Report on visit to Sydney, Australia for 20th International Congress on Acoustics (ICA2010)
The congress was organized by Australian Acoustical Society in association with International Commission for Acoustics during 23-27 August, 2010 at Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre. The submission to conference was over 900 papers and more than 800 papers have been presented in oral and poster sessions spanning over five days across 11 venues for distinguished lectures, plenary, oral presentation, and poster presentation. There were more than 12 distinguished lectures and nearly 5 plenary. Along with social meeting.
My presentation was on Thursday, 26 Aug. 2010 during time slot 08:20‐11:00 at Room 101 under session Measurement, Generation and reproduction of sound 3 at 10:40 am. The session was chaired jointly by George Raicevich of NAL Australia and Terence Betlehem of New Zealand. This session was attended by over 30 interested researchers. It was nice experience to present before experienced research across the globe. To maintain and manage time, the presentation started at 10:40 and goes up to 10:55. It was followed by question and answer for a brief period of 3 minutes. It was followed by some discussion for 2 minutes. Since, mine was the last presentations the discussion regarding my work continued for quite a long time with some of interested audience.
I opted for 2 technical tours organized by organizer. First one was on Monday, 23 Aug. 2010, 2:00 – 6:00 pm to Sydney Opera House. Actual tour was for the duration of two hours but it lasts for 4 hours with discussion with other participant when we were walking to Opera House. Second tour was on Thursday, 26 Aug. 2010, 1:00-6:00 pm to National Acoustic Laboratory, Sydney. Both tours were very informative and interesting.
The conference was hold from December 22nd to 24th in Allahabad, India. The conference aimed to bring together people working on the multi-functional aspects of materials, their manufacturing, characterization and analyses techniques. The organizing institution was Motilal Nehru National Institute of Technology (MNNIT) Allahabad, which is an institute of national and international repute with pursuits for excellence in technical education and research. The conference schedule was composed of several activities including invited talks and sessions divided in three theme (Fabrication/Synthesis and Characterization of Multi-functional Materials, Mechanics of Multi-functional Materials and Structures and Applications / Other Aspects).
I presented my paper Mechanical and Thermal Analysis of High-Speed Spindles on the first day(Monday 22nd ) in the BO-1 Session, in the Mechanics of Multi-functional Materials and Structures theme group.
With more than 100 presentations hold in the conference, it was a good change to know other researches work related with my research. During the conference I had a perfect change to connect with other researchers to discuss about common research. Also the learning of new topics was perfect to find ideas and future work. The sessions were intense with many questions and during the breaks and lunch times it was also a good time to discuss about the presented papers. During the conference, I got the journal Advanced Materials Research Vol. 1077 (2015), which contains all the proceedings of the ICMEM 2014. Additionally I also have online access though the website www.scientific.net.
Ngo Thi Thao(越南籍)
Report of attendance at the 6th International Conference on High Performance Scientific Computing in Hanoi, Vietnam
6th International Conference on High Performance Scientific Computing, HPSC HANOI 2015 was held in Hanoi starting on 16 March, 2015 and ending on 20 March, 2015. The conference is jointly organized by Heidelberg Institute of Theoretical Studies (HITS), Institute of Mathematics, Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology, Interdisciplinary Center for Scientific Computing (IWR), University
of Heidelberg, and Vietnam Institute for Advanced Study in Mathematics. The goal of the conference is twofold: to foster an international forum for scientific and technological exchange among worldwide scientists and engineers in the fields of Mathematical Modeling, Numerical Simulation, Optimization Methods, Parallel Computing, Architecture, Software Development and Scientific Computing sectors. There are many Professors, researchers, scientists, and lecturers from around the world attended the conference where they have the presentation and discussion of their latest study on related topics above. During conference time, eight invited speakers and more three hundred applicants were presented their newest research. Personally, my paper, named “Hybrid Spline Difference Method for Heat Transfer in Ultrasonic Welding ”, was contributed in Session δ3-Room C2 during time slot 16h30 ~ 17h00 on 16 March under controlled by Professor Michel Théra from University de Limoges, France. Through discussed questions and positive comments from the Session Chair and participants, I have a good opportunity to exchange knowledge and skill (confidently presents a scientific problem) as well as have a better overview of mathematics and its applications.
Report of attendance at The 6th International Conference on High Performance Scientific Computing in Hanoi, Vietnam
Ph. D. Program of Mechanical and Aeronautical Engineering
Feng Chia University
The 6th International Conference on High Performance Scientific Computing (HPSC) was organized in Hanoi,Vietnam from 16 to 20 March, 2015. The conference is established by Heidelberg Institute of Theoretical Studies (HITS), Institute of Mathematics, Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology, Interdisciplinary Center for Scientific Computing (IWR), University of Heidelberg, and Vietnam Institute for Advanced Study in Mathematics. The goal of the conference is twofold: to foster an international forum for scientific and technological exchange among worldwide scientists and engineers in the fields of Mathematical Modeling, Numerical Simulation, Optimization Methods, Parallel Computing, Architecture, Software Development and Scientific Computing sectors.
