Population growths have significant roles to play in the suistainability of the natural resources. Not only the number of people, but also the lifestyle, consumption patterns and land-use directly affect the resources. High levels of consumption and industrialization, inequality in wealth and land use distribution, inappropriate goverment policies, poverty and inefficient technologies contribute depletion of the natural and energy resources.
Some of the problems will arise from the uncontrolled exploitation of natural and energy resources, such as the depletion of fossil fuels, deforestation, greenhouse gases increase, water pollutin and soail erosion, which in turn lead to environmental degradation and major health problems.
The 1st International Conference on Energy, Environment and Information System (ICENIS) was successfully held on October 21st-22th, 2016 in Semarang. More than 150 regular participants and presenters attended the conference, in which about 100 paper have been published in Advanced Science Letters (Scopus-indexed Proceeding). To maintain the achievements, it is important to organize the ICENIS 2017 with theme "Enchancing Sustainability of Environment, Energy, Information System Management".
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany
University of applied Science-Emden/Leer-Germany
Center for International Foresty Research (CIFOR), Nepal
Federation University Australia
Chairman of National Research Council
Diponegoro University Indonesia
Univesiti Kebangsaan Malaysia Malaysia
Association of Informatics and Computer Science, Sampoerna University, Indonesia
All accepted papers will published in Scopus Indexed Web of Conferences : Environment, Energy and Earth Science - E3S. Selected Papers will be reviewed and published in Scopus - Indexed International Journal on Advance Science, Engineering and Information Technology.Submit
|Abstract Submission||Before June 1st, 2017|
|Abstract Acceptance Notification||On June 15th, 2017|
|Full Paper Submission||Before July 15th, 2017|
|Early Registration Payment||Before July 10th, 2017|