September

7th – 10th

2014

The symposium will be held at the University of Málaga (UMA), Spain

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WELCOME

The symposia on Electrokinetic Remediation have been held for more than a decade. The first was in Albi (France) in 1997, and was followed by eleven more editions that have spread all around the world: Lyngby, Denmark (1999), Karlsruhe, Germany (2001), Mol, Belgium (2003), Ferrara, Italy (2005), Vigo, Spain (2007), Seoul, South Korea (2008), Lisbon, Portugal (2009), Kaohsiung, Taiwan (2010), Utrecht, The Netherlands (2011), Sapporo, Japan (2012) and finally Boston, USA (2013). All of them were attended by a diverse audience representing the engineering and scientific communities with a well-deserved success of participants. We expect to achieve the same success with the 13th edition of this conference (EREM 2014) in Málaga (Spain) and that it will continue in the next edition, expected to be held in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates (2016).

The first editions of this conference were especially focused on the use of electrokinetic techniques for the remediation of soils contaminated with heavy metals, organic compounds, radioactive waste, etc. In recent years, there is a growing interest in the applicability of the electrokinetic techniques in other areas, especially their use in production processes: water treatment, waste water treatment, mining, food industry, etc. So, we hope that this edition in Málaga will provide a venue to present and discuss new research results concerning electrokinetics, which include but do not limit to: fundamental aspects of electrokinetics, applied research, environmental remediation, modelling and simulation, combined techniques, etc.

Rodríguez-Maroto, EREM2014 chairman
Rodríguez-Maroto, EREM2014 chairman
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University of Málaga

The symposium will be held at the University of Málaga (UMA), a relatively young University that is celebrating in 2013 its 40th anniversary. Málaga is a city located in the south of Spain bathed by the Mediterranean Sea that was founded by the Phoenicians around 770 BC. Nowadays it is the sixth most populous city in Spain, and is the main city of The Costa del Sol, a touristic destination of world renown.

Our University is proud to host the 13th symposium on electrokinetic remediation (EREM2014), and kindly invite you to participate at the conference. You can contact us at info.EREM2014@uma.es
We welcome you and look forward to seeing you in Málaga.

POSTERS & PRESENTATIONS

As usual, the conference will last 3 days. The scientific program includes several sessions with oral presentations and a poster session that will be open for the whole duration of the Symposium. The official language of the conference is English. The maximum number of contributions per registered participant is two.
An Abstract Template with instructions can be downloaded here. The abstracts should be submitted to info.erem2014@uma.es.

POSTER FORMAT

Poster format is A0 portrait (height max 120 cm, width max 85 cm). A poster printing and placing service will be available to those participants that do not like carrying the poster with them for a fee about 25 €/poster. Details will be given in due time.

ORAL PRESENTATIONS

Oral presentations will be limited to 15 minutes. Session Chairs will also allocate 5 minutes for every speaker introduction and Q&A.
The organizer has set up Microsoft Power Point 2010 in a Windows 7 Professional edition in the session room for oral presentations. It is strongly recommended that all presentations be in Microsoft Power Point (PPTX), windows-based environment. Presenters wishing to use any other software/operating system must ensure it is compatible or bring in their computer.

SPECIAL ISSUE

A special issue of Electrochimica Acta is devoted to selected contributions from the 13th International Symposium on Electrokinetic Remediation. This peer-reviewed special issue will have a dedicated Special Issues Editor, which will be responsible of the reviewing process, and a Guest Editor, which will be responsible of the selection of contributions. A reasonable number of accepted final papers would be around 20-30.

Important dates

Deadline for Abstract submission:

April 30, 2014

Notification of Abstract Acceptance:

May 15, 2014

Deadline for Early registration:

June 30, 2014

Symposium begins:

September 7, 2014

Symposium ends:

September 9, 2014

Málaga Tour Excursion:

September 10, 2014

Remember that Electroacross Conference will be held at Caparica (Portugal):

September 11-12, 2014

BOOK OF ABSTRACTS

You can download the Book of Abstracts from here. This book includes also the Program.

REGISTRATION & FEES

Fees

Before June 30, 2014

After June 30, 2014

Regular Registration

€ 400

€ 500

ISE members

€ 350

€ 450

Young researchers (birth date after January 1st, 1982.)

€ 200

€ 230

Accompanying Person

€ 150

€ 180

Málaga Tour Excursion

€ 50

€ 50

Regular, ISE members and young researcher Registration Fees include:
  • Access to all scientific sessions

  • Conference materials

  • Welcome reception on Sunday, September 7, 2014

  • Coffee breaks during the conference

  • Lunch on the two days of the conference (September 8 and 9)

  • Conference dinner on Monday, September 8, 2014

Málaga Tour Excursion Fee includes:
  • Walking tour of historic city center.

  • A visit to an historic or emblematic monument of the city.

