- Programme Committee
- International Advisory Board
- Scientific Secretariat
- China Guest Country
- Chinese Organising Committee
New! Preliminary Programme
- Opening Session
- IWWG Training Courses
- IWWG Workshops
- New! International Workshop on Waste Architecture
COMMERCIAL EXHIBITION & SUPPORT OPPORTUNITIES
EVENTS & AWARDS
Sardinia Symposium 2015
| WE ARE PROUD TO ANNOUNCE THAT THE LANDFILL HARMONIC ORCHESTRA
WILL PERFORM AT SARDINIA 2015. For more info click here >
|THE SYMPOSIUM PRELIMINARY PROGRAMME IS NOW ONLINE. Click here >|
| Parallel Event: INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON WASTE ARCHITECTURE /
REHABILITATION OF LANDFILLS. For more details click here >
Following the great success of the fourteenth edition held in 2013, which saw the participation of more than 700 delegates from a wide variety of countries worldwide, Sardinia 2015 promises to be the largest event of the year in the field of Waste Management and Landfilling.
The Sardinia Symposia were established in 1987 and rapidly became the Reference Forum in the field of Waste Management for the international community, where state of the art concepts, strategies and technologies are presented and experiences shared by leading scientists, administrators and practitioners.
The Symposia favoured the development of innovation in the field: all new ideas and approaches applied worldwide in the last two decades were thoroughly debated and reviewed during the numerous workshop sessions in the Symposia, some of them purposely organized in cooperation with IWWG Task Groups.
The 2015 edition of the conference will be held in the traditional venue of the Forte Village Resort at S. Margherita di Pula (Cagliari, Italy) and is expected to register the participation of up to 800 delegates from dozens of different countries worldwide. In line with tradition, the 15th edition of the conference will focus on advances in the field of Waste Management science and technologies, presenting case studies and discussing key controversial subjects, sharing experiences from different countries, and assesing social and economical balances.
The Symposium will include general oral presentations, specialized sessions and specialist workshops for a total of eight parallel tracks, poster sessions and a number of parallel events. One session will be held entirely in Italian.
Furthermore a number of industry sessions will be included in the main conference programme.
IWWG Training Courses will be arranged under the supervision of leading international experts prior to opening of the Symposium.
During the Symposium a commercial exhibition will be held in the Foyer adjacent to the conference where companies may advertise new concepts and technologies. Organizations, associations and companies are traditionally welcome to have their internal meetings during the event, with the support of the Symposium Secretariat. A wide range of networking opportunities will be available for companies and organisations wishing to take part in this edition of the conference.
University of Padova (IT)
Tongji University (CN)
Technical University of Denmark (DK)
Fukuoka University (JP)
University of Central Florida (US)
Hamburg University of Technology (DE)
University of Padova (IT)