2nd International Summit on Conventional and Sustainable Energies (CSE) A

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Mon, Jul 29 12:00 AM 2024 - Tue, Jul 30 12:00 AM 2024
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2nd International Summit on Conventional and Sustainable Energies (CSE) A


Sustainable Energies 2020

Conference Series LLC Ltd takes the privilege to invite speakers, participants, students, delegates and exhibitors from across the globe to its premier Sustainable energies 2020, to be held during March 18-19, 2020, at Chicago, USA. This revered conference will be focusing on the theme “Sustaining Sustainable Energies for Sustained Growth”. 


Sustainable energies provides a forum for information on innovation, research, development and demonstration in the areas of energy conversion and conservation, the optimal use of energy resources, analysis and optimization of energy processes, mitigation of environmental pollutants, and Sustainable energies systems. Sustainable energies is also concerned with the attendant problems of modeling and forecasting, conservation strategies, and the environmental, social and economic impacts of energy policies and usage, including climate change mitigation and other environmental pollution reduction.

Sustainable energies 2020 Conference to be held in Chicago, USA with the theme of “Sustaining Sustainable Energies for Sustained Growth”. Sustainable energies Conference is going to help the people who are directly or indirectly related to the Electrical industry and academia. By this conference, people can share their views and ideas and can improve their knowledge about the advanced techniques to increase the productivity of the industries.

Sustainable energies Conference invites a common platform for Deans, Directors, Professors, Students, Research scholars and other participants including CEO, Consultant, Head of Management, Economist, Project Manager from business and industrial sectors across the world in order to establish a scientific relation between academic experts and other participants through information sharing and networking. Experts around the globe are going to meet on one platform of Sustainable energies Conference to introduce advance technologies and recent scientific explorations as well as future of Sustainable energies and electrical fields. Eminent speakers from all around the world are going to be united to introduce the most advance researches and technologies in Energy and other related fields. Sustainable energies Conference also enables a chance to conduct a workshop, symposium and exhibition to emerge new possibilities in the Electrical fields and other related sectors of energy. This conference will provide the sponsors for practical demonstration, product promotion and make a connection with eminent persons and other customers to receive new business line for future marketing.

The conference includes important topics such as Renewable Energy Resources, Energy System & Efficiency Improvement, Energy Sciences, Advanced Energy Technologies, Energy System & Efficiency Improvement, Energy Storage, Power Meters, Power Generation & System, Solar Cells, Climate Change Mitigation & Environmental Impacts of Energy Systems, Cloud Computing, as well as Future Trends and Advances.

Target Audience:

Engineers who are specialized on the particular topics like,

Renewable & Conventional Energy
Renewable Energy Associations
Business Entrepreneurs
Professors, Students, Researchers from Sustainable and Conventional Energy
Scientists and business professionals from Sustainable and Conventional Energy


Conference Series LLC Ltd invites all the participants from all over the world to attend “Sustainable energies 2020” during March 20-21, 2020 in Chicago, USA which includes prompt keynote presentations, Oral talks, Poster presentations and Exhibitions.

Track 1: Renewable Energy Resources

Renewable Energy Resources is gathered from renewable assets, which are actually recharged on a human timescale, for example, daylight, wind, rain, tides, waves, and geothermal warmth. Renewable vitality frequently gives vitality in four imperative ranges: power era, air and water warming/cooling, transportation, and country (off-matrix) vitality administrations. A large portion of the vitality sources on Earth start from the sun which comes about because of the warmth getting away from hot shakes underneath the Earth's surface and from the impacts of radioactive rot. The developing dispersion of renewable sources is because of the electrical framework. Vital hotspot for renewable vitality is sunlight based power, wind control, geothermal power and fossil fills. Real wellsprings of renewable vitality incorporate fossil powers. The most vital component of renewable vitality is that it can be bridled without the arrival of unsafe contaminations. As these benefits supply of energy to the framework, coordinating them into lattice operations is turning out to be progressively troublesome. Thus, there is a requirement for the advancement of a profoundly dependable, automatic and productive framework which permits the combination of renewable conveyed control era.

