Conference Tracks

The Scientific Committee of the Asian Conference on Science, Technology & Medicine organized across dynamic conference tracks designed to help you focus on the challenges that are most important to you.

Engineering

Engineering as a profession is a major player in the twenty-first century. Scientific knowledge and mathematics, gained through study, experiment and practice are applied with intuition or judgment to develop ways to use economically, the materials or forces of nature for the benefit of mankind. A series of exciting tutorials to develop skills in and advance awareness of requirements engineering practices is of particular interest to industry. Topics include but not limited to: Current issues and challenges in Engineering, Chemical, Civil, Electrical, Material, Environmental, Industry, Biomedical, Naval, Ocean, Hydraulic, Resource and Information Engineering as well as Renewable (Green) Energy Systems and Sources (RESSs) as Wind Power, Hydropower, Solar Energy, Biomass, Biofuel, Geothermal Energy, Wave Energy, Tidal energy, Hydrogen & Fuel Cells, Energy Storage.


Information Technology

Information technology systems are used in almost all sectors: business, government, education, entertainment, social and politics. Information technology researches and innovations are unique, because they involve experts from multi-disciplines. This session will foster innovation and entrepreneurship, and network with the brightest minds in academia and industry that are working in this field. Topics include but not limited to: E-Activities, BigData , Data mining, Multimedia:, Computing and Algorithms:¸ Networking and Security: Expert System and Bioinformatics: Emergent Technologies in Complex Adaptive Systems Modeling & Simulation, Signal Processing and Communications , Smart Grid and Electronics ,Web, Application Development & Data Mining , Image processing, Computer Vision & Pattern Recognition , Computer and Communication Networks and Cloud Computing and software Engineering.


Pharmaceutical sciences

Researchers trained in pharmaceutics integrate a broad working knowledge of diverse scientific disciplines: from fundamental studies of drug physiochemical properties and bioactive molecules to mechanisms of various physiological processes that impact drug delivery to specific biological sites of action and, therefore, their therapeutic effectiveness. This track will explore the recent Advances and challenges in Pharmacy covering a wide range of interdisciplinary fields. Topics include but not limited to: Pharmaceutics, Drug Delivery Systems, Medicinal Chemistry and Pharmacognosy, Pharmacy Practice, Pharmacoinformatics , Pharmacology, Industrial Pharmacy, Pharmacy Business and Market, Drugs and Medical Devices: Regulatory affairs, Drug Targeting, Vaccine Drug Delivery Systems, Physiological Considerations of Drug Delivery.


Social Sciences

Exploring disciplinary and interdisciplinary approaches, within and across the various social sciences, and between the social, natural and applied sciences! It is therefore very important that this educational imbalance be addressed and more support provided to the social sciences. Topics include but not limited to: Policy evolution and communication, Economic and community development, Social features of management, marketing and finance, Law and social justice, Corporate social responsibility, Food security and human nutrition, Cross-cultural studies, Peace and conflict resolution, Recovery and analysis of material culture, Psychology of environmental sustainability and social oppression, Child protection and welfare, Health and human well-being and Social and community development.


Virology

Emerging and reemerging viruses are spotted as major cause of increased death rates, significant burden on public health, and economic stability of nations around the globe. Viral pathogens have recently posed high public health concerns and even created havocs in general public due to their pandemic threats owing to rapid spread, increased virulence and potential to affect large number of human population while crossing international boundaries in a quick way. Topics include but not limited to:Virus Emergency, Virus-Vector-Host interactions, Genomic Diversity, Virus Evolution, Zoonotic Viruses, Viral Epidemiology, Pronounce Emerging Viruses as well as Pathogenesis, Pharmacological perspectives, drug discovery, therapeutic avenues, vaccination and gene therapy, virology-immunology and pharmacology.


Molecular Sciences

Major concerns in understanding the interactions between the various systems of a cell, include the interrelationship of DNA, RNA and protein synthesis and learning how these interactions are regulated. The session aims at the education of the medical community and dissemination of reliable information to at-risk populations, which are the most efficient ways to control genetic disorders among the people from different part of world. Topics include but are not limited to: functional genomics, proteomics, bioinformatics, biomedicine, molecular enzymology, molecular virology, classical genetics, cytogenetic, molecular genetics, biochemical genetics, genomics, population genetics, developmental genetics, clinical genetics and genetic counseling and molecular immunology, theoretical bases of biotechnology, physics and physical chemistry of proteins and nucleic acids.


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