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The International Conference on Heavy Metals in the Environment is the oldest and one of the largest conferences on heavy metals which provides an integrated perspective on research, technology and management of all aspects of heavy metals in a trans-disciplinary context. This conference will provide a unique platform for sharing knowledge on the state-of-the-art research activities in all aspects of heavy metals among a broad international scientific community, policy makers and industrial personnel.

Date: 25.10.2020 - 29.10.2020
National/International: International
Language: English
Type: Conference
Location: Korea University, Seoul, Korea
Contact: The Secretary
Room No. 423
College of Life Science & Biotechnology (West Building)
Korea University
Anam-ro 145, Seongbuk-gu, Seoul 02841, Korea
Email : ichmet2020@gmail.com
Conference web site at:   http:⁄⁄ichmet2020.org


Program topics are:
  • Metals and human health   
  • Mercury in the environment: cycling, fate and health risk
  • Arsenic in soil, vegetation and water: distribution, biogeochemistry, risk assessment and mitigation   
  • Metals-microbe interactions   
  • Mitigating the global arsenic problem for contributing to meet the 2030 SDGs   
  • Risk assessment and remediation of metal contaminated sediments and flooded soils
  • Cycling of heavy metal: the hydrologic process and ecological effect   
  • Advances in heavy metal remediation technology   
  • Metals/metalloids in sediment-water systems
  • Metal(loid)s in Metal Mine Environments: biogeochemical processes and mineralogical immobilization
  • Metal contents in cultivated crops: nutritional needs versus food safety   
  • Management of land affected by diffuse metal contamination: taking control   
  • Interaction of metal (oxyhydroxide) nanoparticles with potential toxic metals: mechanisms and optimization
  • Plant micronutrient nutrition for better yield and combating malnutrition   
  • Ionic liquids: a greener alternative for heavy metal recovery from aqueous solutions   
  • Metals in the circular economy: novel, sustainable technologies for metal recovery from low-grade ores and wastes
  • Adsorption of heavy metals on biomaterials   
  • Mercury in the Environment: Cycling, Fate and Health Risk   
  • SMART biochar technology: A shifting paradigm towards advanced materials and healthcare research   
  • Functional porous materials for energy and environmental applications   
  • Advances in the application of biochar to the treatment of industrial wastewater and contaminated soils   
  • Role of biochar in the cycling of nutrients in water and soil environment   
  • Beyond soil remediation and pollutants adsorption: emerging environmental applications of biochar based materials
  • Remediation of heavy metal-contaminated soils through biochar interactions- adsorption/desorption, precipitation/dissolution, redox, mineralization/immobilization, plant uptake   
  • Heavy metals, organic contaminants, biochar, and human/environmental health
  • Biochar: development and application of biochar to mitigate climate change and to improve soil and water quality

Deadlines

May 31,2020Early registration at reduced fee
May 31,2020Submission of abstracts










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