New Delhi : Indraprastha Institute of Information Technology, Delhi (IIIT-Delhi) is all set to launch the 1st International Conference on Pollution Prevention and Clean Technologies and “Taiwan-India Workshop on Emerging Environment and Energy Challenges of Technology Exchange”. The event is scheduled for the 6th and 7th of December, 2021, in New Delhi, India. The event will bring together renowned researchers, scholars, delegates, and key speakers, who will discuss more about using tech on minimizing the impact of economic activities on the planet and environment.
The 1st International Conference on Pollution Prevention and Clean Technologies will also offer a platform for unpublished papers focused on “new and innovative clean technologies”.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. Ingunn Westvik Jolma (University of Stavanger, Norway), Prof. Dr. Chiu-Yue Lin (Feng Chia University, Taiwan), and Prof. Dr. Chin-Tsan Wang (National Ilan University, Taiwan).
“IIIT-Delhi is extremely proud of being associated with the 1st International Conference on Pollution Prevention and Clean Technologies. While economic development activities are necessary, this event will bring a platform to discuss innovative clean technologies that can mitigate the waste risks related to such activities. From discussing the shift to sustainable resources to improving energy efficiency and designing sustainable manufacturing systems, the event will allow a perfect international platform for discussing possible solutions. We also hope that the event will offer an insight on how global carbon footprint can be minimized strategically,” said Dr. Debarka Sengupta, Associate Professor, IIIT-Delhi.
ICPPCT would be the first event of its kind that would rely on tech & innovations to create solutions that would address serious environmental concerns. Key speakers and researchers will also offer insight into how innovative clean technologies can be expanded across manufacturing, industrial, and other sectors to reduce the impact on climate and the planet while considering various aspects of pollution prevention technologies. Scholars and researchers can also interact directly with one another on key pointers like the production of carbon-neutral products and finding new pioneering financial models to support new visions.
“At a time when we are discussing aspects like climate change and increasing pollution levels, ICPPCT would be a great opportunity for the world to explore new ideas and innovations. The event will also offer room to discuss Sustainable Environmental Management System (SEMS) designs and environmental economics, along with waste management and multi-criterion decision-making models for sustainability. We hope ICPPCT will pave the path for determining innovative environmental policies for the world,” Dr. Gopalakrishnan Kumar, University of Stavanger, Norway added.
Plenary and keynote speeches by the world-renowned scientists would cover and share insights on “Waste to Wealth: Resource Recovery & Sustainability”, “Microplastics and nanoplastics pollution and abatement: A New paradigm of waste management for environmental sustainability” and much more exciting talks at the event. More details can be found on the website (http://icppct.com/). The event is currently inviting papers related to various themes announced in the website.