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Innovation through Networking and Dissemination of Knowledge​

International Conference on Nature Science, Education, and Engineering 2021 (ICNSEE 2021), Toronto

Conference Co-Chairs: Prof. M. Rafiqul Islam and Prof. Mohammed Nurul Alam

Venue: Virtual (Toronto, Canada)

Date and Time: July 29, and 30 2021 (Thursday and Friday), 8 AM to 5 PM.

This conference is organized by Society of Nature Science, Education, and Engineering (www.snsee.org) and sponsored by NSRIC Inc. (www.nsric.ca). In addition, the conference is collocated with the International Conference on Computer Applications and Information Technology 2021 (ICCAIT21) at the same venue.

Call for paper

Uniqueness of humanity is in human’s ability to think conscientiously. On the tangible side, the uniqueness of humans is in highest efficiency energy functions of the brain. It is no surprise that the evolution of human civilization is synonymous with how it meets its energy needs and how the environment is nurtured. Few would dispute that humans have become progressively more civilized with time. Yet, for the first time in human history, an energy crisis has seized the entire globe and the very sustainability of this civilization and the integrity of the environment itself has suddenly come into question. If there is any truth to the claim that Humanity has actually progressed as a species, it must exhibit, as part of its basis, some evidence that overall efficiency in energy consumption has improved and environmental integrity been restored. In terms of energy consumption, this would mean that less energy is required per capita to sustain life today than, say, 50 years earlier. Unfortunately, exactly the opposite has happened. Only recently, the oil price tumbled to a negative territory ever. For the oil business, which is used to roller coaster rides in prices, this was a new low and highlights the need for a paradigm shift in managing this valuable resource, which is the driver of modern civilization. The scenario has become more complex by invoking ‘climate change hysteria’, which is not based on science. This hysteria has been displaced by yet another hysteria, namely Covid-19 and global reaction and residual impact of those reactions.

In this yearly conference, a true paradigm shift is invoked by introducing fundamentally novel concepts in all aspects of energy, environment, lifestyle and health. Zero-waste engineering, zero-interest economics, 100% sustainability, 100% natural remedy to physical and mental ailments, truly sustainable education are some of the major themes of the conference series.

Topics to be covered:

Track 2: Environment

  • Global warming
  • Produced water from commercial activities
  • Science of climate change
  • Sustainable water treatment
  • Traffic problems and solutions in third world countries
  • Urban pollution management
  • Zero-waste engineering

Track 3: Globalization and New World Order

  • Causes of civil war and authoritarianism,
  • Decolonial/non-western political thought
  • Deliberative democracy
  • Peace, justice and rule of law
  • Predicting elections
  • Terrorism and war on terror
  • Responsibility as a global citizen
  • USA 2020 election

Track 4: Science and Engineering Applications

  • Unconventional energy resources
  • Non-renewable energy
  • Bio-medical Instrumentation
  • Artificial Intelligent Application in Engineering & Science
  • Engineering Project Management
  • Health, Safety and Environment in Engineering Sites
  • Green Buildings
  • Smart Buildings
  • General Science topics
  • Other engineering topics

Track 5: Lifestyle

  • Preventative medicinal practices
  • Science of intermittent fasting
  • Science of Yoga, Qi-gong, and meditation
  • Sustainable food processing

Track 6: Public Health and Medicine

  • Post COVID–19 policy making
  • Remedial medicinal practices
  • Science of COVID–19
  • Science of vaccine
  • Traditional chinese/Islamic medicine

Track 7: Research-based Education

  • Graduate (Masters, Doctoral)
  • Educational technology
  • K-12 (Kindergarten to Grade 12)
  • Online education
  • Post-secondary (Undergraduate)

Track 8: Emerging Topics

  • Empowering global citizen
  • Medicine
  • Novel theories
  • Remote sensing and monitoring
  • Testing and detection tools

Track 9: Computer Science and IT

  • Knowledge modeling
  • Nature mimicking and emulation
  • Applications of artificial intelligence and data mining in fields of study
  • Artificial intelligence and data mining
  • Big data analysis and cloud computing
  • Biomedical data analysis
  • Cybersecurity
  • Data mining and data visualization
  • E-commerce
  • Financial data analysis
  • Hardware engineering
  • Image processing
  • Information technology
  • Internet of things and cloud computing
  • Machine Learning
  • Modeling real intelligence
  • Networking and Communication
  • Pattern recognition
  • Software engineering
  • Website design and development
  • Other interdisciplinary topics

Track 10: All other Interdisciplinary Areas


Track 1: Sustainable Energy

  1. Emerging technologies in coal and petroleum processing
  2. Greening petroleum operations
  3. Nuclear energy
  4. Solar energy
  5. Theories of sustainability
  6. Wind energy

Track 2: Environment

  1. Global warming
  2. Produced water from commercial activities
  3. Science of climate change
  4. Sustainable water treatment
  5. Traffic problems and solutions in third world countries
  6. Urban pollution management
  7. Zero-waste engineering