NEXUS E3-2019

Jul 19-20, 2019

Zurich, Switzerland

NEXUS E3-2019: Energy, Environment & Economy

Theme: Energy consumption matters both to our Environment and Economy

Energy is necessary for economic production and social facilitation. At the same time the environment must be protected. NEXUS E3-2019 conference focuses on energy, environment and economics of energy systems and their applications. Hence, NEXUS E3-2019 becomes a must-attend event which educate the present and future of Energy & Environment techno economical discussions with the Theme: Energy consumption matters both to our Environment and Economy.

It gathers world's best executives, business professionals, researchers, engineers, and leading suppliers around the world. A robust, end-to-end showcase, this leading international event covers today's advanced Solar, Thermal, Wind, hybrid renewable energy systems, energy conversion and conservation, the optimal use of energy resources, analysis and optimization of energy processes, mitigation of environmental pollutants, and Sustainable energies systems. Sustainable energies is also concerned with the attendant problems of modelling and forecasting, conservation strategies, and the environmental, social and economic impacts of energy policies and usage, including climate change mitigation and other environmental pollution reduction.

NEXUS E3-2019 aims to bring together leading academic scientists, researchers and business delegates to exchange their experiences and researches towards novel applications from evaluation to its execution for Sustainable development. It also provides a premier interdisciplinary platform for young researchers and educators to present and discuss the most recent trends.

Details of NEXUS E3-2019 conference in Zurich, Berlin, Switzerland:

Conference Name

Place

Date

NEXUS E3-2019: Energy, Environment and Economy

Zurich, Switzerland

July 19-20, 2019

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Ramesh K Agarwal
Professor
Department of Engineering
Washington University in St. Louis

Biography

Ramesh K Agarwal is the William Palm Professor of Engineering at Washington University in St. Louis. His expertise is in Computational Fluid Dynamics and Heat Transfer and its applications to the problems in aerodynamics, energy and environment.

Researches :

  • Materials Genome; Nanoparticles and their Synthesis; Multi-Scale Modeling and Simulations of Engineered Materials; Energy Harvesting Materials; Nanomechanics, Nanophotonics and Nanoelectronics.
Lucy
Anna Kapranova
Head of the Department
Yaroslavl State Technical University

Biography

Head of the Department of Theoretical Mechanics and Resistance of Materials, Yaroslavl State Technical University (Yaroslavl, Russia). Specialty - physics, specialization - theoretical physics (1989).

Researches :

  • Her research area includes modeling the processing of bulk materials, (for example, the technological operations of mixing and deaeration of solid disperse media) and the transport of fluid flows.
Lucy
Adango Miadonye
Professor
Chemical Engineering
Cape Breton University

Biography

Dr. Adango Miadonye is a professor of chemistry and chemical engineering and chair of the Department of Chemistry at CBU. He obtained his PhD from Loughborough University, England, and did his postdoctoral research at Lakehead University, Ontario.

Researches :

  • His research interest includes how temperature and pressure affect the viscosity of bitumen and crude oil, green chemistry, sustainable solvents and processing, petroleum and petroleum products characterization, polymeric materials characterization and processing.
Lucy
Yoginder Paul Chugh
Professor Emeritus and Visiting Professor
Mining and Mineral Resources Engineering
Southern Illinois University Carbondale

Biography

Dr. Chugh has been at Southern Illinois University Carbondale (SIUC) since 1977 and is currently a Professor Emeritus and Visiting Professor. He has BS, MS, and PhD degrees in Mining Engineering.

Researches :

  • Coal Mining and Environment
  • Geo-mechanics applications in coal mining
  • Role of Coal in Energy Needs
  • Management of coal combustion by-products

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