IWONE 2013 conference (6:th International
Workshop on Natural Energies) took place at August 9th - 11th, 2013,
Höör (50 km northeast of Malmö), Sweden.
With two years since the last IWONE in 2011,
it is time for a new
interesting workshop - an opportunity to present and discuss
unconventional research in an open and relaxed atmosphere.
IWONE is a workshop covering non-traditional ways to affect water flow,
water quality, plants, weather and eco-systems, as well as
non-traditional alternative energy sources. Historically the workshop
has had a focus on ideas related to the Austrian naturalist Viktor
Schauberger. The workshop is organized by Institute of Ecological
Technology (IET) - a non-profit foundation and distributed
self-organizing research institute, situated in Sweden.
The idea is that the participants should hold
speeches (about 30
minutes) in order to present new ideas or to inform about their actual
work or recent research. We also encourage discussions, and the
participants will get feedback through discussions and interaction with
the audience. If you do not have a presentation, it is possible to
participate as a listener (if there is space). The maximum number of
participants is 60.
We try to keep a balance between presentations, practical workshops and
IWONE 2013 Focus
Here you will find information about the areas that the conference
covers, and definitions of the focus areas for IWONE 2013.
This year the focus areas will be:
alternative energy sources
Alternative water flow - with focus on the Oulanka expeditions'
research programme and Viktor
Schauberger's river engineering principles
IWONE 2013 Presentations
Here you will find a list
of the presentations of the conference.
IWONE 2013 Abstracts
Here you will find the abstracts of the presentations of the
A quick qlimpse
glimpse of some of the presentations of the conference.
Here you find a detailed schedule for the conference.
If you have any questions you can
use the following address to contact us:
In the area Alternative water flow
one class will look into the past
Oulanka-expeditions' research programmes, and review how we could move
forward with the questions in those research programmes.
If you wish to give a presentation, submit
Title and Abstract (50-200 words, detailing main focus of presentation
and main results) before May 31st.
(Abstracts received after May 31st
accepted if there still is space.)
If you cannot attend,
it is possible to submit your presentation as a poster presentation.
An expanded paper to be included in the conference
proceedings should be submitted before July
15th. If no expanded paper is submitted only the abstract will
appear in the proceedings.
The digital material for the
live presentation (e.g. ppt or images) should be included on a
USB-memory presented at arrival.
You should specify if you need PC or MAC for the presentation.
Conference introduction starts at 9 AM on Friday 9th
and the conference ends about 5 PM on Sunday 11th August 2013.
How to get to the
proceedings and accepted formats
Submitted papers will be published
in the conference
proceedings (together with the abstracts). The proceedings will
published in pdf format, downloadable from IET, and also in printed
Accepted formats: LaTex, MS Word, plain text.
LaTex submissions should use the following template: IWONE LaTex Template
Submissions should be sent zipped if they contain more than one file.