Garden Cliff Resort and Spa, Pattaya, THAILAND


Academic Session


1.  Advanced Functional Materials
     Session Scope:
        1.  Advanced Functional Materials:
             • Novel materials with unique functional properties
             • Functional nanomaterials and nanostructures
             • Multifunctional materials for energy applications
             • Functional materials for sensing and biosensing
             • superconducting materials
             • Shape memory materials
             • Electroactive materials
             • Advanced materials for energy storage and conversion
        2. Flexible Electronics:
             • Flexible and stretchable electronic devices
             • Printed and organic electronics
             • Flexible sensors and actuators
             • Wearable and implantable electronics
             • Bendable displays and lighting
             • Flexible energy harvesting and storage devices
             • Roll-to-roll manufacturing of flexible electronics
             • Biocompatible and biodegradable electronics
             • Integration of flexible electronics with textiles
             • Reliability and durability of flexible electronic systems
         3. Flexible Electronics:
             • Semiconductor materials and their properties
             • Semiconductor device physics and modeling
             • Silicon-based and compound semiconductors
             • Semiconductor nanomaterials and nanostructures
             • Semiconductor quantum dots and quantum wells
             • Optoelectronic devices based on semiconductors
             • Semiconductor lasers and photodetectors
             • Semiconductor devices for power electronics
             • Emerging semiconductor technologies (e.g., spintronics, 2D materials)
             • Semiconductor device fabrication and manufacturin
        4. Organic Electronics:
            • Organic semiconductors and conjugated polymers
            • Organic photovoltaics and solar cells
            • Organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs)
            • Organic thin-film transistors (OTFTs)
            • Organic memory devices
            • Organic sensors and biosensors
            • Printed and flexible organic electronics
            • Organic spintronics and magnetic devices
            • Organic electronic materials synthesis and processing
            • Device physics and modeling of organic electronics
        5. Organic Electronics:
            • Optical materials for photonics and optoelectronics
            • Photonic crystals and metamaterials
            • Nonlinear optical materials and devices
            • Semiconductor optics and optoelectronic devices
            • Plasmonic materials and devices
            • Organic and hybrid optical materials
            • Luminescent materials and displays
            • Nanophotonics and nanoscale optical devices
            • Optical sensors and biosensors
            • Optical characterization techniques for materials
        6. Energy Storage:
           • Lithium-ion batteries and beyond
           • Supercapacitors and ultracapacitors
           • Redox flow batteries
           • Solid-state batteries
           • Metal-air batteries
           • Sodium-ion batteries
           • Hydrogen storage materials and systems
           • Advanced electrode materials for energy storage
           • Battery management and control systems
           • Energy storage integration and applications
        7. Perovskite Solar Cells:
           • Perovskite material synthesis and deposition techniques
           • Perovskite solar cell device architectures
           • Stability and lifetime of perovskite solar cells
           • Perovskite solar cell characterization and modeling
           • Perovskite-based tandem solar cells
           • Perovskite materials for optoelectronic applications
           • Perovskite solar cell manufacturing and scalability
           • Perovskite solar cell performance enhancement strategies
           • Environmental impact and sustainability of perovskite solar cells
           • Commercialization and market prospects of perovskite solar cells 

2.  Ceramics Science and Engineering
     Session Scope:
        1. Ceramic Materials and Processing:
            • Raw materials for traditional ceramics
            • Ceramic powders and powder processing techniques
            • Ceramic forming methods (e.g., slip casting, pressing, extrusion)
            • Ceramic shaping and green machining/manufacturing
            • Drying and binder burnout processes
            • Ceramic sintering and densification (e.g., cold sintering, Reactive Templated Grain Growth RTGG)
            • Glass-ceramic processing and properties 
            • Ceramic composites and hybrid materials (e.g., ceramic-metal, ceramic-plastic, ceramic-polymer)
            • Microstructure control and optimization (e.g., textured ceramics)
            • Joining and bonding of ceramics
         2. Traditional and Advanced Ceramic Applications:
            • Whitewares and tableware ceramics
            • Refractories and high-temperature ceramics
            • Structural ceramics and ceramic components
            • Ceramic tiles and decorative ceramics
            • Sanitary ceramics and bathroom fixtures
            • Ceramic abrasives and cutting tools
            • Electrical insulating ceramics
            • Ceramic filters and membranes
            • Ceramic biomaterials and dental ceramics
            • Historical and cultural applications of traditional ceramics
            • New methods, new ways to use traditional methods, and overcoming challenges

