ETEES20
       
EMERGING TRENDS IN EARTH AND ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES
2nd INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON

04 March - 06 March 2020. College of Earth and Environmental Sciences, University of the Punjab, Lahore

UNIVERSITY OF THE PUNJAB 
MINAR E PAKISTAN
FOOD STREET LAHORE
LAHORE FORT
RAILWAY STATION
LAHORE CANAL
JAHANGIRS TOMB
BADSHAHI MOSQUE

LAHORE


Lahore is the capital city of the Pakistani province of Punjab. It is the second largest and most populous city in Pakistan, after Karachi, and the 32nd most populous urban city in the world.

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Prof. Dr. Niaz Ahmad Akhtar            Prof. Dr. Sajid Rashid Ahmad                                         

       Vice Chancelor (PU)                         Conference Chairman

   

   

   

Wellcome to ETEES

I am pleased to announce that second international conference on Emerging Trends in Earth and Environmental Sciences will be held in Lahore, Pakistan on 4th March, 2020. Second international conference on “Emerging Trends in Earth and Environmental Sciences” will promote and disseminate the knowledge concerning several topics and technologies related to Environmental Science and Technology.

The main goal of ETEES is to bring together researchers, scientists and experts in universities, companies, institutions, communities, agencies, associations and societies to provide them a unique platform for sharing worldwide ideas as well as the recent developments on environmental science and technology. Special sessions, invited speakers, poster and oral presentations, and thesis presentations will be included to the conference program.

 

CONFERNECE TOUR

Being rich in cultural heritage, the city of Lahore offers variety of places to visit and cherish. The historical Walled City Lahore, Lahore Museum, Minar-e-Pakistan, Lahore For, Badshahi Mosque, Wazir Khan Mosque, Sightseeing Lahore tourist bus service, are worth watching. During conference tour will be conducted to Salt Mines of Khewra, world's second largest salt mine with its history dating back to its discovery by Alexander's troops in 320 BC.

CONFERENCE BROCHURE

INAUGRATION

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SECOND DAY

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PUBLICATION

All selected papers will be published in Pakistan Journel of Environmental Sciences (PJES) after the conference.

Conference Program

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Abtract Book

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