January 22, 2564
Online Student Exchange Session with Tokyo Institute of Technology
A great opportunity to meet friends, develop a network with students from Japan and learn more information about Tokyo Tech and MEXT scholarship. DATE & TIME: Wednesday 24 February and Thursday 25 February 2021, from 13.00 to 15.00 (Thai time)VENUE: Zoom meeting** Applicants must participate in both days ** ACTIVITIES:Wednesday 24 February >> Campus tour & Introduction of both universitiesThursday 25 February >> Group discussion with Tokyo Tech students about university life and career plan & Introduction of MEXT scholarship for studying at Tokyo Tech BONUS:Participants can also join an introduction session of Georgia Institute of Technologyand Ecole Nationale Superieure d’Arts et Metiers (ENSAM). APPLY VIA: January 22, 2021 If you have any further question, please contact Ms. Chanita (Chula Engineering international affairs officer) via E-mail: | Phone no.: 084 001 4468
January 22, 2564
APPLY NOW!!! AGU CSE Short Term Internship Program 2021
We would like to make an announcement on “AGU CSE Short Term Internship Program 2021” organized by College of Science and Engineering of Aoyama Gakuin University. The program provides participants an opportunity to conduct hands-on research project under the guidance of a faculty member at their assigned research laboratory.The period of the program is 8 weeks between June 1 to July 31, 2021. Those who complete the program will receive a certificate. Application:Post graduate or final-year undergraduate students are eligible to apply. Up to 16 students will be selected. The application form and detail of the program can be downloaded from the following link: submit your application via email to before Sunday 25th January 2021. The announcement of selected candidates will be notified within February. Additional Info:Selected candidates are required to purchase their air-tickets to/from Japan at their own expense and be responsible for their own daily expense. For the accommodation, AGU will provide the dormitory nearby the university campus. !!! Kindly be informed that the program may have to be shortened, postponed, or totally cancelled due to the unpredictable spread of COVID-19 !!! For further information, please contact the Office of International Affairs, Faculty of Engineering Tel.
January 21, 2564
Chula Engineering faculty members and students received Best Paper Awards from ICA-SYMP 2021
On January 21, 2021, a research article “Government COVID-19 Responses and Subsequent Influences on NO2 Variation in Ayutthaya, Thailand” by Assistant Professor Akira Kodaka, Ph.D. (Keio Univesity, Japan), Assistant Professor Natt Leelawat, D.Eng. (Department of Industrial Engineering, Chula Engineering), Jing Tang, D.Eng. (International School of Engineering, Chula Engineering), Mr. Yasushi Onda (Keio University), and Professor Naohiko Kohtake, Ph.D. (Keio University); and a research article “Convex Optimization Approach to Multi-Objective Design of Two-Stage Compensators for Linear Systems” by Mr. Tanathorn Supithak (Undergraduate student of Department of Electrical Engineering, Chula Engineering), Ms. Nicha Wongyimyong (Alumnus of Department of Electrical Engineering, Chula Engineering), Professor Kou Yamada, Ph.D. (Gunma University, Japan), and Professor David Banjerdpongchai, Ph.D. (Department of Electrical Engineering, Chula Engineering) were selected to receive the Best Paper Awards from the 2nd International Symposium on Instrumentation, Control, Artificial Intelligence, and Robotics (ICA-SYMP 2021) organized by the Electrical Engineering/Electronics, Computer, Telecommunications and Information Technology (ECTI) Association, and technically co-sponsored by IEEE Thailand Section, Artificial Intelligence Association of Thailand (AIAT), and Thai Robotics Society (TRS) at King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi, Bangkok during January 20-21, 2021
November 17, 2563
One Day Tour | Learn Do Share @ Bangkachao, Samutprakan province
The One Day Tour | Learn Day Share held by Office of International Affairs, Faculty of Engineering, on November 14, 2020, was the event that aimed to cultivate public consciousness and develop understanding about sustainable living. There were altogether 25 international students and Thai students and staffs who joined this event. The three activities of this event took place at Bangnamphueng Homestay, a community enterprise which hold on to the idea of sufficiency economy from King Rama IX. The first activity was the making of tie dye tote bag from natural color. This dye color is extracted from the coat of Nipa palm fruit which commonly grow around this area. People in Bangnamphueng community try to make use of Nipa palm by using the fruits to cook food, the leaves to create container, and the fruit coats to make dye color. The second activity was the cooking of Khanom Thuai, an easy cooking Thai dessert. This dessert requires a few ingredients and the recipe is simple enough for everyone to cook at home by themselves. The last activity of this event was a water treatment to improve the community area by using EM made from organic waste within the community.
October 14, 2563
Chula Engineering welcomes the presedent and board of directors from Daikin Industries (Thailand) Co., Ltd.
On October 7, 2020, Chula Engineering led by Prof. Supot Teachavorasinskun, Dean of Engineering, together with board and faculty members welcomed the president and board of directors from Daikin Industries (Thailand) Co., Ltd. The purpose of this visit was to discuss on potential research collaboration opportunities.
