Correspondence Professional-Educational International Symposium Electrical Engineering and Electronics, Ecology and Environment, Sustainable Development and Self-Sustainability – CPFEIS –EEEEESDSS Topic 4

Editor, Radoje Jankovic

CPFEIS -EEEEESDSS, Call for Papers

Main Topics

  1. Electrical Engineering –Elektrotehnika
  • Electronic Engineering – Elektronika
  • Ecology – Ekologija
  • Environment and Nature – Priroda i životna
  • Sustainability and Self-Sustainability of the World Population

Dear colleagues and potential authors,

This professional-educational symposium is divided into 5 main parts (Topics), those dealt with by this international Portal-Site, and those are:

1. Electrical Engineering

2. Electronic Engineering

3. Ecology

4. Environment and Nature

5. Self-sustainability and self-sustainability of the world population

Branches, equipment, applications are covered through main categories, subcategories, thematic areas of subcategories as well as narrower or broader topics. Of course, it is not possible to cover all possible topics from each category and subcategory. Also, you can do your technical, educational, scientific, research-development and practical works on all other topics from the mentioned fields and they are not in this list.

You can start sending your extended abstracts on a maximum of 3-5 pages, in A4 format with illustrations, in 13 point font, from today. This Correspondence Symposium is hot time limited. Full length work you may sending after accepting your Abstracts.

The number of works is limited to max. 5 papers.

Works can be of multidisciplinary type.

Works should be original.

All photos and graphic illustrations must be original or obtained as well as borrowed from your friends and colleagues who are engaged in a certain type of work in practice either in your country or somewhere in the world and many are very accommodating as in my case that at my request they send everything I ask for or photos according to my wishes what I would like them to send me.

This is for the sole reason that there are thousands and thousands of works with the same illustrations and photos circulating on the Internet. You have to admit that it is very boring to see the same illustrations and photographs slightly “processed” or photoshopped so that you appear to be the “only” expert. And worst of all, many such illustrations and photographs have lost a lot of their quality, which is immediately obvious. These remarks and requests are for one reason only,

WE WANT TO BE AMONG THE BEST IN THE WORLD, so that everyone who visits the Portal has something to see, learn and be satisfied with content that is clear, precise and easy to understand.

Graphic illustrations must be professionally done.

When working in the field of electrical engineering and electronics, IEC graphic symbols must be used, exceptionally ASA graphic symbols can be used if they are compatible with IEC standards exceptionally. Pictorial diagrams and wiring diagrams must be very clear and legible, at least A4 or A3 format with legible text if any. The text of the work must be in one column (like this text) and never in two columns. Don’t skimp on the number of pages!

In works from the field of ecology, environment, sustainable development and self-sustainability, ready-made (template illustrations and thumbnails) illustrations of which there are thousands and thousands on many web sites and portals cannot be used. Your original ones are necessary, which you can take in your country or ask colleagues from other countries to take photos in their countries, and I believe that they will be happy to respond. This is what I do if you have had the opportunity to read my works on this portal of mine, illustrations and, if possible, your original photos (possibly borrowed, then you must put the source of the photo) – because we consider you to be experts and professionals, not amateurs and hobbyists. IT MUST BE SEEN THAT THE WORK WAS DONE BY PROFESSIONALS WITH GOOD PRACTICAL AND THEORETICAL KNOWLEDGE. Also, for your work, suggest a category within TOPICs to which you think the work belongs, and for the works mentioned in this paragraph, use standard and internationally established topics.

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All accepted works remain the property of EEEEEEPW-Portal. Accepted works will be published on our portal and will be free for use by all experts in the world with the obligation to cite the source and the portal site, otherwise they will be subject to established practices and penalties for violating copyright and publishing rights of our portal, EEEEEEPW-Portal. and for the works mentioned in this paragraph, use standard and internationally established topics.