  • Lunch on Wednesday, September 10, 2014

Accompanying Person Fee includes:
  • Welcome reception on Sunday, September 7, 2014

  • Coffee breaks during the conference

  • Lunch on the two days of the conference (September 8 and 9)

  • Conference dinner on Monday, September 8, 2014

Cancellation Policy:
  • Before August 25, 2014: Fees will be refunded minus a € 50 cancellation fee

  • Before September 3, 2014: Fees will be refunded minus a € 150 cancellation fee

  • After September 3, 2014: Fees will not be refunded

VENUE & ACCOMMODATION

VENUE

The conference sessions will be held at the NH hotel of Malaga. Location and arrival details can be found at the Hotel’s web page. Although Malaga has a very good net for visitor’s accommodation, early September is still in the top-touristic season, so we suggest you to book your rooms as soon as possible. The NH Hotel is obviously a convenient place to stay while attending the conference, but there are several optional hotels, some of which are suggested in the Accommodation section of our web site. For instance, the hotels Novotel and IBIS Budget are only 50 meters away from the NH, while the hotels Molina Lario and Malaga Palacio are about 800 meters (10 min walk).

Reception and Welcome will take place at the NH facilities on Sunday 7th. The desk for documents retrieval and registration will also be open on Monday and Tuesday.

ACCOMMODATION

Below you can find information details of different hotels in Malaga. For checking prices or make a reservation please click here for a convenient reservation site with competitive prices.

Hotel NH **** (Symposium Venue)
NH HOTEL ****
  • From touring trendy restaurants and bars to exploring ancient cathedrals, the four-star NH Malaga hotel is your gateway to the ultimate Andalucian adventure. Conveniently located a mere 600 meters from the train station in the heart of the city’s historic center, the hotel offers immediate access to the area’s top attractions.

  • Address: Calle San Jacinto, 2, 29007 Málaga

  • Telephone: +34 952 07 13 23

  • How to arrive

Hotel Suite Novotel ****
Hotel Suite Novotel ****
  • The first Suite Novotel in Malaga features 90 suites measuring 323 sq. ft. (30 m2). Boutique Gourmande, bar, fitness center, and paying private covered car park. The Suite Novotel in Malaga is located right in the heart of the historic city center, just 5 minutes from the entertainment district.

  • Address: Calle San Jacinto, 7, 29007 Málaga

  • Telephone: +34 952 61 42 96

  • How to arrive

Hotel Ibis Budget ***
Hotel Ibis Budget ***
  • The ibis budget Málaga Centro - the best choice low cost hotel in the center of Malaga. 125 newly designed, fully equipped romos. Just a five-minute walk from all Malaga's tourist attractions, including the Picasso museum, Calle Larios and the port.

  • Address: Calle Calvo, 4, 29007 Málaga

  • Telephone: +34 951 21 38 54

  • How to arrive

Hotel AC Málaga Palacio ****
Hotel AC Málaga Palacio ****
  • The unbeatable location between the Málaga Cathedral and the Paseo del Parque, and the spectacular views of the port, make this hotel the most emblematic in the city. It is near the Picasso museum, the Alcazaba, Castillo de Gibralfaro Castle, and La Malagueta beach. The AC Hotel Málaga Palacio restaurant menu is based on regional cuisine with a variety of dishes from all over the world. In the summer, check out Ático, our bar and restaurant on the 15th floor terrace.

  • Address: Calle Cortina del Muelle, 1, 29015 Málaga

  • Telephone: +34 952 21 51 85

  • How to arrive

Hotel Molina Lario ****
Hotel Molina Lario ****
  • Hotel Molina Lario is a 4 star superior hotel exceptionally positioned in the centre of Malaga right opposite the Cathedral and just a short distance from the port, the Picasso Museum and the city’s pedestrian district.

  • Address: Calle Molina Lario, 20, 29015 Málaga

  • Telephone: +34 ‎952 06 20 02

  • How to arrive

committees

Organizing Committee

  • José M. Rodríguez-Maroto (Chairman)

  • Rafael García-Delgado

  • Francisco García-Herruzo

  • César Gómez-Lahoz

  • Juan M. Paz-García

  • Carlos Vereda-Alonso

  • María Villén-Guzmán

Scientific Committee

  • Akram N. Alshawabkeh (Northeastern University, Boston, Ma, USA)

  • Alexandra B. Ribeiro (New University of Lisbon, Portugal)

  • Claudio Cameselle-Fernández (University of Vigo, Vigo, Spain)

  • Gordon C.C. Yang (National Sun Yat-Sen University, Taiwan)

  • Henrik K. Hansen (Technical University Federico Santa María, Valparaiso, Chile)

  • José M. Rodríguez-Maroto (University of Málaga, Málaga, Spain)

  • J. P. Gustav Loch (Utrecht University, Utrecht, The Netherlands)

  • Juan M. Paz-García (Wetsus Centre of Excellence for sustainable water technology, Leeuwarden, The Netherlands)

  • Kitae Baek (Chonbuk National University, Jeonju, Republic of Korea)

  • Lisbeth M. Ottosen (Technical University of Denmark, Lyngby, Denmark)

  • Mohamed Haroun (The Petroleum Institute, The United Arab Emirates)

  • Sibel Pamucku (Lehigh University, Bethlehem, PA, USA)