3.  Nanomaterials and Catalysts
     Session Scope:
        1. Synthesis and Fabrication of Nanomaterials:
           • Bottom-up and top-down synthesis techniques
           • Nanoparticle synthesis and assembly
           • Nanowires, nanotubes, and nanofibers
           • Nanostructured films and coatings
           • Self-assembly and self-organization of nanomaterials
           • Templated and guided growth of nanomaterials
           • Functionalization and surface engineering of nanomaterials
           • Scalable production and manufacturing of nanomaterials
           • Novel approaches for large-scale synthesis
       2. Nanomaterials for Environmental Applications:
           • Nanomaterials for water purification and remediation
           • Nanomaterials for air pollution control
           • Nanomaterials for carbon capture and utilization
           • Nanomaterials for catalytic reactions in green chemistry
           • Nanomaterials for sustainable packaging and lightweight materials
           • Nanomaterials for thermoelectric and piezoelectric applications
           • Nanomaterials for energy-efficient lighting and displays
       3. Catalyst design and synthesis
           • Heterogeneous catalysts and catalytic materials
           • Homogeneous catalysts and organocatalysis
           • Bimetallic and alloy catalysts
           • Nanostructured catalysts
           • Catalyst characterization and catalyst support interactions
           • Reaction mechanisms and kinetics
           • Catalytic processes for chemical synthesis
           • Environmental catalysis and pollution control
           • Catalysts for biomass conversion and renewable energy
           • Computational modeling and design of catalysts

4. Surface Science, and Thin Film Technology
    Session Scope:
       1. Surface Chemistry and Physics:
           • Surface characterization techniques (e.g., X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy, scanning probe microscopy)
           • Surface structure and dynamics
           • Surface reactions and catalysis
           • Surface modification and functionalization
           • Surface phenomena and surface engineering
           • Surface energy and wettability
           • Surface roughness and topography
           • Surface adhesion and friction
           • Surface defects and interfaces
           • Surface science in nanotechnology
       2. Thin Film Deposition Techniques:
           • Physical vapor deposition (PVD) methods (e.g., evaporation, sputtering)
           • Chemical vapor deposition (CVD) techniques (e.g., atmospheric pressure CVD, plasma-enhanced CVD)
           • Atomic layer deposition (ALD)
           • Molecular beam epitaxy (MBE)
           • Spin coating and dip coating
           • Sol-gel processing
           • Spray pyrolysis
           • Electrochemical deposition
           • Inkjet and aerosol jet printing of thin films
           • Roll-to-roll and flexible thin film deposition
       3. Thin Film Growth and Characterization:
           • Epitaxial growth of thin films
           • Nanoscale thin film growth
           • Thin film nucleation and growth kinetics
           • Thin film crystallography and phase transitions
           • Thin film stress and strain engineering
           • Thin film metrology and in-situ monitoring
           • Thin film composition and thickness determination
           • Mechanical and electrical properties of thin films
           • Optical properties and spectroscopy of thin films
           • Magnetic and electronic properties of thin films
           • Thin film casting 
       4. Thin Film Applications:
           • Thin film solar cells and photovoltaics
           • Thin film cooling materials 
           • Thin film transistors and electronics
           • Thin film sensors and actuators
           • Thin film coatings and surface protection
           • Thin film optics and photonics
           • Thin film catalysis and energy conversion
           • Thin film biomaterials and biointerfaces
           • Thin film nanoelectromechanical systems (NEMS)
           • Thin film corrosion protection and barrier coatings
           • Thin film tribology and wear-resistant coatings
           • Thin films for energy-saving applications 