You automatically accept the terms of this paragraph, otherwise your work will not be considered to be published on our portal, which is popular and is gaining more and more popularity in the world among all people who in any way deal with the fields covered by our portal, and thus and you lose your popularity as an expert, which we consider very important for each of our colleagues.

At the same time, you can use your works as well as other published works in your further practice when writing new works and studies that you will do.

If possible, we will print collections of thematic works or in the planned publications mentioned below, which will be available to the general public in printed form under the common name CPFEIS –EEEEESDSS  PUBLICATIONS with the appropriate subtitle.

Also, as I said, within the symposium we will try to issue or possibly print some of the following technical publications for educational and practical purposes, especially because the portal is PROFESSIONALLY EDUCATIONAL TYPE:

1. CPFEIS –EEEEESDSS  Illustrated Readers

2. Basic Level CPFEIS –EEEEESDSS  Educational Lessons

3. Medium Level CPFEIS –EEEEESDSS  Educational Lessons

4. High Level CPFEIS –EEEEESDSS  Educational Lessons

5. Advanced CPFEIS –EEEEESDSS  Educational Lessons

6. Specialized CPFEIS –EEEEESDSS  Lectures

7. Technical Brochures

8. Reference Papers

9. The best practice in use around the globe today…

Welcome to work, respected colleagues and friends, wherever you are in the world.

Let’s help each other, especially young people around the world, pupils, students, younger and older colleagues and especially beginners, who are eager for knowledge from real experts and professionals.

May the Almighty Lord God help us in our joint efforts.

Keep in mind that this call for your work will be updated from time to time, so check back often to see what’s new.

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Few Words on Environmental Science and Engineering

Here, the author tried to portray the thematic areas of the environment as a science that encompasses a wide range of topics. Some topics are less complex and some are more complex or quite complex, covering a broader view of the issue being addressed.

Thus, sub-topics can be set up as a whole within a single theme.

The topics listed here are an excellent choice for student papers, their seminary papers, master’s theses, masters papers, doctoral dissertation topics, research and further environmental development, its protection and sustainable environmental management worldwide.

Today, environmental science is very complex and difficult given the major problems evident around the world. Some problems are of catastrophic proportions with great difficulty and even the possibility of solving them in the near future.

Responsibility for the nature, environment, life and survival of peoples around the world is particularly pronounced today thanks to the massive and irresponsible exploitation of minerals and minerals around the world. Practically, nothing is taken care of, only the greatest progression and enrichment of a volatile man is at the expense of nature and natural resources.

In the following articles, I will outline a number of specific topics that can and must be addressed worldwide, ranging from elementary schools, high schools, colleges and universities, technicians, engineers, experts, specialists in various fields, environmental volunteers and fighters for the protection and advancement of ecology and life. and especially by those who ruthlessly exploit natural resources around the world.

In the addition of these topics I will show many problems through my original photos and some photos which I’m borrowed  from various pages and from my friends around the World.

Alphabetical order of categories used in practice – Environmental Science and  Engineering (Partial)

