11th Annual Meeting of the
American Ecological Engineering Society (AEES)

Hosted by NC State University Department of Biological & Agricultural Engineering at the Renaissance Hotel in downtown Asheville, North Carolina.

 

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CONFERENCE SPONSORS

 

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We are excited to host the 11th annual American Ecological Engineering Society Conference in Asheville, North Carolina. Our goal is to provide a forum for sharing ideas, information, and experiences among engineers, landscape architects, environmental scientists, natural resource managers, and planners working to improve ecosystem health and global sustainability.

The conference focus this year is Engineering for Ecosystem Services. We expect to have more than 100 presentations and posters focusing on ecological engineering applications in environmental restoration, wastewater and stormwater treatment, renewable energy, climate change adaptation, and sustainable food systems. The program will include invited speakers, roundtable discussions on emerging issues, posters and exhibits, field trips, and many networking opportunities. Student participation is a key element of the conference, with emphasis on design experiences and mentoring for our future ecological engineers.

Who Should Attend wading in a stream

The American Ecological Engineering Society (AEES) works to promote the protection and development of sustainable ecosystems that integrate human society with the natural environment for the benefit of both. Conference participants will include: environmental and ecological scientists, engineers; landscape architects; policy makers and planners; federal, tribal, state, and local government agency personnel; and private interests, environmental consultants, environmental interest groups, and students.

 

Continuing Education

This conference offers 16.5 PDHs for the 3-day event (5.5 per day) for professional engineers, approved by the NC Board of Examiners for Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors. 8 CEUs have been approved for landscape architects by the NC Board of Landscape Architects; Course # 7696.

Request for Sponsors

If you are interested in being a sponsor for this meeting, please contact Dr. Greg Jennings (contact information below) or visit the Sponsor/Vendor link.

 

For More Information, Contact:

Greg Jennings , Professor and Extension Specialist
North Carolina State University
Biological & Agricultural Engineering Department
Campus Box 7625
Raleigh, NC 27695-7625
Phone: (919) 606-4790
Email: jenningsenv@gmail.com