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1 21 SEPTEMBER SATURDAY 09:00-11:00 REGISTRATION 11:00-11:40 OPENING SPEECHES (Prof. Dr. Galip AKHAN, Dr. Yakup KARAASLAN, Prof. Dr. Durmuş GÜNAY, Prof. Dr. İbrahim KOCABAŞ) 11:40-12:30 PLENARY TALK : ZEKAİ ŞEN (WATER) 12:30-14:00 LUNCH BREAK 14:00-14:20 Chair : Mehmet Ali Yurdusev Chair: Thomas Richard Betts Chair : Ozsen Corumluoglu Soil Moisture And Rainfall In Ann For Predicting Runoff Hydrograph Preparing a Hydrogen-Producing Microflora from Anaerobic Digested Cattle Manure for Two-phase combine H 2 and CH 4 Production Systems ATR-FTIRspectroscopic study of functional groups in aerosols: The contribution of a Saharan dust transport to urban atmosphere in Istanbul, 14:20-14:40 14:40-15:00 15:00-16:00 Gokmen Tayfur Izmir Enstitute of Technology Small sample estimates of semivariogram for regional estimation Zekai Şen Investigation of Wind Energy Potential of Aksaray Region via an Analytical Method Based on Rayleigh Probability Density Function Omer Kose Aksaray University Şefik ARICI Hybrid Cogeneration Analysis for a High Electricity Consumer Manufacturer Meryem İPEK Simulation and Heat Integration of an Associated Gas Treatment Plant Elamin Elkanzi University of Bahrain Bahrain Ismail Anil Fatih University A Statistical Approach For Arsenic Adsorption Onto Clinoptilolite Esra Bilgin Simsek Yildiz Technical University Recovery of waste-water from the bulgur washing operation Fatih BALCI University of Gaziantep COFFEE BREAK AND POSTER SESSIONS (The detailed poster program is at the end of this document) 16:00-16:20 Genetic-Fuzzy Prediction Of Monthly River Flows Mustafa Erkan Turan Celal Bayar University Photovoltaic energy rating calculations and application to commercially available mc-si photovoltaic modules deployed outdoor in UK and Thomas Richard Betts Loughborough University United Kingdom Effects of heavy metals (Cd, Cu, Cr, Pb) on glutathione metabolism of Nile Tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) Gulizar Atlı Cukurova University

2 16:20-16:40 Investigation Of The Scour Inception Of A Circular Bridge Pier 21 SEPTEMBER SATURDAY Environmental And Sustainability Assessments Of A Low Exergy Building Heating System The Effects Of Arsenic On The Antioxidant Enzyme Activities And Lipid Peroxidation In Various Tissues Of Mirror Carp (Cyprinus Carpio Carpio) Gokcen Bombar Sustainable Water Management Of Başköy Springs (Ağlasun-Burdur/) Arif Hepbasli Yaşar Univ. Effect Of Raw Material Type And Reaction Conditions On Bioethanol Production Sayit ALTIKAT Dumlupınar University The Effects Of Using Gas Fuels On The Nitrogen Oxide Emissions And Engine Performance 16:40-17:00 Ayşen Davraz Suleyman Demirel University Oguzhan ucar Kadıkoy Anatolian High School Halil Saraçoğlu 17:15-18:15 WELCOME COCKTAIL 22 SEPTEMBER SUNDAY 09:00-09:50 PLENARY SPEAKERS -İBRAHİM DİNÇER (ENERGY) 09:50-10:20 COFFEE BREAK 10:20-10:40 Chair : Omer Kose Chair : Alper Baba Chair : Ali Berktay Network Optimization of Storm-Sewer Collection Systems Mehmet Ali Yurdusev Celal Bayar University New generation proton-conducting electrolyte membranes based on silsesquioxane derivatives Asuman Celik Kucuk Marmara University On road measurement of BTEX emission from personal car in real traffic in Algeria Menouer Boughedaoui University of Blida Algeria 10:40-11:00 Water Resources for Hydroelectric with Energy Policy and Environmental Issues in Ibrahim Yuksel Sakarya University Evaluation of Groundwater Quality used for Agriculture in Ankara-Golbasi Special Environmental Protection Area An Investigation on Energy Consumption Versus Cutting Parameters of a Marble Cutting Machine Emre Akarslan Afyon Kocatepe University Geothermal reservoir modeling Recycling Of Rose Wastes To Activated Carbon And Characterization Of That New Activated Carbon Mustafa KARABOYACI Süleyman Demirel University Gas sensor Application of Organic Calixerene molecu les for detection of environmental toxic gasses 11:00-11:20 Cenk Aksit Ankara University Mahmut BULBUL TPAO Cebrail ÖZBEK Izmir Katip Celebi University

