IIIT Delhi will host an international conference on pollution prevention

The conference will also offer a platform for unpublished papers focusing on ‘new and innovative clean technologies’.

Indraprastha Institute of Information Technology, Delhi (IIIT-Delhi) is all set to host the first international conference of the Taiwan-India Workshop on Pollution Prevention and Clean Technology and “Emerging Environment and Energy Challenges of Technology Exchange”. The event is scheduled for December 6 and 7, 2021 in New Delhi, India. The event will bring together renowned researchers, scholars, delegates and keynote speakers who will further discuss the use of technology to reduce the impact of economic activity on the planet and the environment.

The International Conference on Pollution Prevention and Clean Technology will also offer a platform for unpublished papers focusing on ‘new and innovative clean technologies’. The event will be chaired and co-chaired by Prof. Dr. Ashok Pandey (CSIR-Indian Institute of Toxicology Research, India), Dr. Ingun Westwick Jolma (University of Stavanger, Norway), Prof. Dr. Chiu-Yu Lin (Feng Chien). ), And Professor Dr. Chin-san Wang (National Ilan University, Taiwan).

IIT-Delhi is proud to be associated with the 1st International Conference on Pollution Prevention and Clean Technology. From discussing sustainable resource transfers to improving energy efficiency and designing sustainable production systems, the event will allow for a perfect international platform to discuss possible solutions. Will provide insights বলেছেন says Dr. Debarka Sengupta, Associate Professor, IIIT-Delhi.

ICPPCT will be the first event of its kind to rely on technology and innovation to create solutions that address serious environmental concerns. The keynote speakers and researchers will also offer insights on how innovative clean technologies can be extended across manufacturing, industry and other sectors to reduce the impact on the climate and the planet while considering different aspects of pollution prevention technologies. Scholars and researchers can communicate directly with each other on key pointers such as the search for new pioneering financial models to produce carbon-neutral products and support new approaches.

“At a time when we are discussing aspects such as climate change and increasing levels of pollution, ICPPCT will be a great opportunity for the world to explore new ideas and innovations. And environmental economics with a multi-dimensional decision-making model. We hope that ICPPCT will pave the way for innovative environmental policy-making for the world, “added Dr. Gopalakrishnan Kumar, University of Stavanger, Norway.

The full and original lecture by world-renowned scientists will cover and share insights on “Waste to Wealth: Resource Recovery and Sustainability”, “Microplastics and Nanoplastic Pollution and Reduction: A New Example of Waste Management for Environmental Sustainability”.

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