University of Zagreb, Zagreb, Croatia
Macedonian Academy of Sciences and Arts – Research Center ICEIM, Skopje, Macedonia
Instituto Superior Técnico, Lisbon, Portugal
Sustainability comparisons and measurements methodologies; Sustainable development as a driver for innovation and employment; Green New Deal; Decoupling growth from resources; Decarbonisation; Energy policy, Transport policy, Water policy and the energy-water interaction; Environmental policy, Agricultural policy; Employment and energy, transport, water and environment systems; Technology transfer and development; Social acceptance; Sustainable resilience of engineering systems; Sustainable tourism, Urbanism; Regional planning and cooperation; Sustainable islands; Research, innovation and development; Education in sustainable development; Cooperation for development; Energy system analysis, Water system analysis, Transport system analysis; Life cycle assessment, Environmental impact assessment, Eco-design and Eco-labelling, Product cycle assessment; Energy planning; Transport management; Renewable energy resources; Primary energy resources; Water resources; Food and agriculture; Renewable electricity generation systems; Thermal power plants; District heating and/or cooling infrastructures in future energy systems; Nano and micro technologies and science for sustainable development of energy, water, and environment systems; Carbon capture and storage/sequestration; Nuclear energy; Advanced sustainable energy conversion systems; Renewable heat systems; Biofuels and biorefineries; Hydrogen production and use technologies; Hybrid and electric vehicles; Other alternative fuels; Water treatment; Water Desalination; Wastewater treatment; Waste treatment, Waste to energy, Recycling waste; Pollution modelling; Heat and mass transfer modelling; Cogeneration, Trigeneration, Polygeneration; Storage; Smart energy networks; Energy efficiency in industry and mining, Energy efficiency in agriculture and aquaculture, Energy efficient appliances; Buildings; Energy markets, Emission markets; Political aspects of sustainable development;
In addition, acknowledging that regional coordination is the only feasible solution for gaining synergy effects for the small and only partially connected emerging energy markets of the South East European Region, the Conference will address the core goals of the Energy Community.
Prof. Zvonimir Guzović, Conference Secretary
Address: 2012 SDEWES Conference, FSB, Ivana Lučića 5, HR-10000 Zagreb, Croatia
For more information: www.ohrid2012.sdewes.org