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ACEER 2023 - The 5th International Conference on Advances in Civil and Ecological Engineering Research

Date2023-07-04 - 2023-07-07


VenueMacau, China China



Topics/Call fo Papers

Conference Proceedings: Lecture Notes in Civil Engineering (Published by Springer, indexed by EI, Scopus)
Topics of interest for submission include:
Civil Engineering
• Construction Engineering and Management
• Structural Engineering
• Geotechnical Engineering
• Bridge Engineering
• Geological Engineering
• Tunnel, Subway and Underground
• Earthquake Engineering
• Coastal Engineering
• Transportation Engineering
• Water Resources Engineering
• Urban Planning and Design
• Cartography and Geographic Information System
• Geological Resources and Engineering
• Green Building Technologies and Materials
• Fluid Mechanics
• Hydraulic and Hydrologic Engineering
Environmental and Ecological Engineering
• Environmental Landscaping
• Protection and Reclamation of Soils
• Air Quality and Atmospheric Pollution
• Environmental Monitoring
• Sustainable Development
• Meteorology and Climate Change
• Heavy Metals in the Environment
• Renewable Energy Technologies
• Water Pollution and Treatment
• Biogeochemistry and Biogeochemical Modelling
• Wetlands and Aquatic Ecosystems
• Restoration and Protection of Environment
• Noise Treatment Engineering
• Solid Waste Treatment and Disposal
• Cleaner Production and Recycling Economy
• Ecological Risk Assessment and Management
Brief Program
July 4, 2023 Registration
July 5, 2023 Welcoming Speech, Keynote Speeches, Invited Presentations & Oral Presentations, Welcome Banquet
July 6, 2023 Invited & Oral Presentations
July 7, 2023 One day Technical Investigation in Macau
About Macau:
Macau is a Special Administrative Region (SAR) of the People's Republic of China, and it is located on the Southeast coast of China to the west of the Pearl River Delta. It has a prosperous economy featuring four pillar sectors: tourism & gambling, export processing (mainly textiles and garments), banking, and construction & real estate. It is a combination of regions and architecture including squares, churches and temples that demonstrate how Chinese and Western cultures have blended over the past 400 years.
Famous Attritions in Macau
1. The Ruins of St. Paul's: The Ruins of St. Paul's refer to the facade of what was originally the Church of Mater Dei built in 1602-1640, destroyed by fire in 1835, and the ruins of St. Paul's College, which stood adjacent to the Church. As a whole, the old Church of Mater Dei, St. Paul's College and Mount Fortress were all Jesuit constructions and formed what can be perceived as the Macau's "acropolis". Close by, the archaeological remains of the old College of St. Paul stand witness to what was the first western-style university in the Far East, with an elaborate academic programme. Nowadays, the facade of the Ruins of St. Paul's functions symbolically as an altar to the city.
2. A-Ma Temple: A-Ma Temple already existed before the city of Macau came into being. It consists of the Gate Pavilion, the Memorial Arch, the Prayer Hall, the Hall of Benevolence, the Hall of Guanyin, and Zhengjiao Chanlin (a Buddhist pavilion). The variety of pavilions dedicated to the worship of different deities in a single complex make A-Ma Temple an exemplary representation of Chinese culture inspired by Confucianism, Taoism, Buddhism and multiple folk beliefs.
3. Macau Fisherman's Wharf: Macau Fisherman's Wharf is a 111,500m² park and the first-ever cultural, themed and creative attraction in the tourism industry of Macau. It is centrally located in the outer harbour and it is not purely a theme park, but also combines dining, shopping, entertainment, accommodation, convention and exhibition facilities in one single location which takes just a 5-minute walk from the Macau-HK Ferry Terminal and Heliport. Be it for business or pleasure, visitors are able to find a brand new experience in this entertainment complex
ACEER 2023 Organizing Committee

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