September 25, 2563
Asst. Prof. Natt Leelawat has been invited to give a talk at the International Conference on Circular Economy and Tech Transfer for SMEs
On September 23, 2020, Assistant Professor Natt Leelawat, D.Eng., Assistant Dean (Communications and International Affairs) of Faculty of Engineering, Director of Risk and Disaster Management Program of Graduate School, Head of Disaster and Risk Management Information Systems Research Group, and Lecturer of Department of Industrial Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Chulalongkorn University, was invited to give a talk at the International Conference on Circular Economy and Technology Transfer for Small and Medium Sized Enterprises at BITEC, Bangkok. It is an international conference organized by the Ministry of Higher Education, Science, Research and Innovation (MHESI), Thailand, and Thailand Institute of Scientific and Technological Research (TISTR) jointly with the Asian and Pacific Centre for Transfer of Technology (APCTT) of the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP). In Asst. Prof. Natt’s talk on “Business Continuity Management: Survival Strategy for SMEs”, he also introduced the Regional Resilience Enhancement through Establishment of Area-BCM at Industry Complexes in Thailand, which is a collaboration project between Chulalongkorn University and Nagoya Institute of Technology together with Thai and Japanese organizations and academic institutes. The project is also set its ultimate goal towards the Sustainable Development Goal #SDG8 Decent Work and Economic Growth, #SDG11
September 14, 2563
MOU signing between Chula Engineering and Huawei
On August 4, 2020, Chula Engineering together with Huawei Technology (Thailand) Co., Ltd. signed a memorandum of understanding on research support and development of engineering innovation through 5G, AI, and Cloud technology. This collaboration aims to support research activities and develop engineering innovation of Chula Engineering which drives Thailand forward to digital transformation. Since Chula Engineering has been conducting R&D programs on the robotic system, automatic control system, and virtual reality system, through this five-year MOU, the integrated technology of 5G, Cloud, and AI from Huawei will help strengthen the potential and efficiency of engineering inventions to have a better remote control system and processor. Over the past year, Chula Engineering and Huawei Technology (Thailand) Co., Ltd. have been working together to exchange technological knowledge through seminars and workshops led by world-class technology and solutions experts who share their experience and expertise exclusively with faculty members, students as well as researchers.
August 12, 2563
The 3rd Joint Coordinating Committee (JCC) Meeting of SATREPS DREAM (Area-BCM) Project was held.
The Project on Regional Resilience Enhancement through Establishment of Area-BCM at Industry Complexes in Thailand Photo: JCC members and participants on-site and online Press release: On July 29, 2020, at 13:00, the SATREP’s Regional Resilience Enhancement through Establishment of Area-BCM at Industry Complexes in Thailand (DREAM Project) organized the third Joint Coordinating Committee (JCC) meeting at Pathumwan Princess Hotel, Bangkok. The SATREPS DREAM Project is operated under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Chakkaphan Sutthirat (Vice President for Research Affairs of Chulalongkorn University) as the Chair of JCC, Prof. Dr. Supot Teachavorasinskun (Dead of Faculty of Engineering, Chulalongkorn University) and Prof. Dr. Vipan Prachuabmoh (Dean of College of Population Studies, Chulalongkorn University) as the Project Directors, Prof. Dr. Watanabe Kenji (Nagoya Institute of Technology) as the Principal Investigator. There were representatives from the related organizations including the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA), Japan Science and Technology (JST), Nagoya Institute of Technology (NIT), International Centre for Water Hazard and Risk Management (ICHARM), National Research Institute for Earth Science and Disaster Resilience (NIED), Kyoto Institute of Technology, The University of Tokyo, Chiba University, and Keio University from Japan; the Embassy of Japan in Thailand, Department of Disaster Prevention and Mitigation (DDPM), Department of
August 10, 2563
Learn Eat Rest … Safely Back Home
Learn Eat Rest … Safely Back Home . This August 10, 2020, starting a new semester with a new normal way, Chula Engineering is glad to welcome all students. We prepared measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19 in order to ensure everyone’s safety and create a healthy community. . With love and care #ChulaEngineering #Zero2ndWaveofCovid19 Note: Only those who come to do lab operations and other necessary appointed activities are allowed to enter the Faculty.
October 31, 2562
Dept. Industrial Engineering, Chula Engineering, welcomed professor and students from Dept. Administration Engineering of Keio University
On October 25, 2019, the faculty members from the Department of Industrial Engineering welcomed the visit of Professor Hideo Suzuki and graduate students from the Department of Administration Engineering, Keio University, Japan. Associate Professor Dr. Paveena Chaovalitwongse, Head of Department of Industrial Engineering, Chula Engineering, was giving an opening speech to the visitors. Faculty members and graduate students from Keio University and Chula Engineering After that, the faculty members of the Department of Industrial Engineering were introducing the research centers and laboratories inside the department. The first laboratory that had been introduced was Advanced Manufacturing and Precision Engineering Research Center or AMPE. This research center was controlled by Associate Professor Dr. Somkiat Tangjitsitcharoen who did the research about in-process monitoring and optimization of manufacturing processes, micro-machining and micro-assembly, high precision cutting, and intelligent manufacturing system and machine tool.   Associate Professor Dr. Somkiat Tangjitsitcharoen introduced AMPE Next, the Disaster and Risk Management Information Systems (DRMIS) Laboratory was introduced by Dr. Natt Leelawat, Head of Disaster and Risk Management Information Systems Research Group of Chulalongkorn University, and his lab member. Dr. Natt also explained the SATREPS Area-BCM project which is one of the research fields of this research center.   DRMIS Next, the group went