International Conference on Environmental Forensics (iENFORCE)
In 2013, the Environmental Forensic Research Centre (ENFORCE) organized the first International Conference on Environmental Forensics (iENFORCE). The purpose of this conference is to provide an internationally leading forum for interaction between scientists, consultants and public servants engaged in the multi-disciplinary areas of environmental forensics. This first iENFORCE has managed to increase the visibility of ENFORCE and the Faculty of Environmental Studies internationally. The success of this first conference convinced ENFORCE to organize it on a regular basis. Hence, ENFORCE hosted the second iENFORCE in 2015.
However, after the iENFORCE 2015, ENFORCE was absorbed as a unit under the Faculty of Environmental Studies. Due to this, the Faculty of Environmental Studies now becomes the organizer for iENFORCE. Therefore, the Faculty of Environmental Studies has agreed to organize the third iENFORCE from 18 to 19 September 2018 at the Offices of the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research and Innovation), UPM.
On behalf of the International Conference on Environmental Forensics (iENFORCE2018) organising committee, it is our pleasure to invite you to our International Conference in September 2018 to be held in Universiti Putra Malaysia, Serdang, Malaysia. This conference provides an internationally leading forum for interaction between scientists, consultants and public servants engaged in the multi-disciplinary areas of environmental forensics.
Contaminant Sources and Detection, Analytical chemistry, Geochemistry, Atmospheric chemistry, Earth sciences, Marine sciences, Emerging pollutants, Environmental Fate and Transport Assessment, Geology, Hydrogeology, Oceanography, Meteorology, Energy and climate change, New Approach and Applications, Pollution control technology, Pollution prevention and remediation, Environmental conservation, Environmental resource management, Governance and Management, Environmental-related policy, Environmental planning, Life cycle management, Legal considerations, Socio-economic Factors, Public awareness, Forensic education, Risk assessment.