The 8th ICEEE-2017 Conference wish to bring together the expert academics, researchers, scientists, engineers, consultants, managers and contractors, safety and health officers, economics and individuals from world institutions to participate, create, share, support and develop the future strategies to minimize and to eliminate the environmental pollution to ensure the environmental sustainable development and management.
All contributions will be reviewed and published in journal “Scientific Letters”, ISSN 1338-9432. On the basis of the submitted papers and their topics the scientific committee will recommend them for publication in particular journals indexed in the SCOPUS database.
Manufacturers, providers, operators and start-upers of new education applications and services will have a chance to exhibit their new products, services and equipment during an exhibition organized as a part of the conference. For more information about the exhibition please contact the conference secretariat (by e-mail / letter / phone).
The Organizing committee will not provide participants with an invitation letter on the official form of the alien police for the EU visa purposes. There as on is that such official form assumes organizer (elfa, Ltd.), as the inviting institution, to take all the responsibilites (even financial) for the invited participants. Due to safety reasons, elfa, Ltd. cannot keep such responsibilities for purposes of the ICEEE 2017 conference. We ask the registered participants from non-EU countries with a visa obligation to take this limitation into account seriously.
Official conference language: Slovak and English language.
The contributions are accepted in English only.
|Prof. Ing. Stanislav Kmeť, CSc.||Technical University of Košice, Rector|
|Prof. Dr. Mihály Réger||Óbuda University, Budapest, Rector|
|Prof. Dr. habil. Hosam Bayoumi Hamuda||Óbuda University, Budapest|
|Prof. Dr. habil. István Patkó|
|Prof. Ing. Jozef Bocko, CSc.||Technical University of Košice, Director|
|Assoc. prof. Lýdia Sobotová, PhD.||Technical University of Košice, ICEEE General Secretary|
|Assoc. prof. Ing. Ružena Králiková, PhD.|
|Assoc. prof. Ing. Lýdia Sobotová, PhD.|
|Dr.h.c. Ing. Michal Varchola, PhD.|
|Ing. Marek Moravec, PhD.|
|Ing. Pavol Liptai, PhD.|
|Ing. Tibor Dzuro, PhD.|
|Ing. Beata Hricová, PhD.|
|Ing. Miriama Piňosová, PhD.|
|Ing. Anna Badidová|
|Ing. Miroslava Jamborová|
|Dr.h.c. mult. prof. Ing. Miroslav Badida, PhD.|
|Prof. Dr. Hosam Bayoumi Hamuda|
|Prof. Dr. István Patkó|
|Prof. Ing. Ľubomír Šooš, PhD.|
|Prof. Dr. Eberhard Schmidt|
|Prof. Dr. Feliks Stachowicz|
|Prof. Dr. Olena Bykovska|
|Prof. Dr. Ketevan Goletiani|
|Prof. Dr. Serhiy Shkarlet|
|Prof. Mgr. Juraj Ladomersky, PhD.|
|Prof. Dr. Badri Gechbaia|
|Prof. Dr. P.S. Syed Shabudeen|
|Prof. Dr. Marina Frontasyeva|
|Assoc. prof. Ing. Imre Kiss, PhD.|
|Prof. Ing. Vojtech Dirner,CSc.|
|Prof. Dr. Abdalla A. Ahmed|
|Prof. Ing. Mária Čarnogurská, PhD.|
|Assoc. prof. Ing. Ján Kmec, PhD.|
|Assoc. prof. Ruslan Mariychuk|
|Assoc. prof. Anna Rudawska, PhD.|
|Assoc. prof. RNDr. Miroslav Rusko, PhD.|
|Assoc. prof. Dr. István Bíró|
|Dr. Siniša Bikić|
|Prof. Dr. Ákos Rédey|
|Dr. Lyudmila Symochko|
|Miroslav Badida||Strojnícka fakulta|
|Anna Badidová||Strojnícka fakulta|
|Prof. Dr. Hosam Bayoumi Hamuda||Óbuda University|
|Ľubica Bednárová||Department of Power Engineering|
|Jozef Bocko||Faculty of Mechanical Engineering|
|Rita Bodáné Kendrovics||Óbuda University Rejtő Sándor Light Industry and Environmental Engeneering Faculty Environmental Engineering Institute|
|Tomáš Brestovič||Department of Power Engineering|
|Ludmila Dulebova||TU of Kosice|
|Anna Duricova||TU vo Zvolene|
|Tibor Dzuro||Strojnícka fakulta|
|Juraj Fazekaš||University of Prešov|
|Danica Fazekašová||University of Prešov|
|Jarmila Fialová||Technical Univerzity in Zvolen, Faculty of Ecology and Environmental Science, Department of Environmental Engineering|
|Oksana Fizer||Uzhhorod National Univarsity|
|Vitaly Gerasimov||Mukachevo State University|
|Michal Hornak||University of Prešov|
|Emilia Hroncová||Matej Bel University|
|Miroslava Jámborová||TUKE, SjF, KPaEI|
|Monika Karková||Vysoká škola technická a ekonomická|
|Ľuboš Kaščák||SjF TUKE|
|Abdussalam Ashour Khalif||Szent István University|
|Ján Kmec||Vysoká škola technická a ekonomická|
|Ružena Králiková||Technical university of Kosice|
|Juraj Ladomerský||Matej Bel University|
|Pavol Liptai||Technical university of Kosice|
|Janka Majerníková||Strojnícka fakulta TUKE|
|Ruslan Mariychuk||University of Presov|
|Alica Mašlejová||U. S. Steel Košice, s r.o.|
|Eva Michaeli||University of Prešov|
|Alžbeta Mikulová||Technická univerzita v Košiciach|
|Andrea Miškufová||Technical University of Košice|
|Oleksandr Molnar||Uzhgorod National University|
|Marek Moravec||Technical university of Kosice|
