22nd - 23rd November 2022 |  Phuket
Institute For Engineering Research and Publication (IFERP)
22nd - 23rd November 2022
The utilisation of data to comprehend phenomena and evaluate designs and interventions in different disciplines is increasingly evident. Therefore, engineers and other applied scientists often need to collaborate across multidisciplinary fields when conducting research to stay innovative.
The 'International Conference on Multidisciplinary Research and Practices (ICMRP-2022)', which is set to go down on the 22nd - 23rd November 2022, in Phuket will help participants become a successful multidisciplinary researchers involved either in industry, in a non-profit cause, or within academia and be more efficient and successful because they will know where the pitfalls are.
This conference aims to drill into participants the fundamentals of planning and conducting cutting-edge qualitative and quantitative research in the various phases of an innovation or research study.View More
Phuket province is located in southern Thailand. It is the biggest Island of Thailand and sits on the Andaman sea. The nearest province to the north is Phang-nga and the nearest provinces to the east are Phang-nga and Krabi
Phuket has a large Chinese influence, so you will see many Chinese shrines and Chinese Restaurants around the city. A Chinese Vegetarian Festival is held there every year. While the Chinese community is quite big, there are many other ethnicities bringing all their traditions and festivals from all over the world to Phuket.
Being a big island, Phuket is surrounded by many magnificent Beaches such as Rawai, Patong, Karon, Kamala, Kata Yai, Kata Noi, and Mai Khao. Laem Phromthep viewpoint is said to feature the most beautiful sunsets in Thailand.
It isn’t all just beaches though, there is also fantastic classical architecture such as the Goom Restaurant. That and the very welcome atmosphere and the famous Phuket NIGHTLIFE, you can see why the island is a hotspot for tourists in Thailand.
Visiting Phuket is easy as there are many travel options.
The beaches of the south coast are typically crowded, while the north is far more tranquil. All the major beaches (such as Patong beach, Kata beach, Karon Beach, Nai Harn beach, Mai Khao beach, Nai Yang beach) offer instruction and equipment for diving, Snorkelling, windsurfing and sailing. Don't forget to notice the red flag! before swimming.