Pre-conference workshop information is now available
Visit and check it! Link to the page is here.
Notification of acceptance mail launched
We sent you the notification mail on August 6th. The mail was sent the email address of the corresponding author.
Those who will attend the conference as a presenter (either oral or poster) should reply to the notification mail whether you will accept the invitation or not as soon as possible (the deadline was the end of August) and should register by Sep 20th, otherwise the presentation will not be included in the program.
Keynote speakers information
All keynote speakers information is now available here. The information will be updated from time to time.
Greeting from Conference Chair
I would like to sincerely invite you to Hiroshima to attend the 8th IWA Microbial Ecology and Water Engineering specialist conference. This conference provides a great opportunity to hear and discuss new recent researches in our fields, update your knowledge, stimulate your future researches, and network with other specialists, researchers, and practitioners. We are preparing a challenging program covering a wide range of environmental engineering, including emerging and fast-moving topics (for example, the role of viruses and the fate of antibiotic resistance genes and omics in water engineering systems), and a number of topnotch plenary speakers. We are aiming for a conference with a high degree of exchange and diversity, which encourage the participation of senior and young water professionals and scientists all over the world. Hiroshima, the symbol of peace city with Peace Memorial Park, the historical culture of world heritage and Japanese traditional sake breweries, will make participants think about what is the peace and how to contribute for establishing a sustainable society through our scientific and social programs.
Professor Akiyoshi Ohashi, Conference Chair
The 8th IWA Microbial Ecology and Water Engineering Specialist Conference (MEWE2019) will be held in Hiroshima, Japan on 17-20 November 2019. MEWE 2019 covers a wide range of recent researches on microbial diversity and their function in water engineering and natural water systems. We are happy to offer a great opportunity of knowledge exchange and networking among participants.