3 22 SEPTEMBER SUNDAY 11:20-11:40 Influence of Aqueous Environment on Agglomeration and Dissolution of Thiol- Functionalised Mesoporous Silica Coated Magnetite Nanoparticles Othman Hakami Jazan University Saudi Arabia Reduction of Magnetic Fields from Overhead high Voltage Transmission Lines using passive loops İlhan KOŞALAY TRT Photocatalytic Degradation of Methyl tert-butyl Ether (MTBE) in the Presence of Visible Light Zaki Seddig Umm Al Qura University Saudi Arabia Selective Removal of Chromate using Hybrid Anion Exchanger Stuckpipe Prevention While Drilling Wells to Limestone & Sandstone Reservoirs Southern Iraq Socio-Environmental Problems On The Coasts Of 11:40-12:00 Medhat Mohamed El-Moselhy Jazan University, KSA Tuna Eren Batman University Mesut Dogan Istanbul University 12:00-12:20 Elimination of vanadium from aqueous solution with activated carbon: Equilibrium and Kinetic studies Mansooreh Soleimani AmirKabir University of Technology Iran Evaluatİon on Supply Securıty of Natural Gas in Bilgehan Engin Determination Of Circumstances Of Drying Sewage Sludge With Solar Energy In Aydin Region Małgorzata Wzorek Opole University of Technology Poland 12:20-13:40 LUNCH BREAK 13:40-14:30 PANEL DISCUSSION 14:40-15:00 Chair : Zekai Sen Chair : Ibrahim Dincer Chair : Zaki Seddig Effect Of Geothermal Fluid On Groundwater Quality In Gediz Graben, Western Effect of pi Biridge Unit for Triphenylamine-Benzothiadiazole Based Donor Acceptor Dye Adulticidal Activity of Two Lichen Extracts on Sitophilus granarius (L.) (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) Alim Murathan Izmir Institute of Technology Mustafa Can Izmir Katip Celebi University Bugrahan EMSEN Karamanoglu Mehmetbey University

4 22 SEPTEMBER SUNDAY 15:00-16:00 COFFEE BREAK AND POSTER SESSIONS (The detailed poster program is at the end of this document) 16:00-16:20 An Investigation On The Some Physico-Chemical Properties Of Marmaris Bay (Mugla-) Nedim Özdemir Mugla Sitki Koçman University 16:20-16:40 's Agricultural Water Footprint - a size too big. Sinan Ogun Zirve University Energy Dialogues in 2006 Tuna Eren Batman University Improvement Efficiency Of Gas Turbine Cogeneration Systems Rabi Karaali Bayburt University Determination Of Environmental Effects On Cyanophyta Populations By A Statistical Approach: Seydisuyu Stream Basin (Eşkişehir, ) Tahir Atici Gazi University Optimization of Electrochemical Degradation of Ampicillin Antibiotic using Boron-Doped Diamond Electrode Selin Taşyürek University of Mersin 16:40-17:00 Monitoring Seasonal Changes Of Chlorophyll-A In The Marmaris Bay Şeyma Merve KAYMAZ Mugla Sitki Koçman University Experimental evaluation of NDMA formation: Ranitidine as 17:00-17:20 a model precursor Elif Pehlivanoglu-Mantas Technical and Environmental Evaluation of Co-Gasification of Lignite and Biomass in a Trigeneration Power Plant Ehsan Amirabedin Gazi University Potential to Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions in Algeria Fatiha SAHNOUNE Algeria Investigation Of Rubidium Dispersion In Soil By The View Of Environment Ertuğrul Demir Usage of Apricot Stone Based Magnetic Activated Carbon as A Potential Adsorbent Esra Bilgin ŞİMŞEK Yildiz Technical University 17:20-17:40 Environmental radioactivity analyses in Mersin, following the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear accident Süleyman Fatih Özmen Akdeniz Üniversitesi Design of a Solar Energy System for Smart Stop Passenger Information Systems Onur Kepenek Kentkart EGE Assessment of Metal Pollution Associated with an Alteration Area: Old Gumushane, NE Black Sea Alaaddin VURAL Gumushane University

