MSAT is recognized as one of the major series of conference in materials science, technology and engineering. The conference strives to be an international multidisciplinary conference. It aims at providing an arena for stakeholders from academia, research institutes and industry to share their latest findings, to discuss novel applications and to identify the challenges that lie at the frontier of materials science.
News and Download:
- Our guest speakers announcement [Guest speakers poster] new
- Oral presentations program and instructions new
- Poster presentations lists & guidelines new
- Early bird rate extension to August 6, 2018.
- Notification of Abstract Acceptance is now available. To check your abstract review results, please login to conference management system, using your username and password you used when submitting your abstract. If your abstract has been accepted with minor revision or conditionally accepted with major revision, you will have an opportunity to modify your abstract in response to the reviewer’s comments and submit your revised abstract through our conference system by July 18, 2018.
- Second Announcement [2nd Poster]
- First Announcement and Call for Abstracts [1st Poster]
The official language of the conference is English.
- Special Session on “Innovative Textiles for Future Healthcare Application”
- Biomedical Materials and Devices
- Design and Manufacturing + Computational Science and Engineering
- Materials for Energy
- Materials Technology for Environment
- Metal, Alloys and Intermetallic Compounds
- Testing and Reliability
- The Annual Meeting 2018 of MRS-Thailand <Online registration>
- National Metal and Materials Technology Center
- National Science and Technology Development Agency
- Ministry of Science and Technology
- Materials Research Society of Thailand
- Metallurgy and Materials Science Research Institute
- Chulalongkorn University
Sponsors & Exhibitors
- Crystallization in Glass for Ceramic Glazes (Organized and supported by Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Silpakorn University)
“Crystallization has been deemed undesirable in glass industry, where transparency and clarity are frequently a must. However, in the realm of pottery, the glassy layers of glaze possess a wide variety of features and textures. Analogous to science of glass-ceramic materials, crystallization in glassy glazes could completely induce distinctive transformation of ceramic products.
A macroscopic crystalline glaze contains large crystals given suitable firing conditions and carefully designed ingredients. The crystals are induced from interaction among starting chemicals during firing, appearing to be charmingly flower-like. This art work is a pioneer of scientific research, harmoniously integrating art and science and yielding one-of-a-kind and spectacular glazeware products.”