IUMRS-ICYRAM 2022

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3–6 August 2022, A Hybrid Meeting 
Centennial Hall, Kyushu University, Fukuoka, JAPAN 

The 5th International Union of Materials Research Societies
International Conference of Young Researchers on Advanced Materials

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What's New

01 Aug. 2022

Exhibition sponsors information is now available on HOME, PROGRAM and SPONSOR pages. 

22 Jul. 2022

The deadline to upload your poster files has been extended to 27 July. 

22 Jul. 2022

Sponsor banners are now available on HOME and SPONSOR pages.

13 Jul. 2022

Guidelines for poster presentations have been partially revised.

13 Jul. 2022

Overall Program and Hall Map are now available.

12 Jul. 2022

The deadline to upload your poster files will be July 20.

12 Jul. 2022

12 Jul. 2022

Detailed Program is now available.

04 Jul. 2022

 The conference will be held in a hybrid format.

03 Jun. 2022

ACCOMMODATION has been updated.

02 Jun. 2022

Information about Onsite Childcare has been posted.

31 May 2022

Registration Closed.

18 Apr. 2022

Early bird registration deadline has been extended to 9 May 2022 (JST).

18 Apr. 2022

Notification of Acceptance has been postponed to 25 April 2022 (JST). 

11 Apr. 2022

Abstract Submission Closed.

11 Apr. 2022

ONLINE REGISTRATION is now open. Registration can be done through your MyPage

05 Apr. 2022

CALL FOR EXHIBITS (in Japanese) is now available. (企業展示募集情報が公開されました) 

05 Apr. 2022

VISA INQUIRY information has been updated.

05 Apr. 2022

International Organizing Committee information on the website and flyer has been updated.

02 Apr. 2022

Each symposium page has been updated with the latest information.

31 Mar. 2022

31 Mar. 2022

31 Mar. 2022

Flyer has been updated.

31 Mar. 2022

Notification of acceptance has been extended to 18 April 2022 (JST).

31 Mar. 2022

Abstract submission deadline has been re-extended to 11 April 2022 (JST).

17 Mar. 2022

16 Mar. 2022

Abstract submission deadline has been extended to 28 March 2022 (JST).

10 Mar. 2022

Flyer has been updated.

08 Mar. 2022

GUIDE TO PRESENTATION has been updated.

07 Mar. 2022

Abstract submission deadline is one week away.

07 Mar. 2022

Information on the plenary talks has been posted here.

07 Mar. 2022

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CONFERENCE FLYER
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I. SHORT HISTORY ABOUT THE ICYRAM CONFERENCES

ICYRAM, dedicated to the support of young researchers, is the most recent of the 4 International Conferences (ICA) launched by the International Union of Materials Research Societies (IUMRS). ICYRAM was first organized in Singapore (2012), followed by China (2014), India (2016), Australia (2018). In 2022, the ICYRAM Conference will be organized for the fifth time in Asia, in Fukuoka, the largest city and metropolitan area on Kyushu in Japan.

II.  MISSION

Main mission of the ICYRAM is to create international networks between young researchers, who will lead the next generation material research. Young researcher, who is <40 years old, and/or <15 years passed after receiving a PhD degree, will have unique opportunities to discuss, meet and create networks within the global materials community.

The key organizers of the various sessions are selected from all around the world. A limited number of Senior VIP’s will be invited to discuss the latest developments in Materials Science & Technology.

Young researchers will have the unique opportunity

  • to present their achievements in fields related to materials science and engineering

  • to extend their knowledge through contact and information exchanges with other young colleagues.

III. VENUE

The conference takes place in Fukuoka, the largest city on Kyushu in Japan and gateway to east Asia. Fukuoka is the economic, political, and cultural center of Kyushu, and many foreign tourists have enjoyed Fukuoka. Fukuoka locates next to historically important cities such as Daizaihu, Yanagawa, Munakata, Kitakyushu, famous for Shinto Shrine Dazaihu-Tenman-gu, traditional canals, Okinoshima (UNESCO heritage), Yahata Steel Works UNESCO heritage), respectively.

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