The World Engineering Summit (WES) 2015 will take place on July 21 – 24 at Suntec Singapore Convention & Exhibition Centre. WES is a high profile conference organized by IES to further their mission of “advancing and promoting the science, art and profession of engineering for the well-being of mankind”.
Climate change impacts are real and touches every area of engineering. Engineers are seeking better, cleaner, more sustainable solutions. WES Climate Change 2015 Expo is poised to present a regional showcase of the latest in green and sustainable engineering solutions to meet market need and demand.
THE WORLD ENGINEERS SUMMIT ON CLIMATE CHANGE EVENT HIGHLIGHTS
Call for Papers
A focal point for ideas, research findings and best practice on climate change, WES 2015 will address a range of critical issues in engineering and sustainability. The WES 2015 Organising Committee invites the submission of technical papers for presentation at the Summit.
Singapore’s Deputy Prime Minister, Teo Chee Hean, is the guest-of-honour for WES Opening Ceremony on 22 July
Dr Vivian Balakrishnan, Minister for Environment & Water Resources is the guest-of-honour for WES Gala Dinners & Award Night on 23 July
Minister for Education, Heng Swee Keat, will grace the event on 24 July, presenting prizes for National Engineers Day (NED) Energy Innovation Challenge and closing ceremony for the WES 2015
Plenary & Track Speakers
To harness the collective thinking and expertise to develop climate resilience, IES is convening engineers from multiple disciplines, urban planning specialists, energy specialists, environmental and water specialists, academia, financiers, policy makers, and business leaders of corporations from across industries around the world, and open up a discussion of innovative solutions to allow sharing of best engineering practices to help our porfession to realise milestones in the journey to a sustainable and resilient future. Check out the list of luminary speakers here.
WES Photography Competition
The Singapore Engineers Photography Club invites you to submit photos “About Climate Change” by 1 June 2015. This is so that we can both promote photography as a fine art and also heighten the awareness on the reality and risks which climate change poses to community and society across the world.
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