16th International Conference on Environmental Science and Technology Conference 4-7 September 2019, Rhodes Island, Greece
The Organizing and Scientific Committee of CEST2019, invites you to participate in the 16th International Conference on Environmental Science and Technology (CEST2019). The conference will be held on the island of Rhodes, Greece from 4 to 7 September 2019.
The conference is hosted by the University of the Aegean in Greece in collaboration with the Region of South Aegean (Greece), the University of Salerno (Italy) and the Imperial College London (UK). It is also supported by UNESCO’s World Water Assessment Programme. The main organiser is Global NEST (Network of Environmental Science and Technology). With members from over 60 countries, Global Nest is a multi-disciplinary, international scientific movement which focuses on innovative environmental issues.
CEST biennial series has become one of the worldwide leading environmental event gathering experts, scientists, entrepreneurs as well as representatives of public administration and social initiatives presenting state-of-the-art research and addressing emerging environmental issues. The previous event, CEST2017, was the most successful event since the series was initially launched in 1989, with 460 participants from 75 countries originating from 6 continents (Europe, Asia, Africa, North America, South America and Australia). The programme included 415 oral and 253 poster presentations from 25 unique research areas. Participants also benefited from the interaction with 15 distinguished scientists that were invited and delivered keynote and plenary talks.
All the papers that are selected for either oral or poster presentation undergo a review process. As a result of the improving quality of the papers in previous conferences, their proceedings have been included in databases, such as Science Citation Index (ISI) and SRCosmos. Since 2015, the papers that are presented in CEST, are submitted to cooperating journals for review and publication in special issues.