5 23 SEPTEMBER Monday 09:00-09:50 PLENARY SPEAKERS ENVIRONMENT (ALI BERKTAY) 09:50-10:20 COFFEE BREAK 10:20-10:40 Chair : Ibrahim Yuksel / Andrei Ivanets Solar Desalination of Mediterranean Sea Water in Autumn by Using Sequential Flat Plate and Parabolic Dish Collectors Mehmet Emin Argun Selcuk University Chair : Mustafa Can, Naim Derebasi Supercritical Water Gasification of Biodiesel By-Product Crude Glycerol In The Presence of Phosphate Based Catalysts Nihal Cengiz Chair : Othman Mousa Hakami Adsorption of Pb++ using Chemically Activated Carbon from Palm Tree Leaves Nathir Al-Rawashdeh United Arab Emirates University United Arab Emirates 10:40-11:00 Removal Of Reactive Dye From Textile Industry Wastewaters By Modified Yavu Zeolite Meltem Sarioglu Cebeci Cumhuriyet University Photovoltaic Characterization and Electrical Modeling of Dye- Sensitized solar cells using novel synthesized organic dyes Ahmet Nuri Özcivan Absorption of acid gas via gas-liquid membrane contactors and potassium glycinate as solvent Nayef Ghasem UAE University United Arab Emirates 11:00-11:20 Modification of natural zeolites to removal of arsenic and manganese from drinking water Ayten Cumhuriyet University Ates A Survey on the Recent Approaches for Eco-Driving Egemen Evin Kentkart Ege The Effect of Ozonation in Textile Wastewater Dilek Ozgun Kahramanmaraş Sütçü İmam Üniversitesi 11:20-11:40 Degradation of a Textile Dye, Rhodamine 6G (Rh6G), by Heterogeneous SonophotoFenton Process in the Presence of Fe containing TiO2 Catalysts Meral Dükkancı Savaş Bütün TPAO The Determination Of The Microbiological And Biochemical Properties And The Activities Of Various Efficient Groups For The Agricultural Soils Of Bafra Plain Funda Irmak Yilmaz Ordu University

