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ABOUT CONGRESS

Increase of population and demand for clean water, as well as deterioration of water resource quality and quantity are grand challenges of the century. Moreover, global climate change accentuates the already uneven distribution of freshwater, destabilizing the supply in water-stressed regions. Treatment of unconventional waters including; reclamation of wastewaters, brackish and seawater desalination, water loss reduction, deep groundwater uptake would be great potentials to augment water supply in the countries facing water scarcity.

The main objectives of the congress are to share the knowledge and experiences from the academia, private sector, water associations, and governments on the use of unconventional desalinated water, wastewater, rainwater, as well as the related technologies for supplying clean water to deprived zones such as Sistan and Baluchestan. Discussions on collaboration between the public-private knowledge owners and financing sectors presents opportunities in scaling up unconventional water treatment technologies for the humankind usage.

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  • THE SUBMISSION DEADLINE IS EXTENDED UP TO SEPTEMBER 1ST
Hereby, the extension of submission deadline to the UWTC-2021 is announced up to Aug 23rd.


  • All audiences and contributors can attend the virtual congress through webinar address as below:
  • webinar.usb.ac.ir/UWTC 
  • write your name and enter room as guest.
  • For virtual connection you need to install Adobe Connect.

PUBLICATION OF SELECTED PAPERS IN SPECIAL ISSUES OF TWO SCOPUS JOURNALS:
UWTC 2021 has teamed up with the Special Journals Issue on Advances in Environmental Technology (AET) and Journal of Renewable Energy and Environment (JREE). A number of selected high-impact full text papers will also be considered for the special journals issues. All submitted papers will have the opportunity to be considered for this Special Journals Issue. The paper selection will be carried out during the peer review process as well as at the Congress presentation stage. Submitted papers must not be under consideration by any other journal or publication. The final decision for paper selection will be made based on peer review reports by the Guest Editors and the Editor-in-Chief jointly.

KEYNOTE  SPEAKERS


Professor Adel Sharif

Title of Speech:
The role of science and technology in addressing the global challenges of water, food and energy.

Department of Mechanical Engineering Sciences, University of Surrey, UK.

Email: a.sharif@surrey.ac.uk


Professor Nasrin Moazami

Title of Speech:
Unconventional water: Microalgae products 
in the Context of Circular Economy

Iranian Research Organization for Science and Technology, Tehran, Iran.

Email: moazami@irost.ir


Professor Majid Amidpour
and
Dr Moahammad Zamen

Title of Speech:
Desalination with HDH technology and its application in seawater greenhouses.

Faculty of Mechanical Engineering K. N. Toosi University of Technology, Tehran, Iran.

and

 Faculty of Mechanical And Mechatronics Engineering
Shahrood University of Technology, Shahrood, Iran.
Email :
zamen@shahroodut.ac.ir
m_zamen@yahoo.com


Mr. Alireza Daemi

Title of Speech:
An overview of water resources management in IR of Iran: Focusing on the use of unconventional water resources

Former Vice Minister of Ministry of  Energy, Head of Directory Board of Hoordad Water and Clean Energy Development Company, Tehran, Iran.


 
Professor Noman Ahmed
 Title of speech:
Desalination as an alternative for developing countries: Challenges and Opportunities


 
Dean of Faculty of Architecture and Planning, Acting Director, Panjwani Hisaar Water Institute, NED University of Engineering and Technology, Karachi, Pakistan.
 
Professor Huang Zhiyong
 Title of Speech:
Construction and application of halophilic microbiome for high salinity organic wastewater treatment
 Tianjin Institute of industrial biotechnology, CAS, deputy director of Tianjin Key Laboratory of industrial biological systems and process engineering, Tianjin, China.

Dr. Sudeh Dehnavi   Title of Speech:
Development of  a platform for data, information, and knowledge transfer in the water sector
 Institute for Technology and Resources management in Tropics and Sub-tropics (ITT), University of Applied Sciences, Cologne, Germany.
Email: sudeh.dehnavi@th-koeln.de


Professor Marwan Alraggad 
 Title of Speech:
The reuse of treated wastewater as a contribution to the WEF Nexus in Jordan
 Executive Director,  Inter-Islamic Network for Water Resources Development and Management (INWRDAM)  
Amman, Jordan. 
Email:  mar_raggad@yahoo.com
 
Professor  Jauad El Kharraz

 Title of Speech:
Desalination as a climate change adaptation option in water-scarce countries

 Department of Thermodynamics and Earth Sciences, Global Change Unit, University of Valencia, Spain.
Email: 
jauad@uv.es

 
Dr. T. V. Ramachandra

 Title of Speech:
Optimal Management of water in Bangalore

Centre for infrastructure, Sustainable Transportation and Urban Planning [CiSTUP]
Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, Karnataka, 560 012, India.
Email: tvr@iisc.ac.in;  energy.ces@iisc.ac.in

 
Dr. Abbas Akbarzadeh

 Title of Speech:
Bright future of water using desalination as an unconventional water source in the Islamic Republic of Iran

Faculty Member and Head of water and wastewater research center,
 Water Research Institute,Tehran, Iran.

Email: 
a.akbarzadeh@wri.ac.ir





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