Dr. Suparerk Aukkaravittayapun

SESSION A-Physics / Applied Physics

Chair: Dr. Suparerk Aukkaravittayapun
Co-Chair: Associate Professor Dr. Chatchai Putson
Co-Chair: Assistant Professor Dr. Pruet Kalasuwan
Co-Chair: Assistant Professor Dr. Narakorn Kaewkhao
None of breakthrough technology can be achieved without true understanding of Physics behind. Physics and Applied Physics are fundamental and crucial for new developments and innovations not only in problem-solving but also in changing world. From the most fundamental at the bottom to the most challenging in frontier technology at the top, coherent Physics and Applied Physics must be conducted thoroughly in every research or development field. Every step, every knowledge domain, from theory to experiment, must be linked until expected outputs/outcomes are achieved. This session welcomes presentations from the entire spectrum of Physics and Applied Physics which may lead to the linkage across different fields of Physics and Applied Physics for better understanding of natures and improving life towards Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Professor Dr. Tavan Janvilisri

SESSION B-Biological Sciences

Biochemistry / Biotechnology / Microbiology / Molecular biology / Biomedical science / Biodiversity
Chair: Professor Dr. Tavan Janvilisri
Co-Chair: Professor Dr. Alissara ReungsangNULL
Co-Chair: Associate Professor Dr. Sehanat Prasongsuk
Co-Chair: Associate Professor Dr. Oramas Suttinun
Co-Chair: Assistant Professor Dr. Wandee Udomuksorn
Co-Chair: Assistant Professor Dr. Kringpaka Wangkulangkul
Co-Chair: Dr. Sirawit Ittisoponpisan
We are pleased to invite researchers from all fields of life sciences to submit abstracts/full papers for the upcoming STT49 conference. The conference aims to bring together experts and scholars to explore the critical role of biological sciences in advancing the sustainable development goals (SDGs) at the national and international levels. The SDGs are essential for promoting sustainability worldwide, and biological sciences have emerged as a fundamental discipline in achieving these goals. Numerous research endeavors and initiatives have been dedicated to addressing the challenges posed by the SDGs, and it is crucial to foster collaboration and idea exchange among different branches of biological sciences. The purpose of this session is to provide a dynamic platform for researchers to share their recent data, insights, and discoveries, with a specific focus on how biological sciences contribute to the SDGs. By uncovering shared interests that may have been overlooked, we aim to catalyze innovative solutions and drive progress towards sustainable development. The session will encompass a wide spectrum of life sciences, including but not limited to Biochemistry, Biotechnology, Microbiology, Molecular Biology, Biomedical Science and Biodiversity.
Professor Dr. Vatcharin Rukachaisirikul

SESSION C-Chemistry

Analytical Chemistry / Inorganic Chemistry / Organic & Medicinal Chemistry / Physical & Theoretical Chemistry
Chair: Professor Dr. Vatcharin Rukachaisirikul
Co-Chair: Associate Professor Dr. Aporn Numnuam
Co-Chair: Assistant Professor Dr. Nararak Leesakul
Co-Chair: Dr. Teerapong Pirojsirikul
Chemistry session aims to bring together professors, students and scientists to exchange and share their experiences and research results on four sub-sessions of chemistry including Analytical Chemistry, Inorganic Chemistry, Organic & Medicinal Chemistry, and Physical & Theoretical Chemistry. Each sub-session consists of the following topics:

  • Analytical Chemistry: sample preparation, chromatographic methods, environmental chemistry, spectroscopic analysis, electroanalytical chemistry, chemical sensor, biosensors, and modern analytical techniques

  • Inorganic Chemistry: coordination chemistry, structural chemistry and crystal engineering, metal-inorganic/organic framework, bio-inorganic chemistry, photocatalysis, bioactive material, supramolecular inorganic chemistry, catalyst

