The International Conference on Green Energy and Technology (ICGET) welcomes you to submit your research findings and experiences related to green/renewable energy and green technologies. The conference will have Invited Speakers from academia and industry, Technical Sessions, Exhibitions and Panel Discussion - through which - the ICGET will explore and discuss various issues that are related to the theme of this workshop. The motto of this Workshop to share and discuss cutting-edge issues on green energy and technologies, as well as, to share ideas on how we can move from the experiences of advanced parts of the World towards the developing regions, and work together for a better World.

Inform others and be part of it! We are exploring the technical co-sponsorship of various societies.

not limited to Topics of Interest (Paper Submission site: Courtesy to MicrosoftResearch's CMT)


Don't miss this opportunity to attend this conference!

Kitakyushu, Fukuoka, JAPAN Venue:

  • Green Energy
  • Solar Energy, Wind Energy, etc.
  • Green Technologies
  • Energy-saving Technologies
  • Green Growth - Policy, Laws, Pilot Projects, etc.
  • Social, Political & Economic Aspects on Green Growth
  • Green/Clean Technologies in Industry & Business Sectors
  • Green ICT
  • Green Chemistry
  • Energy-efficient/aware Computing, Networking & Data Centers
  • Sustainable Bio-energy Issues
  • Green Growth for Technologically-unreached People
  • Ahmed M. Galal Mansoura University, Egypt. Find out more
  • MAS Kamal The University of Tokyo, Japan (Institute of Industrial Science). Find out more
  • Samar K. Saha Santa Clara University, USA (Vice-President of Publications, IEEE Electron Devices Society). Find out more
  • Sergey Varlamov University of New South Wales, Australia (Senior Research Fellow and the Deputy Director ARC Photovoltaics Centre of Excellence in the School of Photovoltaic and Renewable Energy Engineering). Find out more
  • Shuzi Hayase Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan (Dean, Graduate School of Life Science and Systems Engineering. Supervisor, PRESTO, Japan Science and Technology Agency (JST), 'Photoenergy conversion systems and materials for the next generation solar cells' project). Find out more
  • Takahiko Miyazaki Kyushu University, Japan (Interdisciplinary Graduate School of Engineering Sciences).Find out more
  • Yasuki Kansha The University of Tokyo, Japan (Collaborative Research Center for Energy Engineering, Institute of Industrial Science). Find out more
  • Yoshimitsu Uemura Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS, Malaysia (Head, Center of Biofuel and Biochemical Research).Find out more
  • Yukihiko Nakata Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University, Japan (Director, Asia Pacific Innovation MAnagement Center (AP-IMAC)).Find out more

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