4.Environmental Science and Engineering Topics

1.Acid Rains

2. Aerated Lagoon

3. Agricultural Waste

4. Agricultural Waste Treatment

5. Agricultural Wastewaters

6. Air Pollution

7. Air Quality Control

8. Air Pollution Control Equipment

9. Alternative Energy Fuels

10. Anaerobic Digestion

11. Anaerobic Digesters

12. Anchialine Pools

13. Animal By-Product

14. Appropriate Environmental Technology

15. Aquatic Biomes

16. Aquatic Ecosystems

17. Artificial Ecosystems

18. Ash Ponds

19. Atmosphere, one of three Earth’s Spheres

20. Atmospheric Particulate Matter

21. Atmospheric Pollution

22. Balancing Ponds

23. Beaver Dams

24. Biochemical Cycles and Processes

25. Biodegradable Waste

26. Biodiversity

27. Biodrying Waste

28. Biofuel energy

29. Biogeographical Realms

30. Biogeography

31. Bio-Geothermical Gaseous Cycles (BGGC)

32. Bio-Geothermical Sedimentary Cycles (BGSC)

33. Biomedical Waste

34. Bioremediation

35. Biological Resources

36. Biosphere or Living Things (Air, Land, Water)

37. Bog Ecosystems

38. Boreal Forests Ecosystems

39. Brine Pools

40. Bulky Waste

41. Business Waste

42. Carbon Negative Fuel

43. Chaparral Ecosystems

44. Chemical Waste

45. Chemical Waste Pollution

46. Clinical Waste

47. Coffee Wastewater

48. Commercial Waste

49. Concrete Waste Pollution

50. Construction Waste

51. Consumable Waste

52. Continental Shelf Benthos Biomes

53. Controlled Waste

54. Conventional Agriculture or Only Sustainable and Self-Sufficient Agriculture

55. Cooling Ponds

56. Deforestation

57. Dematerialization Waste Concept

58. Demography

59. Demolition Waste

60. Desert Ecosystems

61. Deserts

62. Detention Ponds

63. Dew Ponds

64. Dog Waste

65. Domestic Food Production (DFP)

66. Domestic Waste

67. Downcycling Waste

68. Duck Ponds

69. Ecological Light Pollution

70. Ecosphere-Living Sphere (Atmosphere, Hydrosphere, Lithosphere)

71. Ecosystems

72. Ecosystems Energy

73. Ecosystem Stability

74. Efficient Energy Use

75. Electromagnetic Pollution

76. Electronic Pollution

77. Electronic Waste

78. Energy Development

79. Energy Entering Ecosystems

80. Energy Recovery

81. Environment

82. Environment Protection

83. Environmental Accidents

84. Environmental Analysis

85. Environmental Archaeology

86. Environmental Biology

87. Environmental Biophysics

88. Environmental Botany

89. Environmental Clean Technologies

90. Environmental Compatibility

91. Environmental Conservation

92. Environmental Contaminants

93. Environmental Control Systems

94. Environmental Crime

95. Environmental Crisis

96. Environmental Culture

97. Environmental Data Capture, Analysis, Storage, Transmission, Processing & Management

98. Environmental Design

99. Environmental Democracy

100. Environmental Detection and Sensing

101. Environmental Disasters

102. Environmental Economics

103. Environmental Effects

104. Environmental Electrochemistry

105. Environmental Engineering

106. Environmental Epidemiology

107. Environmental Ethics

108. Environmental Experiments

109. Environmental Fluid Mechanics

110. Environmental Forces as Change Drivers

111. Environmental Geochemistry

112. Environmental Geography

113. Environmental Geology

114. Environmental Hazards

115. Environmental Health

116. Environmental Health Engineering

117. Environmental Hydrogeology

118. Environmental Impact Assessment

119. Environmental Indicators

120. Environmental Information

121. Environmental Information Data Bases and Systems

122. Environmental Instrumentation

123. Environmental Investigations

124. Environmental Justice

125. Environmental Laboratories

126. Environmental Life Cycle Analysis

127. Environmental Management

128. Environmental Mathematics

129. Environmental Measurements and Methods

130. Environmental Measuring Instruments

131. Environmental Modeling and Models

132. Environmental Monitoring and Networks

133. Environmental Monitoring Systems

134. Environmental Nanotechnology

135. Environmental Optimization Processes

136. Environmental Photochemistry

137. Environmental Physics

138. Environmental Plant Physiology

139. Environmental Policy

140. Environmental Pollution

141. Environmental Pollutants and Polluters

142. Environmental Processes

143. Environmental Programs

