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December 2 - 6, 2008

“ENGINEERING: INNOVATION WITH SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY”


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What are the engineering and the technology roles in the world scenery? How can everyone contribute to a fair and socially responsible world? Engineers from several countries will share experiences and ideas during the 3rd World Engineers’ Convention, which will be held from December 2 to 6, 2008, in Brasilia. The WEC 2008 theme is “Engineering: Innovation with Social Responsibility”, focusing on the developing world and its challenges. More than 5,000 people, among professionals and students, will participate in discussions, forums, lectures and technical visits.

A journey throughout time Hannover, Germany (2000) The 1st World Engineers’ Convention was held in Hannover, Germany, from June 19 to 21, 2000, during EXPO 2000. It was organized by the World Federation of Engineering Organizations (WFEO/ FMOI) in a partnership with the Association of Engineers in Germany, VDI, and with UNESCO’s support. At that time, the theme was “Humanity, Nature and Technology”. As a result, WEC 2000 published the first edition of the series “World Report on Engineering and Technology”, from UNESCO.

WEC

Shanghai, China (2004) The 2nd World Engineers’ Convention was held between November 2 and 6, in Shanghai, China. At that time, WFEO/FMOI had the support of the Chinese Association for Science and Technology (CAST), the Shanghai Association for Science and Technology (SAST) and the Chinese Academy of Engineering (CAE). Its theme was “Engineers form the Sustainable Future” and the meeting gathered about 2,5 thousand professionals. The new generation of the world engineering and the massive presence of women were the highlights in this edition. The Program had the Students’ and Young Engineers’ Forum, the Women’s Forum and technical visits.


Brasilia, Brazil (2008) Brazil has about 700,000 professionals from the technological field and 300 engineering schools. The Confea/ Crea System and the national entities from the technological sector have made great efforts to increase the participation of the Brazilian engineering worldwide. WEC 2008 will bring to Brazil professionals from all over the world. It will promote the exchange of experiences and the search for solutions and challenges for the developing and underdeveloped countries. Engineering can and must contribute to finding solutions to the complex problems of mankind and it must be the basis of the sustainable development in the planet. The main actors of these actions, engineers will work in order to improve the quality of life. The world inequalities demand this challenge.

Federal Council of Engineering, Architecture and Agronomy (Confea) Confea, partner of WFEO/FMOI in the organization of WEC 2008, has been defending the social interests for 75 years, in order to promote the planned development of Brazil and to value the professionals of the technological field. Its headquarters is in Brasilia and its chairman is the Civil Engineer Marcos Túlio de Melo. Brazilian Federation of Engineers’ Associations (Febrae) Febrae was created 72 years ago and it represents the Brazilian engineering internationally. It is a co-founding member of the Pan American Federation of Engineering Societies (Upadi) and of WFEO/FMOI. With more than 100,000 Brazilian professionals registered, its headquarters is in Rio de Janeiro and its chairman is the Civil Engineer Carlos Roberto dos Santos Moura.

ORGANIZERS

World Federation of Engineering Organizations (WFEO/FMOI) Nowadays, WFEO represents more than 15 million professionals in about 90 countries. It is WEC’s creator and, every four years, it organizes the event in a partnership with UNESCO and with engineering entities of the hosting country. WFEO/FMOI works for the technological development of the nations, promoting the exchange of experiences in technology and educational systems. Its headquarters is in Paris and its chairman is the Electrical Engineer Barry Grear, from Australia.

WEC 2008: IMPORTANCE FOR BRAZIL

Juscelino Kubitschek’s Bridge


CONVENTION CENTER

Ulysses Guimarães’ Convention Center

Brazil’s capital, Brasilia, is located in the center of the country. Brasilia is internationally known for its architecture and is a World Cultural Heritage Site by UNESCO. The Ulysses Guimarães Convention Center (CCUG), which will host WEC 2008, is one of the biggest and most complex exhibition centers in Latin America. Strategically located, it has more than 54,000 m² and it can accommodate around 10,000 people.

Women’s Forum

FORUMS

The Women’s Forum will be held during WEC 2008 and its goal is to evaluate the women engineers’ participation in the world. Aspects such as politics, economy, culture and social responsibility will be discussed. During the Forum, papers, researches, exhibitions and effective programs will be presented.

Students’ and Young Engineers’ Forum During WEC 2008, the Students’ and Young Engineers’ Forum will take place and issues like professional formation, labor market and ethics in the educational institutions will be discussed. The focus will be on the technological development and on innovation, from the viewpoint of how engineers can contribute to a fair world.

