and mathematics to design and optimize processes that convert raw materials into valuable products. It focuses on industrial applications and considers efficiency, safety, and environmental factors.
Energy engineering involves the design, development, and optimization of systems and technologies for efficient energy production, utilization, and conservation. It encompasses areas like renewable energy, power generation, energy efficiency, and environmental sustainability..
Geoengineering refers to deliberate interventions in Earth's climate system to counteract or mitigate the effects of climate change. It involves techniques like solar radiation management and carbon dioxide removal, aiming to modify the planet's climate on a large scale.
Engineering physics is a multidisciplinary field that combines principles of physics and engineering to address complex technological challenges. It applies fundamental physics concepts to develop innovative solutions in various engineering domains, such as materials science, optics, electronics, and energy systems.
Applied mathematics is the use of mathematical methods and techniques to solve real-world problems in fields such as engineering, physics, economics, and computer science. It involves mathematical modeling, analysis, and computational methods to address practical challenges and make informed decisions.
SHARE YOUR IDEAS WITH THE WORLD
In the 2023 WORLD TALK, WE TALK
series of conferences, ACCMESS focuses on exchanging ideas on the topics of climate change and global instability. We welcome scholars and professionals who specialize in and have an interest in these topics to actively share their latest research findings, and provide an opportunity for more attendees to learn about you and your research. Please click the < APPLY NOW
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DIG INTO KYOTO 2023
Kyoto's history began with the establishment of "Heian-kyo" in the 8th century, which was designated as the capital of Japan from 794 onwards. It subsequently developed into an important political and cultural center in medieval and modern Japan, until the capital was moved to Tokyo in 1869. With a history spanning over a millennium, Kyoto and Tokyo are now considered the most representative cultural showcases in modern Japan. In this city rich in traditional Japanese culture and distinctive features, you can gain a deeper understanding of this unique and beautiful city through various forms of expression such as geisha performances, tea ceremonies, and architecture. more
Local Host : Kurt Ackermann
Kurt Ackermann received his BA in geography from Carleton University in 1991. He obtained his MSc in environmental management from Wye College, University of London in 2000. He is a Professor at the English Department of Hokusei Gakuen Junior College in Sapporo, Japan, where one of his courses is a content-based geography course for non-native (Japanese) speakers of English. His current research interests include Hokkaido and Japanese wolves, the potential for their reintroduction, including habitat availability, tourism opportunities, and other socioeconomic impacts. His diverse research interests also extend to issues of sustainability, renewable energy, and rewilding.