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Theme: Advances in Applied Sciences & Environmental Technology

Important Dates

Conference Date: January 13-14,2018
Full Paper Submission Dates: December 20, 2017
Abstract Submission Date: December 20, 2017
Early Bird Date: November 30, 2017

Important Information

Conference Venue: Crowne Plaza JFK Airport NYC New York, USA
Conference ID: sdae@cbconsultant.education

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Call for Paper

SDAE 2018 is to bring together engineers, researchers, scholars, students, policy makers and industrial experts in the field of Engineering, Computing, Networking and Applied Sciences to a platform. All the selected papers will be published by the IRED Conference Proceedings.
Selected Papers will also be published in Scopus Indexed / International Journals along with ISSN Number.
Aim is to promote scientific information interchange between researchers, developers, engineers, students, and practitioners working in and around the world. It will be an ideal platform for people to share views and experiences in Engineering and Applied Sciences related areas.
Topics of interest for submissions include, but are not limited to:

  • Engineering & Technology Studies
  • Physical Life and Applied Sciences
  • Biological and Life sciences
  • Mechanical & Metallurgical Engineering
  • Electrical & Electronics Engineering
  • Computer and Software Engineering
  • Agricultural Sciences
  • Food Science & Nutrition
  • Chemical Engineering
  • Civil Engineering
Important Information

Conference Date: January 13-14,2018
Full Paper Submission Dates: December 30, 2017
Abstract Submission Date: December 20, 2017
Early Bird Date: November 30, 2017
Conference Venue:Crowne Plaza JFK Airport NYC New York, USA

The conference welcome papers on the following research topics but not limited to:

Track 1: Engineering & Technology Studies

Sub Track 1: Computer and Software Engineering

Computer-aided engineering, Cryptographic engineering, Information engineering, Tele-traffic engineering, Web engineering, Finite Element Analysis (FEA), Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD), Multi-body dynamics (MBD), theory of computation, Information and coding theory, Algorithms and data structures, programming language theory, formal methods, artificial intelligence, computer architecture and engineering, computer performance analysis, computer security, computational science, computer networks, concurrent, parallel and distributed systems, data bases.

Sub Track 2: Mechanical & Metallurgical Engineering

Acoustical engineering, manufacturing engineering, Thermal engineering, Sports engineering, Vehicle engineering, Power plant engineering, Energy Engineering, metals and alloys Studies, Microwaves and Metals studies, material engineering studies.

Sub Track 3: Electrical & Electronics Engineering

Electricity, electronics, electromagnetism, electronics, digital computers, power engineering, telecommunications, control systems, radio-frequency engineering, signal processing, instrumentation, and microelectronics, Control engineering, modeling of dynamic systems, the design of controllers using electrical circuits, digital signal processors and microcontrollers, Telecommunications engineering, Optical engineering, Power engineering.

Sub Track 4: Civil Engineering

Ecological engineering, the design, monitoring and construction of ecosystems, Fire protection engineering, the application of engineering to protect people and environments from fire and smoke, Sanitary engineering, the application of engineering methods to improve sanitation of human communities, Wastewater engineering, environmental engineering, transportation and cleaning of black water, grey water, and irrigation water. Wastewater treatment and water reclamation, water and waste management, transportation networks, subdivisions, communications, hydrology, hydraulics, etc. Mining engineering, the exploration, extraction and processing of raw materials from the Earth, Foundation (engineering), the engineering of below ground foundations that support superstructures, Earthquake engineering, the behavior of structures subject to seismic loading, Wind engineering, Architectural engineering, application of engineering principles to building design and construction
Ocean engineering, the design of offshore structures, Environmental engineering Ecological engineering, the design, monitoring and construction of ecosystems. Fire protection engineering, the application of engineering to protect people and environments from fire and smoke Sanitary engineering, the application of engineering methods to improve sanitation of human communities, Wastewater engineering Wastewater engineering is a type of engineering that comes from civil engineering and environmental engineering, wastewater engineer determines the best way to transport or collect rainwater for human populations. Structural engineering, Earthquake engineering, the behavior of structures subject to seismic loading, Wind engineering, the analysis of wind and its effects on the built environment, Architectural engineering, application of engineering principles to building design and construction, Ocean engineering, the design of offshore structures. Mining engineering, transport engineering, Traffic engineering, Highway engineering, construction and design of highways, Railway systems engineering, Water resources engineering, Prediction, planning, development and management of water resources.