  • Organic & Medicinal Chemistry: natural product chemistry, medicinal chemistry, chemical biology, chemical methods, synthetic organic chemistry, computational chemistry and drug design

  • Physical & Theoretical Chemistry: novel spectroscopic methods, computational chemistry, quantum chemistry and molecular interaction, molecular dynamics
Associate Professor Dr. Chartchai Leenawong

SESSION D-Mathematics / Statistics / Computer Science / Data Science / Ai

Chair: Associate Professor Dr. Chartchai Leenawong
Co-Chair: Associate Professor Dr. Apiradee Saelim
Co-Chair: Associate Professor Dr. Klairung Samart
Co-Chair: Assistant Professor Dr. Kamthorn Chailuek
Co-Chair: Assistant Professor Dr. Teera Siriteerakul
This session provides an inclusive platform for researchers in Mathematics, Statistics, Computer Science, Data Science, Artificial Intelligence, and other relevant disciplines to gather, present, and exchange their cutting-edge academic perspectives on the latest research findings. The session's overarching theme revolves around leveraging these fields to drive sustainable solutions and contribute to the achievement of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals established by the United Nations. While the focus lies on this particular aspect, participants are encouraged to explore other innovative applications and interdisciplinary approaches that align with the session's objectives.
Professor Dr. Suttichai Assabumrungrat

SESSION E-Energy / Environmental & Earth Science / Materials Science / Chemical Technology

Chair: Professor Dr. Suttichai Assabumrungrat
Co-Chair: Professor Dr. Pitsanupong Kanjanapayont
Co-Chair: Associate Professor Dr. Chanatip Samart
Co-Chair: Associate Professor Dr. Neeranuch Phusunti
Co-Chair: Assistant Professor Dr. Pungtip Kaewtubtim
Co-Chair: Associate Professor Dr. Yutthapong Pianroj
Co-Chair: Dr. Mati Horprathum
The purpose of this session is to bring together leading academic scientists, researchers and research scholars from all around the world to present research findings and innovation in ENERGY / ENVIRONMENTAL & EARTH SCIENCE / MATERIALS SCIENCE / CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY, and related fields. The session particularly focuses on energy technologies, both renewable and non-renewable energy (e.g., coal, natural gas, biomass, solar, geothermal, and wind energies), energy materials for energy generation and storage (e.g., dielectric, piezoelectric, and triboelectric materials), as well as other aspects such as energy conservation, energy efficiency, economic, policy, and environmental assessment. Beside the sustainable energy, the pioneer research in environmental fields related with waste treatment, upcycling, and pollution control especially carbon dioxide capture and utilization are encouraged for submission. The session is expected to be an interdisciplinary forum for scientists, engineers, and practitioners to exchange and share their experiences, ideas, developments, and applications of the technologies which make advancement towards the sustainable development goals (SDGs).
Professor Dr. Karun Thongprajukaew

SESSION F-Food Science And Technology/Agricultural Science

Chair: Professor Dr. Karun Thongprajukaew
Co-Chair: Associate Professor Dr. Utai Klinkesorn
Co-Chair: Associate Professor Dr. Yuthana Phimolsiripol
Co-Chair: Associate Professor Dr. Jutarut Iewkittayakorn
Co-Chair: Assistant Professor Dr. Thammarat Kaewmanee
Co-Chair: Dr. Sorawit Powtongsook
This session welcomes all branches of science, technology, packaging, and engineering of foods and food products. Fundamental and applied research findings that have potential for improving product quality, extend shelf life of fresh and processed food products, and improve process efficiency are also welcome, as well as for new perspectives in food handling and processing, and innovation and emerging technologies in food products and food industry by-products. This session also covers original works related to strategic, applied, and interdisciplinary studies in all aspects of agricultural sciences and exploited species. Relevant scopes of interest such as plant science, soil and environmental science, agricultural engineering, animal science, livestock and poultry production, fisheries, forestry, and natural resource management.