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  • The Third Conference-Session Topics (2017)
  • Date:2017-03-09 13:12:02 Author:本站原创 Hits:622
  • Human health is heavily impacted by the surrounding environment, starting from the mother’s uterus, our first home. Increasing studies are trying to interpret the language of our body reaction to the environment pollutants. On one hand, new findings continue to have been accumulated for traditional contaminants, including their environmental fate, eco-toxicity, and human exposure. On the other hand, increasing number of new and emerging contaminants have been added to the list of human health concerns. It is therefore necessary to strategize a long-term plan examining the interplay between environment pollution and human health. In June 2015, we successfully hosted the First International Conference on Environmental Pollution and Health, with more than 200 researchers all over the world attending the meeting. Moreover, in June 2016, we successfully hosted the Second International Conference on Environmental Pollution and Health, with more than 600 researchers all over the world attending the meeting. Building upon the success and impacts of the first and second meetings, we are looking forward to having the third one.

    In 2017, the third conference will have more than 800 scientists enrolled. The session topics and Chairs are shown in the following:

     

    1. Assessing Environmental Pollution Effects on Ecosystem under Multi Stresses

    Chair:    He Shang, Research Institute of Forest Ecology, Environment and Protection Chinese Academy of Forestry, China

                  Koike Takayoshi, Hokkaido University, Japan

    2. Bioaccumulation and Bioavailability of Legacy and Emerging Organics

    Chair:    Dave T.F. Kuo, City University of Hong Kong, HK

                  Wen-Xiong Wang, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, HK

    3. Environmental Pollution Control and Bioremediation

    Chair:    Wai-Chin Li, The Education University of Hong Kong, HK

                  Jian-Wen Qiu, Hong Kong Baptist University, HK

    4. Environmental Pollution Control and Remediation-Advanced Water Pollution Control and Resource Recovery

    Chair:    Ji-Dong Gu, The University of Hong Kong, HK

                 Xiao-Yan Li, The University of Hong Kong, HK

                 Yu-Feng Yan, Jinan University, China

    5. Land-applied Sewage Sludge Wastes: Chemical, Microbial and Plastic Constituents and Their Fates

    Chair:    Michael Gaylor, Dakota State University, USA

                  Hope Juntunen, Dakota State University, USA

                  Jeong-Eun Oh, Pusan National University, Korea

                  Kenneth Sajwan, Savannah State University, USA

    6. Microplastics in Environments: Source, Distribution, and Biological Effects

    Chair:    Jung-Hwan Kwon, Korea University, Korea

                  Won Joon Shim, Korea Institute of Ocean Science and Technology, Korea

    7. Nanotechnology and Nanomaterials: Environmental Applications and Implications

    Chair:    Hong-Bo Ma, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, USA

                  Hong-Yu Zhou, Jinan University, China

    8. New Issues and Challenges with Emerging Contaminants (Analytical Method)

    Chair:    Roland Kallenborn, Norwegian University of Life Sciences, Norway

                  Xiang-Dong Li, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, HK

                  Charles S. Wong, University of Winnipeg, Canada  

    9. Perfluorochemical, Antibiotics and Antibiotic Resistance in the Environment and Related Effects

    Chair:    Hui Li, Michigan State University, USA

                  Jin-Xia Liu, McGill University, Canada

    10. Persistent Toxic Substances-Contaminated Sites and Human Health

    Chair:    Xia Huo, Jinan University, China

                  Tao Zhang, Sun Yat-sen University, China

    11. Pharmaceuticals and Personal Care Products in the Environment and Related Effects

    Chair:    Rai Kookana, Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation, Australia

                  Guang-Guo Ying, Guangzhou Institute of Geochemistry, CAS, China

    12. Trends in Air pollution, Climatic Change and Health Effects (a)

    Chair:    Eugen S. Gurzau, Babes Bolyai University, Romania

                  Shao Lin, University at Albany, State University of New York, USA

                  Phlip C. Nasca, University at Albany, State University of New York, USA

    13. Trends in Air pollution, Climatic Change and Health Effects (b)

    Chair:    Ta-Yuan Chang, China Medical University, Taiwan

                  Xue-Xi Tie, University Corporation for Atmospheric Research, USA

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