The Proceedings of the IUPAP International Conference on Physics Education 2022 are published.

These Proceedings contain the abstracts of all presentations, including plenaries, keynotes, panel discussions, workshops, contributed talks and posters.

We have designed the ICPE 2022 conference to cater to university level physics educators, high school physics teachers and people teaching high school teachers.

The interactive workshops will be a highlight of the conference, along with exciting plenary and keynote talks, panels and contributed talks and posters.

A broad outline of the program for the Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday is presented below.

Session 1: Morning Workshops
Session 1 contains tours and workshops organised to a morning schedule.
This session occurs at:
9 AM – 1 PM Australian Eastern Daylight Time (AEDT) UTC +11,
6 AM – 10 AM Central Indonesia Time (WITA) UTC +08,
5 AM – 9 AM Indochina Time (ICT) UTC +07.

Session 2: Keynotes, Panel Discussions and Presentations
Session 2 contains all Plenary, Keynote and Accepted presentations, as well as poster sessions and panel discussions. These sessions will be recorded and available for viewing during the conference.
This session occurs at:
1 PM – 5 PM Australian Eastern Daylight Time (AEDT) UTC +11,
10 AM – 2 PM Central Indonesia Time (WITA) UTC +08,
9 AM – 1 PM Indochina Time (ICT) UTC +07.

Session 3: Afternoon/Evening Workshops
Session 3 contains tours and workshops organised to an afternoon/evening schedule.
This session occurs at:
5 PM – 9 PM Australian Eastern Daylight Time (AEDT) UTC +11,
2 PM – 6 PM Central Indonesia Time (WITA) UTC +08,
1 PM – 5 PM Indochina Time (ICT) UTC +07.

Monday and Friday will have different schedules.

Thai Symposium

The Thai Symposium runs over 2 days, Thursday 8th and Friday 9th of December. The symposium occurs in-person in the Thai language to allow for prospective and in-service school teachers to engage with physics education experts from Thailand who will gather at Khon Kaen University. Workshops and content from the conference will be shared and discussed during the Symposium as well as activities pertinent to the local needs and context.  The Thai Symposium is hosted by Assoc. Prof. Maitree Inprasitha, Ph.D., Vice President for Education and Academic Services and Acting Director of the Institute for Research and Development of Teaching Profession for ASEAN in conjunction with the PenThai Group, Physics Education Network of Thailand.