The 8th Green Energy Conference is hosted by the National
Aviation University (Institute of Environmental Safety) in
Kyiv, Ukraine. If you fly internationally, the airport of choice
is Kyiv Boryspil international airport. Kyiv is well
connected by train to many European cities, including Berlin
Ukraine is the second largest country in Eastern Europe that is
a country-participant of Commonwealth of Independent
States (CIS).
The Ukrainian landscape consists mostly of fertile plains and
plateaus crossed by the Dnieper (Dnipro), Seversky Donets,
Dniester  and the Southern Buh rivers as they flow south into
the Black Sea and the smaller Sea of Azov. Carpathian
Mountains are in the west with the highest mount Hoverla at
2,061 metres (6,762 ft), and those on the Crimean peninsula,
in the extreme south along the coast.
Ukraine has a mostly temperate continental climate, although
a more Mediterranean climate is found on the southern
Crimean coast. Precipitation is disproportionately distributed;
it is highest in the west and north and lowest in the east and
southeast. Western Ukraine receives around 1,200 millimetres
(47.2 in) of precipitation annually, while Crimea receives
around 400 millimetres (15.7 in). Average annual temperatures
range from 5.5 degrees Celsius -7 degrees Celsius in the
north, to 11 degrees Celsius - 13 degrees Celsius in the south.

Kyiv is a capital of Ukraine, one of the most beautiful and
ancient cities in Europe. Population in Kyiv is about 3 mln
people. Kyiv is an important industrial, scientific, educational,
and cultural centre of Eastern Europe. It is home to many
high-tech industries, higher education institutions and world-
famous historical landmarks. The city has an extensive
infrastructure and highly developed system of public
transport, including the Kyiv Metro.
It is said that one can walk from one end of Kyiv to the other
in the summertime without leaving the shade of its many trees.
Most characteristic are the horse-chestnuts (Ukrainian:
National Aviation University
Founded in 1933, National Aviation University(NAU) is
among them and today it is a notable contemporary
educating-scientific facility of the world level. The University
comprises seventeen institutes, four faculties, seven colleges,
technical college, two lyceums, and European regional centres
of International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO).
The NAU`s scientists primarily focus their efforts on national
programs implementation, namely: the complex national
program on high technologies development (the customer is
the Ministry of Industrial Policy), the national space program
of Ukraine (the customer is the National Space Agency of
Ukraine), the project of the city administration on regulating
traffic in Kyiv, the state program Information and
Telecommunication Technologies in Education and Science
for 2006 - 2010 (the customer is the Ministry of Education
and Science of Ukraine); and international programs, such as
the VI Framework Program of European Commission
(Communication from the Commission The International
Dimension of the European Research Area), VII Framework
Program of the European Commission Integrated GALILEO-
Aircraft System for Advanced Environment Investigation,
Investigation of radioechos GNSS signals for surface
performances estimation, Raising of reliability of information
in the GALILEO system at the presence of correlated noise
and interference.
The Institute of Ecological Safety of NAU among other
research areas is involved in the development of green energy
technologies that can be represented by topics of the given
conference. The specialists of NAU are proud to invite and
discuss with specialists in green energy from around the globe
various issues of green energy resources related to
implementation of sustainable development.

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Nature Knows Better ...
Kyiv/Ukraine, June 17-19, 2013
Call for Papers: