What is New


    Online conference proceedings (volume 1) are available. Click to download 
    Photos taken at the conference are available on the Photo Gallery page.  ​
 

  A conference program and oral/poster presentation are available to download on the Conference Program page. 

    A guideline for the poster presentation is available to download. Click to download. 
    Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Manfred Koch from Germany has accepted for the plenary lecturer on the topic of "Flood disaster and its mitigation: Thailand case study".  
    Revised paper deadline is postponed to 29 November 2017. 
    Conference Registration form for a presenter and a general participant can be obtained from the Registration page
    Notification of acceptance for the first round has been sent to authors. More information can be found on the Notification of Acceptance page. 
    To accommodate numerous requests for extensions, we are opening up the SECOND round of submissions, due of which is 31 October 2017
    The list of keynote speakers has been updated on the Keynote Speakers page. 
    The deadline for paper submission is extended to  30 September 2017
    Paper can be submitted online at EasyChair (preferable) or via email: unsdgs2017@webmail.npru.ac.th 
 

  Selected high-quality papers will be published in the Journal of Thai Interdisciplinary Research (ISSN 2465-3837) indexed in Tier 1 of the Thai-Journal Citation Index Centre (TCI), ASEAN Citation Index (ACI) and Google Scholar. Otherwise, the papers will be published in the online conference proceedings.

    Call for Papers. A printer-friendly version of the Call for Papers is available for download.
   

 

 

Welcome to the UNSDGs 2017 International Conference


The 2nd International Conference of Multidisciplinary Approaches on UN Sustainable Development Goals (UNSDGs 2017) will be held from 28th - 29th December 2017 at the Hotel Windsor Suites & Convention, Bangkok, Thailand. 

The aim of UNSDGs 2017 is to provide a forum for academics and professionals from various fields and with cross-disciplinary interests to network, share knowledge and engage in dialogue around the theme of fostering innovation and excellence in multidisciplinary approaches on UN sustainable development goals to end poverty, fight inequality and injustice, and tackle climate change by 2030.

Prospective authors are invited to submit high-quality original technical contributions for presentation at the 2nd International Conference at UNSDGs. Potential topics include, but are not limited to:

1. Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
2. Pure and Applied Science
3. Electrical Engineering and Technology
4. Computer and Information Technology
5. Medical Health Sciences 
and Laws
6. Nursing
7. Humanities and Social Sciences
8. ASEAN Studies
9. Water Engineering, Groundwater Hydrology and Environmental Science
10. Hospitality and Tourism Management
11. The Interdisciplinary Research
12. Buddhism for Thailand 4.0

 

Important Dates
 
Program Date

2nd Round: Call for Papers 

Notification of Acceptance (2nd Round)

Revised Paper Deadline (2nd Round)

16th – 31tst October 2017

17th November 2017

29th November 2017

Call for Papers  (1st Round)

Notification of Acceptance (1st Round)

Revised Paper Deadline (1st Round)

1st May – 30th September 2017

21st October 2017

10th November 2017

Early Bird Registration and Payment 24th October – 7th December 2017
Normal Registration and Payment 8th – 29th December 2017
Conference Dates 28th – 29th December 2017
 

 

 

Plenary Lecturer


28th December 2017 at the Hotel Windsor Suites & Convention, Bangkok, Thailand

 

The Most Venerable Professor Dr. Phra Brahmapundit, 
Rector of Mahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya University (MCU), 
President of International Council for the Day of Vesak (ICDV),
President of International Association of Buddhist Universities (IABU)
Topic: Spiritual Transformation

 

Prof. Dr. rernat. Manfred Koch, Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Kassel, Germany

Plenary Lecturer in Topic: Flood Disasters and their Mitigation in the Wake of Climate Change with a Focus on Thailand Case Studies

Keynote speaker on Topic: The impact of climate change on streamflow and sustainable water resources management  (Session of Water Engineering, Groundwater Hydrology and Environmental Science)

 

 

 

Keynote Speaker


Session of the Interdisciplinary Research

Prof. Dr. med. Yongyudh Vajaradul, Chairman of Interdisciplinary Network of the Royal Institute of Thailand

Topic: The interdisciplinary research methodology and its necessity for Thailand 4.0 strategy

 

Prof. Dr. Warren Y. Brockelman, Ecology Laboratory, BIOTEC National Science and Technology Development Agency Thailand

Topic: Gibbons, forests, and climate change

 

 

Dr.Supote Prasertsri, Senior Education Programme Specialist, UNESCO, Regional Office in Bangkok and Country Office, Phnom Penh. (1993-2007) and Programme Monitoring and Evaluation Officer, UNICEF Regional Office, Bangkok. (1988-1992)

Topic: Higher Education for Thailand 4.0

 

 

 

Session of Buddhism for Thailand 4.0

Charles G. Lief, President of Naropa University,  Boulder, Colorado, USA.

Topic: Buddhism: Learning for Transform yourself, Transform the World

 

 

Session of Medical and Health Sciences and Laws

Dr. med. univ. Dr. rer. nat. Manfred Hartard, Dr. Hartard-Physio-Vibbing Helene-Mayer-Ring 14 EED- 80809 München

Topic: Vibration Therapy Machines

 

 

Prof.Dr.Grant A. Ramm, BSc, BSc(Hons), PhD, FAASLD

Department Coordinator, Cell and Molecular Biology,

Group Leader, Hepatic Fibrosis

Principal Research Fellow

QIMR Berghofer Medical Research Institute

Professor, The University of Queensland

NHMRC Senior Research Fellow

Topic: The liver stem cell niche: Role in inflammation, fibrogenesis and regeneration in chronic liver disease

 

 

Session of Nursing 

Prof. Dr. Masami Matsuda, Department of Health and Nutrition, Faculty of Contemporary Life Science, Tokyo Kasei-gakuin University, Japan

Topic: Sustainable development goals in community

 

 

Prof. Dr. Shoichiro Hara, Deputy Director Center for Southeast Asian Studies (CSEAS) Kyoto University

Topic: Community evidences to support sustainable development goals

 

 

Associate Prof. Dr. Khanitta Nuntaboot, Faculty of Nursing, Khon Kaen University

Topic: Nursing reform to promote sustainable development goals

 

 

 

Session of Pure and Applied Science

Prof. Dr. Ken Kurosaki, Osaka University, Japan

Topic: Thermoelectric materials    

 

 

Prof.Dr. Ahnond Bunyaratvej, FRS (Thailand), Chairman PYY Foundation
 
Topic: Precision Medicine; from ASEAN to ASIA

 

 

 

Session of Computer and Information Technology

Dr. Thanachart Numnonda, Executive Director of IMC Institute

Topic: Big data technology to drive digital economy

 

 

 

Session of ASEAN Studies

Assistant Prof. Dr. Rugphong Vongsaroj, Director of ASEAN and Asia Studies Center, NIDA

Topic: Influence of Mainland China on Tourism Industry in ASEAN

 

 

Session of Hospitality and Tourism Management

Dr.Thanathorn Vajirakachorn Topic: "Tourism and Sustainability Development"  

 

 

 

Conference Co-Organizers


   

 

International Co-Organizer