9th ISCEAS August 8-10, 2024 / OKINAWA, JAPAN

International Scientific Conference on Engineering and Applied Sciences


In August, Okinawa boasts vibrant coral reefs, pristine beaches, and cultural festivals, offering a perfect blend of natural beauty and traditional charm, and HEF has chosen this poetic season to invite you to participate in our 2024 WORLD TALK, WE TALK series of seminars held in Okinawa, Japan. The seminar will be held in Okinawa from August 8th to 10th, 2024. We welcome submissions and participation from academia and industry. The theme of this year is "Sustainable Energy and Social Inclusion: Innovation, Impact, and Co-building the Future."


2024 International Scientific Conference on Engineering and Applied Sciences (ISCEAS) is an international platform for scholars, researchers and practitioners to discuss interdisciplinary research and practices in the fields of engineering and applied sciences. The scholars are encouraged to submit full papers or abstracts on any aspect of engineering and applied sciences. All manuscripts submissions should be made using online submission system.

Our world is at a critical juncture where the demand for energy continues to rise, and the consequences of climate change are becoming increasingly evident. In response, it is imperative to explore innovative solutions that not only meet our energy needs but also contribute to social inclusion and environmental sustainability.

By co-building the future, we envision a society where energy solutions are not only technologically advanced but also socially inclusive, ensuring that the benefits of progress are accessible to all. We invite you to be a part of this transformative journey, where your contributions will play a crucial role in shaping a more sustainable, equitable, and inclusive future for generations to come. Together, let us explore new horizons and pave the way for a brighter and greener future.

If you have additional questions, please contact conference staffs at :
isceas@isceas.org

You may find the program overview HERE

Local Host Carl Bastian

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Inspired by the sayings, "those with the ability to act have a responsibility to take action" and "no-one can do everything, but everyone can do something", Carl is on a mission to leave the world in a better place for future generations. Carl is the Managing Director of non-profit Okinawa Coastal Protection Alliance (OCPA) , which brings likeminded marine conservationists together under a combined voice for enacting positive change in policy by actively engaging with the fisheries industry and local government to address environmental concerns and implement more sustainable practices. 

He also founded the Okinawa Sea Turtle Conservation NPO CHURAMURA in 2020– a grassroots team of over 30 volunteers who are hands-on, passionate and dedicated, coordinating prefecture wide efforts to protect the endangered Sea Turtle nesting and feeding habitats through outreach and community engagement. Their goals include creating a marine conservation education center along with Japan's first ever Sea Turtle Rescue Center and the establishment of Japan's first Sea Turtle coastal protected Sanctuary for nesting mothers. Please follow and support their work here: www.churamura.org 

Carl has been an active member of AmCham Okinawa since 2010, Governor and Chairman of two committees, Tourism & Hospitality Committee and also the Sustainability Committee. 


Other memberships include: the Australian & New Zealand Chamber of Commerce Japan (ANZCCJ), Yomitan Chamber of Commerce, Yomitan Tourism Association, GreenGlobe, Japan Sea Turtle Association etc.


SPECIAL SESSION

"Sustainable Energy and Social Inclusion: Innovation, Impact, and Co-building the Future"
This conference features a special session on Sustainable Energy and Social Iclusion. Submissions to this session will not be classified into separate disciplines, but will be presented and discussed together. We hope to enrich the content of this theme through these submissions.Welcome all submission related to below topics, but not limit to:
Sustainable manufacturing
Renewable energy and Technology Innovation

The Coexistence Pathway of Environment and Technology

Sustainable Agriculture

Machine Learning for Sustainable Transportation
Sustainable Building Design

Circular economy and Applied Science

Waste Management and Engineering Innovation


ACADEMIC SESSIONS

Biological Engineering
Chemical Engineering
Civil Engineering
Computer and Information Sciences
Electrical and Electronic Engineering
Environmental Science
Fundamental and Applied Sciences
Power & Energy Engineering
Material Science and Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
System and Naval Mechatronic Engineering


DIG INTO OKINAWA 2024

Naha, Okinawa's capital, is a city steeped in history and culture. Once a key port in the Ryukyu Kingdom, it blends traditional influences with modern dynamism. Shuri Castle, a UNESCO site, reflects its royal past. Today, Naha boasts a mix of red-tiled roofs and skyscrapers, with Kokusai Street offering a lively showcase of local life. Explore the Tsuboya Pottery District, indulge in Eisa dance, and savor unique Okinawan cuisine. Naha serves as a gateway to Okinawa's natural beauty, with pristine beaches and historic sites like Shikina-en Garden. Okinawa emerges as a captivating island, harmonizing its historical legacy with contemporary allure. more


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Important Dates
Submission Deadline
April 8th, 2024
Notification of Acceptance
April 25th, 2024
Early Bird Registration Deadline
May 25th, 2024
Registration Deadline
June 15th, 2024
Conference Dates
August 8th-10th, 2024