INST2019 (International Nuclear Science and Technology Conference)

Asia/Bangkok
Centara Grand at Central Ladprao

Centara Grand at Central Ladprao

Chatuchak, Bangkok 10900, Thailand
Description

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Full paper deadlines (done online, via Call for Papers section):

Process Deadline
Full paper submission by authors 18 Mar 2019 [extended]
(16:30 Thailand time)
First-round reviewer decision/comments submitted 17 Apr 2019
Authors submit first revision 3 May 2019
Reviewers/Authors finalize paper 21 May 2019
Final papers sent to Publisher 31 May 2019

Welcome to INST2019 conference (Feb 4-6, 2019, Bangkok, Thailand). 

Nuclear technology has played an important role in many aspects of our lives, including agriculture, medicine and healthcare, materials, environment, forensics, energy, and frontier advancement. The International Nuclear Science and Technology Conference (INST) aims to bring together scientists, engineers, academics and students to share knowledge and experiences about all aspects of nuclear sciences. INST has evolved from a national conference series on nuclear science and technology that was held every two years in Bangkok for over a twenty-year period.

INST2019 is the third of the INST conference series organized by Thailand Institute of Nuclear Technology. It will be held under the slogan 'Nuclear for Better Life' and theme 'Innovation and Advanced Technology.' The program of the 2019 event will consist of oral and poster sessions from contributed papers. Invited lectures will be given by international experts. The proceedings of the conference will be published in a peer-reviewed journal (tentatively, IOP Journal of Physics: Conference Series).

Topics addressed include nuclear science and technology in the following areas:

  • Agriculture and Food (AGR)
  • Environment (ENV)
  • Industry (IND)
  • Instrument (INS)
  • Medical (MED)
  • Physics (PHY)
  • Safety (SAF)
  • Newton Neutron Applications (NNA)

On 5 Feb, Newton Neutron Applications Workshop will be held as part of INST2019 under TINT-STFC Newton Program on Skills for Large Facilities. The workshop aims for knowledge sharing from experienced UK researchers, and for strengthening the understanding and scientific capability of SEA researchers regarding the applications of neutron techniques.

We look forward to seeing you in Bangkok!


**Deadlines:**

  •  Abstract submission (online form): 1 May-15 Aug 2018 (1 presentation/registration)
  • Nuclear Scientist Award nominations: 1 May-31 Aug 2018
  • Acceptance revision & notification: 31 Aug 2018 (noon)
  • Payment (early): 1 Sep - 15 Nov 2018 (extended)
  • Payment (regular): 16 Nov - 15 Dec 2018
  • Onsite cash payment is accepted in Thai Baht only:
    • Regular: 10,000 THB
    • Student: 3,500 THB
  • Full paper submission (optional) via email (inst.th@gmail.com)

Presentation formats:

  • Oral:
    • Invited: 25 min presentation + 5 min Q&A
    • Normal contribution: 15 min presentation + 5 min Q&A
    • Screen format: 4:3
  • Poster: Maximum poster size 80 cm x 120 cm

Payment options (see Registration page for details):

For students, please send a photo of your student ID or proof of university registration to inst.th@gmail.com to qualify for the student rate.

  1. Online (credit card via Krungsri E-Payment, in US Dollar)
  2. Bank transfer (Thai Baht)
  3. On-site payement on 4 Feb 2019 (cash in Thai Baht)

Bank transfer information:

Bank of Ayudhya
Branch: Kasetsart University
Account type: Savings
Account number: 3741593305
Bank SWIFT Code: AYUDTHBK
Account name (Thai): เงินสนับสนุนการจัดประชุม วทน.
(Account name = Support for INST, is in Thai name only)

Bank Headquarters address: 1222 Rama III Road, Bang Phongphang, Yan Nawa, Bangkok 10120 Thailand

Please notify us by email after you've made payment.

There is no refund policy.


Full paper template (IOP JP:CS)

https://publishingsupport.iopscience.iop.org/author-guidelines-for-conference-proceedings/


 

