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  • Thermochemistry is a discipline that studies the laws of heat changes during chemical reactions, and is an important intersection of chemistry, physics, and engineering. With the continuous advancement of science and technology, thermochemistry has become increasingly widely used in industry, energy, environment, materials, and other fields, and has had a significant impact on human production and life. In order to better understand the current development status and future trends in the field of thermochemistry, this conference conducted in-depth discussions and analysis on the latest research results, industrial development status, and future development directions in the field of thermochemistry.

    Science Asia Conference is a series of high-end academic conferences co-organized by top international journals and their publishers, Talents Innovation Ecosystem and partners in Asia. The conference strives to create a high-end platform for crossover communication of global scientific technologies and innovation talents, to promote profess- ional discussions and to boost the development of global scientific technologies.

    The Science Asia Conference 2023 was held on October 26th, with the topic of Innovative Practices in Thermochemical Software Development on Integration of Basic Research and Industrial Applications . The Conference was a hybrid one and individuals attending online with free registration. The event was viewed by more than 500,000 people and liked by more than 1.5 million people.

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  • Innovative Practices in Thermochemical Software Development on Integration of Basic Research and Industrial Applications

     October 26, Wednesday

    (All time in GMT+8)

    Beijing Time                                     Speakers and Titles


    Staff Opening Ceremony


    Cao Zhanmin

    Welcome Speech


    Hong Li

    Keynote Speech


    Wu Mingxin

    Keynote Speech


    In-Ho Jung

    Application of Thermodynamic database to Industrial Process:Integration of atomistic energy andapplications to industrial scale


    Patrice Chartrand

    A new thermodynamic model for baked carbons in FactSage 8.3


    Results release and recruitment of the special committe


    Philip J. Spencer

    The SpMCBN Database for refractory carbide-, nitride-,boride-, and silicide- systems and its application to high-temperature materials problems


    Jean-Philippe Harvey

    Factflow: a new computational thermochemistry interface for the simulation of pyrometallurgical processes and environmental Impact quantification


    Ömer Büyükuslu

    Materials informatics for the discovery of new hardfacing alloys


    Moritz to Baben

    Equi2Py: Process simulation and materials informatics from FactSage to Python scripts

    Group Photo/Conference Adjourned

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  • Science Asia Conference (SAC) invites participation from all eligible applicants irrespective of gender, race/ethnicity, disability status, religion, or nationality. By registering for Science Asia Conference (SAC), all participants agree to abide by the policies described below as well as all applicable federal, state and local laws.

           1. Data Privacy
           2. Confidentiality & Reporting at  Science Asia Conference (SAC)

           3. Code of Conduct for All Participants in Science Asia Conference (SAC)

           4. Photograph Release Waiver & Attribution Policy

           5. Diversity & Inclusion

           6. Conflict of Interest Disclosures

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    1. Data Privacy

    The Science Asia Conference (SAC) is committed to protecting all personal data submitted to us by conferences participants, in compliance with U.S. and international laws.

    The types of personal information we collect depend on your intended activity at SAC. At minimum, we collect your name, primary address, phone number, E-mail address, and professional details such as career stage, Laboratory head, etc. We also ask that you specify gender and any dietary requests on registration forms, as SAC arranges housing and food accommodations for 90% of its conferences participants. For poster and oral presenters, we additionally request the submission of one-page abstracts used to develop the conference programs. Abstract submission requires limited personal information for all abstract authors, not just the presenting author. For U.S. citizens and residents, we also request demographic information such as race and ethnicity on a voluntary basis, which is used for U.S. federal reporting purposes.

    The Science Asia Conference (SAC) is the sole repository of all information collected through our website. We do not sell, rent or share personal information with other organizations. Anonymized data aggregated from conference registration and abstract submission forms are used in federal grant applications and grant reports. Payment information provided during registration is processed through standard encryption protocols by a third-party provider (Authorize.net) and is not stored at SAC.

    The Conference utilizes personal information provided by you to organize and manage the SAC event(s) you attend. Based on your participation history with SAC, we will alert you to highly related activities and events offered by us in the future. Any such correspondence will include the option to permanently opt out of future announcements and notifications.

    If you think we are not abiding by this Data Privacy policy, please contact us via email contact@scienceasia.cn or postal mail at 3rd Floor, No.4 Building, Medical Science and Technology Center No.9 Yard, Yike Road, Zhongguancun Life Science Park Changping District, Beijing 102206.

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    2. Confidentiality & Reporting at Science Asia Conference (SAC)

    All abstracts, oral presentations, and posters at Science Asia Conference (SAC) are the responsibility of the presenting author(s). Publication of an abstract, talk, or poster does not imply endorsement of the research by SAC.

    Confidentiality & Use of Information

    Science Asia Conference (SAC) attracts scientists for intensive discussions of the latest discoveries in a broad range of biological and biomedical research areas. Both programs encourage the presentation of unpublished data at all conferences. Therefore, material presented at SAC — including abstracts, oral presentations, and posters — must be treated as confidential personal communication and cited only with full consent of the presenting author(s). Photos and audio/video recordings of oral presentations or individual posters are strictly prohibited, except with advance permission of the presenter(s), organizers, and SAC.


    Journalists, science writers, and scientific editors are encouraged to attend SAC because they provide unparalleled opportunities for reporting on and keeping current with a wide variety of topics. Anyone intending to report on research presented at SAC must obtain permission from the presenting author(s) before communicating results or relevant discussion to news media platforms, third party groups, message boards, blogs, or other online resources.

    Reporters should approach scientists out-of-session (e.g., during coffee breaks, poster sessions, or wine and cheese receptions) for informal discussions, formal interviews, and/or to obtain permission to report on their work. Please be sure to identify yourself as a member of the media and distinguish whether comments will be on- or off-record. Any quotes or citations must have the express consent of the scientist and/or principal investigator of the research project. SAC reserves the right to take appropriate action in the event that this policy is abused.

    SAC will waive registration fees for scientific writers and journal editors who 1) plan to file conference reports and/or 2) are researching background information for future books or articles. Editors who wish to attend a conference for other purposes (e.g., to network with potential manuscript authors) will be responsible for regular academic registration fees. Journalists and reporters from other media outlets should contact the conference coordinator directly for registration rates.

    Social Media

    In the spirit of open scientific communication, SAC supports the use of social media during conferences. However, we do so while simultaneously supporting an individual presenter’s preference to not allow his/her talk, poster, or unpublished results to be broadcast via social media. You must therefore obtain permission from an individual presenter before discussing his/her research via social media. (Note that some conferences have systems for obtaining permission en masse.) If you plan to use social media during SAC, please use the designated hashtag and adhere to the official guidelines that are sent via email prior to the start of the conference. If there is confusion about the role of social media at the conference you attend, please ask the organizers, session chairs, or a conference staff member.

    Advance Information

    Full programs and abstracts are distributed electronically to registered participants approximately three business days prior to the start of a conference, and printed copies are available upon arrival at SAC. To encourage participants for the duration of a conference and thus maximize scientific interactions, SAC does not circulate program information far in advance. We ask that registered participants do not share the program or session schedules ahead of time on social media, as this encourages unregistered visitors at the conference’s talks and sessions.


    The quality, timeliness, and impact of SAC result in part from a great deal of thought and effort that go into selecting discussion topics, organizers, and speakers for each conference. As a means of recognizing this effort, we would be grateful if all reports explicitly mention Science Asia Conference as well as the name of the Conference that is being reported.

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    3. Code of Conduct for All Participants in Science Asia Conference (SAC)

    Science Asia Conference is dedicated to pursuing its twin missions of research and education in the biological sciences. The Conference is committed to fostering a working environment that encourages and supports unfettered scientific inquiry and the free and open exchange of ideas that are the hallmarks of academic freedom. To this end, the Conference aims to maintain a safe and respectful environment that is free from harassment and discrimination for all attendees of our conferences and courses as well as associated support staff, in accordance with federal, state and local laws.

    Consistent with the Conference's missions, commitments and policies, the purpose of this Code is to set forth expectations for the professional conduct of all individuals participating in the conferences, both in person and virtually, including organizers, session chairs, invited speakers, presenters, attendees and sponsors. This Code is consistent with the Conference’s internal policies governing conduct by its own faculty, trainees, students and employees.