Sub Track 5: Chemical Engineering

Molecular engineering, Immunology and biomolecular/biochemical engineering. Engineering of DNA and RNA (related to genetic engineering), Materials engineering Involves properties of matter (material) and its applications to engineering , Metallurgical engineering, studies metals and their applications, Ceramic engineering, the theory and processing of raw oxide material (e.g. alumina oxide), and advanced material that are polymorphic, polycrystalline, oxide, and non-oxide ceramics, Polymer engineering, studies polymer materials and their applications, Crystal engineering, the design and synthesis of molecular solid-state structures Biomaterials, Molecular engineering , Process engineering Focuses on the design, operation, control, and optimization of chemical processes, Petroleum refinery engineering, Plastics engineering, the design of the production process of plastics products, Paper engineering, Textile engineering, Textile engineering, Corrosion engineering, Civil engineering comprises the design, construction, and maintenance of the physical and natural built environments. Environmental engineering , Sanitary engineering, the application of engineering methods to improve sanitation of human communities.

Track 2: Physical Life and Applied Sciences

Sub Track 1: Physical and Applied Sciences

Agriculture, Agronomy , Anatomy , Applied computing, Architecture, Bio-engineering, Bio-medical engineering, Food science, Forestry, Gastroenterology, GIS, Horticulture, Hydroponics, Materials engineering, Mechanical engineering, Medicine, Military sciences, Neurology, Operations, Ophthalmology, Pathology, Pediatrics, Polymer engineering, Psychiatry, Radiology, Remote sensing, Spatial science , Urology, Aquaculture, Archaeology, Astronomy, Bio diversity, Earth Sciences, Chemistry, Biology, Ecology, Environment, Genetics, Meteorology, Oceanography, Physics, Soil, Waste Management, Water, Marine Sciences, Algebra , Algorithms, Analysis , Mathematics, Statistics, Artificial intelligence, Category theory, Chaos theory, Complex analysis, Computational statistics, Computer architecture, Computer graphics, Computer sciences, Computer security, Computer vision, Control theory, Data analysis, Databases, Data mining, Data structures, Design of experiments, Differential equations, Distributed computing, Dynamical systems, Expert systems, Functional analysis, Game theory, Geometry, Graph theory, Grid computing, Group theory , Human-computer interaction, Information retrieval, Internet, Linear programming, Machine learning, Mathematical statistics, Mathematics, Multilinear algebra, Multimedia , Networks, Number theory, Numerical analysis, Operating systems, Operations research, Parallel computing, Probability theory, Programming languages, Quantum computing, Real analysis, Reliability theory, Sample survey, Set theory, Social statistics, Software engineering, Spatial statistics, Statistical theory, Statistics, Systems analysis, Systems science, Systems theory, Theory of computation, Trigonometry, Wireless computing, Browse by Science Interdisciplinary Sciences, Biocybernetics, Bioinformatics, Cognitive science , Computational biology, Computational chemistry, Computational physics, Cryptography, Cybernetics, Energy systems, Engineering cybernetics, Ergonomics Humanities, Industrial relations, Information science, Information theory, Knowledge management, Management cybernetics, Materials science, Medical cybernetics, Nanotechnology, Neuroscience , Sustainability, Acoustics, Astrobiology, Astrochemistry, Astronomy, Astrophysics, Biochemistry, Biology, Biophysics, Botany, Cartography, Cell biology, Chemical physics, Chrono biology, Climatology Conservation biology, Cosmology, Cryobiology, Development biology, Earth sciences, Ecology, Entomology, Environmental chemistry, Environmental geology, Environmental sciences, Epidemiology, Evolution, Genetics Geochemistry, Geology, Geomorphology, Geophysics, Geostatistics, Helminthology, Herpetology, Histology, Hydrology, Inorganic chemistry, Integrative biology, Life sciences, Limnology, Malacology, Meteorology, Microbiology, Molecular biology, Morphology, Mycology, Nematology, Neurobiology, Nuclear chemistry, Nuclear physics, Oceanography, Optics, Organic chemistry, Ornithology, Paleontology, Parasitology, Pathobiology, Petrology, Pharmacology, Photochemistry, Physical cosmology, Physics , Planetary geology, Planetary science, Population biology, Quantum physics, Soil science, Topography, Toxicology, Volcanology, Zoology, Veterinary Science.

