It is with great pleasure that I, on behalf of the organizing committee invite you to join us at our forthcoming 2nd International Engineering Conference on Green Research, Innovation and Sustainable Development: A Means to Diversification of Mono-Cultural Economies (IEC 2017) scheduled to hold in the Federal University of Technology, Minna, Nigeria, 17th – 19th October, 2017. IEC is making waves in the academia and industry, nationally and internationally. The 1st IEC attracted a great number of participants and the 2nd IEC promises to be another exciting and memorable experience as participants are expected from within and outside Nigeria with seasoned and internationally renowned key note speakers drawn from South Africa and Nigeria. This conference will provide an excellent opportunity for the exchange of ideas on the latest engineering research and innovation towards the diversification of mono-cultural economies. The conference organizing committee is working hard to present an impressive world class programme of events backed by excellent coordination during the conference. School of Engineering and Engineering Technology of the University will present a multitude of completed and on-going researches for exhibition. This will help in creating network with researchers, industrialist and opinion leaders in the field of engineering research who are interested in any of the researches for commercialization.
Minna, Niger State capital is in the North Central Nigeria. It is about 2 hours drive from Abuja, the nation’s capital city. The weather lies within the general comfort zone and the state is peaceful. A courtesy call on the emir of Minna and excursion to Shiroro Hydro power generating station will be organized for the participants.
We look forward to your participation and welcoming you in Minna in October, 2017
Dr. A. Nasir
Chairman, Conference Organising Committee
International Advisory Board
Prof. Desa Ahmad
Department of Biological and Agricultural Engineering, faculty of Engineering, Universiti Putra, Malaysia