EMIW2016_ProgramBook_ThumbProgram book is now available for downloading [in high resolution, lower resolution]. EMIW2016_AbstractBook_ThumbAbstract book is available for downloading [pdf]. You can also download the extended abstract book here [pdf].   

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  • Dining map nearby the hotel. [pdf]
  • Menu for lunch during the conference. [pdf]
  • Presentation Guidelines for both oral and poster presentations [pdf].
  • Instead of downloading the entire abstract book, you can also view each abstract in the ‘schedule menu’ inside the registration system with your registered account.
  • Keynote review: you can download manuscripts from our review talks as follow
    • 15 Aug, 08:45 – 09:30: Prasanta K Patro [pdf]
    • 16 Aug, 08:00 – 08:45: Stephan Thiel [pdf]
    • 16 Aug, 13:15 – 14:00:  Alan Chave [pdf]
    • 18 Aug, 08.00 – 08.45: Marion Miensopust [pdf]
    • 18 Aug, 13.15 – 14.00 : Max Moorkamp [pdf]
    • 19 Aug, 08.00 – 08.45 : Javier Fullea [pdf]
    • 19 Aug, 13.15 – 14:00: Letian Zhang [pdf]
    • 20 Aug, 13:15 – 14:00: Takuto Minami [pdf]


ajweerachai-wai2 สวัสดีครับ (Sawaddee Krab).The 23rd Electromagnetic Induction Workshop (EMIW2016) will be held in Thailand for the first time. The venue for the workshop is at the Empress Convention Center, The Empress Hotels (www.empresshotels.com) located in Chiang Mai, the largest city in the northern part of Thailand. Chiang Mai is known for the rich and unique northern Thai culture, Thai food and character. It was the capital of Lanna Kingdom in 1296. Currently, it is one of the top travelers’ choice destination. The period for the workshop is from Sunday 14 to Saturday 20 of August 2016.




Join EMIW2016 to discover Thailand, sense the Thai culture, taste the Thai foods, and enjoy the Thai nature, and at the same time meet your EMIW colleague to exchange, learn and discuss the new idea  during the workshop.


Temperature in August in Chiang Mai is around 22 – 30 degree Celsius. August is in the middle of rainy season. Rain can be expected everyday but for a brief period of time each day (e.g. 20 – 60 mins heavy rains)  unless we are unlucky from the Monsoon or Storm. For northern hemisphere countries, Chiang Mai is a place where you can escape the heat of your country. Come and enjoy Thailand.

  • Flower garden, Bhubing Palace
  • A view from highest spot of Thailand, Doi Inthanon
  • Bhubing Palace
  • Doi Inthanon
  • Wat Phra That @ Doi Suthep
  • Pad Thai
  • Wat Pra Singh
  • Wat Che Di Luang
  • Chiang Mai city from Doi Suthep
  • Khao Soi (Northern Thai food; a mix of Thai yellow noodle and chicken (or beef) with coconut milk; look spicy but not that much)
  • Wiang Kum Kam, an ancient city
  • San Kamphaeng Hot Spring
  • Wat Chet Yot
  • Wat Phra That @ Doi Suthep
  • Superior Room @ the Empress Chiang Mai Hotel 200 rooms are reserved at the guarantee best rate.
  • Mango with sticky rice (Thai dessert)
  • Thai Orchid @ Bhubing Palace
  • Panda @ Chiang Mai zoo
  • Durian (King of all fruits)
  • Quiet zone @ Chiang Mai University
  • Knomjean Nam Ngeaw (Northern Thai food; a mix of Thai noodle and beef; a bit spicy)
  • The Empress Chiang Mai Hotel


Important Note:  Friday August 12th is mother’s day in Thailand and is a national holiday.  Many Thais like to spend this 3-day holiday to visit home and travel. Chiang Mai is one of the top destination. Flights to/from Chiang Mai can easily be full booked during this long holidays. Please reserve your ticket as early as possible in advance.


Mahidol University:Wisdom of the Land Chiang Mai University IAGA CCOP TCEB Department of Groundwater Resources

Sponsorship by

Phoenix Geophysics



Metronix Geophysics

KMS Technologies

Nord West Geophysics Tierra Tecnica



Moombarriga Geoscience

Panya Consultants

Earth, Planets and Space

National Science Foundation

Gerald W. Hohmann Memorial Trust



Curl-E Geophysics