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    Call for Paper

    First World Congress on Information Technology in Environmental Engineering
    ITEE 2003, Technical University of Gdansk, Poland, June 24 - 27, 2003.
    http://www.icsc-naiso.org/conferences/itee2003/index.html

    Acquisition, storage and processing of environmental information are becoming vital to preserving the quality of human life. Potentially dangerous changes are happening in the atmosphere, oceans, animal habitats and places where hazardous materials are used, or have been discarded without adequate environmental protections.

    In recent years, information technology has become significant to all scientific groups and fields involved in environment engineering. Knowledge based systems which enable the study of environmental changes have been developed, are being extended to manage those environments. New paradigms for designing objects to enable easy disassembly and recovery of components contribute to reuse. Developments in exploiting alternative energy sources are reducing dependence on non-renewable resources. Surveillance techniques enable tracking of persons likely to threaten the lives of persons or their environment.

    The ITEE 2003 conference will provide a forum for exchanging information among pollution engineers, knowledge engineers and scientists. Some of the objectives include discussion of projects for long-term storage of data, data update and validation, and the consistency of data. Research topics and funding opportunities discussed at the conference will be of interest to all researchers. Another objective is to discuss means of assessing the potential of individual teams in implementation and modelling of large-scale systems.

    CONGRESS TOPICS
    Topics of Information Technologies in Environmental Engineering (ITEE'2003)
    1. Tools and measurement techniques
    Water and air pollution measuring
    Continuous monitoring of gaseous and particulate pollutants using state-of-the-art monitoring equipment
    Monitoring of meteorological parameters, dust, wet and dry deposition
    2. Formal methods and data processing techniques
    Pollution engineering and management
    Air quality management
    Environmental and water resource engineering
    Process studies
    Chemistry of air pollution
    Urban and suburban transport emissions
    Data assimilation and sensitivity analysis
    Data management
    Data access via the Internet
    Coupling of models and databases
    Updating of model calculation during run-time
    Data visualisation
    Data interchange formats and standards
    Geographic information systems
    Comparison of modelling with experiments
    Data analysis and observation
    Data processing and verification, including database management
    Data security - data mining
    Management and Distribution of Electrical Energy
    Power Distribution Systems
    3. Modelling and simulation problems
    Modelling of atmospheric chemical kinetics (gas and aqueous phases)
    Chemical transformation modelling
    Aerosol modelling
    Mesoscale meteorology
    Urban scale meteorology
    Emission models
    Coupling with radiative effects
    Numerical simulation of transport
    Numerical simulation of atmospheric chemical kinetics
    Inverse modelling
    Ground water pollution modelling
    Water pollution modelling and prediction
    Urban pollution modelling
    Models for ground water (groundwater), surface water, storm water
    Risk and environmental modelling
    Soft modelling
    4. Information systems
    System management
    Agent-based systems
    Planning for environmental engineering (EE)
    Intelligent systems for environmental engineering (EE)
    Artificial intelligence and expert systems for environmental engineering
            (EE)
    Architectures for building the systems
    Knowledge based integration
    Distributed computing environments
    WWW-based for EE systems
    Decision support systems - distributed systems
    5. Practical applications and experiences
    Practical solutions
    Systematic guide-lines
    Case studies, pilot projects and experiments
    Applications in the cities
    Application in agriculture

    SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM:
    Confirmed Plenary Speeches:
    Stanislaw R. Massel: 'Measurements, Data Processing and Modelling in the
    Modern Marine Studies'
    Jozef M. Pacyna: 'THE DPSIR Framework as a Scientific Support for Policy
    Response and Management Options in the Coastal Zone'

    Confirmed Keynote Speech:
    A. Sydow: 'Simulation Software for Air pollution Management'
    Confirmed Tutorials:
    Peter G. Anderson: 'Genetic Algorithms'
    Kurt Fedra: 'Urban Environmental Management: towards the City of Tomorrow'

    CALL FOR INVITED SESSIONS
    The organization of invited sessions is encouraged. Prospective organizers are requested to send a session proposal - consisting of 4-5 invited papers - to the general chair and respective area co-chair. Invited sessions should preferably start with the title and the purpose of the session and a tutorial paper. The registration fee of the session organizer will be waived, if at least 4 authors of invited papers register to the conference.

    CALL FOR WORKSHOPS AND OTHER CONTRIBUTIONS
    Several workshops/tutorials are planned for ITEE 2003. Each
    workshop will focus on a particular topic, and consist of several
    presentations and open discussions. The proposal for a workshop
    should include the title, topics covered, proposed speakers, targeted
    audiences, and estimated length (hours) of the workshop. The
    proposal should be submitted to the general chair and respective area
    co-chair by September 30, 2002, and the NAISO Planning department:
    planning@icsc.ab.ca

    SUBMISSION OF PAPERS
    Submission of papers can be done through our web site
    http://www.icsc-naiso.org/conferences/itee2003/indexsub.html

    IMPORTANT DATES
    Submission Deadline September 30, 2002
    Notification of Acceptance December 31, 2002
    Delivery of Manuscripts February 28, 2003
    Early bird-registration February 28, 2003
    Registration March 31, 2003
    Conference June 24 - 27, 2003

    ORGANIZING COMMITTEE
    Achim Sydow (Honorary General Chair)

    Cezary Orlowski Ph.D (General Chair)
    TU Gdansk
    Email: cor@zie.pg.gda.pl

    Edward Szczerbicki (Co-Chair)
    University of Newcastle, Australia
    Email: mees@cc.newcastle.edu.au

    CONGRESS ORGANIZER
    NAISO The Netherlands (Operating Division)
    P.O. Box 1091
    3360 BB Sliedrecht
    The Netherlands
    Phone: +31 184 496999
    Fax: +31 184 421065
    Email: itee2003@global-conf.org (Operating Division)
            planning@icsc.ab.ca (Planning Division)
            www.icsc-naiso.org/conferences/itee2003

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