On March 3-4, 2022 took place The 7th International Conference on Ecological and Environmental Chemistry 2022 (EEC-2022, http://eec-2022.mrda.md/ ) that was held in Chisinau, Republic of Moldova.
The Conference was an important international event that attracted scientists, researchers, engineers, experts and students from 30 countries. The Conference was organized in very good conditions and, in our opinion, it has achieved its goal of promoting cooperation and communication and exchange of experience between scientists from different parts of the globe.
Through the topics addressed, the conference was in line with the Sustainable Development Goals set by the UN by 2030 and to the fact that world leaders affirmed that they are “Determined to protect the planet from degradation”.
The conference was organized by the Chemical Society of the Republic of Moldova, the Institute of Chemistry, the Faculty of Chemistry and Chemical Technology and the Department of Industrial and Ecological Chemistry of the State University of the Republic of Moldova “N. Testemitanu ”, University of Medicine and Pharmacy, Association of Moldovan Researchers, Institute of Ecology and Geography and University of European Policy and Economic Studies C. Stere ”.
Event schedule: here
On March 4, 2022, Session E-1 “ECOLOGICAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMISTRY WITHIN THE KNOWLEDGE TRIANGLE: RESEARCH-EDUCATION-INNOVATION, papers were presented by INCDSB:
- “SINERGIES AND COLLABORATION OPORTUNITIES IN RESEARCHEDUCATION-INNOVATION FOR RIVER-SEA SYSTEM” M. E. Sidoroff, M. Paraschiv, I. M. Tusa, C. Itcus, M. Paun, Gh. Duca, Romania
- “ECOPHYSIOLOGICAL AND LIFE-HISTORY ADAPTATIONS OF GAMMARUS BALCANICUS (SCHÄFERNA, 1922) IN A SINKING-CAVE STREAM FROM WESTERN CARPATHIANS (ROMANIA)” O. Pacioglu, I. M. Tușa, M. Sidoroff, D. Florea, G. Gavril, C. Ițcuș, Romania
- “PHYSICO-CHEMICAL AND MICROBIOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT OF WATERS AND SEDIMENTS FROM DANUBE DELTA”, Corina Itcus, Iris Tusa, Octavian Pacioglu, Daniela Florea, Georgiana Gavrila, Manuela Sidoroff, Cristian Coman