Sub Track 2: Bio-Technology & Food Technology

Nucleic acids and molecular biology: novel studies on physical and functional characterization of genomes, expression of genomic information, development and application of technologies for the detection of single molecules and molecular interactions, identification of biotechnologically interesting new compounds, molecular bioinformatics and development of automated systems for the above-mentioned fields. Physiology and biochemistry: biochemical and physiological studies of metabolisms and enzymes including intermediary metabolism of microorganisms, tissue culture and cell-free systems; bioregulatory investigations at the molecular level including transcription/translation control and growth/product synthesis relationships; design and engineering of products by molecular strategies, protein/enzyme engineering and modification; protein and metabolite secretion; molecular strategies for screening of new or modified products (e.g. pharmaceuticals, bioactive compounds, enzymes); product development based on enforced evolution and combinatorial strategies.
Biochemical and bioprocess engineering: reaction kinetics, design of reactors, downstream operations and software applications, research on cellular biology and physiology in biochemical processes employing enzymes, microorganisms, mammalian cells, plant cells and tissue, metabolic engineering techniques, design of specific biocatalysts, or specific reactor operations. Food chemistry: food analysis and food control, research on degradative and preservative reactions, postharvest physiology of plants and analytical procedures.
Food engineering and physical properties of food: food preservation and processing operations, food waste recovery, process optimizations for improvement of food quality, separation and concentration of food components, analysis of physical properties of food, thermodynamic relationships, surface properties, sensors, rheology.
Food microbiology: food fermentation, enzyme production from microorganisms, application of enzymes in food processing and preservation, oenology, microbial growth/inactivation, research on foodborne pathogens.
Sensory and nutritive quality of food: research on flavour, colour and texture of food, quality attributes after processing and storage, preservation techniques, controlled or modified atmosphere storage and packaging, freezing or freeze drying, waste rearrangement and disposal.

Sub Track 3: Biological and Life sciences

Aerobiology, Astrobiology, Bioengineering, Bioinformatics, Biomedical research, Biotechnology, Synthetic Biology, Botany, Cell biology, Conservation biology, Cryobiology, Environmental biology, Genetics, Hematology, Integrative biology, Marine biology, Microbiology , Molecular biology, Neurobiology, Paleontology , Pathobiology or pathology, Physiology, Phytopathology Psychobiology, Sociobiology, Structural biology, Affective neuroscience, Biocomputers, Biocontrol, Biodynamics, Bioinformatics, Biomaterials,Biomedical science, Biomonitoring, Developmental biology, Environmental science, Ethology, Evolutionary biology, Evolutionary genetics, Food science, Genomics, Health Sciences, Immunogenetics ,Immunology, Immunotherapy, Kinesiology, Nanomaterial Science, Sports science Structural biology, Systems biology, Zoology.

Sub Track 4: Food Science & Nutrition

Chemistry of food ,Food microbiology, safety, and risk assessment, Metabolic, molecular, and genetic mechanisms in nutrition, Safety and security analysis of global food supplies, Food preservation, storage, and hurdle technology, Food toxicology, Engineering of food processing technologies, Handling and packaging of foods, Quality assurance of food products, Food oral processing, Health and nutritional implications of food, Bioavailability and disease prevention, Nutritional methodologies, behaviors, and modeling, Sensory and consumer science, Community and international nutrition, Enology and fermentation technology, Food and dietary supplement ,Health claims, Interdisciplinary research spanning food science and nutrition.

Sub Track 5: Agricultural Sciences

Agriculture research on plant production, utilization, biomass, and environment ,Horticulture ,Fisheries science, Forestry, Sericulture ,Agriculture Engineering ,Agricultural Marketing, Banking & Co-operation, Agricultural & Food Systems, Crop Production, Crop establishment and variety choice, Livestock Production, Management & Economics, Soil Use & Management, Plant, diversity, Agronomy, Animal Production, Agronomy of Combinable Crops, Cereal agronomy, Business Management, Financial Management, Organic Farming, Agricultural & Rural Policy, Grassland Management and Ecology, Farm Business Administration, Nature Conservation, Land Management, Cereal Management and Marketing, Agronomy of Root Crops, Animal Welfare, Dairy Production, Equine Management.