144. Environmental Projects

145. Environmental Protection

146. Environmental Protection Equipment

147. Environmental Quality

148. Environmental Racism

149. Environmental Radiation

150. Environmental Remote Sensing

151. Environmental Research and Development

152. Environmental Responsibility

153. Environmental Restoration

154. Environmental Retrofitting

155. Environmental Risks Analysis and Management

156. Environmental Safety Equipment

157. Environmental Security

158. Environmental Sensors

159. Environmental Skepticism

160. Environmental Society

161. Environmental Sociology

162. Environmental Standards

163. Environmental Statistics

164. Environmental Stresses

165. Environmental Structures

166. Environmental Sustainability and Self-Sustainability

167. Environmental Systems

168. Environmental Terrorism

169. Environmental Testing

170. Environmental Testing Methods

171. Environmental Thermodynamics

172. Environmental Tourism

173. Environmental Toxicology

174. Environmental Transducers

175. Environmental Vandalism

176. Environmentally Self-Sufficient Living

177. Environmentally Self-Sustainable Living

178. Eutrophication

179. Evaporation Ponds

180. Facultative Lagoons

181. Fish Ponds

182. Flood Land Ecosystems

183. Food Waste

184. Food with zero artificial contents

185. Forest Ecosystems

186. Freecycling Waste

187. Freshwater Ecosystems (FWE)

188. Fuel Cell Energy

189. Fuel Cell Generators

190. Garden Ponds

191. Gaseous Waste

192. Gasification of Wastes

193. Generating Unsustainable Waste (GUSW)

194. Geothermal Energy Resources (GEER)

195. Global Environmental Self-Sustainable Future Society (GESSFS)

196. Global Food Self-Sustainability (GFSS)

197. Global Natural Warming (GNW)

198. Global Self-Sufficient Human Communities (GSSHC)

199. Global Self-Sufficient Self-Sustainable Society (GSSSSS)

200. Goldfish Ponds

201. Grassland Ecosystems

202. Green Waste

203. Grey Waste

204. Groundwater Pollution

205. Groundwater Resources (GWR)

206. Hazardous Materials in the Ecosphere

207. Hazardous Waste

208. Heat Land Ecosystems

209. Heat Waste

210. High Frequency Pollution (HFP)

211. Household Waste (Hazardous)

212. Human Activities Impact on Environment

213. Human Geography

214. Human Waste (Sewage Sludge)

215. Hydric Soil

216. Hydro Geography

217. Hydrogen Energy

218. Hydrosphere one of three Earth’s Spheres

219. Ice Ponds

220. Immersion Ponds

221. Industrial Metabolism

222. Industrial Waste (Slag, Fly Ash, Sludge)

223. Industrial Waste Management

224. Industrial Waste Pollution (IWP)

225. Industrial Waste Treatment

226. Industrial Wastewater Treatment

227. Inert Waste

228. Infiltration Basins

229. Infinity Pools

230. Inorganic Waste

231. In-Vessel Waste Composting

232. Kettle Ponds

233. Kitchen Waste

234. Koi Ponds

235. Lake and Ponds Ecosystems

236. Land Pollution

237. Land Recycling

238. Landfarming

239. Light Pollution

340. Liquid Waste

241. Lithographic Cycles Through the Earth’s Great Spheres

242. Lithosphere one of three Earth’s Spheres

243. Litter

244. Living Communities

245. Local Self-Sufficient Human Communities (LSSHC)

246. Log Ponds

247. Loss of Biodiversity

248. Main Global Environmental Self-Sustainable Problems (MGESSP)

249. Man Made Environmental Disasters (MMED)

250. Mangrove Swamp Ecosystems

251. Material Flow Analysis

252. Marine Debris

253. Marine Ecosystems

254. Marine Geosystems

255. Material Cycles in Living Systems

256. Materials Recovery Facilities

257. Mathematical Geography

258. Mechanical Biological Waste Treatment

259. Mechanical Heat Waste Treatment

260. Medical Waste

261. Melt Ponds

262. Metabolic Waste

263. Microwave Radiation Environment Pollution

264. Mill Ponds

265. Mineral Waste

266. Mining Waste

267. Mixed Waste

268. Mining Waste Pollution (MWP)

269. Molten Salt Oxidation

270. Mountain Ecosystems

271. Municipal Solid Waste (MSW)

272. Natural Climate Change (NCC)

273. Natural Ecosystems

274. Natural Environmental Changes

275. Natural Food Security

276. Natural Overpopulation (NOP)

277. Natural Pools

278. Natural Renewable Resources (NRR) (Oxigen, Water, Sunlight, Timber, Marine Life, Plant Life, Rainforests, Marine Phytoplankton, Animals and Wildlife)