5.  Radiation Physics and Advanced Materials Characterization
     Session Scope:
       1. Synchrotron Radiation and Neutron Scattering Techniques:
            • Synchrotron radiation generation and properties
            • X-ray absorption spectroscopy (XAS) and X-ray fluorescence (XRF)
            • X-ray diffraction (XRD) and X-ray imaging
            • X-ray microscopy and tomography
            • Neutron sources and instrumentation
            • Small-angle neutron scattering (SANS)
            • Neutron reflectometry and diffraction
            • Neutron imaging and tomography
       2. Electron Microscopy and Spectroscopy:
            • Scanning electron microscopy (SEM) and transmission electron microscopy (TEM)
            • Energy-dispersive X-ray spectroscopy (EDS) and electron energy-loss spectroscopy (EELS)
            • Electron diffraction and electron holography
            • In situ electron microscopy techniques
       3. Ion Beam Techniques:
            • Ion beam analysis (IBA) methods (RBS, PIXE, NRA)
            • Ion implantation and ion beam modification
            • Focused ion beam (FIB) microscopy and nanofabrication
            • Secondary ion mass spectrometry (SIMS)
       4. X-ray and Neutron Diffraction Techniques:
            • Crystal structure determination and refinement
            • Texture analysis and residual stress measurement
            • Phase identification and quantification
            • Time-resolved and in situ diffraction
            • X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS)
            • Raman spectroscopy and infrared spectroscopy
            • Nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy
            • Mössbauer spectroscopy
        5. Electron Microscopy and Imaging Techniques:
            • High-resolution imaging and elemental mapping
            • Electron diffraction and selected area electron diffraction (SAED)
            • Electron energy-loss spectroscopy (EELS)
            • In situ microscopy techniques (e.g., TEM, STEM)
        6. Surface and Interface Analysis Techniques:
            • Auger electron spectroscopy (AES)
            • Secondary ion mass spectrometry (SIMS)
            • X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS)
            • Atomic force microscopy (AFM)  
         7.  Particle therapy and applications 
            • Medical imaging
            • Interaction of radiation with materials (simulations and experiments)
            • Photon, proton and neutron therapy
            • Paticle detections, hardware development and electrocnics
            • Medical imaging
            • Interaction of radiation with materials (simulations and experiments)
            • Irradiation effect on mateirals 
            • Biological effect of radiation
            • Radiation shielding materials and transport
6.  Critical Minerals and Rare-Earth Elements, Metals and Alloys, Construction Materials, Materials Design, and Materials in Emerging Industries
       This session covers a wide range of materials reseaech, including critical minerals and rare-earth elements, metals and alloys, construction materials and related materials. Materials design and materials in emerging industries are also welcomed. This session provides platform for students, researchers and experts to discuss the latest advancements, fundamental principles, innovations, applications and emerging trends. Attendees will have an opportunity to engage in interdisciplinary discussions, share knowledge.
     Session Scope:
       1. Critical Minerals and Rare-Earth Elements:
            • Exploration, extraction, and processing of critical minerals and rare-earth elements.
            • Sustainable mining practices and environmental impacts.
            • Recycling and circular economy approaches for critical minerals and rare-earth elements.
            • Advances in characterization and analysis techniques.
            • Applications and utilization of critical minerals and rare-earth elements in various industries.
       2. Metals and Alloys:
            • Novel alloys and their synthesis methods.
            • Mechanical, thermal, and electrical properties of metals and alloys.
            • Processing techniques and advancements in metal forming, casting, and additive manufacturing.
            • Corrosion resistance and surface modification of metals and alloys.
            • Applications of metals and alloys in aerospace, automotive, energy, and other industries.
       3. Construction Materials:
            • Sustainable materials for construction and infrastructure development.
            • Innovative building materials and composites.
            • Structural properties and durability of construction materials.
            • Energy-efficient materials for insulation and heat management.
            • Construction material testing, standards, and certifications.
        4. Materials Design:
            • Computational modeling and simulation for materials design.
            • Multiscale and multiphysics modeling approaches.
            • Design optimization and material performance prediction.
            • Tailoring material properties for specific applications.
            • Materials informatics and machine learning in materials design.
            • Materials in Emerging Industries: Advanced materials for, robotics, and advanced manufacturing.