EXPOWEC

World Technological Exhibition The World Technological Exhibition (ExpoWEC 2008) will be held during WEC 2008 and it will gather institutions from the professional, academic, business and productive fields. Brazil, with one of the most complete energetic matrixes, will have a lot to show on clean and renewable energy, which is able to assure social-economic success in a sustainable way. ExpoWEC, whose theme is “Energy for the Future”, will be a great opportunity for companies to get in touch with extremely qualified professionals.


Program Principles

Six principles have been developed based on certain axioms, which are behind the model of our society: 1. Natural resources can be non-renewable. 2. Nowadays, Engineering Professional must transcend boundaries. 3. Engineering must be committed to unlimited social responsibility. 4. Innovating means producing and not causing degradation. 5. Access to information means not only connectivity but also being able to interpret reality. 6. Engineering must be able to foresee the future and foresee its own systemic limits.

Thematic Framework Social Challenges It will discuss the challenges faced by society concerning the climate changes, uncontrolled urbanization, the challenges authenticated by the UN in Johannesburg (2002) related to water, energy, health, agriculture, biodiversity and Knowledge Society. Engineering beyond Boundaries A space for discussing the way to overcome two boundaries: the geographic and the academic. The first one is related to aspects such as professional mobility, local opportunities and competitiveness. The academic boundary is about challenges such as relating subjects, professional profile and new methods and experiences in the educational processes. Engineering: Ethics and Social Responsibility Discussions related to human beings and their individual challenges; society and the perspective of a collective development, and the adversities suffered by the environment due to the fact that it is a counterpart to a generation guided by comfort, to individuals and to society as a whole. Innovation without Degradation Discussions about the engineering roles in the innovation process and in the productivity improvement. It also deals with the effects of this innovation over the generation of competitive differences in production, in providing services and in the introduction of the paradigms of clean energy and the green industry. Information Technology for Inclusion Discussions about the infrastructural and conceptual aspects that condition the existence of a Knowledge Society with actual social participation, such as the technological infrastructure, the industrial productivity in the ICT field, the ICT contribution to the industrial competitiveness and the debate on the consequences of digital exclusion. Advanced Technologies: Engineering with Strategic Vision Discussions about new technologies, in which professionals and experts will be able to get in touch with the limits of Science, the experiences and the perspectives for the development of society.

WEC 2008 PROGRAM

Main Theme

Engineering: Innovation with Social Responsibility


National Museum of Brasilia

WEC 2008 Thematic Framework WEC 2008 “Engineering: Innovation with Social Responsibility” - The five congresses

dec/4th

dec/3rd

Time Schedule

07:30

08:00

Cultural Program

08:00

08:30

FORUM API* on the Sustainable Development: the Environment

08:30

09:00

09:00

09:30

Uncontrolled Urbanization - André Trigueiro

09:30

10:00

Millennium Development Goals - Klaus Toepfer

10:00

10:30

10:30

11:00

Climate Changes - Juan Rafael Elvira Quesada

REGISTRATION

Engineering for Sustainability

OPENING CEREMONY & GENERAL PLENARY SESSION 11:00

A1 - Jochen B1 - William Litterst Henry

C1 - Daniel Favrat

D1 - Kamel Ayadi

E1 Henrique Eisi Toma

11:30

11:30

12:00

CONGRESS A Gerard Béranger

12:00

12:30 **

CONGRESS B Conrado Bauer

14:00 **

16:00 **

CONGRESS C Sérgio Gabrielli

16:30 **

17:00

CONGRESS D Pan Yunhe

17:00

17:30

CONGRESS E Arden Bement

17:30

18:00

Thematic Sessions A to E

A2 - Lueny Morell

B2 - Maria Mutagamba

Woman's Forum

Students Forum

C2 - Angela Wagener

D2 - Maria P.Laffargue

E2 - Ana M. Lobo

Posters Sessions

* API - Academia Panamericana de Ingeniería

18:00

20:00

** 12:30

14:00

Lunch

** 16:00

16:30

Coffee Break

A - Engineering beyond Boundaries B - Engineering: Ethics and Social Responsibility C - Innovation without Degradation D - ICT for Inclusion E - Advanced Technologies: Engineering with Strategic

