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AlHoceima City

Important Dates

Abstract due :
March, 30th , 2017
April, 9th , 2017

Abstract acceptance :
Between March, 30th and April 10th
Paper submission deadline :
April, 15th, 2017
Acceptance notification :
April, 20th, 2017
Final version due :
April, 25th, 2017
ICCEM 2017 :
May, 11th-12th , 2017
Paper submission deadline :
May, 20th, 2017
Acceptance notification :
May, 25th, 2017
Final version due :
May, 30th, 2017

Local Organizing Chairs

Pr. Mohamed Salahdine ELYOUBI
( Director, ENSAH )
Pr. Khadija HABOUBI
( Vice - Director, ENSAH )

ICCEM'2017 contact

Mohammed First University
National School of Applied Sciences (ENSAH), Al Hoceima, Morocco

Mail: iccem2017alhoceima@gmail.com
Phone: +212(0)539805714
FAX: +212(0)539805713

Pr. Hab Hab Jiří Jaromír Klemeš

Head of “Sustainable Process Integration Laboratory – SPIL”, NETME Centre, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Brno University of Technology - VUT Brno, Czech Republic and Emeritus Professor at “Centre for Process Systems Engineering and Sustainability”, Pázmány Péter Catholic University, Budapest, Hungary.

Previously the Project Director, Senior Project Officer and Hon Reader at Department of Process Integration at UMIST, The University of Manchester and University of Edinburgh. Founder and a long term Head of the Centre for Process Integration and Intensification – CPI2, University of Pannonia, Veszprém, Hungary. Awarded by the EC with Marie Curies Chair of Excellence (EXC). Track record of managing and coordinating 91 major EC, NATO and UK Know-How projects. Research funding attracted over 21 M€.

Co-Editor-in-Chief of Journal of Cleaner Production. He authored nearly 400 papers. A number of books published by McGraw-Hill; Woodhead; Elsevier; Ashgate Publishing Cambridge; Springer; WILEY-VCH; Taylor & Francis). Chairperson of CAPE Working Party of EFCE, a member of WP on Process Intensification and of the EFCE Sustainability platform.

Several times Distinguished Visiting Professor for Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Xi’an Jiaotong University; South China University of Technology, Guangzhou; Tianjin University in China; University of Maribor, Slovenia; University Technology Petronas, Malaysia; Brno University of Technology and the Russian Mendeleev University of Chemical Technology, Moscow. Doctor Honoris Causa of Kharkiv National University “Kharkiv Polytechnic Institute” in Ukraine, the University of Maribor in Slovenia, University POLITEHNICA Bucharest, Romania. “Honorary Doctor of Engineering Universiti Teknologi Malaysia”, “Honorary Membership of Czech Society of Chemical Engineering", "European Federation of Chemical Engineering (EFCE) Life-Time Achievements Award" and "Pro Universitaire Pannonica" Gold Medal.

Smart Cities Potential for Reducing the Environmental Footprints
One of the definitions of a smart city has been: An urban development vision to integrate multiple information and communication technology (ICT) and Internet of Things (IoT) solutions in a secured fashion to manage a city's assets.They includelocal information systems, schools, libraries, transportation systems, hospitals, power plants, water supply networks, waste management, law enforcement, and other community services. The goal of building a smart city is to improve the quality of life by using urban both informatics and adnavced technology to improve the efficiency of services and meet residents' needs. The important feature of a smart city is not just the integration of IT services. The smart city should have the smart inherited design to provide a high quality of life. One of the main features for quality of life is a clean and healthy environment with minimised greenhouse gases emissions and also more and more the haze-causing gases, minimised waste generation and optimised waste treatment facilities. To reach the desired state, the environmental impacts of these features should be quantified over the full life cycle – adopting the concept of "cradle to the cradle" – a concept known as the circular economy. One of the fast advancing approaches for the sustainability assessment are environmental footprints. The presentation will provide the overview of footprintsassessment for the smart cities. Recommendations are provided for minimising the footprints by designing and runningadvanced technologies consideringlow-emissions smart buildings, infrastructure, energy, waste and logistics.