EREM symposia have been held for almost two decades. The first took place in Albi (France) in 1997, followed by subsequent editions spread 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), Boston, USA (2013), Málaga, Spain (2014), and Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates (2016).
The event has consistently attracted a large diverse audience representing engineering and scientific communities and brings cutting edge developments in electrokinetics to the fore. We expect to achieve the same success with this edition of EREM 2017, which will be held for the first time in Canada.
EREM 2017 is organized by the Department of Building Civil and Environmental Engineering (BCEE) at Concordia University in Montreal. BCEE emerged as the leader among its peers in Canada and the only such program in the country in the global top 50 of its kind, having placed 20th in the world. The scope of the department’s program spans structures, bridge engineering, earthquake engineering, geotechnical engineering, transportation engineering, building engineering, water resources and environmental engineering. Its advanced labs have conducted research on electrokinetics for over 25 years.
To learn more about EREM 2017, including the latest information regarding registration, please see the conference website.