Science and Technology
11th & 12th February 2015
Sponsored by the Eurasia-Pacific Uninet
Environmental odour is a major concern of residents in the vicinity of odour sources. This workshop will treat the entire chain from the odour source, the dilution in the atmosphere up to the perception of odour by the nose of residents.
Prof. Dr.Gunther SCHAUBERGER
WG Environmental Health
University of Veterinary Medicine & Austrian Academy of Sciences
Veterinärplatz 1, 1210 Vienna, Austria +43 (1) 250 77 4574 email@example.com
The Third ACTUE International Symposium "Towards a Safe and Saving Underground Space"
Date: December 8-9, 2008
Location: Tongji University, Shanghai, China
Organizer: Austria-China Research Center on Tunnel and Underground Engineering (ACTUE), Eurasia- Pacific Uninet, Tongji University, Shanghai
The Comparison of Constitutional Law. Asian – European Dialogue
Date: November 25- 26
Location: University of Macau, Faculty of Law
Organizer: University of Macau, University of Vienna
Conference on "Water-for Future Generations"
Date: May 8-11, 2008
Location: Austria-China Research Centre for Environmental Protection, Yangling, China
Organizer: Eurasia-Pacific Uninet, Northwest A&F University, Yangling
This conference serves as a follow up activity of the conference on"Eco-Energies for Future Generations"
The main focus of this conference will be on water-related topics such as:
- Water Management
- Irrigation Water
- Drinking Water
- Hazard Water
- Industrial Water
- Hydro Power
1st Mongolian- Austrian Conference on Partial Differential Equations and Stochastics
Date: October 2-3, 2007
Location: Vienna University of Technology
Organizer: Eurasia- Pacific Uninet, Vienna University of Technology
The conference was attended by four mathematicians from the Mongolian Universityof Science and Technology and two mathematicians from the National University of Mongolia. Discussions took place on interactions between the different mathematical methods for partial differential equations as applied to the fields of mechanics, stochatics and the optimization of recent research findings.
Conference on "The Current Situation of Ger District in Ulaanbaatar"
Date: July 8-9, 2007
Organizer: Eurasia-Pacific Uninet, TU Vienna, Mongolian University of Science and Technology
Conference on "Eco-Energies for Future Generations"
Date: May 15-18, 2007
Location: Yangling, China
Organizer: Eurasia-Pacific Uninet, Northwest A & F University, Yangling
The main aim of the conference was to identify the current state of enviromental protection and eco-friendly energy in Austria and in China. The conference was opened with keynote speeches on the use of eco energy in both countries. The succeeding days of the conference were reserved for individual sessions dealing with Policies + Politics, Organic Substances and Bio Fuel. Each session was followed by a discussion and provided the participants with the opportunity to deal in depth with the different research findings.
The conference was attended by represenatives from austrian and chinese institutions, universities and companies.
International Symposium 2007 on Challenging Tunnel Construction
Date: May 2-4, 2007
Organizer: Eurasia-Pacific Uninet
This symposium is to continue the discussion between Chinese and Austrian tunnelling experts started at the “First International Expert Symposium on Undersea Tunnel Construction” in December 2005, at Tongji University in Shanghai. The Symposium 2007 is designed to attract owners, designer, researchers, contractors and suppliers.
In Austria as well as in China, many tunnels of all categories and diameters were built in the past and still more tunnels are under construction and will be built in the future. Modern infrastructure often demands underground construction works. Engineering challenges on modern tunnelling construction need permanent exchange of international experiences. In respect of complex tunnel projects in difficult geological ground conditions, the topic of this symposium will be: “Challenging Tunnel Constructions”. It is an opportunity to present, discuss or observe progress and state of the art with focus on complex problem solving for tunnels and tunnelling.