Special Session: Sustainable Construction and Renewable Energy

Organised by: University of Anbar

Track Chairs:

Dr Khalid Battal Najimv,  (bkhalid_718@yahoo.com)

Track co-Chairs:

Dr. Ibraheem A.S. AL-Jumaili, University of Anbar, Iraq
Dr. NasrudinAbd Rahim, University of Malaya (UMPEDAC), Malaysia
Dr. Mohammed Al Faiz,University of  Nihreen, Iraq
Dr. Qais M. Alias, University of Technology, Iraq
Dr. Khalid  B. Najim University of Anbar, Iraq
Dr. Md. Hasanuzzaman,University of Malaya (UMPEDAC), Malaysia
Dr. Salih M. Salih, University of Anbar,Iraq
Dr. Yousif  Ismail Mohammed, University of Anbar, Iraq
Dr. Jeyraj Selvaraj, University of Malaya (UMPEDAC), Malaysia
Dr. Akram  S. Mahmood, University of Anbar, Iraq
Dr. Quessy Jawad , University of Technology, Iraq


The joint goal of the sustainable construction and renewable energy technologies, from the sustainable development perspective, was a flash point to organize this session. The aim of this session is to bring together the researchers, from all over the world, who is working in sustainable construction and renewable energy fields to present and discuss their contributions. All the contributions that discuss the sustainable construction in general and sustainable structural materials in particular are warmly welcomed. It is aimed to suggest possible solutions for the dearth in the construction materials and also to discuss using the by-product/ waste materials in the construction industry. Additionally, the new application domains for new technologies that have the potential to revolutionize the renewable energy resources and their related technologies are highly targeted. Also this session aims to statement of the latest technologies in renewable energy applications and highlight the most important points of the proposed research in the field of renewable energy.


Topics of particular interest include (but not limited to) the followings:

  • Sustainable buildings
  • Recycled aggregates
  • Waste materials in construction
  • Green technologies in buildings
  • Sustainable urban planning
  • Sustainable transportation
  •  Green cities
  • Photovoltaic Technology  
  • Electricity From Solar Energy
  • Process Heat Production from Solar Energy
  •  Wind Energy
  • Biomass, Bio-fuels, Bio-gas and Related Technologies
  • Waste-to-Energy
  • Recycling Energy
  • Heat Pumps
  • Heat Recovery