CONFERENCE: ECOLOGICAL ENGINEERING AND ENVIRONMENT PROTECTION

CONFERENCE: ECOLOGICAL ENGINEERING AND ENVIRONMENT PROTECTION
11/02/2021

National Association of Ecological Engineering and Environment Protection, Bulgaria European Space Agency & MELiSSA Foundation
Space Research and Technology Institute – Bulgarian Academy of Sciences Bulgarian Astronautical Society
EVRIKA Foundation

ORGANIZE
Seventh International Conference
ECOLOGICAL ENGINEERING AND ENVIRONMENT PROTECTION

(EEEP'2021)
with Youth Scientific Session and MELiSSA Summer University 30 September - 3 October 2021, Varna, Bulgaria

 

Program Committee:

Chairman: Prof. Alexander Alexandrov, Member of the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences (BAS) Vice-Chairmen: Prof. Hristo Najdenski, Corresponding Member of BAS, Prof. Plamen Angelov,

Prof. Viacheslav Ilyin (Russia), Prof. Max Mergeay (Belgium)

Organizing Committee:

Chairman: Prof. Hristo Najdenski, Corresponding Member of BAS Vice-Chairmen: Dr. Ivan Simeonov, Dr. Christophe Lasseur (ESA).

Topics: Man and biosphere, Ecosystems and biodiversity, Environmental biotechnology, Microorganisms and environment, Space technology and environment, Environmental monitoring and environmental impact assessment, Ecological agriculture, Forest biology, Renewable energy and biofuels, Microbial fuel cells, Life support, Process engineering, Modelling and control.

Working language: English

Oral presentations (including plenary lectures), scientific and applied research communications, posters and discussions after reviewing will be presented during the conference. Selected materials will be published in the journal Ecological Engineering and Environment Protection (eISSN 2367–8429), which is abstracted/indexed in well-known international scientific databases, e.g. DOAJ, EBSCO, Index Copernicus, TIB (Leibniz Information Centre for Science and Technology, acting in the capacity of the German National Library of Science and Technology, Academic Resource Index (ResearchBib), ZDB (ZeitsriftenDatenBank), WorldWideScience, CiteFactor, Directory of Research Journals Indexing (DRJI). The journal has a CrosRef DOI.

 

Regenerative Life Support Systems for Long Term Space Missions