Green Technologies for Sustainable Water (GTSW) 2019

Green Technologies for Sustainable Water (GTSW) 2019


Ho Chi Minh City, formerly known as Sai Gon, is the biggest city in the south of Vietnam. It was built on Sai Gon River and considered as the Pearl of the Far East during the old time. The presence of classic villas, wide avenues, and a lively café society will impress you. Over the past 10 years, Ho Chi Minh City has experienced a spectacular change in its cityscape. The once low-rise landscape of the city’s central area, District 1, is now marked with shining skyscrapers including high-rise apartments, international hotels, and companies. Ho Chi Minh City is also the cultural centre and economic capital of the country. The city with its teeming metropolis mingled with the elegance of ancient culture is the best representation for the whole of Vietnam. 

With its charm, Ho Chi Minh City is a wonderful and the most suitable place for organizing the second Green Technologies for Sustainable Water (GTSW 2019), as the first conference (GTSW 2017) was successfully organized in Ha Noi by the Vietnam-Japan University. This time, GTSW 2019 is hosted and organized by Ho Chi Minh City University of Technology (HCMUT), University of Technology Sydney (UTS), Institute for Environment and Resources (IER), Vietnam Japan University, CARE-RESCIF, Tianjin Chengjian University, and Tianjin Polytechnic University. GWST 2019 will also include the 4th International Membrane Bioreactor and Scientific Writing Workshops.

Important Dates

Abstract submission deadline: September 15, 2019

Abstract acceptance notice: September 30, 2019

Early bird registration: October 15, 2019

Conference: Dec 1-5, 2019

Conference Topics

GTSW-2019 will cover the latest scientific & technological developments for:

  • Wastewater treatment and reuse 
  • Resource recovery from wastewater
  • Control of greenhouse gas emissions from wastewater treatment processes
  • Water resources management and water supply 
  • Nanotechnology for water treatment
  • Advanced analytical methods for water and wastewater
  • Disruptive technologies and applications for water resource treatment and management