About the conference:

The conference on advanced materials in environment, energy and health applications-AMEEHA 2022 aims at bringing together researchers and professionals to share their experience and knowledge on advanced materials and applications in the environment, health and energy sectors. The conference provide an interdisciplinary platform for material science professionals, researchers, academicians and industrial practitioners to present and discuss on the recent developments and innovations in the field, opportunities and practical challenges, solutions adopted, etc in the field of advanced materials and applications in various sectors.

The AMEEHA 2022 is jointly organized by Department of Chemical Engineering, Khon Kaen University, Thailand and Department of Environmental Sciences, JSS Academy of Higher Education and Research, India.

The AMEEHA 2022 will be held in HYBRID MODE that provide an opportunity to conveniently participate in regular mode or virtual mode.

The AMEEHA 2022 will cover the broad topics as follows:

Track-I: Material synthesis and characterization

  • Novel synthesis techniques of advanced materials

  • Green synthesis

  • Nanoengineered materials

  • Computational modelling and synthesis

  • Novel concepts in eco-friendly material designing

  • Density functional theory

  • Characterization methods

  • Electron microscope

  • X-ray phase analysis

Track-II: Advanced materials

  • Semiconductor materials

  • Porous nanomaterials

  • Nanofibers

  • Organic materials

  • Composites

  • Polymers

  • Absorbing materials

  • Crystalline and amorphous materials

  • Track-III: Energy and storage

  • Rechargeable batteries

  • Supercapacitors

  • Advanced materials for energy storage (CO2 reduction, water splitting)

  • Energy conversion and generation

  • Photocatalyst and electrocatalyst

Track-III: Energy and storage

  • Rechargeable batteries

  • Supercapacitors

  • Advanced materials for energy storage (CO2 reduction, water splitting)

  • Energy conversion and generation

  • Photocatalyst and electrocatalyst

Track-IV: Environmental applications

  • Advanced nanomaterials for pollution control

  • Environmental chemistry

  • Advanced materials for sustainable and green technologies

  • Membrane technology for water treatment

Track-V: Medical applications

  • Advanced material for disease detection and treatment

  • Drug delivery

  • Nanocomposites with antimicrobial properties

  • Human health sensors

Publication Partners

Springer Nature
Impact factor:
4.223 (2020)

Scopus indexed

Environmental Heath and Technology

Conference Chair and Lead:

Assoc. Prof. Kitirote Wantala is working as Associate Professor at the Department of Chemical Engineering at Khon Kaen University, Thailand

Dr. Kitirote Wantala received his Ph.D. (Chemical Engineering) from Thammasat University (TU), Thailand in 2010. He subsequently entered lecturer of Chemical Engineering department, Faculty of Engineering, Khon Kaen University in 2011 and led a group on Environmental Catalysis named “Chemical Kinetics and Applied Catalysis Laboratory, CKCL KKU”.

Dr. Wantala’s current researches focus on Advanced Oxidation Processes (AOPs) such as photocatalysis, Fenton-like, electro-Fenton, Heavy metal adsorption process, Catalysis technology, Environmental catalysis, and Nano-material synthesis. In addition, He also focus on Bio-Fuel production by pyrolytic catalysis especially basic catalyst prepared from wastes. He has published over 60 articles as an author or co-author in peer-reviewed journals (SCOPUS database).e Chair and Lead:

Dr. Shivaraju HP is working as Assistant Professor and heading the Department of Environmental Sciences in JSS AHER, India

Dr. Shivaraju HP specializes in preparation and characterization of different nanocatalysts for sustainable environmental applications under photoelectrocatalysis/electrocatalysis (PEC/EC) based mechanisms. He has synthesized various advanced catalytic nano materials and their interfaces like doped metal oxides, nanocomposites, polymer blends, hybrid co-catalyst systems, supporting catalytic materials, hybrid membranes under soft chemical and hydrothermal techniques. The nanoarchitecture and in-situ modification strategies for all these nanomaterials were optimized by exploring efficient synthetic routes and potential modifiers.

He has successfully developed solar-light active metal oxide and carbonaceous based hybrid nanocomposites, heterojunctions and catalysis interfaced membranes for sustainable utilization of the natural sunlight as a major energy source for environmental remediation applications such as water and wastewater treatment and CO2 conversion into carbon-based fuels. He has prepared various nanostructures and nanocomposites for environmental and energy applications such as water treatment, conversion of CO2 into fuel, artificial N2 fixation, etc.

He is actively involved in designing eco-friendly novel routes for advanced nanoparticles including functionalized membranes for environmental remediation and separation. He has expertise in material characterization techniques like UV-Vis spectrometry, FTIR, powder XRD, SEM, TEM, PALS, XPS, PL, Zeta potential, electrochemical properties, catalytic activity, etc. He has published more than 100 research papers, 12 book chapters and 7 books in the area.