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INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON ENGINEERING, APPLIED SCIENCES AND SYSTEM MODELING
The many scientific, economic, societal, climatic and environmental challenges facing the world requires sustainable technological and engineering solutions. In Africa, reports from international organizations reveal these challenges are cute and further exacerbated by a surge in population especially amongst the youths in urban communities. Presently, tremendous demands for services are having impacts on the development of infrastructure including energy production, civil engineering, communication, transportation, manufacturing, etc. Therefore, emerging strategies from various actors including scientists, engineers, and other key decision-makers are required to address these complex challenges cutting across several domains to meet the present and future demands of the population in Africa.
ICEASSM’2019, the 2nd International Conference on Engineering, Applied Sciences and System Modeling, will be held on December 11-13, 2019, in Sunyani, Ghana, in close partnership with the Université de Lorraine (UL), the University of Energy and Natural Resources (UENR). The conference will bring together researchers, engineers, and practitioners with interests in advancing applied and engineering sciences in modeling and solving existing global challenges, especially in Africa.
Sponsored by the International Organization for Science and Engineering (IOSEA) in Africa, the ICEASSM’2019, in partnership with UL and UENR, offers through this event, the opportunities for researchers, engineers, experts and enterprise managers to exchange knowledge, experiences and innovative ideas about their various practices from their different countries. Furthermore, the conference offers delegates an excellent opportunity to network and explore synergies for cooperative research grants applications and business partnership.
The conference covers a broad range of themes of regular papers, posters, and tutorials cutting across various disciplines. Topics of interest include, but not limited to the following:
- modeling and fundamental sciences (mathematics, physics, chemistry, data science, computer science, signal processing, materials, energy);
- applied sciences and technologies (electronics, electrics, mechanics, control theory, data science);
- sustainable engineering (manufacturing, mechanical systems, industrial systems, transport systems, production systems, logistics, biomedical systems, information systems, communication, development infrastructure, operational safety, risk management);
- education and training in the fields of applied sciences and engineering.
The conference warmly welcomes articles that seek to advance scientific research into the domains that have led to original and innovative contributions. Experts are also invited to deliver tutorials lectures about research methodologies, analytical methods, sustainable engineering, modeling, and simulation. Please, submit your contribution to EasyChair.
The 2nd International Conference on Engineering, Applied Sciences and System Modeling (ICEASSM’2019) will be held on December 11-13, 2019, in Sunyani, Ghana. The ICEASSM’2019 is sponsored by the “International Organization for Science and Engineering in Africa” (IOSEA) and will be hosted the University of Energy and Natural Resources (UENR). This conference aims to bring together researchers, engineers, and practitioners with interests in advancing applied and engineering sciences in modelling to exchange their experiences and expertise in solving these global challenges. It offers the opportunities to researchers, engineers, experts, and enterprise managers to bring innovative ideas in tackling global changes from various angles, to explore potential synergies and foster cooperative research grants applications and business partnership.
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