PANELS Panel 1

Panel 2

Panel 3

Panel 6A

Capacity Building and Engineering Education

Biodiversity& Environment

Disaster Risk Management

Great Solutions on Engineering

Organizer: Mike Sanio

Organizer: Darrel Danyluk

Organizer: Yumio Ishii

Organizer: CONFEA


Metropolitan Cathedral of Brasilia

dec/5th

Time Schedule

07:30

08:00

Cultural Program

08:00

08:30

FORUM on the Sustainable Development: the Knowledge

08:30

09:00

09:00

09:30

09:30

10:00

A new approach to Engineering - Edgar Morin

10:00

10:30

Engineering for Development - Sérgio Rezende (Minister of S&T)

10:30

11:00

11:00

11:30

11:30

12:00

12:00

12:30 **

14:00 **

16:00 **

16:30 **

17:00

17:00

18:00

18:00

19:30

** 12:30

14:00

Lunch

** 16:00

16:30

Coffee Break

Toward the Knowledge Society - Yi-Xin Zhong REGISTRATION

Internacionalization of Engineering - Jorge Vélez Arocho

A3 - Russel Jones

B3 - Hermes Jorge Chipp

C3 - Brito Cruz

D3 - Jayme Reyes

E3 - João H. da Jornada

Thematic Sessions A to E

A4 - Willi Fuchs

B4 - Claudio C4 - Renata Boër Ribeiro

D4 - Tadao Takahashi

PANELS Panel 4

Panel 5

Panel 6B

Engineering for Development

Energy for Sustainable Development

Great Solutions on Engineering

Organizer: Luiz C. Scavarda

Organizer: Jorge Spitalnik

Organizer: CONFEA

initial Contacts

Proposed

TBD

E4 - Rich Friedrich

Working Thematic Groups General Rapporteur, WEC 2008 Declaration and Closing Cerimony, UNESCO Report Color Code

corfirmed

* Program / Key Speakers can be changed.


16:00

16:30

17:00

17:30

18:00

18:30

19:00

19:30

20:00

20:30

21:00

21:30

22:00

A B C D E

Engineering beyond Boundaries Engineering: Ethics and Social Responsibility Innovation without Degradation Information and Communication Technology for Inclusion Advanced Technologies: Engineering with Strategic Vision

College of National Entities CDEN

College of National Entities CDEN

College of National Entities - CDEN

Seminar: the New World Geopolitics and integration in Latin America

International Conference on Evaluations - COINAV

Opening of the UPADI Convention

II NationalMeeting of Technologists

XXXI UPADI Convention

International Conference on Evaluations COINAV

COFFEE BREAK

International Conference on Evaluations COINAV

LUNCH

Seminar: the New World Geopolitics and integration in Latin America

14:00

Seminar: the New World Geopolitics and integration in Latin America

13:00

II NationalMeeting of Technologists

XXXI UPADI Convention

Executive Council of FMOI

II NationalMeeting of Technologists

International Directory of UPADI

NOV 30

II NationalMeeting of Technologists

XXXI UPADI Convention

15:30

Social Activity - Dinner Party

15:00

Executive Council of FMOI

13:30

Executive Council of FMOI

14:30

II NationalMeeting of Technologists

12:30

II NationalMeeting of Technologists

12:00

International Directory of UPADI

11:30

International Directory of UPADI

11:00

FMOI Committees

Registration and Credentials for UPADI

NOV 29

UPADI Welcoming Event

10:30

FMOI Committee s

10:00

FMOI Committees

9:30

Consultive and Technical Councils of UPADI

9:00

Consultive and Technical Councils of UPADI

8:30

Consultive and Technical Councils of UPADI

8:00

Social -Economical Activities Regional Event

CCUG’s Overview

WEC 2008 Thematic Framework

7:30

DEC 01


Panel 1 Panel 2 Panel 3 Panel 4 Panel 5 Panel 6

Social Activity

Capacity and Education in Engineering Environment and Biodiversity Risk and Disaster Management Engineering for Development Sustainable Energy Great Solutions of Engineering

