Prof. Siriporn Jungsuttiwong


Dr. Anchalee Junkaew

Assoc. Prof. Sarana Nutanong


The session aims to bring together researchers working in the field of nanomaterials and computational materials science. The session provides a platform for interdisciplinary discussions, knowledge exchange, and collaboration among experts from physics, chemistry, materials science, and engineering. It encourages the presentation of the latest findings, methodologies, and applications in the field. By focusing on materials computational methods, the session aims to advance the understanding and design of nanoscale materials and contribute to the development of innovative nanotechnologies.

Topics in this session include but are not limited to:

  • Materials Computational Methods
  • Physics and Chemistry at low dimensions
  • Multi-scale Modeling of Materials
  • Data-driven materials research and materials informatics
  • Micro-structure Modeling and Phase Transformation
  • Cluster Modeling and Molecular Dynamics
  • Biomolecular modeling
  • Computational Catalysis
  • Modeling of Materials Properties
  • Nanostructures, Nano-Devices
  • Oxides, Nitrides and Related Materials
  • Defects and Doping in Materials
  • Materials for Renewable Energy
  • Materials under Extreme Conditions
  • Surface, Interface and Thin Films
  • Optical and Spectroscopy Properties of Materials

Keynote Speakers

Session 2: Theory and simulation for Nanosystems

Prof. Hiromi Nakai

Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, School of Science and Engineering, Waseda University, Japan

Prof. Zhang Ruiqin

Department of Physics, City University of Hong Kong

Invited Speakers

Session 2: Theory and simulation for Nanosystems

Prof. Jer-Lai Kuo

Institute of Atomic and Molecular (IAMS), Academia Sinica, Taiwan

Assoc. Prof. Supareak Praserthdam

Department of Chemical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand