Extended deadline for abstract submission for ICUE 2014

ICUE 2014 on: Green Energy for Sustainable Development, 19-21 March 2014, Jomtien Palm Beach Hotel and Resort, Pattaya City, THAILAND

Due to a number of requests we received from different time zones and considering we are still receiving abstracts even when due date has lapsed, the deadline for the submission of abstracts is extended for 4 more weeks! The new extended deadline for abstract submission is on 13 October 2013 (Sunday). All other deadlines will remain the same. We have already started reviewing the abstracts submitted, and those who already sent in their abstracts will hear from us very soon.

To those who missed the initial deadline, you can now have time to prepare your abstracts and you may submit to us either by replying to this email, uploading your abstract in our conference website at www.icue2014.ait.asia, or by sending a new email to icue2014@ait.ac.th.
The 2014 International Conference and Utility Exhibition on "Green Energy for Sustainable Development" being organized by the Asian Institute of Technology (AIT), Thailand will be held on 19-21 March 2014 at the Jomtien Palm Beach Hotel and Resort, Pattaya City, Thailand. ICUE 2014's timely central theme will undertake green energy-related topics listed here.
ICUE 2014 is technically co-sponsored by IEEE Power & Energy Society. All papers presented at the conference will be published in the IEEE Xplore. Also, "Papers submitted and presented at the conference will have the opportunity to contribute to/be considered for a special issue on ‘Green Energy for Sustainable Development in the context of Carbon Management' in the ISI-cited, peer-reviewed journal Carbon Management."
For further information, please access the conference websites at www.icue2014.ait.asia, www.icue2014.ait.ac.th or contact the organizer.

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