International Conference & Exhibition on Clean Energy

August 21 to 23, 2017 - Toronto, Canada

International Conference & Exhibition on Clean Energy

ICCE2017 committee cordially invite all the participants interested in sharing their knowledge and research in the area of clean & renewable energy to submit their abstract and attend the ICCE2017. ICCE2017 provides a platform for researchers and scientists to share their research work while the participants from industry can promote their products. This is an excellent opportunity for the delegates from universities and institutes to interact with the their colleagues.

ICCE2017 will cover major themes such as the fundamental knowledge about the clean energy processes, materials and production, state of matter, advanced energy generation, and the impact of clean energy on environment.

Specific topics to be discussed will include but not limited to:

  • Biomass/Biofuel energy,materials and technologies
  • Hydro energy, materials and technologies
  • Wind energy resources and technologies
  • Solar cells energy, materials and technologies
  • Fuel cells materials and hydrogen energy
  • Battery materials and technologies
  • Energy storage techniques
  • Energy conversion modules
  • Nanotechnology and energy
  • Green buildings
  • Energy process and system simulation, modelling and optimization
  • Advanced power generation, transmission and automation
  • Distributed energy systems
  • Energy efficiency improvement
  • Thermodynamic and energy optimization
  • Energy education
  • Energy, Environment and Sustainable Development
  • Economic aspects of energy
  • Clean Energy Market and Finance

The 6th International Conference & Exhibition on Clean Energy takes place in Toronto, Canada. Toronto is a major Canadian city along Lake Ontario’s northwestern shore. It’s a dynamic metropolis with a core of soaring skyscrapers, all dwarfed by the iconic CN Tower. ICCE2017 is an opportunity to network with some of the world’s leading scientists, and visit one of the greatest Canadian city.

Keynote Lectures

Dye-sensitized Solar Photocatalytic Clean Hydrogen Generation – Dr. Ajay K Ray is chair of Chemical and Biochemical Engineering Department at Western University London, Ontario, has made seminal research contributions in industrial process modeling and optimization; development of solar photocatalysis; and advancement of simulated moving bed technology for reactive separation. Dr. Ray has contributed to enhance engineering knowledge by devising innovative approaches to enhance process performance for applications in energy, environment, food and health, the key challenges facing the world. Dr. Ray is a prolific author, having written a text book on Engineering Mathematics and over 150 research articles in archival journals.

Current progress in microbial carbonic anhydrase mediated decarbonation – Dr. S. K. Tank is Head of the Department of Biosciences at Veer Narmad South Gujarat University, Surat, Gujarat State of India. He has made research contribution in environmental pollution, environment toxicology and bioremediation, and wildlife conservation study. Presently, Dr. Tank is working in the mitigation of the carbon dioxide using new biological alternative approach. Enzymes mediated carbon dioxide sequestration is established at the lab scale by the Dr. Tank. Microbial originated carbonic anhydrase mediated CO2 fixation in the forms of calcite is the key development in CO2 locking. He is actively engage and associated with the Society for Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry USA, Integrated Marine Biogeochemistry and Ecosystem Research, USA, International Union of Radioecology, France. He is an approved environmental analyst, Ministry of the environment , India and Fellow of International Congress of Environmental Research, India.

Implications for Key Materials in Clean Energy Technologies – Dr. Hossein Aminian is President and Senior Consultant at FiMatCon (Metallurgical Consulting Company Ottawa Canada). He is a member of Materials Section Committee of Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy. He Holds a PhD degree in metallurgical Engineering and is also an adjunct professor at Laval University Canada. He has more than 20 years of experience in the field. During his involvement with industry Dr. Aminian has developed a number of breakthrough processes for metal extraction. His works have been published in a number of patents, records of invention and papers. He has a mixed industrial and consulting experience at various Canadian and international organizations.