Brazil Grows

College of National Entities - CDEN

International Conference on Evaluations COINAV

Seminar: the New World Geopolitics and integration in Latin America

II NationalMeeting of Technologists

Closing Session of the XXXI UPADI Convention

FMOI Committees

Thematic Plenaries

Women´s Forum

Students´ Forum

65th SOEAA Opening Ceremony

Social Activity

Panel 3 Panel 6A

Panel 3 Panel 6A

II Meeting of Civil Engineers from Portuguese and Castellan Lgs

Posters Session

II Meeting of Civil Engineers from Portuguese and Castellan Lgs

A2 B2 C2 D2 E2 II Meeting of Civil Engineers from Portuguese and Castellan Lgs

World Congress of Civil Engineers

Panel 2

Parallel Sessions World Congress of Civil Engineers

Panel 1

A1 B1 C1 D1 E1

World Congress of Civil Engineers

Parallel Sessions

Panel 2

WEC 2008 Opening Session

Panel 1

FMOI Committees

DEC 03

Engineering Academy

Thematic Plenaries FMOI Committees

Registration and Credentials for WEC

DEC 02

FMOI Committees

Brazil Grows

Brazil Grows

WEC 2011 Council

College of National Entities CDEN

College of National Entities CDEN

International Conference on Evaluations COINAV

Seminar: the New World Geopolitics and integration in Latin America

II NationalMeeting of Technologists Seminar: the New World Geopolitics and integration in Latin America International Conference on Evaluations - COINAV

XXXI UPADI Convention

Ibero-American Meeting of Women Engineers, Architects -EMAA

II NationalMeeting of Technologists

Executive Council of FMOI

FMOI Committees

Brasília’s Overview

Cultural Program

DEC 04

Forum on the Sustainable Development: Environment


Vista para a Esplanadas dos Ministérios Esplanada dos Ministérios’s Overview

DEC 05

DEC 06

Cultural Program

Technical Visits

FMOI Committees FMOI Committees

Panel 6B

Poster Sessions

FMOI Committees

Recommendations

Water Forum

Panel 6B

A4 B4 C4 D4 E4

Water Forum

Panel 5

Panel 4

Parallel Sessions

Panel 5

Parallel Sessions

Panel 4

A3 B3 C3 D3 E3

Water Forum

Forum on the Sustainable Development: the Information Society

Closing Session

* Program / Key Speakers can be changed.


“Os Candangos” Sculputure

National Congress

Registrations are open for the biggest Worldwide Engineering Event Personalities from different Engineering areas meet together in a unique opportunity. Debates, forums and lectures showing them areas trends. Opportunity to bring knowledge through technical and touristic visits. Access to the biggest Worldwide Technological Exhibition in energy, and Women’s Forum and Students´ and Young Engineers´ Forum. Registration Fees:

up to Nov 17

after Nov 17

US$ 300 - professional

US$ 400 - professional

US$ 150 - student

US$ 175 - student

US$ 150 - accompany

US$ 175 - accompany

Access www.wec2008.org.br and get more information about your participation.

Date: 2nd - 6th of December 2008 City: Brasília - DF Local: Ulysses Guimarães Convention Center


FORUMS Sustainable Development: the Environment Juan Rafael Elvira Quesada He is the Secretary of Environment and Natural Resources. He has a major in Agricultural Engineering at the National University of Mexico and an MA at the Cranfield Institute of Technology in Bedfordshire, England. André Trigueiro Journalist, expert in Environmental Management, Globo News Anchor and Professor at PUC-RJ. Klaus Toepfer Former Minister of Environment in Germany and Chief of UNEP in Nairobi.

Sustainable Development: the Knowledge

CONGRESSES - FORUMS - KEY SPEAKERS

Yi-Xin Zhong Professor of Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications, President of Chinese Association of Artificial Intelligence (CAAI), a member of the WFEO ExecutiveCouncil, and of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE). Jorge Vélez Arocho Chancellor and Professor of Decision Sciences at the University of Puerto Rico (UPRM). He is the former Dean of the School of Business Administration at UPRM and the Co-Director of the Center for Hemispherical Cooperation (CoHemis) at UPRM. He coordinates outreach activities for the NASA-sponsored Partnership for Spatial and Computational Research. Edgar Morin Sociologist, Philosopher and merited researcher at the CNRS (Centre National de Ia Recherche Scientifique). Graduated in Law, History and Geography, he expanded his studies to Philosophy, Sociology and Epistemology. Sérgio Machado Rezende Minister of Science and Technology, engineer, doctor in Physics, Professor at UFPE, former president of the Studies and Projects Financials (Finep).

CONGRESS A Engineering beyong Boundaries Gerard Béranger General-Director of the French Science Academy, responsible for studies about the technology from the strategic point of view. His works about the metallurgy are known worldwide. Jochen Litterst Professor at the University of Braunschweig, in Germany, former Dean and Director of the Institute of Physics and Condensed Subject at the University.


