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ICIRST 2016 : International Conference on Inventive Research in Engineering and Technology (ICIRST 2016) 


When Apr 16, 2016 - Apr 16, 2016
Where Thailand
Submission Deadline Mar 14, 2016

Call For Papers

International Conference on Inventive Research in Engineering and Technology (ICIRST 2016) is being organized on April 16, 2016 by the Inventive Research Organization at IBIS Hotel, Pattaya, Thailand. ICIRST will provide an outstanding international forum for sharing knowledge and results in all fields of science, engineering and Technology. ICIRST provides quality key experts who provide an opportunity in bringing up innovative ideas. Recent updates in the in the field of technology will be a platform for the upcoming researchers. The conference will be Complete, Concise, Clear and Cohesive in terms of research related to science and Technology.

All submitted papers will be peer reviewed. Accepted papers will be published in IRO conference proceedings. Extended version of selected papers out of those presented at the conference will be encouraged for possible publication in special issues of peer reviewed international journals. Both academic world and industries are invited to present their papers dealing with state-of-art research and future developments.

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