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Topic of Interest


ICREE 2024 will provide an insight into the unique world stemming from the interaction between the fields of design science and interdisciplinary. ICREE 2024 will also provide an international technical forum for experts from industry and academia to exchange ideas and present results of on-going research in most state-of-the-art areas of design science. 

All full paper submissions will also be peer reviewed and evaluated based on originality, technical and/or research content/depth, correctness, relevance to conference, contributions, and readability. The full paper submissions will be chosen based on technical merit, interest, applicability, and how well they fit a coherent and balanced technical program. Topics of interest include:


Track 1: Renewable energy

  • Renewable energy generation technologies and applications: wind energy, solar energy, hydropower, biomass energy, etc. 

  • Renewable energy storage technologies and applications: battery storage, compressed air energy storage, hydro energy storage, thermal energy storage, etc.

  • Renewable energy in energy transition: the substitution of traditional energy sources by renewable energy, the position of renewable energy in the energy structure, the relationship between renewable energy and economic development, etc.

  • Application of renewable energy in the process of urbanization: the demand and supply of energy in the process of urbanization, the technology, policies, and economic models of urban renewable energy, etc.

  • Application of renewable energy in mitigating climate change and reducing greenhouse gas emissions

  • Synergetic development of renewable energy and energy conservation and emission reduction

  • Social and environmental impacts of renewable energy: assessment of the social, economic, and environmental impacts of renewable energy development and utilization, the impact of renewable energy industry development on society and the environment, etc.

  • New renewable energy materials and technologies: including photovoltaics, solar cells, energy storage devices, energy conversion materials, new catalysts, new nanomaterials, new battery materials, etc.

Track 2: Ecosystem

  • Technologies for ecosystem protection and restoration: technologies, strategies, and policies for ecosystem protection, restoration, and reconstruction.

  • Ecosystem and environmental management: environmental assessment, monitoring, and governance, natural resource management and sustainable utilization, ecosystem restoration and reconstruction, etc.

  • Synergetic development of renewable energy and ecosystem: synergetic development of renewable energy and ecosystem protection and restoration, coordinated development of renewable energy and ecological environment, etc.

  • Biodiversity in ecosystem protection and restoration: promoting the maintenance and improvement of biodiversity through the protection and restoration of ecosystems, studying the measurement, monitoring, and evaluation of biodiversity, etc.

  • Ecosystem-based adaptation and mitigation: exploring how ecosystem-based approaches can help address both adaptation and mitigation challenges, including climate change impacts, biodiversity loss, and natural resource depletion.

  • Sustainable land management: examining ways to manage land sustainably to maintain and restore ecosystem functions, including practices such as soil conservation, agroforestry, and sustainable grazing.

  • Ecosystem resilience and restoration: studying strategies and technologies to improve ecosystem resilience, including restoration of degraded ecosystems, and adaptation to changing environmental conditions.

Track  3: Environmental Informatics

  • Simulation, optimization and environmental decision support

  • Environmental geomatics - GIS, RS and other spatial information technologies

  • Informatics for environmental chemistry and biochemistry

  • Modeling of chemical, biological and environmental processes

  • Modeling of biotechnological systems for enhanced pollution mitigation

  • Computer graphics and visualization for environmental decision support

  • Artificial intelligence and expert systems for environmental applications

  • Climate modeling, downscaling, impact assessment, and adaptation planning

  • Other areas of environmental systems science and information technology

  • Dissemination of knowledge on techniques, methods, approaches and experiences to improve the environment

  • Development and application of environmental software, information and decision support systems

  • The design and development of single medium and multimedia monitoring systems, sampling techniques, optimization of monitoring networks, data handling, quality and assurance procedures, operational costs.

  • The scientific basis for monitoring: scaling methods, the use of biological indicators, dynamic and commitment models, pollution indices, etc.

  • Exposure assessment: the development of monitoring systems which allow direct or indirect estimates of pollutant exposure to critical receptors.

  • Monitoring systems designed to detect changes in land use patterns.

  • Ecological System Modeling

  • Geographic Information Systems

  • Global climate change

  • Soil air and water quality models

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