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International Symposiums on Electrohydrodynamics 2009

To be held at Universiti Malaysia Sarawak from 25-29 March 2009. Dateline for abstract submission is 31 October 2008 and early bird registration is by 31 January 2009. Check the website at

Pleased to announce the International Symposiums on Electrohydrodynamics, jointly organised by the Faculty of Engineering (Universiti Malaysia Sarawak), Electrostatic Society of Japan, Canadian Association of High Voltage and Electrostatic, and the Sarawak State Government.

The main objectives of the conference are to promote international cooperation and technological progress based on the interaction between electrical and fluid mechanics phenomena. And the main theme this year is "Advances and Innovations in Electrohydrodynamics"

Those interested in presenting papers are required to send softcopy of their abstracts to the secretariat via e-mail only to The closing date for abstract submission is 31 October 2008. The abstract should follow the format as stated in the "Guidelines" (please refer to the website at

Conference Fees:

Early Bird Registration
Participants RM 500 (USD 150)
Students RM 400 (USD 125)
Spouse RM 200 (USD 60)
Regular / On-site Registration
Participants RM 600 (USD 175)
Students RM 500 (USD 150)
Spouse RM 200 (USD 60)
Early bird registration is by 31 January 2009.

Resni Mona | ResearchSEA
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