The AUN/SEED-Net 2017 Regional Conference on Environmental Engineering organized by Hanoi University of Science and Technology (HUST), School of Environmental Science and Technology/Vietnam. The conference is a platform to share the most updated technology and research of regional common issues in Environmental Engineering. The conference also provides opportunities for participants to discuss future collaborations and activities in the field. Moreover, it aims at maximizing the outreach of the AUN/SEED-Net Network for stronger impacts by involving external participants such as representatives from the government, industry, community, non-Member Institutions, and other professional organizations.

Prospective authors are invited to submit extended abstracts via conference official website. Your extended abstract will be reviewed by the international scientific committee and selected abstract will be suggested for publication in ASEAN Engineering Journal, which is another research platform of AUN/SEED-Net.

Over one hundred presenters from all over the world will be expected to participate in the conference. All participants will have not only fruitful time during the conference but also nice stay in Hanoi – a peaceful capital of Vietnam and have chance to join our study tour in the city.

Important Dates:

Extended abstract submission deadline: June 15, 2017
Extended abstract acceptance notice: July 20, 2017
Revised extended abstract submission: July  30, 2017
Registration deadline: September 15, 2017
Conference days: October 30- 31 , 2017

Note: The conference is co-organized by:

  • Kyoto University (KU), Graduate School of Global Environmental Studies/ Japan
  • MEXT supporting project “Kyoto University Environmental Innovator Program – Cultivating Environmental Leaders across ASEAN Region”
  • JSPS Core to Core program (B) “Construction of global environmental study basis through practical approaches based on the Asia Platform”

For more information: Please visit https://re-env2017.hust.edu.vn/call-for-extended-abstract