    By registering for and attending a SAC, either in person or virtually, participants agree to:

    1) Treat fellow conference participants and SAC staff with respect, civility and fairness, without bias based on sex, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, race, ethnicity, color, religion, nationality or national origin, citizenship status, disability status, veteran status, marital or partnership status, age, genetic information, or any other criteria prohibited under applicable federal, state or local law.

    2) Use all SAC facilities, equipment, computers, supplies and resources responsibly and appropriately if attending in person, as you would at your home institution.

    3) Abide by the SAC Alcohol Policy if attending in person (see below).

    Similarly, conference participants agree to refrain from:

    1) Harassment and discrimination, either in person or online, in violation of Conference policy based on sex, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, race, ethnicity, color, religion, nationality or national origin, citizenship status, disability status, veteran status, marital or partnership status, age, genetic information, or any other criteria prohibited under applicable federal, state or local law.

    2) Sexual harassment or misconduct.

    3) Disrespectful, uncivil and/or unprofessional interpersonal behavior, either in person or online, that interferes with the working and learning environment.

    4) Misappropriation of Conference property or excessive personal use of resources, if attending in person.

    Breaches or Violations of the Code of Conduct

    Science Asia Conference aims to maintain in-person and virtual conference environments that accord with the principles and expectations outlined in this Code of Conduct. Conference organizers are tasked with providing leadership during each conference, and may be approached informally about any breach or violation. Breaches or violations should also be reported to program leadership in person or by E-mail: contact@scienceasia.cn

    Reports can be submitted by those who experience harassment or discrimination as well as by those who witness violations of the behavior laid out in this Code. Reports may also be submitted online via this form.

    SAC will take action as needed to resolve the matter, up to and including immediate expulsion of the offending participant(s) from the conference, dismissal from the SAC, and exclusion from future academic events offered by SAC.

    Definitions and Examples

    Uncivil/disrespectful behavior is not limited to but may take the following forms: Shouting, personal attacks or insults, throwing objects, and sustained disruption of talks or other conference-related events.

    Harassment/discrimination is not limited to but may take the following forms:

    ● Threatening, stalking, bullying, demeaning, coercive, or hostile acts that may have real or implied threats of physical, professional, or financial harm.

    ● Signs, graphics, photographs, videos, gestures, jokes, pranks, epithets, slurs, or stereotypes that comment on a person’s sex, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, race, ethnicity, color, religion, nationality or national origin, citizenship status, disability status, veteran status, marital or partnership status, age, genetic information, or physical appearance.

    Sexual misconduct is not limited to but may take the following forms:

    ● Unwelcome and uninvited attention, physical contact, or inappropriate touching.

    ● Groping or sexual assault.

    ● Use of sexual imagery, objects, gestures, or jokes in public spaces or presentations.

    ● Any other verbal or physical contact of a sexual nature when such conduct creates a hostile environment, prevents an individual from fulfilling their professional responsibilities at the conference, or is made a condition of employment or compensation either implicitly or explicitly.

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    4. Photograph Release Waiver & Attribution Policy

    By participating in Science Asia Conference (SAC) , you grant SAC and its photographer(s) the freedom to photograph you while on SAC property during the Conference, and to use those photos in SAC publications, websites, social media accounts, and/or other materials.

    Personal use of SAC photographs, obtained through official SAC galleries or social media accounts, is allowed with proper attribution. Commercial use or repurposing of SAC photographs and media is not allowed without permission; inquire via E-mail contact@scienceasia.cn

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    5. Diversity & Inclusion

    Science Asia Conference (SAC) is strongly committed to diversity in the invitation of participants for all our conferences.

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    6. Conflict of Interest Disclosures

    Science Asia Conference (SAC) requires all presenters at our scientific conferences to clearly disclose any financial holdings, funding sources, or affiliations that may raise questions of bias or could be perceived to have potentially influenced presentation content. All presenters should make a good faith effort to identify and disclose any and all conflict of interest (COI) issues. Speakers should acknowledge any and all potential COIs on an introductory slide at the start of their talk. Poster presenters should clearly list any and all potential COIs on their poster(s).