7TH ASIA INTERNATIONAL MULTIDISCIPLINARY CONFERENCE 2023: Conference Proceedings

Authors

Muhammad Imran Qureshi
Teesside University, United Kingdom

Synopsis

AMIC 2023 THEME

NAVIGATING THE FUTURE: MULTIDISCIPLINARY PERSPECTIVES ON EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES AND THEIR IMPACT ON SOCIETY AND BUSINESS

Venue: Technovation Park, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Johar Bahru, Malaysia

CONFERENCE TRACKS

SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING, AND MATHEMATICS (STEM)

The conference provides a platform for participants to present their research, projects, and best practises in STEM fields and to receive feedback and constructive criticism. The conference also facilitates discussions on the latest developments, challenges, and opportunities in STEM fields, including emerging areas such as artificial intelligence, machine learning, big data, cybersecurity, and the internet of things. The conference aims to promote STEM education and encourage the participation of young researchers and students in STEM fields. The focus areas of this conference include advanced materials and manufacturing, aerospace engineering and technology, biomedical engineering and technology, cybersecurity and cryptography, electrical and electronic engineering, energy and environment, mathematics and statistics, mechanical engineering and robotics, nanotechnology and nanoengineering, physics and astronomy, STEM education and pedagogy, and more.

LIFE SCIENCES (LS)

The conference on life sciences aims to provide a platform for scholars, researchers, educators, and practitioners from around the world to convene and discuss the latest advancements, best practises, and challenges in life sciences. The focus areas of this conference include biotechnology and biopharmaceuticals, genetics and genomics, environmental and agricultural life sciences, neurosciences and behavioural sciences, immunology and infectious diseases, molecular and cellular biology, biomedical sciences and bioengineering, systems biology and bioinformatics, pharmacology and drug discovery, evolutionary and ecological sciences, nutrition and food science, public health and global health, and more. The conference aims to contribute to the advancement of Life sciences towards a sustainable future.

SOCIAL SCIENCES AND HUMANITIES (SSH)

The conference theme aims to encourage interdisciplinary discussions and collaborations towards creating more inclusive and equitable societies that are better equipped to address the complex social and cultural challenges of our time. The focus areas of this conference include anthropology and sociology, gender studies and sexuality, history and archaeology, language and linguistics, law and political science, philosophy and ethics, psychology and education, economics and business management, cultural studies and arts, religion and spirituality, media and communication studies, and more. The conference aims to provide a unique opportunity for participants to engage in meaningful discussions, learn from one another, and contribute to the advancement of social sciences and humanities towards building more inclusive and equitable societies.

ECONOMICS, BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT (EBM)

The conference on Economics, Business, and Management aims to bring together scholars, researchers, professionals, and practitioners from various disciplines to share and discuss the latest research, ideas, and developments in the field. The focus areas of this conference include sustainable business practises, innovation in entrepreneurship and startups, sustainable finance and investment, international trade and globalisation, corporate social responsibility, human resource management, operations and supply chain management, marketing and consumer behaviour, economic development and policy, public sector management and governance, and more. The conference aims to provide a unique platform for participants to engage in fruitful discussions, learn from each other, and contribute to the advancement of innovative and sustainable practises in economics, business, and management.

Chapters

  • Proceedings

Published

October 3, 2023

Details about this monograph

doi

10.54480/theapra.40.15