National Library of BrasĂ­lia

Russel Jones Private Consultant, working through World Expertise LLC to offer services in engineering education in the international arena. He is currently serving as Chair of the Capacity Building Committee of the WFEO. Willi Fuchs Vice-President of the WFEO, President of the European Federation of National Engineering Associations (FEANI) and Executive Director of the German Engineers Association (VDI).

CONGRESS B Engineering: Ethics and Social Responsibility Conrado Bauer Member of the National Academy of Engineering in Argentina, former Dean of the School of Engineering of the University of La Plata and former President of the WFEO. William Henry Former President of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), he also participated in the group of Anti-corruption in Civil Engineering. Maria Mutagamba Minister of Environment and Water in Uganda, Africa, she has found success as a leader in projects such as the WaSH campaign (Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene). Hermes Jorge Chipp Electrical Engineer graduated at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro. He is the general director of the National Electrical System Operator (ONS), entity in charge for the control of the generation and transmition of electrical energy in the National Linked System. Claudio BoĂŤr Chairman of IMS (Intelligent Manufacturing Systems), which is the only multi-lateral and government-supported program to facilitate global cooperative research in advanced manufacturing. Its member countries are the European Union, Japan, Korea,Switzerland and the United States.

CONGRESSES - FORUMS - KEY SPEAKERS

Lueny Morell Member of the HP workgroup, responsible for the relationships with the University in Latin America and the Caribbean, she is also a member of the US National Science Foundation of International Science.


Federal Supreme Court

CONGRESS C Innovation without Degradation

CONGRESSES - FORUMS - KEY SPEAKERS

José Sérgio Gabrielli de Azevedo President of Petrobras, PhD in Economics by the Boston University, he is also a licensed Professor at the Federal University of Bahia. He has written many articles and books about productive restructuring, labor market, macroeconomy and regional development. Daniel Favrat Director of the Industrial Energy Systems Laboratory and of the Institute of Energy Sciences in the “Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne”(EPFL, Switzerland). He is also a member of the Swiss Academy of Engineering Sciences and Vice-Chairman of the Energy Committee of WFEO. Angela Wagener Scientific consultant, she is a Professor at Pontifícia Universidade Católica in Rio de Janeiro, and a researcher for the National Council of Scientific and Technological Development (CNPq). Carlos Henrique de Brito Cruz Physicist and Electronics Engineer, he is the Dean at Unicamp (University of Campinas) and was the President of the Foundation for Research Support (Fapesp) in São Paulo. He is a member of the Academy of Science Fairs. Renata Ribeiro Course manager of the Brazilian Institute of the Oil, Gas and Biofuels, in charge of the formation of Human Resources in the management and technological areas for Petrobras.

CONGRESS D IT for Inclusion Pan Yunhe Chinese specialist in artificial intelligence and geographic information systems. He is the former Dean of the Zhejiang University in Hangzhou.


Maria Jesus Prieto Laffargue Elected president of WFEO, she was the latest President of the Engineering Institute in Spain, National Manager of Telefónica Systems of Spain and the general-director of the Sistelcom partnership. Jayme Reyes Director of the technological center of company incubation: Monterrey Tech’s Technical Incubator, he has developed some important work on the area of contribution for the building of citizenship and responsible social development. Tadao Takahashi President of the Program: Brazil`s Information Society of MST. He was the founder and the first general-director at the Brazilian Academy of Internet. He is a member of the ICT Task Force, at the United Nations, and has participated in projects’ developments such as G-8 DOT Force.

CONGRESS E Advanced Technologies: Engineering with Strategic Vision Arden Bement Director of the National Science Foundation and also of the National Institute of Standards and Technology in the United States. Henrique Eisi Toma Doctor in Chemistry by the University of São Paulo and a PhD by Brookhaven National Laboratory and Caltech. He is interested in molecular nanotechnology,and has been acting in the scientific advertisement with the educational and social sectors,mainly in the nanotechnology and nanoscience fields. Ana Maria Félix Trindade Lobo Professor at the College of Science and Technology, University Nova of Lisboa, she is also the President of the Organic Chemistry Division of the Portuguese Society and of the Portuguese Association of Women Scientists. João Alziro Herz da Jornada President of Inmetro. Consultant of Capes, Finep, CNPq and Fapesp. He is also chief of the researching group of High Pressures at UFRGS. Rich Friedrich Chief of the Open Innovation of HPLabs and CoInventor of 15 patents. His team has shown the power of utilitarian services and technologies which were essential in the movie productions

CONGRESSES - FORUMS - KEY SPEAKERS

Kamel Ayadi Member of the Tunisian Chamber of Advisors (Senate), he was formerly Head of the International Cooperation Department at the Waste Water Department (ONAS), Director of Technical Cooperation at ONAS and expresident of the WFEO.


