CEEES/CEATE

Confederation of European Environmental Engineering Societies

Confederation of European Environmental Engineering Societies, CEEES, is a forum for international cooperation and information exchange regarding the resistance and integrity of products and systems against environmental influences. It was created as a co-operative body for the European societies in this field and as a partner organization to the U.S. Institute of Environmental Science and Technology.

CEEES welcomes and encourages participation from all organizations and individuals with an interest in environmental engineering and in working with design and testing methods to enhance the integrity, performance and service life of products and systems. Activities are channelled through the national societies, and it is recommended that such societies are founded in countries, which at present do not have a national society for environmental engineering.

CEEES is a confederation of the environmental engineering societies of

the United Kingdom (SEE),
France (ASTE),
Germany (GUS),
Sweden (SEES),
Switzerland (SSEE),
Finland (KOTEL),
Belgium (BSMEE),
the Netherlands (PLOT),
Italy (AITPA),
Czech Republic (NACEI)
Austria (ÖGUS)
&
Portugal (SOPSAR)

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Manifestations

Journée Automobile Connectée à LCIE - la journée a été reportée en 2019

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Formations

Par son approche originale centrée «essais et simulation des environnements rencontrés par vos produits au cours de leur cycle de vie», la formation ASTE vous permet d’optimiser vos processus de mise en œuvre de produits,

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