About IEEES 12 | Hamad Bin Khalifa University

The 12th International Exergy, Energy and Environment Symposium (IEEES-12) aims to bring together academics, researchers, scientists, technocrats, and practicing engineers, for an open discourse on disciplines ranging from energy to environment. The virtual symposium will include virtual and onsite presentations, plenary sessions, a devoted workshop on water issues, keynote talks, and several specialized parallel sessions within the scope of the conference themes from diverse disciplines.

This international symposium serves as a forum that promulgates ideas, experience, and knowledge of fellow researchers and engineers working on sustainable energy and environment systems across the globe.

IEEES-12 will cover a diverse range of cutting-edge topics, including Renewable Energy Technologies, Solar Energy, Oil and Gas Technologies, Smart Grids, Green and Electrified Transportation, Alternative and Clean Fuels, Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Technologies, Nuclear Energy, Desalination Technologies, Waste Water Treatment and Environmental Technologies.

The symposium is intended to increase the visibility and advancement of futuristic and cleaner technologies such as green energy, renewable energy, environmental science and e-mobility. Other highlights are smart cities, green buildings, energy management systems, and desalination technologies. It also addresses societal and environmental threats, unveiling the challenges in the life cycle assessment, CO2 reduction technologies, bio-waste utilization, wastewater treatment, nuclear energy and fuels for transportation.

Previous successful editions of the IEEES conference series were held at the following places:

  1. Izmir, Turkey (2003)
  2. Kos, Greece (2005)
  3. Evora, Portugal (2007)
  4. Sharjah, United Arab Emirates (2009)
  5. Luxor, Egypt (2011)
  6. Eurasia, Turkey (2013)
  7. Valenciennes, France (2015)
  8. Antalya, Turkey (2016)
  9. Split, Croatia (2017) 
  10. Katowice, Poland (2018)
  11. Chennai, India (2019)

About Hamad Bin Khalifa University 

Hamad Bin Khalifa University (HBKU), a member of Qatar Foundation for Education, Science, and Community Development (QF), was founded in 2010 to continue fulfilling QF’s vision of unlocking human potential. HBKU is a homegrown research and graduate studies University that acts as a catalyst for positive transformation in Qatar and the region while having a global impact.

Located within Education City, HBKU seeks to provide unparalleled opportunities where inquiry and discovery are integral to teaching and learning at all levels utilizing a multidisciplinary approach across all focus areas.

HBKU is committed to actively contribute to achieving the Qatar National Vision 2030 by building and cultivating human capacity through an enriching academic experience and an innovative research ecosystem. Through applying creativity to knowledge, students will have the opportunity to discover innovative solutions that are locally relevant and have a global impact.

At Hamad Bin Khalifa University – our students, faculty, staff, partners, and leadership – all share a common belief in the power of higher education and research to make a positive impact in the development of nations.

More information at www.hbku.edu.qa 

About Education City

Our flagship initiative is a campus of more than 12 square kilometers that hosts branch campuses of some of the world's leading educational institutes, a homegrown university, and other research, scholastic, and community centers. Together, these institutes make Education City a unique model of academic and research excellence, pioneering a new approach to multidisciplinary, global education and enabling breakthroughs that benefit Qatar and the rest of the world.

Total Students across our universities and schools: 8,000+
Universities located in Education City: 9
Schools as part of our Pre-University Education network: 11

More information at https://www.qf.org.qa/education/education-city

About Qatar

Qatar has been an independent sovereign state since 1971. Qatar comprises an 11,500 sq. km peninsula extending northwards into the Arabian Gulf. It has 563 km of uninterrupted coastline. The country’s population stands at 2.69 million and its capital city is Doha.

Local time is GMT/UCT + 3 hours. There are no daylight savings adjustments.
Qatar has a desert climate with year-round sunshine, very hot summers and mild winters. Mean monthly temperatures range from 17°C in January to 36°C in July, sometimes reaching highs of 40°C+ during the summer. Rain is infrequent, falling in brief showers mainly in winter.

Capital: Doha
Population: 2.6 million
Area: 11,500 sq. km
Language: Arabic
Religion: Islam
Currency: Riyal
Power Connection: The power plugs and sockets are of type D and G. The standard voltage is 240 V and the standard frequency is 50 Hz.

 More information at https://www.visitqatar.qa