6 11:40-12:00 Catalytic wet air oxidation of Procion Red MX-5B using iron impregnated chemically activated walnut shells as a catalyst Burcu Palas 12:00-12:20 The relationship of drought classes discerned by a multimonthly drought index-timestep couple Selim Dogan Selcuk Uni. 23 SEPTEMBER Monday Photovoltaic Covered Nearly 30% Of Electricity Demand Of The First Building Integrated Photovoltaic System (BIPV) In Cihan Demircan Mugla Sıtkı Koçman University Exergy Analysis Of An Alternative Zero Emission Cogeneration Cycle Ilhan Tekin Ozturk Kocaeli University 12:20-14:00 LUNCH BREAK A statistical experimental design for the azo dye decolorization by the heterogeneous-fenton process Ezgi Aktar Demirtas Eskisehir Osmangazi University Air Pollution by Aromatic Compounds in Algiers Rabah KERBACHI National Polytechnic School of Algiers Algeria Chair : Gokmen Tayfur Chair : Elamin Mohamed Elkanzi Chair : Salih Okur 14:00-14:20 Microfiltration ceramic membranes with biocide properties of the surface Andrei Ivanets Institute of Chemistry of New Materials of National Academy of Sciences of Belarus Belarus Modelling of thermoelectric cooling module with geometrical factors using numerical methods Naim Derebasi Uludağ University Residue dynamics of the non-selective herbicide glyphosate in agricultural soils Abdul Jabbar Al-Rajab Jazan University Saudi Arabia 14:20-14:40 Water Level Prediction Models Based On Soft Computing Techniques (Scts) For Lake Beysehir, Hydrochemical Characteristics of Geothermal Fields in the Gediz Graben, Aging and Pore Fluid Chemistry Effect on Compressibility, Swelling and Permeability Behavior of Fine-Grained Soils Meral BUYUKYILDIZ Selcuk University Tuğbanur Özen Atatürk University 14:40-15:00 COFFEE BREAK 15:00-15:20 A Simple Application Project To Prevent Excessive Water Consumption- A Proposal For Industrial Design Departments Of Universities Murat Sönmez Middle East Technical University Northern Cyprus The use of geothermal energy in Aegean Sea, in the future Özde Bakak Dokuz Eylül University Yeliz Yukselen-Aksoy Celal Bayar University Comparison between different ion exchange resins for the removal of Co(II) from aqueous solution Yeliz Aşçı Eskişehir Osmangazi University 15:20-15:40 Distributed Parameter Modeling for Water Supply Systems with a Case Study Veysel Kış Şırnak University Irrigation Water Resources Found In Kirklareli Region 15:40-16:00 Evaluation Of Heavy Metals M. Cuneyt BAGDATLI Namik Kemal University A New NN Based Procedure for Hourly Solar Radiation Forecasting Fatih Serttaş Afyon Kocatepe University Approach For Splitting Exergy Destruction And Investment Costs Of A Geothermal District Heating System Yusuf Başoğul Süleyman Demirel University Effects of acid mine lakes on water resources in Biga Peninsula, Alper Baba Izmir Institute of Technology Effect of Ca, Mg, Fe and Mn cations on arsenic removal from groundwater by electrocoagulation process using iron ball anodes M. Kobya Gebze Institute of Technology

7 16:00-16:20 Investigation of Toxoplasma gondii and Hepatitis A virus in mussels (Mytilus galloprovincialis) in different localizations of İzmir Bay Coastline Ceren Erguden Dokuz Eylul Universty 23 SEPTEMBER Monday Evaluation of heat recovery potential from flue gas in natural gas-fired boiler Kemal Çomaklı Atatürk University Urban Heat Island Effect on Regional Ecosystem and Climate Özşen Çorumluoğlu İzmir Katip Çelebi University 16:20-16:40 Influence of drought on Great Menderes Basin river flows Selim Doğan Selcuk University 16:40-17:00 Fenton-like oxidation of benzoic acid using Fe3+ doped basic activated walnut shells as a catalyst Gülen Tekin Electricity Yield Of Grid Connected Photovoltaic Power Plant Applications At The Muğla Sitki Koçman University, Ali Şentürk Mugla University Mixed Convection Heat Transfer of CNT-Oil Nano- fluid Flow in an Inclined Microfin Tube M.M. Derakhshan University of Tehran Iran A Simulated Annealing Algorithm for Green Vehicle Routing Integrated with Energy Consumption and CO2 Emission Optimization Model İlker Küçükoğlu Uludag University Effect of high saline geothermal fluid on surface water and soil quality. Case study: Tuzla (Çanakkale) Gamze Katircioglu İzmir Institute of Technology