Newton Neutron Applications Workshop
NSA_YNSA
Participants
  • Alina A Rahman
  • Alina A Rahman
  • Amares Chatt
  • Anawat Rittirong
  • Andreas Musilek
  • Apichate Maneewong
  • Apisara Charoensri
  • Apiwat Wisitsorasak
  • Atchararat Chaimuanwong
  • BaekSeok SEONG
  • Budsaraphorn Moonlek
  • Chanis Pornnumpa
  • Chitsanupong Pluksa
  • Chiviwat Kitasin
  • Chunyapuk Kukusamude
  • Chunyapuk Kukusamude
  • Chutima Kranrod
  • Darunee Peekhunthod
  • Dhanaj Saengchantr
  • Doendara Malain
  • DONG HOON LIM
  • Dussadee Rattanaphra
  • Dussadee Rattanaphra
  • Grittima Kongprawes
  • Hassan Mohd Hafiz
  • Hendrik Heijnis
  • Hnit Thit Shein
  • Jaruratana Eamsiri
  • Jatechan Channuie
  • Jirapat Chaisupa
  • Jiraporn Promping
  • Julia AbdulKarim
  • JULIE ANDRIANNY MURSHIDI
  • Jun Zhuang
  • Jutima Yodyiumyuth
  • Kampanart Silva
  • Kanokpich Khwaiphan
  • Kanokporn Boonsirichai
  • Kanokrat Tiyapun
  • Kanyawee Wansook
  • Kasinee Hemvichian
  • Kemiga Kuepitak
  • Ketvarong Nukulkij
  • Khanit MATRA
  • Khanit MATRA
  • Kiadtisak Saenboonruang
  • Korawit Saeju
  • Kotchaphan Kanjana
  • Kritsada Kittimanapun
  • Lalita Chunkoh
  • leeda Mitrayon
  • Malik Anjelh Baqiya
  • Manh Dung Ho
  • Manit Jitpukdee
  • Michiko Fukushima
  • Moleephan Dangprasert
  • muhammad rawi mohamed zin
  • Myo Zaw Htut
  • Nadiya Miftachul Chusna
  • Najet Mahmoudi
  • Narongchai Autsavapromporn
  • Nawin Juntong
  • NICHAPA BUASUWAN
  • Niken Siwi Pamungkas
  • Nopparit Somboonkittichai
  • Noppawan Rattanadecho
  • Novita Wiwoho
  • Ooraphan Chirayutthanasak
  • Orasa Onjun
  • Paagjira Gajaseni
  • Pakornsak Saeaun
  • Panchalee Prakongsil
  • Pannipa Noithong
  • Pantip Ampornrat
  • Pathcharanan Tuanghirunwimol
  • Pattaranipa Gunhakoon
  • Pattra Lertsarawut
  • Phacharatouch Chaimongkon
  • Phacharatouch Chaimongkon
  • Phanuwat Thab-in
  • Phongphaeth Pengvanich
  • Pichayada Katemake
  • Pimpon Uttayarat
  • Pinyapach Tiamduangtawan
  • Pitima Ragchana
  • Piyanuch Orpong
  • Piyawan Srikongpan
  • Pongphanot Rindhatayathon
  • Poonnaphob Sopapan
  • Poonyanuch Poomikantaya
  • Porama Thepsiri
  • pornrad srisawad
  • Prasong Kessaratikoon
  • Prathan Mirattanaphari
  • Prawit Buaban
  • Purit Quinram
  • Rawiwan Kritsananuwat
  • Retno Asih
  • Roppon Picha
  • Rungsin Kongkerd
  • Ryuta Hazama
  • Saensuk Wetchagarun
  • Sangmook Kang
  • Sangutid Thongsawad
  • sarayut khemngern
  • Sarinrat Wonglee
  • Sarinya Wongsanit
  • Sasikarn Nuchdang
  • Sasiphan Khaweerat
  • Saurabh Kabra
  • Sawitree Suayod
  • Sirilak Chookaew
  • Siriyaporn Sangaroon
  • Sompong Sriburee
  • ST. Ulfawanti Intan Subadra
  • Suchanya Junsen
  • Suchinda Sattayaporn
  • Sujittra Phetwiset
  • Supalak Kongsri
  • Suphanat Nimbua
  • Suphanat Nimbua
  • Supoj Ua-apisitwong
  • Suputtra Visetpotjanakit
  • Surasak Sajjabut
  • Sutasinee Kotayee
  • Sy Minh Tuan Hoang
  • Tachatad Kulthananat
  • TaeJoo Kim
  • Tanagorn kwamman
  • Tarika thumvijit
  • Teerawat Temponsub
  • Teesit Varapaskul
  • Test General
  • Thadpong Chanton
  • Thawatchai Itthipoonthanakorn
  • Thawatchart​ Chulapakorn
  • Thiansin Liamsuwan
  • Thiansin Liamswan
  • Thiti Rungseesumran
  • Thitirat Rattanawongwiboon
  • Thititip Tippayamontri
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  • Tosaporn PASSADU
  • Vararas Khamvarn
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  • Vichai Puripunyavanich
  • Vithit Pungkun
  • wachiraporn pewlong
  • Wanatchaporn Arunmanee
  • Wanitch Limohpasmanee
  • Wannee Srinuttrakul
  • Waraporn Sudchai
  • Wasin Chevajarassakul
  • Wasin Vechgama
  • Weerawat Pornroongruengchok
  • Wijittra Wongjaikham
  • Wiranee Sriwiang
  • Worrakarn Wangwon
  • Yanin Sukjai
  • Yottana Tanakaran
  • Zaifol Samsu
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