- Chulalongkorn University
- Suranaree University of Technology
- The Materials Research Society of Thailand
- National Metal and Materials Technology Center
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- Considering the current pandemic situation, we are aware of the concerns that may arise regarding the safety issues and restriction of traveling from abroad. AMF-AMEC 2021 will now be organized fully online. The registration fees and sponsor packages will be adjusted accordingly. We hope that the dynamic and interactive virtual platform will enable the scientists to exchange ideas and connect with the leading researchers in materials science and related topics. Although we are unable to have a meeting onsite, we will continue to provide you a scientific program in the full spectrum as you would have experienced as before. we look forward to welcoming you to AMF-AMEC 2021. (Updated on May 29)
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Welcome to the Materials Thailand 2021. The conference will be organized fully online from July 7th – 9th, 2021. This is the joint conference between Asian Meetings of Ferroelectrics (AMF) and Electroceramics (AMEC). This international conference brings together leaders from academia, national laboratories and industrial research and development sectors. The purposes are to discuss the most recent advancements in materials science and technology, material processing and characterization, as well as the development of new applications and devices.
AMF (The Asian Meeting on Ferroelectricity) is a series of biennial meetings endorsed by the Asian Ferroelectric Association (AFA). This conference has been emerged as a strong body of scientists and engineers on ferroelectric basics and its applications, existing for more than two decades. The first Asian Meeting on Ferroelectrics (AMF-1), initiated by Prof. Xi Yao, was held in Xi’an-China in 1995. Then, the meetings were organized in Singapore (1998, AMF-2), Hong Kong-China (2000, AMF-3), Bangalore,-India (2003, AMF-4), Noda-Japan (2006, AMF-5), Chinese Taipei (2008, AMF-6), Jeju-Korea (2010, AMF-AMEC-7) and Pattaya-Thailand (2012, AMF-8), Shanghai-China (2014, AMF-AMEC-9), New Delhi-India (2016, AMF-10) and Hiroshima-Japan (2018, AMF-11).
AMF is one of the most renowned international events on the ferroelectricity, which gathers physicists, chemists, electronic scientists and industry engineers from universities, institutes and industries from Asian region as well as the other parts of the world. The meeting aims to discuss the progress in ferroelectrics, electroceramics, and passive devices, including a broad spectrum of basic principles, materials processing and characterization, and various applications. AMF has witnessed the fast-growing community and the research activities in Asian in last two decades. The meeting will continue this thriving trends of the Asian Ferroelectricity Community.
AMEC (The Asian Meeting on Electroceramics) is an international conference that brings together physicists, chemists, electronic scientists, and industrial engineers from academics and industries from Asian region as well as the other parts of the world. The conference emphasizes on the discussion and exchange on knowledges about the cutting-edge of electroceramics and passive devices. The first two conferences of the Asian Meeting on Electroceramics (AMEC-1 and AMEC-2) were held in Kawasaki-Japan in 2000 and 2001, then followed by biennial meetings in different Asian countries: Singapore (AMEC-3, 2003), Hangzhou-China (AMEC-4, 2015), Bangkok-Thailand (AMEC-5, 2006), Tsukuba-Japan (AMEC-6, 2008), Jeju-Korea (AMEC-7, 2010), Penang-Malaysia (AMEC-8, 2012), Shanghai-China (AMEC-9, 2014) and Taipei-Taiwan (AMEC-10, 2016).
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