8 24 SEPTEMBER TUESDAY 09:00-09:50 PLENARY SPEAKERS ENERGY (İBRAHİM KOCABAS) 09:50-10:20 COFFEE BREAK Chair : Adem Tekinay / Saeid Eslemian Chair : Medhat M. El-Moselhy Lailah Chair : Nathir Al-Rawashdeh, Nayef Ghasem 10:-10:20 Petroleum Pollution as a Predicament to Soil and Water Resources Seyed Saeid Eslamian Isfahan Univeristy of Technology Iran The Production of the Thoria Based Inert Matrix Nuclear Fuel by Powder Metallurgy İlker Özdemir Sakarya University Humidity adsorption Properties of various natural minerals Salih OKUR Izmir Katip Çelebi University 10:20-10:40 A Case Study On Sewage Sludge Incineration Plant: Gaski M.Akif KUTUK University of Gaziantep 10:40-11:00 Decision making analysis on desalination process for water supply in Canary Islands Ilhan Talinli Thermodynamic Performance Analysis of Hydrogen Production by PEM Water Electrolysis Powered by Geothermal Energy Ceyhun Yılmaz University of Gaziantep Kinetics of Sodium Borohydride Hydrolysis in Alkaline Solution for the Production of Hydrogen in PEM Fuel Cells. Selahattin Gültekin Uskudar University Conducting Polymers as sensing materials for detection of environmental toxic gasses Abdullah Bayram İzmir Katip Çelebi University Modelling of noise pollution and estimated human exposure around İzmir Adnan Menderes Airport Samet Feyyaz HAMAMCI TÜBİTAK MRC Environment and Cleaner Production Instıtute 11:00-11:20 Benefaction of South-East Anotolian geothermal resource waters used for spa in Oyku Bilgin Sirnak University The Production of Methane from the Municipal Wastewater Treatment Plants as a Source of Renewable Energy Mahmud Güngör Denizli Municipality A Comparison Of Nano-Based Processes For Metal Finishing Industry Wastewater Treatment Şeyma Çay Namık Kemal University 11:20-11:40 Critical role of remote sensing (LANDSAT) data on water management studies Voluntary Carbon Market in Aydemir Akyurek The Factors Of Nitrate Leaching In Semi-Arid Zones - Case Of The Valley Of The Middle Western Cheliff (North Algeria)- Özşen Çorumluoğlu İzmir Katip Çelebi University Niğde University Naima Bettahar University Hbb Chlef Algeria

9 11:40-12:00 Effects Of Waterborne Varnishes On Red Color Tone In Wood Material Colored With Water-Soluble Wood Stains Ahmet Cihangir Yalınkılıç Gazi University 24 SEPTEMBER TUESDAY The Evaluation Of A Geothermal Poiower Plant Using Advanced Exergetic Analysis Ali Kecebas Muğla Sıtkı Koçman University Determination Of Lead (Ii) Sorption Capacity Of Hazelnut Shell And Activeted Carbon Obtained From Hazelnut Shell Activated With ZnCl Mustafa KARABOYACI Süleyman Demirel University 12:00 13:00 DEPARTURE ALTERNATE A snapshot of Desalination Research in Saudi Universities: Using Desalination as a search word in ISI web of science database O. Phillips Agboola King Saud University Saudi Arabia Chemometric modeling: Acid/Thermal activated bentoniteimpregnated alginate beads for malachite green adsorption and reuse feasibility of bead-dye for binding Cr (VI) from aqueous solutions Akeem Adeyemi Oladipo Eastern Mediterranean University Photocatalytic Degradation of Organic Pollutants by Modified TiO2 Nanophotocatalysts under Visible Irradiation Sahar Hamzezade Nakhjavani University of Tehran Iran ALTERNATE Photocatalytic Activities of ZnO and Ag-ZnO Synthesized by Coprecipitation Method Detection of coastline changes using remote sensing: case study on a part of Turkish Blacksea coastlines The Effects of Ecological Variables on Cyanophyta Populations in Seydisuyu Basin (): Multistatistical Approach ALTERNATE Nuray Güy Sakarya University Frederich Mayer University of Gottingen Germany Özşen Çorumluoğlu İzmir Katip Çelebi University Energy And Economic Analyes Of Wind Energy For Bayburt Province Rabi Karaali Bayburt University Tahir Atici Gazi University Remotely Sensing of Kula Basalts by PCA of LANDSAT Band Ratios Özşen Çorumluoğlu İzmir Katip Çelebi University

