The II International Odour Conference (MKO 2017) in Krakow, Poland the 20th to 21st of April 2017

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MKO2017 Krakow   The second International Odour Conference (MKO 2017) is being organized by the company Environmental Odour Consulting in cooperation with two Polish universities: Gdansk University of Technology and Wroclaw University of Technology. This is an initiative taken by some known experts in this field to talk about the odour management and measurement techniques nowadays. This event will take place in Krakow, Poland between the 20th and 21st of April, 2017.

  Last year around 60 people gathered for two days in Gdansk, Poland to discuss about issues related with odour management. The first International Odour Conference (MKO 2016) took place in April this year and the interest shown by the attendants is a sample of the interest in this country to increase the knowledge on managing odours.

   Once again the Conference MKO2017 is being organized by the Canadian company Environmental Odour Consulting EOC, with support from Gdansk University of Technology and Wroclaw University of Technology.  

    The scientific committee is formed by well known experts in this field: Ms. Anna Bokowa, Ms. Selena Sironi, Ms. Jennifer J. Barclay, Mr. Mike Mc Ginley, Ms. Laura Capelli, Mr. Jean-Michel Guillot, Mr. Vincenzo Naddeo, Mr. Jacek Namieśnik, Ms. Izabela Sówka, Mr. Carlos Diaz, Mr. Waldemar Wardencki, Mr. Jacek Gębicki, Mr. Tomasz Dymerski, Mr. Zbigniew Dobrzański, Mr. Andrzej Szczurek, Mr. Jacek Piekarski, Mr. Artur Jerzy Badyda, Mr. Sebastian Opalinski and the well known Mr. Jacek Koziel, Associate Professor of livestock odor and air quality at the Department of Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering at Iowa State University.

   The Conference targets the environmental regulatory offices, managers and operators of facilities such as wastewater treatment plants, landfill sites, composting plants, recycling facilities, oil refineries, agriculture sectors, consultants and universities.

   Deadlines for scientific papers:

  • Abstracts:  November 30, 2016
  • Confirmation: December 20, 2016
  • Draft papers: February 12, 2017
  • Final papers: March 20, 2017

   Download the guidelines how to format the submissions here

   Please note that the official language of this MKO2017 conference will be English. Simultaneous translation will be provided from English to Polish and from Polish to English too.

   For more info about this interesting conference, check out this link.


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