Venue: University of Bordj Bou Arreridj Campus, Algeria.
Prof. Karim ABBAOUI (Head of the University)
Chairman of the Organizing Committee
Dr. Zahir ROUABAH
ANSOLE Coordinator and International Organizer
Prof. Daniel Ayuk Mbi EGBE
Chairman of the Scientific Committee
Prof. Nacer-Eddine CHELALI
The size of the Algerian Sahara could capture enough solar energy to meet the entire world's electricity needs, according to Mr. Kaveh Zahedi, Deputy Director, UNEP's World Conservation
Monitoring Centre based in Cambridge. This is one of the main reasons, which led our country to a significant launch program of the production of electricity from photovoltaic solar energy.
Indeed the sun lighting is one of the most valuable resources in Algeria that might ensure more economic growth, employability, less dependence to conventional fossil energy sources and
overall improved living conditions. In connection with the development of the Algerian energy industry, clean solar energy would at the same time reduce the carbon dioxide gas emissions
and contribute to the environment preservation.
The aim of INCOSOLE 2015 is to provide an interactive meeting forum for researchers, students, scientists, engineers, technology and business leaders from industry, authorities in a
convivial space, this to strengthen links, promote collaborations and share knowledge in regards to the treated subject of solar energy.
A comprehensive presentation of the state-of-the-art as well as research development and challenges in the photovoltaic field.
Discussion of the topics such as new materials, novel device concepts and applications.
Analysis of the opportunities and barriers hindering photovoltaics development in the world and in Algeria.
Supporting the foundation of national renewable energy association in Algeria.
Giving the opportunity to discuss drawn practical recommendations on the subject.
To derive profit from the universal world experiences in the domain of solar energy.
English, French and Arabic are the official scientific languages of the conference.
Only a selected number of presented papers in English language will be published in the ANSOLE website.
The interested person can submit an abstract (of no more than one page) for poster or oral presentation to INCOSOLE 2015 by mailing to:
Deadline for abstract submission: March 20, 2015
Notification of accepted abstracts: March 30, 2015
Full text submission (no more than six pages): 20 April 2015
To apply for an entry visa, some foreign participants will need an invitation letter from the organizing committee stating the date and venue of the event as well as the
hotel address, where the participants will lodge. Please request one by mailing to firstname.lastname@example.org
Registration fees will be paid at the secretarial desk of the conference.
IMPORTANT NOTICE 1
The registration fees for one person (for one abstract only) include conference materials incl. program, book or CD of abstracts, admission to all
scientific sessions, coffee breaks, accommodation and lunches.
IMPORTANT NOTICE 2
Participants from BBA University and ANSOLE members will pay 50% of the registration fees.
Deadline of the abstract submission is 20 March 2015.
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