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International seminar on civil and infrastructure engineering 2008 for environmental sustainability

13.02.2008
Call for papers & participants. Authors are invited to submit their abstracts in the field of Structural Engineering, Geotechnical and Highway Engineering, Water Resources and Wastewater Engineering, Construction Engineering and Project Management before 15th February 2008.

Objective: To provide a platform for the academia and the researchers to exchange technical, scientific and professional knowledge and ideas within and across sectors of Civil and Infrastructure Engineering.

1. To create awareness among the researchers to identify solutions to the problems encountered/anticipated and strategise framework for future development.

2. To provide a link for the researchers to interact and discuss with the participants worldwide.

Call for papers
Authors are invited to submit their abstracts in the field of Structural Engineering, Geotechnical and Highway Engineering, Water Resources and Wastewater Engineering, Construction Engineering and Project Management. All abstract must be submitted on and before 15th February 2008 for review by the Technical Committee.

English is the official language for this seminar and will be adopted in all publications and oral presentation. The abstracts should contain title of paper, name of authors, affiliations, contact details and summary of objectives, main findings and results of the study with limitation of not more than 400 words.

Abstracts can be sent by email to Secretariat at iscie08@yahoo.com or jucyber@yahoo.com or faxed to +603-55435275.

Who should attend: All academicians, scientists, researchers, developers, consultants, contractors, practitioners, students are invited to attend this seminar. Technical visits to interesting place will be arranged for seminar and short course participants (see updates from our website).

*Note that only presented papers will be included in the proceedings.

Norzaidi | ResearchSEA
Further information:
http://www.fce.uitm.edu.my/izzuan/ISCIE/home.htm

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