Nuovi temi, nuove call, nuova deadline
We wish to thank all authors who submitted their abstracts by the deadline of February 10th. The response to the Call for Abstracts has been very successful! Take a look at the already accepted papers >>
Thanks to the inputs provided by the Scientific Committees, new topics of high relevance have been proposed and have been added to the former list of topics.
Therefore, we are happy to announce that the Call for Abstracts has been re-opened with a new deadline: 30th April 2023.
Submission of abstracts will be welcomed on the new topics as well as on those of the previous Call. Abstracts on additional topics, not included in the list, might be considered.
Abstracts may be submitted for oral or poster presentations and should be formatted according to the provided template. Read more about the submission procedure >>
Offers of workshop proposals are also welcome.
- CONSTRUCTION & DEMOLITION WASTE FROM DISASTER WASTE (Natural events, wars, etc.)
Characterisation; Management and environmental impact; etc.
- NEW ISSUES ON GEOSYNTHETICS IN ENVIRONMENTAL APPLICATION
Potential release of microplastics; Use of recycled plastics in manufacturing new geosynthetics; etc.
- CONTROL OF EMERGING CONTAMINANTS (EC) AND NANOPARTICLES IN WASTE MANAGEMENT
Minimisation of chemical in products (paper, plastics, etc.); EC in waste and sludges; Fate of EC in waste processing and disposal (composting, recycling, incineration, landfilling, etc.); Diffusion of EC from recycled products; Effects of EC on environment and health; etc.
- CONTROL OF MICRO- & NANOPLASTICS (MNP) IN WASTE MANAGEMENT
Disintegration and biodegradation behaviour of different kind of plastics; MNP in waste and sludges; Fate of MNP in waste processing and disposal (composting, recycling, incineration, landfilling, etc.); Diffusion of MNP from recycled products; Effects of MNP on environment and health; etc.
- CIRCULAR ECONOMY
Concepts, strategies, policies; Ecodesign of products; Energy and economic aspects; Sustainable final sinks; Materials, CO2 and energy balance; Role of the different waste management technologies; Life Cycle thinking and risks assessment; etc.
- BIODIVERSITY AND WASTE MANAGEMENT
Negative and positive potential impacts of waste management on biodiversity aspects
- DIGITAL SOLUTIONS FOR WASTE MANAGEMENT & CIRCULAR ECONOMY
AI (Artificial Intelligence), ML (Machine Learning), IoT (Internet of Things), Big Data, cloud and edge computing, specific software for product design, manufacturing (including supply chains for procurement), logistics, sales e-trading, business analytics and any other circular economy steps, etc.
- WASTE ART
Different kind of art techniques by using materials from waste; Social involvement; Visualisation of waste problems