|Extend to October 10, 2023|
|Notification of Acceptance|
|From October 01, 2023|
|Early Bird Registration Deadline|
|Before October 10, 2023|
|October 31, 2023|
After a long epidemic, ICEAI will hold its 9th meeting in Tokyo in the winter of 2023. All ICEAI members, committee members and friends who have followed our activities over the years are welcome to participate. I believe that Tokyo, the beautiful place it is, will definitely make this meeting more dazzling.
In recent years, climate change and the greenhouse effect have brought huge and irreversible impacts on human life. Many companies and groups have been thinking about how to build a more earth-friendly living environment, and they have also gradually affected corporate production, animal husbandry, waste emissions, environmental protection and reuse for a series of transformations,
To ensure the sustainable development of environment and society, effective measures are gradually adopted by internationals. Low-Carbonization obviously becomes a global common tendency. Low Carbon Society not only includes the revolution of the society development but also represents the new life styles and concepts. The issue includes multiple directions: Engineering, Transportation, and Energy saving. Furthermore, Architecture and Social Construction are also the topics which we should be attention.
Such diverse and in-depth issues at all levels,require cross-field discussions in order to get new ideas and sparks of thought. Therefore, 2023 ICEAI will hold a cross-border joint meeting with ICSSAM( www.icssam.org )and GCEAS( www.gceas-conf.org )for all scholars in different fields can exchange their own research and ideas.
Regarding the conference theme of "Low Carbonization Society," we have several presentation sessions available for industry professionals and academics who have long been researching this topic. We welcome your active submissions.
Session A >Renewable Energy Systems:
This track focuses on the design, development, and implementation of renewable energy systems such as solar, wind, hydro, geothermal, and biomass. Discuss the latest advancements, challenges, and opportunities in integrating these systems into the existing energy infrastructure. Explore topics like smart grids, energy storage technologies, and efficient energy management systems.
SessionB >Sustainable Transportation:
This track revolves around sustainable transportation solutions that reduce carbon emissions. Explore topics like electric vehicles (EVs), hybrid vehicles, fuel cell technologies, and alternative fuels. Discuss the challenges and strategies for building the necessary charging infrastructure, optimizing energy efficiency in transportation systems, and promoting sustainable mobility.
SessionC >Green Building and Infrastructure:
This track focuses on sustainable building design, construction, and infrastructure development. Discuss energy-efficient building materials, green construction techniques, passive and active building systems, and smart building technologies. Address the challenges and opportunities in retrofitting existing buildings and cities for energy efficiency and environmental sustainability.
SessionD>Data Science and Analytics for Sustainability:
In this track, discuss how data science, artificial intelligence (AI), and analytics can contribute to achieving a low carbonization society. Explore applications of data-driven decision-making in energy management, smart grids, predictive maintenance, and optimizing resource consumption. Discuss challenges related to data collection, privacy, and the ethical use of AI in sustainability efforts.
SessionE >Circular Economy and Waste Management:
This track focuses on the concept of a circular economy, where resources are used efficiently and waste is minimized. Discuss strategies for waste reduction, recycling, and upcycling in various sectors, including manufacturing, electronics, and consumer goods. Explore innovative approaches to waste management, resource recovery, and the role of information technology in enabling a circular economy.
These tracks cover a range of topics related to low carbonization society in engineering and information. They provide a comprehensive overview of the challenges, advancements, and opportunities in building a sustainable future.
This conference also includes multiple sessions related to the academic fields of engineering and information. We have sessions dedicated to Earth Sciences, Engineering, Environmental Sciences, Information Sciences, and all sub-fields related to these disciplines are welcomed. We encourage researchers from both industry and academia who have expertise in these areas to submit their contributions.
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