Miri – 13 June 2011 – The 3rd Curtin University Technology, Science and Engineering (CUTSE) International Conference will be held at Curtin University, Sarawak Malaysia (Curtin Sarawak) from 8 – 9 November 2011 with the theme Innovative Green Technology for Sustainable Development.
The annual CUTSE conference has been organised by Curtin Sarawak’s School of Engineering and Science in collaboration with the Institution of Engineers Malaysia (Miri Branch) since 2006, and went international in 2008.
It provides an excellent platform for researchers, engineers, scientists, academicians, industry professionals as well as students of higher learning institutions to share and deliberate on the latest and relevant innovations, theories, practices and R&D findings related to green technology. They will also engage in constructive dialogue on that could lead to collaborative research initiatives in their respective fields.
Parallel sessions in mechanical, electrical, computer, civil and chemical engineering as well as several fields in the sciences will also be hosted over the 2-day conference.
The call for papers is now open. Abstract submissions are to reach the organisers by 30 June 2011, and following notification of acceptance, full paper submission by 1 August 2011. Final manuscripts are to be submitted no later than 1 September 2011.
Topics may include, but are not necessarily limited to, engineering science fundamentals; systems and control; mechatronics and ICT; structures, materials and manufacturing; and energy, environment and resources.
The best papers will be awarded and selected papers will be published in journals. The refereed conference proceedings, meanwhile, will be published on CD-ROM and distributed to all participants at the conference.
At last year’s conference, a total of 62 technical papers were presented on multi-disciplinary subjects covering electrical, computer, chemical, civil and construction, and mechanical engineering, and applied geology.
Those interested to participate are encouraged to take advantage of the early bird registration fees for local and international participants, including special rates for students.