Track 2: Sustainability Energy in Science

The development, reconciliation, and utilization of information about Earth systems picked up particularly from the comprehensive and chronicled sciences, (for example, geography, nature, climatology, oceanography) composed with learning about human interrelationships picked up from the sociologies and humanities, keeping in mind the end goal to assess, moderate, and limit the results, provincially and around the world, of human effects on planetary frameworks and on social orders over the globe and into the future – that is, all together that people can be proficient Earth stewards

Track 3: Sustainable energies in transportation

Sustainable Transport is once in a while known as Green Transport and it is any type of transport that does not utilize or depend on decreasing normal assets. Rather it depends on renewable or recovered vitality as opposed to fossil fills that have a limited future. Maintainable transport frameworks make a positive commitment to the natural, social and monetary maintainability of the groups they serve. Customary transport arranging means to enhance portability, particularly for vehicles, and may neglect to enough consider more extensive effects. Yet, the genuine reason for transport is get to - to work, training, products and enterprises, loved ones - and there are demonstrated systems to enhance get to while at the same time decreasing ecological and social effects, and overseeing movement blockage.

Track 4: Solar Power

Sun based power is the transformation of vitality from daylight into power, either straightforwardly utilizing photovoltaics (PV), or by implication utilizing concentrated sun powered power. Concentrated sun powered power frameworks utilize focal points or mirrors and following frameworks to center an expansive range of daylight into a little pillar. Photovoltaic cells change over light into an electric current utilizing the photovoltaic impact.

Track 5: Biomass Energy

Biomass is an industry term for getting vitality by consuming wood, and other natural matter. Consuming biomass discharges carbon emanations, around a quarter higher than copying coal, however has been classed as a "renewable" vitality source in the EU and UN legitimate structures, since plants can be regrown.

Track 6: Hydroelectricity

Hydroelectricity is power that is made by the development of water. It is typically made with dams that piece a waterway to make a repository or gather water that is pumped there. At the point when the water is discharged, the immense weight behind the dam drives the dilute channels that prompt a turbine.

Track 7: Wind Energy

Wind energy is a type of sun based vitality. Wind vitality (or wind control) depicts the procedure by which wind is utilized to produce power. Wind turbines change over the active vitality in the twist into mechanical power. A generator can change over mechanical power into electricity.

Track 8: Tidal and Wave Energy Geothermal Energy

Exceptional floats, turbines, and different advancements can catch the force of waves and tides and change over it into clean, contamination free power. Like other renewable assets, both wave and tidal vitality are variable in nature. Waves are created by winds blowing over the surface of the sea. In any case, since waves traverse the sea, their entry time at the wave control office might be more unsurprising than wind. Conversely, tidal vitality, which is driven by the gravitational draw of the moon and sun, is unsurprising hundreds of years ahead of time.

Track 9: Geothermal Energy

Geothermal energy is the warmth from the Earth. It's spotless and practical. Assets of geothermal energy extend from the shallow ground to boiling hot water and hot shake found a couple of miles underneath the Earth's surface, and down significantly more profound to the amazingly high temperatures of liquid quiver called magma.

Track 10: Energy Conservation

Energy conservation alludes to the decreasing of vitality utilization through utilizing less of a vitality benefit. Vitality protection contrasts from productive vitality utilize, which alludes to utilizing less vitality for a steady administration.


2020 Upcoming Soon

Day 1 March 30, 2020
International B
09:00-9:30 Registrations
09:30-09:50 Opening Ceremony
Keynote Forum
09:50-10:25 Title: Optimization, modeling, and data sciences for sustainable energy systems
Panos M Pardalos, University of Florida, USA
10:25-11:00 Title: Aerodynamic optimization of wind turbine blades and wind energy
Ramesh Agarwal, Washington University, USA
Panel Discussion
Networking & Refreshment Break 11:00-11:20
Group Photo 11:20-11:25
11:25-12:00 Title: Energy and medically related products obtainable from Eucalyptus trees
Donald L Rockwood, President of Florida FGT, USA
12:00-12:35 Title: The sustainability of renewable energy policy around the world
Sandra Garren, Hofstra University, USA
12:35-13:10 Title: Noble metal based nanostructures for zero emission energy production-carbon
based vs carbon free catalysts supports, advantages and disadvantages
Nevenka R Elezovic, University of Belgrade, Serbia
Panel Discussion
Lunch Break 13:10-13:45
13:45-14:30 Title: Renewable energy utilization for power generation and role of energy storage
and demand response for improved reliability
Hashem Nehrir, Montana State University, USA
Renewable Energy Resources |Sustainability Energy in Science |Sustainable Energy in transportation
|Solar Power |Biomass Energy |Hydroelectricity |Wind Energy |Petroleum Engineering |Geothermal
Energy |Energy Conservation | Fossil Fuel
Session Chair: Akram Abu-aisheh, University of Hartford, USA
Session Introduction
14:30-14:50 Title: Voltage stability indicators, where are we?
Abdelrahman (Abdel) Karrar, The University of Tennesse, USA
14:50-15:10 Title: Smart low weight emulsifiers for efficient CoI2
utilization in enhanced oil recovery
Bjørn Kvamme, University of Bergen, Norway
Title: Plasma-catalytic dry reforming of propane over NiMoO4
nanosheets and
nanoflower catalyst supported on γ-Al2
Young Sun Mok, Jeju National University, South Korea
15:30-15:50 Title: Is the environment paying the price for renewable biofuels?
Zeynep Zaimoglu, Cukurova University, Turkey
15:50-16:10 Title: Hybrid solar/wind micro-grid systems
Akram Abu-aisheh, University of Hartford, USA
Title: Storage of CO2
in CH4
hydrate reservoirs: A win-win situation with option for zero
emission cycle through conversion of CH4
to hydrogen and CO2
Bjørn Kvamme, University of Bergen, Norway

