Scientific Program

Conference Series Ltd invites all the participants across the globe to attend 4th International Conference on Earth Science & Climate Change Melia Alicante, Alicante, Spain.

Day 1 :

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Biography:

Alexander Trofimov has completed his MD (Doctor of Medicine) in 1998 from Siberian Branch of Russian Academy of Medical Sciences. During many years he was (until 2010) Chief of laboratory of Helioclimatopathology of Scientific Center of Clinical and Experimental Medicine. From 1994 and till now he is the Director of International Scientific Research Institute of Cosmic Anthropoecology. He has 7 patents, published 6 monographs and more than 65 papers in reputed journals.

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In 1975, in Novosibirsk, on the basis of Siberian Branch of the Academy of Medical Sciences, academician V.P. Kaznacheev (1924-2014) organized laboratory of helioclimatopathology of ICEM. For a long time (until 2010) it was the only in the USSR, in Russia and in the world academic scientific department, who studied the influence of heliogeophysical events and climate change on human health. The laboratory for the first time in the world has carried out simultaneous investigations in different geographic locations under the state program “The Sun. Climate. Man” in the periods of maximum and minimum solar activity, expedition work in the Arctic (Norilsk, Diхon), in the areas of direct extreme impact of solar corpuscular flows on a man. In the laboratory of helioclimatopathology the hypo-geomagnetic installation, which is the only in the world, has been created and tested. The installation simulates conditions of geomagnetic deprivation and biotropic consequences of the going of a man and mankind into the “open space”- space, unprotected by the magnetic field of the Earth. From 1992 in Spain, Sevilya, after the model demonstration at the World Exhibition “Expo 92” of computer-forecasting technology “Helios” to assess the prenatal formed risks of heliodependent diseases, on the initiative of Dr. J.E. Domingues a new scientific-medical direction “Cosmopathies” occurred and it is successfully developing. In 1994 a new scientific advanced post of Observers (by Carter-Tsiolkovsky)- International SRI of Cosmic Anthropoecology, located now in Novosibirsk Academgorodok, took the baton of heliobiological research, beginning in the XXth century by Russian professor A.L. Chizhevsky. In the Institute, 5 scientific heliobiological expeditions to the Far North, the middle latitudes, the Altai and the tropics have been held during 20 years. The effective non-medicinal helioprotective means, protecting a man from the Sun- induced genetic mutations, decreasing risks of heliodependent diseases, smoothing meteotropic reactions on changes of weather and climate and also reducing the rate of aging, have been developed, patented and tested.

Keynote Forum

Ioannis Michaloudis

Kingdom University, Bahrain

Keynote: Climatic Sculptureality project: Green roofs in Bahrain

Time : 10:45-11:10

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Biography:

Ioannis Michaloudis is a researcher and academic internationally acknowledged as one of the leaders in Art & Science and the first ever creator and researcher on the application of the NASA’s nanomaterial silica aerogel in Visual Arts and Design. He has completed his PhD from Paris I, Panthéon-Sorbonne University and Postdoctoral studies from School of Architecture & Planning, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). He is the Head of Interior Design in Kingdom University in Bahrain and had exhibited internationally in more than 20 Art & Science exhibitions. He had received the “Fulbright Foundation Award for Greek Artists” and the “Golden Lighthouse” in Alexandria XXIV Biennale of Art, cf.

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The Climatic Sculptureality project is an Art & Science research in collaboration with MIT’s Department of Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences, Associate Professor Dan Cziczo. This artistic project will examine processes of creating microclimatic conditions inside the diaphanous body of sculptures made off the space technology nanomaterial silica aerogel. The creative venture of the Climatic Sculptureality project will have some scientific and technological applications: • As a Scientific Visualization project on the bio-mimicry of microclimatic conditions and experimentation on greenhouse and climate change phenomena. • On memory and energy storage: We know that silica is a basic component for the fabrication of data storage devices. Silica aerogel could be used on memory and energy storage, as its internal nanoporous surface is enormous. • As the best insulator: a phenomenal energy saver that could be used on climate change issues. Silica aerogels are blue and orange for the same reason sky is blue & orange. And the reasons are Rayleigh & Mie scattering, these optical phenomena results when white light scatters off particles smaller than the wavelengths of light, particles typically of the size 5-20 nm. Aerogels contain nanopores of air that are only a few hundred times larger than atoms. This nanostructure made of silica act as particles that scatter white light and make the aerogel appear blue when the light heats the sculpture and orange when the sculpture is back lighted. So, if you keep a piece of silica aerogel in your hand, it’s like if you have a piece of Gulf sky in between your fingers!

Keynote Forum

Jaime Senabre

SINIF, Spain

Keynote: An overview of forest fires

Time : 10:20-10:45

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Biography:

Jaime Senabre (1966). Psychologist (UNED). He has extensive postgraduate training, achieving a total of five Masters, including: Master in Occupational Health, Safety and Workplace Risk by Camilo José Cela University of Madrid; Master of Psychopathology and Health, UNED; Master of Civil Protection and Emergency Management, University of Valencia. He is also a Diploma in Psychological Intervention in Emergencies and Disasters, Environmental Consultant, Expert in Human Resources and Criminology. Director and Chairman of the Scientific-Professional Committee of the National Symposium on Forest Fires -SINIF (2008-2015)- and creator of “SINIF Awards”, for Innovation and Technological Research, Prevention and Management Development on Forest Fires Member of: Spanish Society for the Study of Anxiety and Stress, Spanish Association for Clinical Psychology and Psychopathology.

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Keynote Forum

Cedo Maksimovic

Imperial College of London, UK

Keynote: TBA

Time : 09:55-10:20

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Biography:

Cedo Maksimovic’ Research areas: Applied ICT in Fluid Mechanics, Hydraulics, Hydrology, Storm drainage, Urban flood modelling/prediction and risk assessment, BGD-Blue Green infrastructure, Sustainable Rehabilitation of Urban Environmental Systems, Water asset management, Urban stream rehabilitation, River Basin Management and Smart urban water systems.Editor in Chief of URBAN WATER JOURNAL, (ISI) and of Urban Water Book Series published by Taylor and Francis. Published over 420 papers and authored and edited 42 books.

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