Alumni Awesomeness: Seed-Net Alumni’s Project Selected for SATREPS

Congratulations to Prof. SATO Yasuhiko (Waseda University) and Dr. Tidarut Jirawattanasomkul (Kasetsart University), our alumni of Collaborative Research with Industry (CRI) program, for their successful research project proposal with Science and Technology Research Partnership for Sustainable Development (SATREPS). The proposal, entitled “The Project for Development of Integrated Infrastructure Maintenance Technology considering Natural Disaster Risk” under the research area of Disaster Prevention and Mitigation, has been selected as one of the 12 awarded projects in SATREPS for Japanese fiscal [...]

Meet us on Youtube! AUN/SEED-Net Premieres First Introductory Video

AUN/SEED-Net production house proudly presents ***Drum rolls*** our very first official introductory video. Premiered on our newly-launched official Youtube channel, “jicaaunseednet,” the video will give you a glimpse of who we are and what we do under the project’s phase IV. Check it out now at Stay tuned for more highlights! Our official YouTube channel will feature more videos on AUN/SEED-Net programs and activities, which will include announcement of interesting news, promotion of upcoming events, reflection [...]

25/07/2020|Categories: News, News Archive 2020|Tags: |

The 2nd Periodic Meeting with International Collaborative Education Program for Materials Technology, Education, and Research (ICE-Matter)

ICE-Matter 2nd Periodic Meeting via Google hangout meet platform It has been a year that ICE-Matter has begun its operations as a CEP consortium with the support from its academic partners in Japan, Laos, and Myanmar, as well as an industrial partner in Thailand. As a common and efficient practice for progress report, ICE-Matter has conducted its 2nd periodic meeting through an online platform during COVID-19 situation. The meeting was successfully organized and resulted in fruitful [...]

Student Monitoring Session JFY 2019 at Chulalongkorn University

More than 25 participants including students, students’ advisors, Head of Department, officers from International School of Engineering (ISE), and the Secretariat attended a student monitoring session at Chulalongkorn University (CU), Thailand on September 24, 2019. The purpose of the session was to review the performance of our scholarship students and to update on the scholarship rules and financial regulations, as well as to inform the exclusive opportunities with AUN/SEED-Net in the future after graduation.

01/10/2019|Categories: News, News Archive 2019|Tags: , |
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