The 10th International Student Conference on Advanced Science and Technology (ICAST)

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The 10th International Student Conference on Advanced Science and Technology (ICAST)

Global Joint Education Center for Science and Technology (GJEC) of Graduate School of Science and Technology (GSST), Kumamoto University, Japan and Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember (ITS), Indonesia are pleased to announce the 10th International Student Conference on Advanced Science and Technology (ICAST) which will be held at ITS on September 17th and 18th, 2015.

ICAST has been serving to promote international exchange among graduate students and young researchers in various fields of the advanced science and technology since the first conference in Kumamoto in 2008. In addition to Kumamoto the past ICAST took place in Peking University (China), EwhaWomans University (Korea), Ege University (Turkey), Shandong University (China), University of Seoul (Korea) and Blaise Pascal University (France). Active participation of students not only in presentation but also in management of the conference is vital to ICAST. This year the program includes Research Session and General Session in the fields indicated below. Participation of undergraduate students is encouraged as well.

Please see the following information to apply for presentation. We look forward to seeing many of you in Indonesia.

Research Session

Students (graduate students, research students and undergraduate students who are conducting research) will give presentation on their research data either in oral or poster session of the following fields.

  1. Mathematics
  2. Physics
  3. Chemistry
  4. Earth and Environments
  5. Biological Sciences
  6. Applied Chemistry and Biochemistry
  7. Materials Science and Engineering
  8. Mechanical System Engineering
  9. Computer Science and Electrical Engineering
  10. Civil and Environmental Engineering
  11. Architecture
  12. Multi-disciplinary

General Session

Students (mainly undergraduate students, but not excluding graduate students) will present their opinions and ideas on issues related to “energy, environment, natural disasters and challenges facing the society related to science and technology”. Presentation can be based on student’s own data as well as publicly available information.

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