279. Natural Versus Artificial Food (NVAF)

280. Natural Versus Artificial Pesticides (NVAP)

281. Non-Renewable Energy Resources (NRER)

282. Natural Resources Depletion (NRD)

283. Northwestern Coniferous Forest Ecosystems

284. No-Till Farming Agriculture (NTFA)

285. Nuclear Waste

286. Nutrient Pollution

287. Nutritional Cycles in the Ecospheres

288. Ocean Acidification

289. Ocean Ecosystems

290. Oceanography

291. Oil Spill

292. Open Defecation Waste

293. Organic Waste

294. Overconsumerism

295. Overfishing

296. Overpoduction

297. Ozone Layer

298. Packaging Waste

299. Physical Geography

300. Phytoremediation of Soil

301. Plant Geography

302. Plasma Arc Waste Disposal

303. Plastic Waste Pollution (PWP)

304. Plunge Pools

305. Polar Ecosystems

306. Polishing Ponds

307. Pollution by High-Frequency Radio Waves

308. Pollution by Microwaves

309. Pollution From Nanomaterials

310. Pond Ecosystems

311. Populations and Communities

312. Post-Consumer Waste

313. Precycling Waste

314. Preserving Biodiversity

315. Pyrolysis of Wastes

316. Raceway Ponds

317. Radioactive Contamination

318. Radioactive High Lev el Waste

319. Radioactive Low Level Waste

320. Radioactive Mixed Waste (Radioactive/Hazardous)

321. Radioactive Spent Nuclear Fuel

322. Radioactive Waste

324. Radiation Waste Pollution (RWP)

325. Radio Spectrum Pollution

326. Recursive Recycling of Waste

327. Recyclable Waste

328. Recycling Waste (Ecological)

329. Reflecting Pools

330. Regional Self-Sustainable Human Communities (RSSHC)

331. Renewable Natural Energy Resources (RNER) (Oxigen, Water, Sunlight, Timber, Marine Life, Plant Life, Rainforests, Marine Phytoplankton, Animals and Wildlife)

