Confederation of European Environmental Engineering Societies

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Logo of the CEEES [1]

The Confederation of European Environmental Engineering Societies (CEEES) was created as a co-operative international organization for information exchange regarding environmental engineering between the various European societies in this field.[2]

The CEEES maintains an online public discussion forum for the interchange of information.[3]

The member societies of the CEEES[edit]

As of 2012, these were the twelve member societies of the CEEES:

  • Italy: Associazione Italia Tecnici Prove Ambientali (AITPA)
  • France: Association pour le Développement des Sciences et Techniques de l'Environnement (ASTE)
  • Belgium: Belgian Society of Mechanical and Environmental Engineering (BSMEE)
  • Germany: Gesellschaft für Umweltsimulation (GUS)
  • Finland: Finnish Society of Environmental Engineering (KOTEL)
  • Czech Republic: National Association of Czech Environmental Engineers (NACEI)
  • Austria: Österreichische Gesellschaft für Umweltsimulation (ÖGUS)
  • Netherlands: PLatform Omgevings Technologie (PLOT)
  • United Kingdom: Society of Environmental Engineers (SEE)
  • Sweden: Swedish Environmental Engineering Society (SEES)
  • Portugal: Sociedade Portuguesa de Simulacao Ambiental e Aveliaca de Riscos (SOPSAR)
  • Switzerland: Swiss Society for Environmental Engineering (SSEE)

Each member society successively holds the presidency and the secretariat for a period of two years.

Technical Advisory Boards[edit]

The CEEES has three major Technical Advisory Boards:

  • Mechanical Environments: The aim of this board is to advance methodologies and technologies for quantifying, describing and simulating mechanical environmental conditions experienced by mechanical equipment during its useful life.
  • Climatic and Atmospheric Pollution Effects: The aim of this board is the study of the climatic and atmospheric pollution effects on materials and mechanical equipment.
  • Reliability and Environmental Stress Screening: The aim of this board is the study how the environmental effects the reliability of equipment.

Publications[edit]

These are some of the publications of the CEEES:[4]

  • A Bibliography on Transportation Environment, ISSN 1104-6341, published by the Swedish Packaging Research Institute (Packforsk) in 1994.
  • Synthesis of an ESS-Survey at the European Level, ISSN 1104-6341, published by the Swiss Society for Environmental Engineering (SSEE) in 1998.
  • List of Technical Documents Dedicated or Related to ESS, ISBN 91-974043-0-6, published by the Swiss Society for Environmental Engineering (SSEE) in 1998.
  • Climatic and Air Pollution Effects on Material and Equipment,ISBN No. 978-3-9806167-2-0, published by Gesellschaft für Umweltsimulation (GUS) in 1999.
  • Natural and Artificial Ageing of Polymers, 1st European Weathering Symposium, Prague. ISBN 3-9808382-5-0, published by Gesellschaft für Umweltsimulation (GUS) in 2004
  • Natural and Artificial Ageing of Polymers, 2nd European Weathering Symposium, Gothenburg. ISBN 3-9808382-9-3, published by Gesellschaft für Umweltsimulation (GUS) in 2005
  • Ultrafine Particles – Key in the Issue of Particulate Matter?, 18th European Federation of Clean Air (EFCA) International Symposium, published by the Karlsruhe Research Center (Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe FZK) in 2007.
  • Natural and Artificial Ageing of Polymers, 3rd European Weathering Symposium, Kraków. ISBN No. 978-3-9810472-3-3, published by GUS in 2005.
  • Reliability - For A Mature Product From The Beginning Of Useful Life. The Different Type Of Tests And Their Impact On Product Reliability. ISSN 1104-6341, published online by CEEES in 2009.

See also[edit]

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Brochure of the CEEES
  2. ^ Confederation of European Environmental Engineering Societies – CEEES, Brochure from the website of Gesellschaft für Umweltsimulation e.V.
  3. ^ CEEES online Discussion Forum
  4. ^ Publications of The Confederation of European Environmental Engineering Societies. From the website of Environment-Ecology.