Assoc.Prof. Dr. Somrerk Chandra-ambhorn was invited to give a lecture and discuss on the high temperature corrosion research at the Tokyo Institute of Technology (Tokyo Tech), Japan, during June 28 to July 1, 2014.read more ...
Director of International Program in Materials Engineering
I’ve always been asked “why materials engineering?”, so I would like to share my experiences from when I worked as a materials engineer in Japan. I was responsible for products called resonators and filters, which are electronic parts used in the frequency range of 200 MHz to 3 GHz.
Expert and Consultant to the International Program
After completing a PhD at Newcastle University, UK, I worked as a researcher at University of Warwick and Mahidol University. My current research is mainly concerned with mathematical modelling and simulation of turbulent transport, which can be applied to problems in several areas, including engineering and plasma physics. ...
Undergraduate in materials engineering.
“The reason that I chose this program is because in Thailand there are not many colleges that teach this program. The Thai and foreign professors have high education degrees, which most of them graduated from well-known universities around the world. ...
from The University of Burgundy, France
(4th April – 4th July 2013)
My internship principally occurred at the department of materials and production technology engineering in a metallurgy laboratory. ...
A doctoral candidate
in collaboration with Grenoble INP, France
First of all, let me introduce myself. My name is Pui, a doctoral student in materials engineering. The reason that I chose to study in this field is because materials is extremely essential for the creation of modern inventions in the industry, including any devices used in daily life.
Associate Professor Dr. Somrerk Chandraambhon Participate in The International Conference on Metallurgy Technology and Materials at Hong Kong, China, on June 2013.
“Detroit of Asia”
Thailand has its ambition to become a “Detroit of Asia” for automotive industry, as well as a “Silicon Valley” for electronics. These dreams are being steered to reality as indicated by the fact that we have been among the top exporters of automobile and the number-one exporter of hard disk drive of the world. The leading role of Thailand in ASEAN economic community has also been focused in the areas of petrochemical as well as oil and gas exploration and production. ...
and Why KMUTNB?
The study in metals, or metallurgical engineering, is considered as one of the oldest arts but also as one of the youngest sciences. For example, in the development of eco car, many efforts have been made to produce lighter weight with higher strength or more durable metals. The active research in this field has been carried out at KMUTNB, such as to produce a high strength dual-phase steel or a more durable exhaust manifold for the eco car. ...
Program Emphasising in Metals ?
The previous paragraphs might well reflex a long educational tradition of KMUTNB, formerly a Thai-German technical school, in cultivating engineers in a European, particularly German and French, style in order to produce a hand-on engineer with smart mind and character. KMUTNB has the faculty staffs graduated from leading universities around the world: ...
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