Panel Discussion
Networking & Refreshment Break 16:25-16:45
16:45-17:05 Title: The conversion between the EU and Turkey energy policies
Zeynep Zaimoglu, Cukurova University, Turkey
17:05-17:25 Title: Modeling and simulation of an off-grid pv system with a battery storage system
Tareq Kareri, University of South Florida, USA
17:45-18:05 Title: Smart low weight emulsifiers for efficient CoI2
utilization in enhanced oil recovery
Bjørn Kvamme, University of Bergen, Norway
Panel Discussion

Day 2 March 31, 2020
International B
Keynote Forum
09:30-10:05 Title: Commissioning for net zero energy management and challenges
Mischa Morgera, MM Consulting and Associates, USA
10:05-10:40 Title: Sustainable energy production from natural water resources by sulfide driven fuel cell
Venko Beschkov, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Bulgaria
10:40-11:15 Title: Functional nanomaterials for sustainable energy
Michael K H Leung, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Panel Discussion
Networking & Refreshment Break 11:15-11:35
11:35-12:10 Title: Energy storage and solar power plants for a sustainable energy future
Elias Stefanakos, University of Florida, USA
12:10-12:45 Title: New-generation photovoltaic technology based on hybrid materials
Keyou YAN, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong kong
12:45-13:20 Title: Study of solar radiation at various incident angles on soft chemistry based
transparent conducting oxide (TCO) coated window glass
Prasanta Kumar Biswas, CSIR-Central Glass & Ceramic Research Institute, India
Panel Discussion
Lunch Break 13:20-14:05
14:05-14:25 Title: AIPG - aeroelasticy induced power generation
Jonathan Aaron Franco, California State Polytechnic University, USA
Title: Use of hybrid generation to reduce requirement of grid-scale battery storage while
emitting zero carbon dioxide
Jayanta S Kapat, University of Central Florida, USA
Title: Vauban of the east: Cultural, environmental and archetypal deep beauty in a
Pakistani urban development
Syed Saqib Shah, California State University, USA
Zoona Jerral, Kansas State University, USA
Title: Modelling the complex dimensions of scaling energy supply for Africa’s socioeconomic
Shingirirai Saviuos Mutanga, Africa Institute of South Africa, South Africa
Title: Sustainable design in housing architecture of Uzbekistan
Muhsin Hidirov, Samarkand state architectural and civil engineering institute, Uzbekistan
Orif Khaitov, Samarkand state architectural and civil engineering institute, Uzbekistan
15:45-16:05 Title: Synthesis and application of SrCO3
nanoparticles-incorporated CNFs for DUFCs
Saeed Al-Meer, Qatar University, Qatar
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Panel Discussion
Networking & Refreshment Break 16:05-16:25
Title: Rural population and energy: Costs and benefits of biogas plants development at
household level in three selected areas of Tigray, Ethiopia, Africa
Rahwa Gebre Tesfahuney, Mekelle University, Ethiopia
Title: The dynamics of cost overrun in public sector construction projects in developing
Richard Ohene Asiedu, Koforidua Technical University, Ghana
Title: Multi-walled carbon nanotube (MW-CNT) based electrodes for increasing the
performance of electrochemical supercapacitors.
Belqasem Aljafari, University of South Florida, USA
Video Presentation
17:25-17:45 Title: Modelling & control analysis of grid connected battery with renewable sources
Anitha Subburaj, West Texas A&M University, USA
17:45-18:05 Title: Smart city with clean energy enabled by magnetic sensing
Philip W T Pong, The University of Hong Kong, Hongkong
Panel Discussion
Closing Ceremony
Renewable Energy Resources |Electromagnetic and electrostatic storage |Electric Power Systems |
Wind Energy |Nuclear Energy |Petroleum Engineering|Biofuels & Biodiesels |Sustainability Energy in
Session Chair: Jayanta S Kapat, University of Central Florida, USA
Session Introduction

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