332. Residual Waste

333. Resource Recovery

334. Retail Hazardous Waste

335. Retention Ponds

336. Reuse of Excreta

337. River Ecosystems

338. Sag Ponds

339. Salt Evaporation Ponds

340. Salt Lakes Ecosystems

341. Salt Marshes Ecosytems

342. Savannas Ecosystems

343. Scrap Metal Waste

344. Sediment Ponds

345. Self-Sufficient Agriculture (SSA)

346. Self-sufficient household (SSHH)

347. Self-sufficient self-sustaining household (SSSSHH

348. Self-Sufficient Living (SSL)

349. Self-Sufficient Self-Sustainable Living (SSSSL)

350. Self-Sufficiently Use of Water Resources (SSUWR)

351. Self-Sustainability

352. Self-Sustainability of Man (SSM)

353. Self-Sustainability of Nature (SSN)

354. Self-Sustainable Agriculture (SAA)

355. Self-Sustainable and Self-Sufficient Energy (SSSSE)

356. Self-Sustainable and Self-Sufficient Human Survival (SSSSHS)

357. Self-Sustainable Economy (SSE)

358. Self-sustaining energy or Self-sufficient energy or Self-satisfying energy

359. Self-Sustainable Food Production (SSFP), No-Harms the Environment

360. Self-Sustainable Household (SSH), Samoodrživo domaćinstvo

361. Self-Sustainable Living

362. Self-Sustainable Mining (SSM)

363. Self-Sustainable Human Communities (SSHC)

364. Self-Sustainable Human Settlements (SSHS)

365. Self-Sustainable Human World (SSHW)

366. Self-Sustainable Living (SSL)

367. Self-Sustainable Local Communities (SSLC)

368. Self-Sustainable Local Development (SSLD)

369. Self-Sustainable Mining (SSM)

370. Self-Sustainable Production (SSP)

371. Self-Sustainable Regions (SSR)

372. Self-Sustainable Rural Development (SSRD)

373. Self-Sustainable Rural Living (SSRL)

374. Self-Sustainable Human Survival (SSHS) (Concepts, Practice, Methods)

375. Self-Sustainable Tourism (SST)

376. Self-Sustainable Society (SSS)

377. Self-Sustainable Water Resources (SSWR)

378. Self-Sustainability

379. Self-Sufficient Agriculture

380. Septic Tanks

381. Settling Ponds

382. Sewage

383. Sewage Treatment

384. Sharps Waste

285. Ship Waste

386. Sick Modern Building Syndrome (SMBS)

387. Slaughterhouse Waste

388. Soil Bioremediation

389. Soil Conservation

390. Soil Contamination

391. Soil Remediation

392. Soil Pollution

393. Solid Waste

394. Solid Waste Treatment

395. Solar Ponds

396. Sound Pollution

397. Stepwells

398. Stew Ponds

399. Stream Pools

400. Streams Ecosystems

401. Subtropical Deserts

402. Surface Runoff Liquid Pollutants

403. Sustainability

404. Sustainable Energy

405. Sustainable Human Settlements

406. Swimming Pools

407. Taiga Ecosystems

408. Tailings

409. Tarns

410. Temperate Forest Ecosystems

411. Terrestrial Biomes

412. Terrestrial Ecoregions

413. Terrestrial Ecosystems

414. Terrestrial Ecozones (TEZ)

415. Terrestrial Geosystems (TGS)

416. Thermal Pollution

417. Tide Pools

418. Toxic Waste

419. Tropical Forest Ecosystems

420. Tropical Rainforest Ecosystems

421. Tropical Rainforests

422. Tundra Ecosystems

423. Tunnel Compostin of Waste

424. Uncontrolled Mining Waste Pollution (UMWP)

425. Upcycling Waste

426. Urban Geography

427. Urban Heat Islands

428. Urban Lumverjacking

429. Urban Runoff Wastewater

430. Vernal Pools

431. Waste Autoclaves

432. Waste Collection

433. Waste Composting

434. Waste Disposal Technology

435. Waste Disposal in the Ecosphere

436. Waste Hierarchy

437. Waste Incineration

438. Waste Landfills

439. Waste Management Concepts

440. Waste Management Equipment

441. Waste Management Technology

442. Waste Minimization

443. Waste Picking

444. Waste Ponds

445. Waste Recycling

446. Waste Sorting

447. Waste Stabilization Ponds

448. Waste-To-Energy Processing

449. Waste Transfer Stations

450. Waste Treatment

451. Wastewater

452. Waste-Water Treatment

453. Water Cycle – Hydrologic Cycle in Nature

454. Water Aeration

455. Water Garden

456. Water Pollution

457. Water Purification

458. Water Quality

459. Water Resources

460. Water Stagnation

461. Waterborne Diseases

462. Water Supply Problems

463. Water Treatment

464. Water Treatment Processes

465. Water Treatment Equipment

466. Water Well

467. Windrow Waste Composting

468. World Energy Self-Sustainability

469. World Food Self-Sustainability

470. World Water Self-Sustainability

471. World Resources Self-Sustainability

472. World Environmental Health Society (WEHS)

473. World Self-Sufficient Self-Sustainable Society (WSS-SSS)

474. World Self-Sustainable Society (WSSS)

475. Zero Artifical Content-Things Food (ZACTF)

476. Zero Waste Recycling

477. Zoogeography

At the end of this Topic, are you ready for writing your articles?

Good Luck My Friends!