Joint Conference of ISEH 2020, ICEPH 2020 & G16 2020 Abstract Submission

Deadline for asbstract submission: March 1, 2020

Download the template and prepare your abstract for the conference:
ISEH 2020, ICEPH 2020 & G16 2020 Abstract Template
 
 

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Or the link: https://gowest.eventsair.com/iseh2020

An abstract must be submitted in English. Abstracts are accepted for poster and oral sessions. Both original and review presentations are welcome. For original research, an abstract must contain the following contents: Importance of the work and objectives; Methodologies; Main results and conclusion. Incomplete abstracts will be rejected. 

The word limit for an abstract is ONE page. The time for an oral presentation in a parallel session will be 15 minutes (12 min talk + 3 min Q&A). The time for a keynote talk will be 25 minutes (20 min talk+ 5 min Q&A). 

For invited delegates for an organised session, you are required to choose "ORGANIZED SESSIONS" on the system and choose the corresponding session topic provided by your session convenor. Organised sessions are listed based on the alphabetic order of the surnames of the 1st session convenors.  Invited delegates are those who have been invited by a session convenor and their abstracts have been approved by the session convenor for an oral presentation (15 minutes, 12 min talk + 3 min Q&A) or a poster presentation in the organised session.  Full list of organized sessions are available on the Conference website "Sessions" page. 

Keynote speakers: You are required to choose "ORGANIZED SESSIONS" to fill your details on the system, When you choose the session from "Organised Sessions", please select ".Keynote Session".

Academicians (Plenary speakers): You are required to choose "ORGANIZED SESSIONS" to fill your details on the system. When you choose the session from "Organised Sessions", please select ".Special session for Academicians".

Ordinary delegates, you are required to choose "GENERAL TOPICS" and tick the most appropriate topic when you submit your abstract online. The topics are listed here.

Word limit: One page! Do not exceed one page!

Abstract limit: One delegate is allowed to submit ONE abstract (excluding co-authorship with other delegates)! Choose your most important work to present in this conference!

General themes (Listed for general guidance only):

  • Agriculture: Food quality, Precision agriculture, nutrient management, agricultural soil quality, in-field variation
  • Air Pollution and Human Health
  • Big data, GIS and quantitative methods in environment and population health
  • Climate change and population health
  • Emerging pollutants in the environment
  • Environmental health and public health
  • Human exposure and mechanism
  • Links between environment and health, environment and genetic interaction
  • Medical geology and endemic diseases
  • New technologies: monitoring technologies, analytical technologies, soil remediation, waste water treatment, air pollution control
  • Microbial production of chalcogen nanoparticles
  • Pollutants: metals and metalloids; persistent organic pollutants and pesticides
  • Role of metals in biodegradation
  • Social impact assessment, economics and policies
  • Soil quality and risk assessment
  • Water quality and human health

General topics

(Ordinary delegates are required to choose the most appropriate topic on the online Abstract Submmission system!)
 
  • Agriculture
  • Air pollution and health
  • Arsenic
  • Big data and data analytics
  • Bioavailability and bioaccessibility
  • Biochar
  • Biogeochemistry
  • Bioreactor concepts and design
  • Cancer and environment
  • Clays, coal and health
  • Climate change and population health
  • Contaminated land
  • Disaster management
  • Ecological systems
  • Environmental geochemistry
  • Environmental health
  • Environmental management
  • Environmental monitoring
  • Food quality
  • GIS and quantitative methods
  • Health GIS
  • Heavy metals
  • Indoor air quality
  • Medical geology
  • Microbiology
  • Microplastics
  • Nanoparticles
  • New emerging pollutants
  • Pharmaceuticals
  • POPs
  • Risk assessment
  • Reactive transport modelling
  • Sediments
  • Sensors and technologies
  • Soil pollution and threats
  • Speciation of metals and metaloids
  • Urban environment
  • Water quality
  • Others