International Conference on Engineering and Applied Sciences
July 14-16, 2020  Bangkok, Thailand
Conference Theme: The Future of Agriculture
Modern farms and agricultural operations work far different compared to those a few decades ago according to the particular use of agricultural technology. Agricultural technology may be the most revolutionary and Influential area regarding modern technology, driven by the specific fundamental need to produce adequate food to nourish a great ever-growing population.
The agricultural technology covers everything from powered machinery to agrochemical that support crop growth and protect plants from destructive weeds and insects. However, the world’s most urgent needs are usually much more severe than these.
Despite the crisis associated with the ever-growing population, the aging of agricultural labor will be the main factor of the food crisis in the latest year. The worry of genetically modified (GMO) food and climate change has also had great impacts on food security. The scientists are working hard to develop agricultural technology to achieve the goal of serving the world’s ever-growing population, creating a friendly and sustainable green environment and enabling the security of food.
International Conference on Engineering and Applied Sciences (ICEAS) will be held from July 14 to 16 in Bangkok, Thailand, the leading country of agriculture. In the conference, the world’s scholars, researchers, and professionals will discuss the urgent subjects of our agricultural industry right now, including but not restricted, the cultured meat, block-chain in the food security, biosphere and built environment.
Special Session: The Future of Agriculture
- Agricultural Safety
- Cultured Meat
- Biosphere
- Ecosystems
- Built Environment
- Sustainable Agriculture
- Livestock Biometrics
Engineering & Applied Sciences Sessions
- Biological Engineering
- Material & Chemical Engineering
- Civil Engineering
- Computer and Information Sciences
- Electrical and Electronic Engineering
- Fundamental and Applied Sciences
- Mechanical Engineering

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