10 ICWEE2013 POSTER PROGRAM (Priene, hall C) All poster presentations will be conducted for two sessions starting on 21 st September, 2013 and will remain posted until end of the day on 22 nd September, ID Title Author 240 Microbiological Risk Assessment And Sanitary Inspection Survey Of Tefenni (Burdur/ ) Groundwaters Simge VAROL 316 Treatment And Disposal Options In Hazardous Waste Management Systematic: Amendment Proposal To Lists İlhan TALINLI 321 Determination Of Parameters Affecting Oxygen Transfer Coefficient In A Jet-Loop Bioreactor Mustafa Korkmaz 384 Effect Of Ph, Temperature And Concentration On Boron Removal From Solutions By Purolite S 108 Resin In A Fixed Bed Mustafa Korkmaz Column Reactor 461 Environmentgal Issues Relating To Greenhouse Gas Emissions For Sustainable Development In Hüseyin Serencam 493 The Economic Cost Of Producing Fresh Water From Oil Driven Desalination Plants In Kingdom Of Saudi Arabia O. Phillips Agboola 559 Arginine-based sensor for fluorometric quantification of zinc ions in water. Soleiman Hisaindee 565 Removal of Dye From Textile Wastewater By Plane Tree (Platanus orientalis L.) Leaves Doğa Aktaş 568 Preparation of Polyaniline in the Presence of Carboxylic Acid Containing Cellulose and Using It for Removal Gülçin Torunoğlu Turan of Dyes 600 The Decoloration Methods of Textile Wastewater Kevser Cirik 611 Phytoremediation of wastewater by in vitro grown Ceratophyllum demersum L. Muhammet Dogan 612 An Effective System for Wastewater Treatment: Aquatic Plants Muhammet Dogan 613 An Overview of Pollution of Water Resources Muhammet Dogan 614 Some Saving Models for Sustainable Use of Water Resources Muhammet Dogan 615 Thermoeconomic Analyses Of Absorption Cycles Driven By Waste Heat Rabi KARAALİ

11 ID Title Author 627 Recovery of Lithium from Geothermal Brines in Pembe Özer 640 Water Quality Investigation Of The Gulluk Lagoon Nedim ÖZDEMİR 644 Pollination Management Roles Of Hymenoptera (Insecta) Aysel Kekillioğlu 648 Determination of Radioactivity Levels and Radiological Hazards of Lichen Samples Osman AĞAR 652 Measurement of gamma radioactivity levels and assessment of radioactivity hazards of beach sand samples in Mersin, Süleyman Fatih following the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear accident Özmen 654 Radioactivity Concentrations and Dose Assessment for Soil Samples of Karadağ Mountain Osman AĞAR 657 Herbal Solution against Maize Weevil Bugrahan Emsen 674 Photocatalytic Activities of ZnO and Pd-ZnO Doped by Coprecipitation Method Nuray Güy 677 Heat Transfer Characteristics of MWCNT/Heat Transfer Oil Nanofluid Flow inside Microfinned Helical Tubes with Constant Wall M.A. Akhavan- Temperature Behabadi 689 s agricultural water footprint; a size too big Sinan Ogun 755 Amonia and ethylene adsorption kinetics of some porous natural earth minerals Abdullah Bayram 762 Fishing for toxic metal ions with functionalized nonwoven fabrics Murat Barsbay 763 Modification of poly(glycidyl methacrylate) (PGMA) grafted PE/PP nonwoven fabrics with ethylenediamine (EDA) for the Cengiz Kavaklı removal of Cr(VI) ions from aqueous media 566 Evaluatıon on Supply Securıty of Natural Gas in Bilgehan Engin 940 RADIATION INDUCED GRAFTING AND POLYMERIZATION FOR THE PREPARATION OF ATRAZINE IMPRINTED POLYMERS Meshude Akbulut Söylemez 945 Determination of Some Metal Levels in Different Tissues of Capoeta umbla (Heckel, 1843) from Çat and Sürgü Dam Lakes, Mahmut Dağlı 1023 EVALUATION AND RECYCLING OF SCRAP TIRES Mustafa Özer

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