31st Convention of the Pan American Federation of Engineering Societies (UPADI) 11.29 to 12.02 Its theme is “Engineering and Infrastructure for the Social Development in the Americas”. The focus will be the regional and urban development with social inclusion and continental integration.(www.upadi.org.br/upadi2008 / upadi2008@upadi.org.br) Assembly of the World Council of Civil Engineers (WCCE) 12.04 One of the most discussed themes during the assemblies is about ethics and the fight against corruption, mainly in the developing countries. It aims to promote the cooperation among engineers from the academic field in order to strengthen the profession boundaries. (www.abenc.org.br/encontro_brasilia.htm / secretaria@abenc.org.br) II Meeting of the Civil Engineers Associations in Countries of Portuguese and Castellan Language 12.02 to 12.04 The meeting will focus on the attributions and competences of the civil engineers in the countries. In the event, it will be launched the “Guide for the Civil Engineer in Countries of Portuguese and Castellan Language”. (www.abenc.org.br/encontro_brasilia.htm / secretaria@abenc.org.br)

ASSOCIATED EVENTS

Executive Councils and Standing Committees of the World Federation of Engineers´ Organizations (WFEO) 11.30 to 12.05 The Meeting will have Standing Committees of Education and Training; Technology; Information and Communication; Women in Engineering; Capacity Building; Energy; Engineering; and Environment and Anti-Corruption. (www.wfeo.org) 65th Official Week of Engineering, Architecture and Agronomy 12.02 to 12.05 Annual event, whose goal is to promote discussions, courses and conferences related to the professional activities of the Confea/ Crea System. Brazil Grows 12.02 Its goal is to move society towards the country´s growth and the engineering development, the sustainable development, capable of inserting the country in the globalization process. (daniela@fne.org.br)


International Conference of Evaluations (COINAV) 12.01 to 12.02 Its theme is “Ruling and Environment: ways to a better future”. In its Program, there will be lectures and workshops on water as a strategic value, misappropriations involving trees and international ruling. (www.ibape.org.br) Seminar: A New World Geopolitics and Integration in America 12.01 to 12.02 The seminar will be about the development of the emerging countries Brazil, Russia, India and China (BRIC), in the new world context, focusing on the professionals unions in the Latin America. (maravalle@fisenge.org.br) II National Meeting of Technologists 11.30 to 12.02 It aims to promote the professional improvement. The indicated papers for the ANT Technologist Award 2008, in the categories Technological Education, Entrepreneurship and Technological Innovation, will have their papers presented in the event. (ant@tecnologo.org.br) Preparatory Meeting for the World Engineering Congress 2010 – Argentina 11.30 Organized by the Argentinean Union of the Engineers´ Associations and by the Argentinean Center of Engineers, the meeting theme is “Technology, Innovation and Production for Sustainable Development”. (www.uadi.org.ar) Water Forum 12.05 In the meeting it will be discussed the water resources and their directions, as well as integrated and not centralized planning strategies. Also, sustainable use, revitalization and water resources tools. (dmfa@igam.mg.gov.br)

ASSOCIATED EVENTS

Planalto’s Palace


General Coordination of WEC 2008 Project General Coordinator: Electr. Eng. Antonio Roberto Martins SEPN 516, Bl. A, Ed. Inácio Ferreira, 2º floor 70770-521 – Brasília – DF – Brasil Phone: 55 61 3298 0301 E-mail: wec2008@wec2008.org.br Program Committee Coordinador: Prof. Luiz Carlos Scavarda do Carmo Phone: 55 21 3527 1840 Fax: 55 21 3527 1003 E-mail: scavarda@puc-rio.br Women’s Forum Coordinator: Civil Eng. Lia Sá Phone: 55 61 8415 9201 Phone: 55 61 3348 3748 E-mail: forumdamulher@wec2008.org.br Students and Young Engineers Forum Coordinator: Eletric. Eng. José Eliéser de Oliveira Júnior Phone: 55 45 9916 0082 E-mail: jovem@wec2008.org.br ExpoWEC - Energy for the Future Coordinator: Prof. Zuhair Warwar Phone: 55 61 3298 0318 www.expowec.org.br WEC 2008 Official Travel Agency Phone: 55 61 3328 1888 www.wec2008travel.com.br

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