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3rd International conference on Water Microbiology
Water Sustainability & Reuse Technologies, will be organized around the theme “Rejuvenating Innovation in WATER”

WATER 2018 is comprised of keynote and speakers sessions on latest cutting edge research designed to offer comprehensive global discussions that address current issues in WATER 2018

Submit your abstract to any of the mentioned tracks.

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  • Track 5-1Dynamics & Impacts of NOM in Water and Wastewater
  • Track 5-2NOM - Recycling Treatment Processes
  • Track 5-3Role of NOM in Desalination Processes
  • Track 5-4Innovative NOM removal processes in drinking water treatment
  • Track 5-5NOM in Water Supply Systems
  • Track 5-6Innovations In Characterization Measurement & Monitoring NOM
  • Track 5-7Climate Change & NOM - Aquatic Environment
  • Track 5-8Catchment Management Strategies - Reducing NOM In Raw Materials
  • Track 5-9NOM Modeling, Processes, Quantity & Quality-Trends
  • Track 6-1Analytical Biochemistry
  • Track 6-2Microfluidics
  • Track 6-3Molecular techniques based on genomics, proteomics and transcriptomics
  • Track 6-4Sequencing Technology
  • Track 7-1Detecting waterborne pathogens and toxins by biosensor based methods
  • Track 7-2Optical, electro-chemical and electo-mechanical sensors
  • Track 7-3Emerging devices
  • Track 7-4DNA amplification techniques - LAMP > PCR
  • Track 8-1Algal-Bacterial Interactions and Microbial Ecology
  • Track 8-2Harvesting Technologies
  • Track 8-3Algae-based Biorefineries
  • Track 8-4Advances In Wastewater Pond Technology
  • Track 8-5Advances In Wastewater Pond Technology
  • Track 8-6Experimental Methods, Algal Respiromentry. Monitory, Modeling and Process Control
  • Track 8-7Macroalgae-Based Technologies
  • Track 8-8Biofuels from Photosynthetic Microorganisms
  • Track 8-9Algal-Bacterial Photo-Bioreactors for Wastewater Treatment
  • Track 8-10Algae Downstream Processing - Valuable Products
 

 

  • Track 9-1Biofilms In Medical Devices
  • Track 9-2In Drinking Water Distribution Systems
  • Track 9-3Marine Biofilms
  • Track 9-4EPS
  • Track 9-5Biofilm Ecology
  • Track 9-6Biofilm Ecology
  • Track 9-7Biocorrosion, Biofouling, Bioleaching
  • Track 9-8Sampling & Quantification Methodologies
  • Track 9-9Tumour promotion & liver injury caused by oral consumption of cyanobacteria
  • Track 9-10Water blooms of cyanobacteria
  • Track 10-1Biological Treatment of Wastewater & Wastes
  • Track 10-2Chemical Treatment of Wastewater & Wastes
  • Track 10-3Nutrient Removal & Recovery
  • Track 10-4Advanced Treatment Processes & Innovative Technological Applications
  • Track 10-5Modeling & Design Interaction
  • Track 10-6Sludge Stabilization - Utilization - Disposal
  • Track 11-1Wetlands - Water Quality & Biodiversity
  • Track 11-2Wetlands & Carbon Footprint
  • Track 11-3Urban Wetlands: Treatment of CSO
  • Track 11-4Wetlands Improvement - Aeration, Nutrient Removal, Fuel Cells
  • Track 11-5Persistent Organic & Emerging Pollutants
  • Track 11-6Operation & Maintenance
  • Track 11-7Design Tools & Modeling
  • Track 11-8Case Studies
  • Track 12-1
  • Track 12-2
  • Track 12-3
  • Track 12-4
  • Track 12-5
  • Track 12-6Fecal Pollution with Next-Generation Sequencing Approach
  • Track 12-7Revolutionizing the study of microbial diversity
  • Track 12-8Challenges in the principles of technology, workflow, sequencing strategies
  • Track 12-9Pyrosequencing technology for recreational water quality
  • Track 13-1Microbial Indicators of fecal pollution
  • Track 13-2Environmental monitoring and management
  • Track 13-3Molecular diversity of microbial populations
  • Track 13-4Dynamics of Microbes - Geochips
  • Track 13-5Microbial bioreporter sensing technologies for chemical and biological detection
  • Track 13-6
  • Track 13-7
  • Track 14-1Omics technologies for in Silico Modelling to Understand Stress-Triggered Physiology of E. coli
  • Track 14-2Diarrhoeagenic E. coli
  • Track 14-3Escherichia coli Genome Plasticity and Evolution
  • Track 14-4Bacteriophage-based Strategies to Control Pathogenic E. coli
  • Track 14-5Understanding E. coli - Whole-genome Sequencing
  • Track 15-1Aquifers and ecosystems
  • Track 15-2Aquifers in watershed programmes
  • Track 15-3Artificial recharge of aquifers
  • Track 15-4Aquifers in agriculture and rain-fed agriculture
  • Track 15-5Urban groundwater
  • Track 15-6Aquifers in drinking water and sanitation programmes
  • Track 16-1Environmental Biogeochemistry
  • Track 16-2Aquatic Biogeochemistry
  • Track 16-3Climate change & Aquatic chemistry
  • Track 16-4Wetland restoration and ecosystem development
  • Track 16-5Microbial metabolism and element cycles
  • Track 16-6Biodegradation of pollutants