|Juraj Ondruška||STU v BA, Strojnícka fakulta|
|Dominika Palaščáková||TU SjF Košice, KVT|
|Miriama Piňosová||TUKE Košice|
|Soukaina Rida||CADI AYYAD UNIVERSITY|
|Miroslav Rusko||Materiálovotechnologická fakulta so sídlom v Trnave|
|Belghemmaz Salah||Laboratory of Valorization of Biological and Natural Resources, Faculty of Life and Natural Sciences, Ferhat Abbas University, Sétif-1|
|Juraj Šebo||Technical University of Košice|
|Dušan Šebo||SEBEX Slovakia s.r.o.|
|Katarína Senderská||TU of Košice|
|Lydia Sobotova||TU of Kosice|
|Emil Spišák||Strojnícka fakulta TUKE|
|Felix Stachowicz||Politechnika Rzeszowska Wydzial Budowy Maszyn I Lotnictwa, Rzeszów|
an area whose natural beauty makes it one of the most remarkable recreation areas not only in Slovakia but in all of Europe. Among other things, the High Tatras offer exceptionally clean air and a unique climate, leaving every visitor feeling better, especially those who take advantage of the many health spa treatments available. Hiking paths, ranging from gentle to highly demanding, wind among spectacular peaks and rock walls. A complete spectrum of Slovakia hotels and restaurants await guests whether they come looking for the beauty of the outdoors or for simple relaxation. The High Tatras environmental so provides a special variety of sports and recreation facilities.
Grandhotel Praha has been writing its glamorous history since 1905. It was built in beautiful Art Nouveau style, which takes you back in time to the era of a real fairytale in the Tatras. The hotel is located in Tatranská Lomnica and offers accommodation in 106 rooms and 19 suites.
A new wellness centre that offers spoiling and stylish wellness packages in the Tatras is the most precious jewel of the hotel. The idea of combining healing effects of Tatra nature and local spa tradition is embodied in the Grand Mountain Spa. Treatments, massages and own cosmetic products based on herbs, forest fruits and other treasures of Tatra nature are available only in our Wellness & Spa centre and all hotel premises. You will feel it everywhere you go – when savouring healthy delicacies of the local kitchen or sleeping on special herbal pillows.
An outdoor infinity pool with breathtaking views, whirlpools, saunas and a big indoor pool offer flawless relaxation after a hiking trip or a day on the ski slope.
Tatranska Lomnica is one of the biggest and nicest settlements in the area of High Tatras. It is situated about 20 Km from Poprad and 135 Km from Kosice, the two closest cities with an international airport.
Depending on the arrival location and times a shuttle service to/from Kosice, or Poprad might be offered on the arrival/departure weekends.
There are two international airports close to Tatranska Lomnica: Poprad and Kosice. Both airports can be easily reached by regular flights (Air France/KLM, Alitalia, Delta Airlines, Czech Airlines, Aeroflot, Lufthansa, Austrian Airlines, Air Canada etc.) from most European as well as international cities via Prague or Vienna.
For those flying to Kosice, the best option as of getting to Tatranska Lomnica is to travel by IC (InterCity) trains to Poprad and then from Poprad by local trains or by the Tatra Electric Railway to Tatranska Lomnica. For more details, please see the section "By Train" below.
For more information about airlines serving Poprad and arrival/departure timetable please click on the following link:
For those arriving at Poprad airport, you are required to proceed to Poprad Railway Station by taxi services.
For more information about airlines serving Kosice and arrival/departure timetable please click on the following link:
For those travelling to Kosice airport, you are required to proceed to Kosice Railway Station by bus nr. 23:
Use the direct train connections (InterCity trains) to Poprad from Vienna, Bratislava or Kosice. From Poprad you can reach Tatranska Lomnica either by local trains or by the Tatra Electric Railway. The local trains end directly in Tatranska Lomnica whereas the Tatra Electric Railway requires changing trains in Starý Smokovec.
For more information about train connections and schedules, please click on the following link:
Click here to see as of how to reach the Grandhotel Praha from Tatranska Lomnica Railway Station.
Slovakia is now in the process of connecting its key cities and borders by highways. Most of them are ready but some short segments are still being built. However, the rest of smaller roads are generally in a good condition. Slovakia imposes a "road user fee" for certain roads. The fee applies to all Slovaks and foreigners. The fee varies according to the engine size. Stickers can be purchased at border crossings, gas stations and post offices.
For information as of how to reach Tatranska Lomnica, click on the following link: