26th International Conference on Engineering, Technology and Applied Science (ETAS-26)is a festival for scholars, researchers and practitioners to discuss interdisciplinary research and practices in the fields of social science, education, business and management and more under multiple sub-themes.
Respected authors are invited to submit abstracts/full papers/posters which have not been submitted in other conferences. Multiculturalism and perspectives are respected and appreciated in our conferences (Jewish, Christian, and Muslim). We anticipate that these conferences will challenge how you look at your researches and find inspirations under a friendly and supportive environment.
All submissions (papers, abstracts and posters) accepted for presentation in this conference will be blind reviewed by science committee, and published in the conference proceeding with a unique digit International Standard Serial Number (ISSN) code. The digital proceeding will be available to view and download from AASE website after the conference.
|Abstract Submission||Before 11-June-2019|
|Notification of Review Result of Abstract||With in one week of submission time|
|Full Paper Submission (optional)||Before 11-June-2019|
|Last date of Registration||Before 14-June-2019|
|Early Bird Registration||Before 14-April-2019|
NOTE: Registration process shall be completed one week prior to the conference date.
Authors are invited to submit their original research works in the following areas including, but not limited to.
MAIN CONFERENCE TRACKS
|Information Technology||Physics & Optics|
|Industrial Engineering||Earth Sciences|
|Systems Engineering||Distributed Generation|
|Chemical Science and Engineering||Electrical & Electronics Engineering|
|Environmental Engineering||Nuclear Engineering|
As we are receiving notable contributions from international academicians, researchers, professionals and practitioners, we would like to recognize the best contributions to the conference on each session with Best Paper, Excellent Paper and Student Award.
This conference program is intensive and will be updated on a regular basis.
*We provide Muslim-friendly food for our Muslim friends.
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Eastin Hotel Makkasan Bangkok is the ideal destination for both business and leisure travelers, providing family floors with child friendly facilities, a boardroom located on the 31st floor catering for small corporate meetings.
Eastin 4-star hotel in Bangkok is conveniently located on Makkasan Road in the Pratunam Area.
- CONFERENCE REGISTRATION -
ONE Registration fee includes the following:
1- Free membership of AASE
2- Access to all sessions
3- Conference Bag
4- Printed Participation & presentation Certificate
5- Conference Program
6- Proceedings Soft copy
7- Coffee breaks on the presentation day
8- Lunch on the presentation day
9- International journal publication as free (online) after Conference.
|Normal participant||400 USD|
|Early bird||300 USD|
|AASE member||350 USD|
|Additional paper||200 USD|
|Additional author||200 USD|
|Extra proceeding||30 USD|
|Additional page||10 USD|
Please check the website of Bureau of Consular Affairs to make sure if your country is eligible for the visa exemption program or landing visas. It is important that you ensure that you have valid passports, visas and any information that meet the entry requirement. AASE is not responsible for visa application, please consult your travel agent for more details about Visa application.
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