Conference Date: January 13-14, 2018
Conference Venue: Crowne Plaza JFK Airport NYC New York, USA
TENTATIVE CONFERENCE AGENDA

To contribute to the oral and poster programs, please submit your manuscript.

SATURDAY, JANUARY 13
09:00am – 09:30am Arrival of Participants & Registration
09:30am – 9:45am Opening Ceremony & Welcome
09:45am – 10:00am Introduction to the Conference
10:00am – 10:30am Coffee/Tea Refreshment
10:30am – 12:00pm Parallel Session I (Allocated rooms)
12:00pm – 01:00pm Lunch
01:00pm – 03:30pm Parallel Session II (Allocated rooms)
03:30pm – 04:00pm Coffee/Tea Refreshment
04:00pm – 05:30pm Parallel Session III (Allocated rooms)
05:30pm Conference Concludes
Conference Second Day CBC

The second day is assigned for (discretionary) networking and Tourism activities (expenses will be borne by individuals).

NOTE CONFERENCE PROGRAM:

Please note the conference details are subject to change.

Conference Registration Policy:

All delegates are requested to contact at sdae@cbconsultant.education get the account detail and to make the payment. Please be aware that the registration fee is nonrefundable. We must receive the full Registration fee. Transaction cost will be borne by the authors.
Attendees registration fee must be received through bank transfer. Otherwise their participation will not be confirmed and secretariat will not be responsible for their registration.
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The registration fee includes:

Certificate of Participation

Conference Material Kit

Mid-session Refreshments

Free CBC Membership

Conference Day Lunch

Delegates Early Bird Fee Normal Fee
Faculty members / Professionals / Practitioners 400 USD 500 USD
Students 300 USD 400 USD
Additional Author 300 USD 350 USD
Additional Paper(s) 300 USD 350 USD
Attendee/Listener 350 USD 400 USD
Keynote Speaker 350 USD 400 USD
Skype Presenter 200 USD 300 USD
Early Bird Date for this conference is November 30, 2017

Please be advised that your registration fee does not include travelling and accommodation expenses, please ensure that you have your own accommodation arrangement before travelling.

Below are some guidelines to help you prepare your presentation.

Oral Session:

Presentation room will be equipped with multi-media and laptop. Presenters need to bring their own power point presentation slides. Please arrive at your session meeting room at least before the session begins.

Poster Session:

Poster Sessions advertise your research. Posters size should be a maximum of 3ft(h) x 4ft(w) (.91m x 1.2m). Depending on the venue layout, posters could be displayed on a wall or mounting board. Presenters are responsible for producing their actual poster and visual materials that comprise the presentation, specialized mounting materials, printing of any handouts, and Sign-up sheet and/or business cards to record interest or follow-up for the presentation.

Virtual Session:

Presenters are required to submit their Skype ID before the conference due date.

Prof. David F. Barbe
University of Maryland, USA

The CBC invites presenters to become a Session Chair.
The duties of the Session Chair include, but are not limited to:

Introduction of every presenter including their biography.
Management of presentation time.
Run question and answer session upon completion of presentation.

Individuals that are interested in participating as a Session Chair, please email your Resume or CV to sdae@cbconsultant.education

Proposals from those who would like to facilitate a panel discussion are welcomed. The proposals may address any of the topics falling within the scope of the conference themes. If you are interested in organizing Panel Discussion, please email your proposal to sdae@cbconsultant.education
Submissions should be in MS Word format.
The proposal must include:

Title
Panel Chair(s)
Speakers Name, Affiliation and Email Address
Scope
Objective and Motivation

Conference Venue:

Crowne Plaza JFK Airport NYC New York, USA
138-10 135th Avenue
Jamaica, New York
11436 United States

New York City comprises 5 boroughs sitting where the Hudson River meets the Atlantic Ocean. At its core is Manhattan, a densely populated borough that’s among the world’s major commercial, financial and cultural centers. Its iconic sites include skyscrapers such as the Empire State Building and sprawling Central Park. Broadway theater is staged in neon-lit Times Square.