Welcome to the official website of the 2016 International Conference on Engineering and Technology Innovations (ICETI). The goal of ICETI 2016 is to facilitate an exchange of information on best practices for International Conference on Science, Engineering and Technology Innovation, addressing the problems and opportunities of a sustainable future. ICETI 2016 will provide a forum for scholars in company, academia, industry, and government to address the most innovative research and development including technical challenges, social and economic issues, and to present and discuss their ideas, results, work in progress and experience. ICETI 2016 will be held on March 26-27, 2016, in Wuhan, China, which is co-organized by International Engineering and Technology Institute, HuBei ZhongKe Geology ＆ Environment Technology Service Center, College of Humanities and Creativity, National Chin-Yi University of Technology, Taiwan, College of Economics and Management of Jilin Institute of Chemical Technology, Wuhan One-Cheery Culture and Media Limited, Labii, CNKI, Wuhan IDGX Company, Yunnan High-Tao Science and Technology Company. Proceedings will be published by Publisher, Which will be submitted to EI, CPCI, CNKI/CPCD.
We solicit original research and technical papers not published elsewhere. The papers can be theoretical, practical and application oriented on the following themes (but not limited to): Engineering Innovations, Technology Innovations.
English is the official language of the conference. We welcome paper submissions. 5-pages length in total is allowed for each paper. Up to one additional pages will be permitted with additional fees. Papers must strictly follow the format available at the conference website. Papers must be submitted electronically as described at the conference website.
This conference is in the Science Net Conference List.
Wuhan is the capital city of Hubei Province. The third longest river of the world, the Yangtze River, and its longest branch, the Han River, cross here and divide the city into three parts, Hankou, Hanyang and Wuchang, which are linked by many famous bridges. There are 13 administrative districts in the city. It covers an area of 8,467 square kms and has a population of 8.31 million.
Wuhan has an old history and rich cultural traditions. According to archaeological discoveries and ancient records, more than 10,000 years ago, some people had already settled down in Wuhan. Over 3,500 years ago, the light of urban civilization began to spark in Panlongcheng, an ancient city in the northern area of Wuhan at that time. It began to prosper as a commercial town about two thousand years ago, when it was called Yingwuzhou (Parrot beach). During the Three Kingdoms Period some 1,700 years ago, Wuhan was a noted battlefield. During the Song Dynasty (960-1279), the area became one of the most prosperous commercial centers along the Yangtze River. By the end of the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644), Hankou had become one of the four most famous cities in China. Today, Wuhan is the political, economic, and cultural center of Central China.
Wuhan can be reached by air with a 2-hour flight time from Beijing, Shanghai or Guangzhou, or by train with a 4 hours journey from Guangzhou, 5 hours from Beijing, and 6 hours from Shanghai.
In order to visit China and attend the Conference, overseas participants will be required to have valid visas. Obtaining a visa for entry into China is not difficult, but it is important to allow enough lead time (as much as several weeks) for processing your application. For participants who require entry visa to enter China: Visa F is issued to an applicant who is invited to China on a visit, on a study or lecture, business tour, for scientific-technological and cultural exchanges, for short-term refresher course or for job-training, for a period of no more than six months. You will need to go to the visa office of the Embassy or Consulate-General in the consular jurisdiction in which you live to submit the application. Visa fees and processing times vary from country to country. Please check with the visa office for details. If your local travel agent has experience arranging travel to China, they can also help with getting your visa. As part of the VISA application process, you may be required to submit an invitation letter from the organizing committee. Please send an email to the organising committee at firstname.lastname@example.org.