7.  Applied Polymer Materials, Advanced Composites, Biomaterials, and Environmental Materials
     Session Scope:
      Description: This session will provide an in-depth discussion of the most recent research and data in the disciplines of Applied Polymer Materials, Advanced Composites, Biomaterials, and Environmental Materials. The various industrial, environmental, and biomedical applications of polymers, materials, and biomaterials will also be discussed. This session will also provide an exceptional opportunity for all scientists and researchers to network.
8. Special Session: IEEE MagSoc Thailand
"Advancements in Magnetic, Electronic, and Energy Materials for Next-Generation Technologies"
DESCRIPTION : This special session encompasses a wide range of scopes, including magnetic materials, spintronics, magnetic recording technology, magnetic measurement and characterization, electronic materials, Lead-free piezoelectric and dielectric materials, triboelectric nanogenerator, energy harvesting, energy storage, and more. It provides a comprehensive platform for researchers and experts to discuss the latest advancements, fundamental principles, applications, and emerging trends in these areas. The session aims to explore the development of innovative materials, devices, and technologies that pave the way for next-generation energy conversion, storage, and sensing systems. Attendees will have the opportunity to engage in interdisciplinary discussions, share knowledge, and foster collaborations that drive the progress of cutting-edge research and its practical implementations.
     Session Scope:
       1. Magnetic Materials:
           • Magnetic properties and phenomena
           • Soft and hard magnetic materials
           • Magnetic thin films and nanoparticles
           • Magnetic alloys and composites
           • Magnetic materials for data storage applications
           • Magnetic materials for sensing and biomedical applications
           • Magnetocaloric and magnetostrictive materials
           • Magnetic shape memory materials
           • Magnetic materials for spintronics and quantum technologies
           • Novel magnetic materials and applications
       2. Spintronics:
          • Spin transport and spin dynamics
          • Spin-based electronic devices
          • Spin injection and detection
          • Spin manipulation and control
          • Spin Hall effect and spin-orbitronics
          • Spin-dependent transport phenomena
          • Spin valves and magnetic tunnel junctions
          • Spintronic materials and interfaces
          • Spintronic sensors and memories
          • Spintronics for quantum computing
       3. Magnetic Recording Technology:
          • Magnetic recording media and storage systems
          • Magnetic recording heads and sensors
          • High-density magnetic recording techniques
          • Heat-assisted magnetic recording (HAMR)
          • Perpendicular magnetic recording (PMR)
          • Magnetic recording modeling and simulation
          • Signal processing and coding for magnetic recording
          • Tribology and reliability in magnetic storage
          • Magnetic read/write processes and technologies
          • Advanced magnetic recording architectures
       4. Lead-free Piezoelectric and Dielectric Materials:
           • Lead-free piezoelectric materials and devices
           • Dielectric materials for capacitors and energy storage
           • Multiferroic materials and devices
           • Ferroelectric and relaxor materials
           • Piezoelectric and dielectric thin films
           • Electroactive polymers for actuation and sensing
           • Ferroelectric domain engineering and characterization
           • High-temperature and high-frequency dielectrics
           • Ferroelectric memory and non-volatile devices
           • Dielectric and piezoelectric energy harvesting
       5. Triboelectric Nanogenerator:
           • Fundamentals of triboelectricity
           • Triboelectric nanogenerator design and fabrication
           • Materials for triboelectric energy harvesting
           • Wearable and flexible triboelectric devices
           • Triboelectric sensors and self-powered systems
           • Triboelectric nanogenerators for sustainable applications
           • Hybrid energy harvesters and integrated systems
           • Triboelectricity for environmental monitoring and sensing
           • Triboelectric energy harvesting efficiency and optimization
           • Triboelectricity in healthcare and biomedical applications
9. Special Session: Glass and Optical Materials Division Meeting
     Session Scope:
      - Glass and Crystal for scintillation and photonics materials and its applications
      - Glass and Crystal Formation and Structural Relaxation
      - Structural Characterizations of Glasses and Melts
      - Simulation of Glasses Structure and related fields 
      - Glass Properties
      - Non-Oxide Glasses, MOF-Glasses, and Glass-Ceramics
      - Glass-based Biomaterials
      - Dissolution and Interfacial Reactions
      - Glass Surfaces, Interfaces,  and Coatings
      - Materials for Waste Immobilization
      - Laser and Radiation Interactions with Glasses: Experimental and Simulation
      - Charge and Energy Transport in Disordered Materials
      - Optical and Optoelectronic Glass and Crystals-based Devices
      - Glass Manufacturing
      - Optical Materials and Related Technology
      - Glass for Clean Energy
      - Antique Glass Arts and Reproduction
      - Recycling Techniques
10. Special Session: Advancing Sustainablity through Innovative Materials
      The “Advancing Sustainability through Innovative Materials” session will undertake a comprehensive exploration of cutting-edge material technologies for the promotion of the global sustainable development goals. These advancements involve the application of state-of-the-art materials in various domains, including wastewater treatment, sensing applications for health and food safety, valued-added functional materials from industrial and agricultural wastes and environmental-friendly corrosion protection via photocathodic mechanisms. Additionally, the session will delve into the realm of bioceramics and biodegradable materials, and it will highlight the utilization of a catalyst.
        The central themes of this session include, but are not limited to:
            • Nanomaterials
            • Catalysts
            • Biomaterials
            • Photocathodic reactions
            • Sensors
1. Advanced Functional Materials 
Chair: Prof. Dr. Hathaikarn Manuspiya  (CU)
Co-Chair: Prof.Dr.Tosawat Seetawan (Sakon Nakhon Rajabhat University,Thailand)
Co-Chair:  Assoc. Prof. Dr. Oratai Jongprateep (Kasetsart University)
Co-Chair: Asst.Prof.Dr.Narit Triamnak (SU)
2. Ceramics Science and Engineering 
Chair:Assoc. Prof. Dr. Anucha Watcharapasorn (Chiang Mai University, Thailand)
Co-Chair:Asst. Prof. Dr. Sasipohn Praserpalichat (KMITL, Thailand)
Co-Chair:Assoc. Prof. Dr. Tosapol Maluangnont (KMITL, Thailand)
3. Nanomaterials and Catalysts
Chair: Prof.Dr.Wisanu Pecharapha (KMITL, Thailand)
Co-Chair: Dr.Adisorn Ttuantranont (NSTDA, Thailand)
Co-Chair:Dr. Thitirat Charoonsuk (Srinakharinwirot University)
4. Surface Science, and Thin Film Technology
Chair: Dr.Mati Horprathum (NECTEC, Thailand)
Co-Chair: Assoc.Prof.Dr.Pongsakorn Kajanaboos (Mahidol University, Thailand)
Co-Chair:Dr. Satana Pongampai (KMUTT, Thailand)
5. Radiation Physics and Advanced Materials Characterization 
Chair: Dr.Narong Chanlek  (SLRI, Thailand)
Co-Chair:Dr.Phakkhananan Pakawanit (SLRI, Thailand)
Co-Chair: Assoc.Prof.Dr.Suchart Kothan (Chiang Mai University, Thailand)
6. Critical Minerals and Rare-Earth Elements, Metals and Alloys, Construction Materials, Materials Design, and Materials in Emerging Industries
Chair:  Asst.Prof.Dr. Chaiyasit Banjongprasert (Chiang Mai University, Thailand)
Co-Chair: Assoc.Prof.Dr.Sukanda Jiansirisomboon (Suranaree University, Thailand)
Co-Chair: Asst. Prof. Dr. Waraporn Piyawit (Suranaree University, Thailand)
7. Applied Polymer Materials, Advanced Composites, Biomaterials, and Environmental Materials 
Chair: Assoc.Prof.Dr.Winita Punyodom (Chiang Mai University, Thailand)
Co-Chair: Assoc. Prof. Dr. Sarawut Kumphune (Chiang Mai University, Thailand)
Co-Chair: Dr. Phornsawat Baipaywad (CMU, Thailand)
8. Special Session: IEEE MagSoc Thailand 
Chair: Prof.Dr.Naratip Viitayakorn (KMITL, Thailand)
Co-Chair:Assoc. Prof. Dr. Jassada Chureemart (Mahasarakham University)
Co-Chair:Asst. Prof. Dr. Saichon Sriphan

