INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON SUSTAINABILITY:
DEVELOPMENTS AND INNOVATIONS
February 19 - 22, 2022 - Riyadh, KSA
Connecting Talent with Opportunity
ICSDI 2022 is the most dynamic, informative, inspirational, and innovative event organized by the Engineering College of Prince Sultan University (Riyadh, KSA). For two years, we are using our conferences as an opportunity to connect talented people all over the world with decision-makers and limitless opportunities. The 2022 conference focusing on the State of the Art and Practice in different sustainable development goals (SDG's), as one of the promising and trending Engineering disciplines, this field is still changing rapidly. Along with the diversity of presentations on challenging projects and research, ICSDI 2022 will feature multiple invited speakers on selected topics. The conference will include a wide-range of knowledge-enhancing technical and panel sessions, short courses, and workshops.
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Prince Sultan University
Prince Sultan University was originally founded in 1999 as Prince Sultan Private College, but, in 2003, the Ministry of Higher Education declared it to be a university. It was inaugurated by HRH Crown Prince Sultan bin Abdul Aziz Al-Saud who was the Deputy Premier, Minister of Defense and Aviation, and Inspector-General. PSU is a non-prot institution established in Riyadh by Al-Riyadh Philanthropic Society for Science and licensed by the Ministry of Higher Education. PSU is the first private University in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
PSU SDG VISION
Prince Sultan University strives to support Saudi Arabia’s Vision 2030 and the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by paving the way for higher education in KSA and Middle East.
PSU SDG MISSION
Supporting the Saudi Arabia's Vision 2030 and the PSU’s strategic directions, PSU aligns its mission with SDGs by providing quality education, sustainability initiatives, lifelong learning, scientific research, and community service.
PSU’s commitment to SDG 2030
PSU is committed to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) through effective institutional resources management, innovative teaching and learning, research, national and international partnerships, continuous studies, and outreach. PSU shall undertake the following activities: form higher and steering committees, evaluate each SDG, formulate and develop related SDG policies, conduct awareness campaigns to the PSU community, establish a sustainability office, identify the SDGs related to each college, program, and course, and lab centers at PSU, and implement sustainability-related initiatives
College of Engineering
The College of Engineering (CoE) at PSU has four undergraduate departments: Communications and Networks Engineering, Engineering Management, Civil and Environmental Engineering, Electrical Engineering. The first two departments target male students while the last two target female students. These programs are designed to graduate qualified and competent engineers for the local, regional and international job markets. The College has crafted a dynamic strategic plan designed to deliver quality programs that reflect excellence and leadership in higher education in Saudi Arabia and the region.
The contents and structures of the programs are comparable to those offered by leading universities in the region and worldwide. In addition, the programs are designed in accordance to the recommendations of the leading professional association (IIE - Institute of Industrial Engineers) and in compliance with the requirements of international accreditation agencies including ABET (Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology).
Riyadh City, Saudi Arabia
The Saudi Arabia Kingdom is divided into (13) provinces. Riyadh (Ar Riyad) province is one of the largest regions in terms of area after Ash Sharqiyah. Riyadh city locates in the central region of the kingdom, and its area is approximately about 1600 square km.
Riyadh city is Saudi Arabia’s capital and central financial hub. The transformation from a nomadic culture into a modern city; there is no more active sample than in Riyadh at the current. Riyadh, in the meantime, competes with other modern cities worldwide in the magnificence of its architecture. The petroleum sales income by the start of the 1940s helped in converting Riyadh to a chief cosmopolitan industrial center with contemporary transportation and infrastructure systems. Wide-ranging highways extent over the city, passing above or below each other in an exciting and growing network of roads.