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The Environmental Network Research Group (ENRG) of 

National Polytechnic Institute (IPN), Mexico 

Jointly supported by 

Mesoamerican Society for Biology and Conservation, Mexico (MSBC)

Aims to bring together academicians, Professionals, Researchers, Policy Makers and General Public for the 

4th International Conference of 

Environmental Network Researchers Group of IPN.

 

The main theme of the conference is “Ecosystems for Future Generations

The conference will be held at Hotel Villa Bejar, Cuernavaca, State of Morelos, Mexico from 6th to 8th October, 2021.

The Organizing Committee of CIMA 2021 is closely monitoring the situation in Mexico and around the globe due to the present uncertain circumstances. Our goal is to create a conducive environment for a successful event that allows good participation, while protecting the health and well-being of our participants. In line with the successful first three REMA conferences during the past decade, it is my pleasure and honor to invite you to attend the 4th CIMA 2021 which will be held from 6th to 8th October, 2021. Considering the health and safety recommendations around the World, the event will be in a hybrid environment both in person and via online to discuss and interact together.

The 4th International Conference of Environmental Network Researchers Group of the National Polytechnic Institute will address the following issues in-line with the research of this group.

The central theme of the conference is “Ecosystems for Future Generations”. The main aspect is the resilience of a social and/ or ecological system to absorb the disturbances, to maintain the basic structure its functions, the self-organization to absorb the stress as well as their adaptation to changing environment.

The event will include plenary lectures, regular lectures in oral/digital and in poster formats.

For registration and submission of abstracts, please complete the registration form and send it by email: cimarema2021@gmail.com. Submission of abstracts will be open from 20th January to 31st March 2021 and authors are requested to follow the template and instructions to authors in the official webpage.

 

Specific themes of the conference

Theme 1 Natural Resources and Biodiversity

Conservation and use of natural resources; Biodiversity of terrestrial/aquatic environments: Forests, jungles, deserts, grasslands, evaluation, monitoring, conservation and management.

 

Theme 2: Society, economy and sustainable development

Direct impact of climate change on health; Socio-environmental health; Biodiversity, nutrition and health; Marketing and Developing clean technologies; Sustainable business; Green economy and landscape; Business and environment; Environmental policies, legislation, education and communication.

 

Theme 3: Climate change

Biodiversity and climate change; Droughts and floods; Forest fires; Assisted human and animal migration; Coal and land management; Ocean acidification; Climate change and ecosytems; Landscape analysis; Importance of forest cover; Climatic cycle changes (rainfall and snowfall); Water and climate

 

Theme 4: Environmental contamination and bioremediation

Soil, sediment and water pollution (lagoons, rivers and coastal zone); Diagnesis, prevention/ remediation; Air pollution; Metals in fish and organisms; Microplastics, Bioremediation by different methods of biology; Bioremediation of hydrocarbon, pesiticide and metal contamination; Waste water purification.

 

Theme 5: New technologies, energy and the environment

Methods to control nitrogen oxide (NOx) generation; Technologies for reduction of pollutants in air, water and soil; High efficiency combustion systems; Geospatial & information technologies; Energy efficiency of thermal systems; Clean energy production; Recovery of residual energy; New fuels and alternative sources of energy.

 

Theme 6: Health, COVID-19, pandemics and their global effects

CO2 emissions in cities; Air pollution and its relationship with the atmosphere; Problems within home during the pandemic; Health effect on humans; Effects of social distancing; Effects on the educational system; Conflicts around the world related to the pandemic; Vaccines and uncertainty; Health and Side Effects of Vaccines; Challenges of future pandemics.

 

 

Official Language

The official language of the conference ​​are Spanish and English. Spanish presentations will be translated to English or will have English text in the presentation format.

 

 

Awards CIMA 2021

  • “CIMA 2021 Young Researchers Award” will be awarded to all themes.
  • Two awards for each theme.
  • The awards will be different for oral and poster presentation (Students and professionals awards are separate).
  • Student participants must be under 35 years of age and be the first author of the article to be presented. (Proof of student participants should be produced and or can be graduate students or professionals).
  • Participants can participate only in one single topic and multiple entries will be rejected automatically.
  • The participating author must indicate in the Abstract/ registration form if they are participating in any award or it is a general presentation.
  • Participating authors must be registered and submit a complete article in Spanish or English for publication before the stipulated deadline (see calendar of important dates).

Organizing Committee:

Dr. Diana Cecilia Escobedo Urías

Coordinator – Network of Environmental Researchers Group – IPN

Interdisciplinary Research Center for Integral Development (Sinaloa Unit), National Polytechnic Institute (IPN)

Email: durias@hotmail.com 

Convenor – CIMA 2021

Dr. Jonathan Muthuswamy Ponniah

Center for Interdisciplinary Studies on Environment and Development (CIIEMAD), National Polytechnic Institute (IPN)

Email: conferencesjmp@yahoo.com; mpjonathan7@yahoo.com

Special Volume Editors:

Dr. Jonathan Muthuswamy Ponniah, CIIEMAD, IPN, México

Dr. Kalina Bermúdez Torres, CEPROBI, IPN, México

Dr. Ana Judith Marmolejo-Rodríguez, CICIMAR, IPN, México

Dr. Eugenia López López, ENCB, IPN, México.

Editorial Committee: 

 

Coordinator (Theme 1): Natural Resources and Biodiversity

Dra. Bertha Patricia Ceballos Vázquez, CICIMAR, IPN, México.

Correo electrónico: bpceballos@gmail.com

Dr. José Luis Trejo Espino, CEPROBI, IPN, México

Correo electrónico: jtrejo@ipn.mx

M. en C. Jacinto Elías Sedeño Díaz, Coord. Poli. Sust., IPN, México.

Correo electrónico: jsedeno@ipn.mx

Dr. Alfredo Lanuza, Universidad de Panamá, Panamá

Correo electrónico: alfredo.lanuza26@gmail.com

 

Coordinator (Theme 2): Society, economy and sustainable development

Dr. Raymundo Mayorga Cervantes, ESIA (Tecamachalco), IPN, México

Email:  jrmayorga@ipn.mx

Dr. María Elena Tavera Cortés, UPIICSA, IPN, México

Email: mtavera@ipn.mx

Dr. Raúl Junior Sandoval Gómez, UPIICSA, IPN, México

Email: rsandova@ipn.mx

 

Coordinator (Theme 3): Climate Change

Dr. Jesús Antonio Álvarez Cedillo, UPIICSA, IPN, México

Correo electrónico: jaalvarez@ipn.mx

Dr. Juan José Hurtado Moreno, UPIICSA, IPN, México

Correo electrónico: jhurtado@ipn.mx

Dr. Juan de Dios Valdez Leal, Universidad Juárez Autónoma de Tabasco, México

Correo electrónico: jdvaldezleal@yahoo.com.mx

 

Coordinator (Theme 4): Environmental contamination and bioremediation

Dr. Alberto Sánchez González, CICIMAR, IPN, México

Email: alsanchezg@ipn.mx

Dr. Francisco Rodríguez González, CEPROBI, IPN, México

Email: frrodriguezg@ipn.mx

 

Coordinator (Theme 5): New technologies, energy and the environment

Dr. Miguel Ángel Reyes Espinosa, CBG, IPN, México

Email: mreyese@ipn.mx

Dr. Fabián Robles Martínez, UPIBI, IPN, México

Email: froblesm@ipn.mx

 

Coordinator (Theme 6): Health, COVID-19, pandemics and their global effects

Dr. Guadalupe González Díaz, ESEO, IPN, México

Email: gudy0228@yahoo.com.mx

Dr. Brenda Hildeliza Camacho Díaz, CEPROBI, IPN, México

Email: bcamacho@ipn.mx

Local Organizing Committee:

Dr. Gabriela Trejo Tapia, CEPROBI, IPN, México

Dr. Brenda Hildeliza Camacho Díaz, CEPROBI, IPN, México

Dr. Kalina Bermúdez Torres, CEPROBI, IPN, México

Dr. José Luis Trejo Espino, CEPROBI, IPN, México

Dr. Francisco Rodríguez González, CEPROBI, IPN, México

Dr. Juan José Hurtado Moreno, UPIICSA, IPN, México

Ing. Alejandro Romo Mexía Gutiérrez, CIIEMAD, IPN, México

 

Technical Committee:

Lic. Erika Contreras, SIP, IPN, México

Ing. Roberto Selvas, CEPROBI, IPN, México

Ing. José Noé Hernández Neri, CIIEMAD, IPN, México

Lic. Héctor Alberto Pérez Barradas, CIIEMAD, IPN, México 

Lic. Jaime Chávez Bravo, CIIEMAD, IPN, México

M.C. José Antonio Ceja Díaz, CIIDIR, Michoacán, México

 

Abbreviations of Institutes (IPN)

CBG: Center for Genomic Biotechnology; CIIEMAD: Center for Interdisciplinary Studies on Environment and Development; CEPROBI: Center for Development of Biotic Products; CIIDIR: Interdisciplinary Research Center for Integral Development; ENCB: National School of Biological Sciences; ESEO: School of Nursing and Obstetrics; ESIA: School of Engineering and Architecture; UPIBI: Professional Interdisciplinary Unit of Biotechnology; UPIICSA: Professional Interdisciplinary Unit of Engineering, Social and Administrative Sciences