MOL2NET 2017, International Conference on Multidisciplinary Sciences, 3rd edition
10: MODEC-02: Workshop on Natural Products and Agro-Industrial Procesess in Amazon, Ecuador, 2017
MODEC 2017 (Submissions Open)
NOTE ON PUBLICATION MODEL: Before to submit your work be aware that the editorial publication model of this workshop is similar to a PREPRINT service. It means that works presented here have to be considered only as preliminary communications and not as final post-print versions of journal papers. In this sense, even when all the works published are revised by at least one member of the committee and/or external reviewer this level of revision checks only apparent scientific soundness and general scientific interest. In a second level, collective post-publication review, the works published may receive comments (published in the form of posts) from all the participants registered in the conference. The authors are prompted to use all these opinions to write the full versions of their works and submit them to publication in a peer-reviewed scientific journals according to SciForum copyright rules. In the specific case of MODEC workshop all papers will be checked for possible similarity using the official count of the organizing university for URKUND web server. In any case, the authors are the only one responsible of the veracity of the contents, checking similarity to other works, citing properly previous works, etc.
MODEC2017, International Workshop on the Natural Products and Agro-Industrial Processes in Ecuadorian Amazon region
Welcome to the MODEC2017 workshop. This is Amazon State University's (UEA) first workshop, devoted to the promotion and application of the Multidisciplinary Sciences to the development of natural products and agro-industrial processes in Ecuadorian Amazon regions.
This workshop runs both online and on location at the university. The online portion of the workshop is powered by the SciForum platform of MDPI, hosted by the MOL2NET International Conference Series on Interdisciplinary Sciences.
Additionally, the physical component of the workshop is also scheduled to run through the Department of Earth Sciences (Facultad de Ciencias de la Tierra) at Universidad Estatal Amazónica (UEA), Puyo, Ecuador. Please, contact the workshop chairmen for further details. Paper submission is already open and the publication of papers for conference purposes in SciForum platform is free of cost.
Publications are expected to be short papers consisting of 1-3 pages. Be aware that the submission is a two step process. First you must register and submit a tentative title, authors list and abstract. Next, you need to submit your full publication upon acceptance of the abstract by the committee. Full publications will be published online, free of charge, with doi number as soon as possible after acceptance. If you are planning to submit a publication, please use the following template, MODEC Template.doc. Click on the following link to register and/or submit your communication Sumit to MODEC here.
All submitted papers should fall under one of the following categories:
- Computational chemistry, Cheminformatics, and Bioinformatics
- Mathematical modeling
- Organic and Functional Foods
- BioTrade: Natural Products of the Amazon
- Production systems with agro-business and forestry purposes or biomass for energy purposes
- Environmental impacts
- Agro-industrial development processes
- Abstracts submission until 2017-Oct-01, Envio de los abstract hasta el 01 de octubre de 2017.
- Abstract acceptance until 2017-Oct-03.
- Communications submission until 2017-Nov-01.
- Communications acceptance until 2017-Nov-15.
- Communications publication until 2017-Nov-30.
Prof. Amaury Pérez Martínez received his Bs. in Chemical Engineering in 2002, his MSc degree in Chemical Engineering Processes and Analysis in 2007, and his PhD degree in Chemical Engineering in 2013. He has worked in the development of new technology in the Chemical Industry. Currently, he is an Assistant Professor of Agro industrial Engineering at Amazon State University in Puyo, Ecuador. His research interests include philosophy of process design, simulation, and sustainable development
Institution: Universidad Estatal Amazónica, Ecuador