9. Special Session:  Glass and Optical Materials Division (GOMD) Meeting 
Chair: Assoc.Prof.Dr.Jakrapong Kaewkhao  (Nakhon Pathom Rajabhat University, Thailand)
Co-Chair: Assoc.Prof.Dr.Marilou Raduban (Messey University, New Zealand)
Co-Chair: Kohei Yamanoi (Osaka University, Japan)
Co-Chair: Prof.C.K.Jayasankar (SVU, India)
Co-Chair: Assoc.Prof.Dr.Patarawagee Yasaka (Nakhon Pathom Rajabhat University, Thailand)
Co-Chair: Asst.Prof.Dr.Narun Luewarasirikul (Suan Sunandha Rajabhat University, Thailand) 

10. Advancing Sustainablity through Innovative Materials 
Chair: Assoc. Prof. Dr. Ratchatee Techapiesancharoenkij (Kasetsart University, Thailand)
Co-Chair: Assoc. Prof. Dr. Oratai Jongprateep (Kasetsart University, Thailand)
Co-Chair: Asst. Prof. Dr. Gasidit Panomsuwan (Kasetsart University, Thailand)
Co-Chair: Dr. Naray Pewnim (Kasetsart University, Thailand)


The Joint International Conference on Applied Physics and Materials Applications (ICAPMA2023)
December 6 - 9, 2023: Garden Cliff Resort and Spa, Pattaya, THAILAND