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Doctoral Symposium

 Call for doctoral symposium papers

The Doctoral Symposium will take place during SEES 2018 Conference in a separate room

To provide a forum for PhD students to present ongoing research and to share ideas with other experienced researchers.

PhD students will discuss their research ideas and first results

PhD students will receive a feedback from the audience

It is a good opportunity to know and react with many other students and researchers in the same field of research and interest.

SEES 2018 Doctoral Symposium plans to bring together Ph.D. students working on topics relevant with SEES 2018 conference topics:

Sustainable Energy:

  •    Energy management
  •    Global warming
  •    New perspectives of renewable energy
  •    Low energy architecture and energy efficiency
  •    Energy saving in buildings
  •    Renewable energy economics
  •    Energy storage
  •    Energy transformation from renewable energy system to grid
  •    Sustainable energy research and applications for industry 4.0
  •    Sustainable energy for electrical vehicles and components
  •    Artificial intelligence and machine learning studies for sustainable energies and applications
  •    Computational methods for sustainable energies
  •    Energy savings for vehicular technology, power electronics, electric machinery and control, and others
  •    Safety and security
  •    Renewable energy systems in smart cities
  •    Energy resources technologies (Bioenergy, Geothermal, Hydrogen, Hydropower, Ocean, Solar, and Wind )
  •    Environmental impact and sustainability

Environment Sensing:

  •  Remote sensing of environment
  •  Agriculture and food security
  •  Atmosphere, weather and climate
  •  Natural disasters monitoring, warning and response
  •  Geology
  •  Water cycle
  •  Marine and coastal environment, resources and dynamics
  •  Data and information systems and spatial data infrastructures
  •  Wastewater management
  •  Biochemistry and biology
  •  Remote sensing applications, Geo-information, geophysics
  •  Remote sensing & geo-information in education
  •  Oil exploration, Oil and Gas – Hydrocarbons
  •  Urban remote sensing
  •  3D Remote Sensing, Radar, Lidar, Thermal Remote Sensing


Eligibility: All PhD students starting from the first year,  and PhD student can submit Abstract, Short paper, or Regular paper about their current work and first results (if possible) regarding the PhD formation.

Submission: http://sees-conference.org/index.php/dates-submission