A lot of Professors, researchers, and lecturers in the world attended and presented the newest research in mathematics and applied mathematics in engineering sciences. At the conference, four plenary meetings of mathematics professor and near three hundred reports were presented in the conference. My paper was distributed on 16 March in Session δ3-Room C2 during time slot 16h00 ~ 16h30 under controlled by Professor Michel Théra from University de Limoges, France. Many interested researchers on engineering mathematics field attended to listen and give questions relative my research. The joining the conference gave me an opportunity to exchange and discuss about knowledge of mathematics and employ it in engineering.
Tran The Van(越南籍)
Report on visit to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia for sixth the IIFR-Science Plus International Conference on Engineering and Natural Science
2014 IIER International Conference on Engineering and Natural Science will be held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia during December 27, 2014, as the conference of ICENS 2014. ICENS 2014 is sponsored by International Institute of Engineers and Researchers (IIER). It aims to be one of the leading international conferences for presenting novel and fundamental advances in the fields of Science, Technology & Engineering. It also serves to foster communication among researchers and practitioners working in a wide variety of scientific areas with a common interest in improving Science, Technology and Engineering related techniques.
It is the second ICENS, first ICENS was successfully held in Dhaka, Bangladesh on March 22nd 2014, it will be held every year since 2014, the conference will be an international forum for the presentation of technological advances and research results in the fields of Science, Technology and Engineering. The conference will bring together leading researchers, engineers and scientists in the domain of Science, Technology and Engineering interest from around the world.
My presentation was on Saturday, 27 December, 2014 during time slot 9.45AM-1.00PM at Room 401 Flamingo by the lake hotel under technical session-1. The session was chaired jointly by Prof. M.Helen Santhi from Structural Engineering Division, School of Mechanical and Building Sciences, VIT University, India. This session was attended by 11 interested researches. The presentation started at 10:00 AM and goes up to 12:45 PM. It was followed by question and answer for brief. The Certificate Distribution Ceremony was taken from 1:00 to 1:40 PM for the best paper and best presentation.
REPORT OF IEEC & BWR 2019
International Environmental Engineering Conference & International Conference on Biological Waste as Resource aims to provide a platform for researchers, scientists, engineers and policymakers all over the world working in a variety of field of environment, water, and energy to share and exchange knowledge by presenting research work and case studies. BWR also offers a timely opportunity for knowledge exchange and technology transfer to assist the formulation of an effective sustainable management agenda for organic waste. It will deliberate state-of-the-art technologies, advanced management strategies, and political issues pertaining to treatment, recycling, and recovery processes of organic waste. The conference was attended by more than 700 participants from different countries. During the conference, I attend the Plenary Speaks which has related to my research, such as Beyond Biogas for Upcycling wastes and residues in a Bioeconomy Approach. In this conference (Photo 1), my paper was accepted as Poster Presentation. My Research Title is : “Identifying Impact Factors of Symbiosis Energy CO2 Emission-related for Quality of Life Sustainable Community”. My presentation time schedule was on the 3rd day, it fell on December 13, 2019, at 13.00 – 14.00 (Table 1). According to what I experienced, the participants quite interest on my research, as I had visitor from Mongolia, The Philippines and Korean visitors , who are asking many questions about my research. I also had to explain about the research content to the Poster Jury. On the 3rd day morning, we also had Technical Tour program to visit Busan Environmental Corporation (BECO), Haeundae Branch (Incineration & sewage treatment facilities). The first 40 participants have opportunity to join the tour. In BECO they explained about the water treatment process, and also the incineration process . Finally, the benefits I get from joining this conference are: (a) Expand the networks. Through this conference I have opportunity to meet many people and make friends. The more friends, the more networks, more collaborations in the future. (b) Gain more knowledge about environmental issues and technology, that is very helpful information for my research thesis. (c) Learn new culture and history. With the opportunity to visit other countries, I have chance to learn about Korean culture and history, and visit some historical places. Thank you very much to Feng Chia University, through Department of Mechanical and Aeronautical Engineering who gave me some support to attend this conference. Hopefully, it can be continue in the future, to give opportunity and support to the students to attend international events, that will be good for the school and the students.
LE TRI QUANG(越南)
Report for 2017 2nd the International Conference on Control and Robotics Engineering (ICCRE 2017) and 2017 4th International Conference on Mechanics, Electronics, and Automation Engineering (ICMEAE2017).
CCRE 2017 was held in Bangkok, Thailand during April 1-3, 2017. The aim of Thailand conference is to present the latest research and results of scientists related to Control, Robotics, Mechatronics, Electronics, and Automation Engineering. This conference provides opportunities for delegates from different areas to exchange new ideas and application experiences face to face, to establish business or research relations and to find global partners for future collaboration.
