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Publishing and Indexing

All the papers will be peer reviewed by 2-3 experts. The review result comes out in 20-30 days. If the paper needs revising, the revised copy should be submitted again for peer review. All the accepted papers will be included in the conference proceeding, which will be indexed by Ei Compendex, CPCI, Scopus, INSPEC and other academical databases. Selected papers with great extension will be recommended to publish in international journals.

Paper Submission

Prospective authors are invited to submit original unpublished full-length English papers through Submission System, with up to Six pages for technical content including figures, tables and references. The paper should be prepared according to the Template.

Call for Papers

2017 2nd International Conference on Water Pollution Control Engineering (WPCE 2017) will be held in Koh Samui,Thailand during Dec.8-10, 2017. The ultimate aim is to promote different ideas to offer a place for participants to present and discuss their innovative recent and ongoing research and theoretical work and/or their applications or development . The organizing committee of conference is pleased to invite prospective authors to submit their original manuscripts to WPCE 2017. The topics of WPCE 2017 cover Water Pollution Control Engineering, etc. Topics of interest for submission include, but are not limited to

Water Resources Planning and Management Hydraulics and Water Infrastructure Purification plants and networks
Water pollution Water distribution systems analysis Environmental impact assessment
Water resources integrated management Water Demand/ Forecasting Water management, control and regulation Energy use and efficiency
Water resources sustainable development Erosion, scour and sediment transport
Water resources and Environmental Management in Mega deltas Maintenance and rehabilitation of hydraulic structures Agricultural issues
GIS and remote sensing applications Information Technology (IT) applications in Water Infrastructure Irrigation and drainage technologies
Impacts of global  and regional  climate change Hydraulic monitoring, modeling and simulation Agricultural water pollution
Instrumentation and measurement   Crop water consumption
Watershed assessment and monitoring Water Treatment Technology Desertification
Water quality and protection Wastewater reuse Virtual water use
Trans-boundary Water Conflict and cooperation Issues Desalination Energy consumption
Artificial recharge and active management of aquifers Industrial water treatment Produced water from hydraulic fracturing of natural gas shale formation
Groundwater  contamination and protection Sanitary drainage treatment
Integrated coastal aquifer management Computer applications in water treatment

 

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