 

  • Track 17-1Nitrogen Mapping
  • Track 17-2Nutrient Management Case Studies
  • Track 17-3Nutrient Recovery
  • Track 17-4Sustainable Watersheds & Nutrient Pollution
  • Track 18-1Water Resource Management - Government Laws
  • Track 18-2Rain Water Harvesting & Use
  • Track 18-3Aerobic & Anaerobic Treatment
  • Track 18-4Environmental Management Systems
  • Track 18-5Operation & Monitoring of Small Wastewater Treatment Plants
  • Track 18-6Decentralized Domestic & Industrial Wastewater - Collection & Treatment Systems
  • Track 18-7Risk Assessment
  • Track 18-8Wastewater Reclamation & Reuse
  • Track 18-9Resources Oriented Sanitation
  • Track 18-10Effective & Efficient Wastewater Value Management
  • Track 19-1Forward Osmosis Technology
  • Track 19-2Zwitterionic polymer hydrogel
  • Track 19-3Solar desalination
  • Track 19-4Direct potable reuse
  • Track 19-5Renewable Desalination Units
  • Track 20-1Technology development and implement process
  • Track 20-2Biological Wastewater Treatment Solutions
  • Track 20-3Advancements in Technology
  • Track 20-4Advanced Oxidation Technology
  • Track 20-5Biological Filtration
  • Track 20-6Ion Exchange Technology
  • Track 20-7Ultraviolet Irradiation Technology
  • Track 20-8Two-Stage Membrane Filtration
  • Track 20-9Membrane Filtration Technology
  • Track 20-10Energy Saving
  • Track 20-11Technology Evaluation
  • Track 20-12Reverse Osmosis
  • Track 21-1Emerging Successful Bioremediation - Emerging Technologies
  • Track 21-2Biofilm Survival Strategies in Polluted Environments
  • Track 21-3Modern Methods in Microscopy for the Assessment of Biofilms in Bioremediation
  • Track 21-4Biofilm-mediated Degradation of PAHs & Pesticides
  • Track 21-5Hydrocarbonoclastic Biofilms
  • Track 22-1Articifial Intelligence in Robot Microscopes for detecting microbes in their natural environment
  • Track 22-2Observing Microbes in their own environment with AI powered Robot Microscopes
  • Track 22-3Planktons being the major source of water food-chain
  • Track 22-4Planktons loss will be reduced with AI & IT
  • Track 22-5Water - IT playing crucial role
  • Track 23-1Primary Production - Farming & Agriculture
  • Track 23-2Cleaning and Sanitation
  • Track 23-3Water source, treatment and quality
  • Track 23-4Sustainability Goals
  • Track 23-5Water Activity (aw) In Foods
  • Track 23-6Effects of Reduced aw on Food Safety
  • Track 23-7Analysis of Water Activity
  • Track 23-8Water Use & Waste Minimization
  • Track 24-1Water Microbiology Tests
  • Track 24-2Water Testing & Analysis
  • Track 24-3Bacterial Pathogens
  • Track 24-4Cleaning & Disinfection
  • Track 24-5Proficiency Testing for Food & Water Microbiology Laboratories
  • Track 24-6Infection Prevention & Control