10th Biennial Conference of CICES
September 8 @ 8:00 am - September 11 @ 5:00 pm
It is not too early to start planning to attend and participate in the 10th Biennial Conference of CICES (Congreso Iberoamericano de Control de la Erosion y los Sedimentos), with our sister IberoAmerica Chapter. The conference has taken place over the last 20 years in Peru, Colombia, Argentina, Brazil, Panama, Spain, Guatemala, and most recently in Chile.
The 10th meeting CICES of will take place at the Cintermex (Centro Internacional de Negocios Monterrey) conference center, Monterrey Mexico, September 8-11, 2020. The conference will start with pre-conference courses on the 8th, and will conclude with a field trip on Saturday, September 12. It will also feature a trade show. This conference provides an exceptional opportunity to improve your technical knowledge of the industry, understand varying regulatory structures, and obtain current information, and opportunities to professionally network with the top experts in Latin America and elsewhere, all in a stunning setting.
The conference also provides a unique opportunity to experience the city of Monterrey, its surrounding environment, and the rich and fascinating Mexican culture.
Topics include the following:
- Climate Change And Erosion
- Erosion And Sediment In Water Courses And Hydraulic Works
- Erosion In Agriculture And Livestock Management
- Erosion Caused By Gravity, Mass Wasting, And Aluviation
- Coastal Erosion
- Erosion Caused By Mineral, Oil, And Gas Exploitation
- Erosion in Construction and Development of Infrastructure (Buildings, Bridges, Roads, Railways, Etc.).
- Geological Evolution Of Erosive Systems: Mechanisms And Processes
- Erosion, Sedimentation, And Ecology (De-Forestation)
- Erosion Process Modeling
- Innovative Methods For Characterizing Erosion And Sedimentation
- Studies Of Isotopic Applications In Erosion And Sedimentation
- Erosion Control From Environmental, Social And Legislative Perspectives
- Other Areas
Monterrey, with a population of almost 5 million, is the capital of the state of Nuevo Leon, and is known for its thriving economy as a bustling modern city, and its majestic setting, surrounded by the dramatic Sierra Madre Oriental. It is the commercial hub of northern Mexico and is the base of many large and significant international corporations. It is easily accessed from most major international airports.
The Cumbres de Monterrey National Park includes approximately 1,791 hectares and ranges in altitude from 730 to 2,200 meters above sea level, with representative flora and fauna of the xerophilous forest as well as oak-pine woodlands. With excellent weather and an annual average temperature of 21 degrees Celsius, Chipinque Park is one of the most important ecosystems in near proximity to the city. September is an ideal time for a visit.
Abstracts are due by March 15, 2020.