My presentation was on April 2, 2017 during time slot 2.45PM-3.00PM at Room 702, Chamchuri 10, session-5, Aerospace and Biomedical Engineering. The session was chaired jointly by Prof. Evgeniy Muratov. This session was attended by 8 interested researches. The presentation started at 2:45 PM and goes up to 4:45 PM. It was followed by question and answer for brief. Finally, The Certificate Distribution Ceremony was taken for the best paper and best presentation.
After attending this conference, I sharpened experiences and enriched knowledge not only in academic field but also in industrial application. My relationship was expanded partly due to making friends with researchers and industry professionals in the corresponding fields in the world. More potential applications are aimed for my current research.
IEEE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON APPLIED SYSTEM INNOVATION 2018 (IEEE ICASI 2018)
PET bottle is an excellent packaging material, is widely used in the food & beverage industry which has further given impetus to the market. With an increasing demand for production capability of PET bottle, the rapid cooling efficiency and uniform temperature distribution are important issue on cooling channel design of blow mold.
Due to the insufficient cooling time and non-uniform mold temperature distribution that cause bottle stress cracking or broken. In this study, the conformal cooling channel design is developed to achieve a rapid cooling efficiency and uniform temperature distribution of blow mold. The cooling efficiency and temperature distribution during cooling process was measured using infrared thermal image system and thermo-couple sensor. Simulation technology was also developed by integration of thermal and fluid flow analysis modules of ANSYS-FLUENT. For cooling efficiency comparison, the shape and size of the conformal cooling channels, fluid temperature and flow rate were varied for both experiments and simulations. The capability and accuracy of simulation on conformal cooling channel design and analysis were verified via experiments.
The simulated cooling efficiency and temperature distribution show reasonable agreement with measured results. A reduction in cooling time from the initial 2.9 seconds to 1 second; moreover, conformal cooling channel provides uniform temperature distribution and less temperature difference of 4℃.
Nguyen Minh Tuan(越南籍)
INTERNATIONAL CONFERRENCE ATTENDANCE REPORT
Participant: Nguyen Minh Tuan 阮明俊, Ph.D. Program of Mechanical and Aeronautical Engineering.
Report the results of attending The ICERA 2019 International Conference on Engineering Research and Applications ICERA 2019:
Organizer: Thai Nguyen University of Technology, Vietnam; Technische Universität Ilmenau, Germany.
Conference venue: Thai Nguyen University of Technology
Number 666, 3/2 Street, Tich Luong Quater, Thai Nguyen City, Thai Nguyen Province, Vietnam
Conference time: December 1-2, 2019
The ICERA 2019 International Conference on Engineering Research and Applications is an international forum to disseminate information on the most recent and relevant researches, theories, and practices in engineering research and applications. Participants attending ICERA 2019 come from USA, Canada, Australia, Germany, Korea, Taiwan, China, Philippines, Indonesia, Vietnam and other countries.
The conference focused on original research work in areas including Mechanical Engineering, Materials and Mechanics of Materials, Mechatronics and Micro Mechatronics, Automotive Engineering, Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Information and Communication Technology. By disseminating the latest advances in the field, helps academics and professionals alike to reshape their thinking on sustainable development.
Articles attending the conference: Smooth and Time Optimal Trajectory Planning for Industrial Robot Using a Single Polynomial, The authors: Minh-Tuan Nguyen and Jin-Huang Huang. The article was presented at the conference on Mechatronics and Micro Mechatronics track and appreciated by the board. In addition, the article received valuable comments from the attendees. These comments will be very useful for the research of the authors in future.
2019 IEEE Eurasia Conference on IOT, Communication and Engineering (IEEE ECICE 2019)
This study used the cavity-surface infrared rapid-heating method and tensile specimens (ASTM-D638) to test the surface quality, fiber compatibility and tensile characteristics of long glass fiber reinforced nylon-66 composites. The weld-line molding experiment on the injected specimen was conducted using a double-gate. In addition, the integration of infrared heating and mold cavity pressure measurement are developed to achieve cavity-surface heating and observe the effect of with/without infrared heating on weld-line tensile strength variation and correlated pressure distribution near the weld-line region. on the other hand, a vent-well was designed in the center position of the specimen (vent-well depths are 0.9 mm, 1.8 mm, and 3.6 mm), in order to discuss the effect of the two melts on fiber and melt compatibility in the compatible process.
The experimental results show that vent-well provides better weld-line tensile strength; moreover, infrared heating cavity-surface also provides the better weld-line tensile strength of long glass fiber reinforced nylon-66 composites molded parts. In addition, from SEM images and cavity pressure distributions, considering in presence or absence of vent-well design and cavity-surface heating, it provides better weld-line tensile strength and interfaces compatibility between long glass fiber and resin at weld-line region during molding stage.