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The International Conference series on Alternative Energy in Developing Countries and Emerging Economies (AEDCEE) was successfully inaugurated in 2011 with a mutual agreement between Thaksin University (TSU),Thailand and University of Moncton (UdeM), Canada. Following the successful Conferences held in 2011 and 2013, the 2015 AEDCEE will be held May 28-29, 2015, in Bangkok, Thailand. With an international participation, the objectives of the Conferences are to provide a general forum for enhancing interdisciplinary interactions, dialogue, and collaborations among students, researchers, faculty members, and practitioners from industry and government representatives, while providing a networking opportunity to people working on the development and integration of alternative energy in developing countries and emerging economies.
Participants will have the opportunity to present and exchange on their research, development, and innovation work and knowledge. The outcome of this conference will be a contribution to the sustainable development of nations through science, technology, innovation, and public policies.
The conference encourages the international exchange of discussion through plenary and invited lectures, oral presentations of science and technology focusing on alternative energy and related research. The conference also helps broaden your academic network. The call for abstract is now open for 2015 AEDCEE.
The 2015 AEDCEE Conference features 9 major categories:
The 2015 Alternative Energy in Developing Countries and Emerging Economies offers optional field trips to showcase some of the experiences in Thailand in the integration of Alternative Energy sources:
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