September 25-27, Bangkok, Thailand

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Call For Papers (Download the cfp.pdf)

2019 9th International Conference on Environment and BioScience (ICEBS 2019) is the premier forum for the presentation of new advances and research results in the fields of theoretical, experimental, and applied Environment and BioScience. The conference will bring together leading researchers, engineers and scientists in the domain of interest from around the world.

Topics of interest for submission include, but are not limited to:


Integration of Life Sciences & Engineering 
Biochemical Engineering 
Product Engineering in the Bio Industries 
Self-organisation in the Bio-sciences and elsewhere 
Delivery of the final product 
Biotechnology applied to production of new and better quality food 
Physical chemistry and thermodynamics for life sciences and biotechnology 
Improvement of environmental remediation processes 
Food process technology and engineering 
The impact of bio-based polymeric materials
Biochemical and bio-molecular engineering 
Bioengineering and biomedical engineering 
Biological and Medicinal Chemistry
Energy and environment 
Forest product processing 
Milk product processing

Bio-molecular & Phylogenetic Databases
Query Languages, Interoperability, Bio-Ontology and Data Mining
Genes and their Regulation
Sequence Search and Alignment
Protein Structure Prediction and Molecular Simulation
Molecular Evolution and Phylogeny
Functional Genomics, Proteomics
Drug Discovery
Gene Expression Analysis
Data Visualization
Systems Biology
Algorithms, Modeling and Simulation of Bio-Sets
Biomarkers of Toxicity
Signaling and Computation

Bioscience Engineering
Biological Systems and Models
Engineering Models in Bio-Medicine
Computer Assisted Intervention Systems
Medical Robotics
Nano-Mechanisms for Molecular Systems
Biomedical & Biological Sensors
Cell Engineering
Molecular and Cellular Systems
Body\'s and Cell\'s Bio-signatures
Tissue Engineering
Biomedical Image Processing & Analysis
Microarray Technologies
Biomedical Data Engineering
Bioengineering Applications for people with disabilities and the elderly

Biomedicine Engineering
Bioinformatics of Diseases  
Biomedical Text Mining and Ontologies 
Biological Data Mining and Visualization 
Biomedical Intelligence & Clinical Data Analysis    
BioMedical Signal/Image Analysis    
Comparative Genomics           
Computational Modeling & Data Integration 
Computational Systems Biology              
Gene Regulation and Transcriptomics    
Massively Parallel Sequencing & Applications 
Microarray Data Analysis      
New Emerging Areas 
Protein Structure, function, and interactions        
Sequence Analysis, Evolution and Phylogeny   
Translational Genomics in Engineering

Environmental Engineering
Atmospheric physics
Physical oceanography
Global environmental change and ecosystems management
Climate and climatic changes
Global warming
Ozone layer depletion
Carbon capture and storage
Integrated ecosystems management
Satellite applications in the environment
Environmental restoration and ecological engineering
Habitat reconstruction
Biodiversity conservation
Landscape degradation and restoration
Ground water remediation
Soil decontamination
Environmental sustainability
Resource management
Life cycle analysis
Environmental systems approach
Renewable sources of energy-energy savings
Clean technologies
Sustainable cities
Health and the Environment
Health related organisms
Hazardous substances and detection techniques
Biodegradation of hazardous substances
Toxicity assessment and epidemiological studies
Quality guidelines, environmental regulation and monitoring
Indoor air pollution 
Water resources and river basin management
Regulatory practice, water quality objectives standard setting, water quality classification
Public participation
Economic instruments
Modelling and decision support tools
Institutional development
Transboundary cooperation
Management and regulation of point and diffuse pollution
Monitoring and analysis of environmental contaminant
Ground water management 
Wastewater and sludge treatment
Nutrients removal
Suspended and fixed film biological processes
Anaerobic treatment
Process modelling
Sludge treatment and reuse
Fate of hazardous substances
Industrial wastewater treatment
Advances in biological, physical and chemical processes
On site and small scale systems
Storm-water management 
Air pollution and control
Emission sources
Atmospheric modelling and numerical prediction
Interaction between pollutants
Control technologies
Air emission trading 
Solid waste management
Waste minimization
Optimization of collection systems
Recycling and reuse
Waste valorization
Technical aspects of treatment and disposal methods (landfilling, thermal treatment etc)
Leachate treatment
Legal, economic and managerial aspects of solid waste management
Management of hazardous solid waste 
Water treatment and reclamation
Advanced treatment of water and secondary effluents (membranes, adsorption, ion exchange, oxidation etc)
Disinfection and disinfection by- products
Management of water treatment residuals
Aesthetic quality of drinking water (taste, odors)
Effect of distribution systems on potable water quality
Reuse of reclaimed waters

Multi-scale and/or Multi-disciplinary Approaches 
Process system, instrumentation and control 
Product engineering and product development 
Product design & innovation 
Controlled release of the active ingredient 
Energy & nuclear sciences 
Energy and environment 
CFD & chemical engineering 
Food engineering
Particle technology 
Mathematical modeling in chemical engineering
Macromolecular Science and Engineering
Advanced materials processing



Bangkok, Thailand

Bangkok is the capital and most populous city of Thailand. It is known in Thai as Krung Thep Maha Nakhon or simply Krung Thep. The city occupies 1,568.7 square kilometres (605.7 sq mi) in the Chao Phraya River delta in central Thailand, and has a population of over eight million, or 12.6 percent of the country's population. Over fourteen million people (22.2 percent) lived within the surrounding Bangkok Metropolitan Region at the 2010 census, making Bangkok the nation's primate city, significantly dwarfing Thailand's other urban centres in terms of importance.

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