The School of Engineering and Technology has identified broad research areas related to the strengths of its faculty, its curriculum and its existing facilities that are the building blocks for education niches in engineering and advanced technologies.
The following lists the information about the specific focal areas grouped by Fields of Study
COMPUTER SCIENCE AND INFORMATION MANAGEMENT (CSIM)
Software Engineering and Development; Information and Knowledge Management
INDUSTRIAL SYSTEMS ENGINEERING (ISE)
Design and development of devices and sensors; Automation and control of machines; Product design and integration of machines and processes; Planning, operation, control and logistics of Industrial engineering
REMOTE SENSING AND GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS (RS&GIS)
Remote sensing (RS); Geographic information system (GIS); Global positioning system (GPS); Digital mapping technology; Digital photogrammetry
TELECOMMUNICATIONS, INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGIES (TC, ICT)
Mobile Communications; Teletraffic and Network Performance Analysis; Focal Area 3: Optical Networks
ADVANCED INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT
- Application of new approaches and concepts in the development of infrastructure including innovative project financing
- PPP/PFI, integrated project management
- Infrastructure asset and valuation management, and infrastructure safety and security
GEOTECHNICAL AND GEOENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING (GTE)
Sustainable geological exploitation for engineering activities; Design of safe structures; Disaster mitigation and rehabilitation
TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING (TRE)
Transportation Logistics; Highway Pavement; Road Safety
WATER ENGINEERING & MANAGEMENT (WEM)
Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM); Water Related Disaster Management (WRDM)
RESEARCH & ACADEMIC CENTERS
School of Engineering and Technology has a wealth of innovative and untapped knowledge database from its masters and doctoral research activities. Many outreach and research centers are set up to transform the knowledge into industrial needs. These centers also serve to transfer the practical aspects and the society impacts of the knowledge and technology back to the class room.
ACECOMS: ASIAN CENTER FOR ENGINEERING COMPUTATIONS AND SOFTWARE
The prime mission of ACECOMS with 29 satellite centers in 21 cities in Asia and other regions carries out research in engineering computations, develops computer software tools for engineering applications, and conducts training in the effective use of latest computing technology.
Visit ACECOMS: http://www.acecoms.ait.ac.th/
ACSIG: ASIAN CENTER FOR SOIL IMPROVEMENT AND GEOSYNTHETIC
ACSIG provides a strategic location for advanced technological education, researches and outreach activities on the application and effective utilization of ground improvement techniques.
Visit ACSIG: http://www.setweb.ait.ac.th/acsig/
ACTS: ASIAN CENTER FOR TRANSPORTATION STUDIES
ACTS activities include modules on intelligent transportation systems, traffic simulation, freight transport, urban road safety and road safety audit.
Visit ACTS: http://www.setweb.ait.ac.th/acts/
Geoinformatic center is dedicated to development and promotion of remote sensing research and activities in Asia-Pacific by sharing satellite data, research results and experiences with researchers in the region.
Visit Geoinformatic Center http://www.geoinfo.ait.ac.th/
Habitech activities include research and outreach activities such as training in production and construction, provision of services associated with projects implemented by various organizations, agencies or the private sector. Visit Habitech Center http://www.habitech.ait.ac.th
REGIONAL NETWORK OFFICE FOR URBAN SAFETY
The Regional Network Office for Urban Safety (RNUS) is a collaborative center jointly operated by the AIT and the University of Tokyo for the promotion of urban safety engineering utilizing advanced engineering technologies including remote sensing and GIS.
Visit RNUS: http://rnus.ait.ac.th
THAILAND ACCIDENT RESEARCH CENTER
The Accident Research Center is an offspring of MOTC’s Road Safety Master Plan acknowledging the lack of information on accidents in Thailand and the need to establish TARC. TARC provides academic back up and a base for road safety research.
Visit TARC: http://www.tarc.ait.ac.th or http://www.tarc.or.th/
AIT CENTER OF EXCELLENCE IN NANOTECHNOLOGY
The Center of Excellence in Nanotechnology is jointly supported by Thailand’s Nanotechnology Center (NANOTEC) and AIT, to cultivate and foster multidisciplinary activities including research and education in the applications of Nanotechnology in Developing World.
Visit RNUS: http://www.nano.ait.ac.th
RESEARCH & ACADEMIC CENTERS CONTACT
|Research & Academic Centers||Director||Phone
+66 (0) 2524
|AIT Solutions||Dr. Naveed Anwar||5539, firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Asian Center for Soil Improvement and Geosynthetic (ACSIG)||Prof. Dennes T . Bergadoemail@example.com|
|Asian Center for Transportation Studies||Dr. Kunnawee Kanitpongfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Geoinformatics Center||Dr. Manzul Hazarika||5580, email@example.com|
|Habitech Center||Mr. Gyanendra R. Sthapitfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Regional Network Office for Urban Safety (RNUS)||Dr. Akiyuki Kawasakiemail@example.com|
|Thailand Accident Research Center||Dr. Kunnawee Kanitpongfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Center of Excellence in Nanotechnology||Dr. G. Louis Hornyakemail@example.com|