External Funding and Research Programs

Department of Microbiology

  1. The outbreak and risk assessment of Campylobacter infection in the production of chicken in Thailand.
    Assoc. Prof. Dr. Pravate Tuitemwong
  2. The study of the roles and functions of ORF 134 ,ORF 322 proteins in Whispovirus which can control activities of Caspase-3 in apoptosis process in shrimp.
    Dr. Pongsak Khunrae
  3. The selection of the suitable antigen for Aeromonas Hydrophila disease prevention vaccine by cross breeding fish culture.
    Dr. Triwit Rattanarojpong

 

Department of Physics

  1. "Hyperbolic Calogero-Moser system and its Lagrangian structure".
    Dr. Sikarin Yookong
  2. "Lagrangian 1-form implies integrablity".
    Dr. Sikarin Yookong
  3. Preparation of the glass that changes color of thin nickel oxide film by using chemical spray techniques.
    Dr. Chumphon Luangchaisri
  4. The nanometric scale synthesis of silver in mesh topology on Indium and Tin oxide in the application of transparent conductors.
    Dr. Tula Jutarosaga
  5. The study of Graphene synthesis, integration of graphene into graphene foam and development of a hybrid materials such as Hydroxy apatite / Graphene foam, which is used to detect biomolecules.
    Dr. Piyapong Asanithi

 

Department of Chemistry

  1. The process of synthesizing diphenyl ethylene derivatives to detect Cyanide ions with the naked eyes.
    Dr. Nakorn Niamnont
  2. Analyze Components and Properties of Adhesive and Distinquish the Differences of Adhesive.
    Dr. Wunpen Chonkaew
  3. The finding of the best chemical structure of the active pharmacological substances of Caged Garcinia Xanthone group.
    Dr. Oraphin Chantarasriwong

 

Department of Mathematics

  1. The Management of the mode of information and resources for communications of equipment to the devices directly under the LTE-Advanced network.
    Dr.Phond Phunchongharn
  2. The Fixed Point algorithm suitable for solving the appropriate Convex for application in restoration and networking.
    Assoc. Prof.Dr. Poom Kumam
  3. Development of paper-based devices for food analysis
    Dr. Wijitar Dungchai

Department of Microbiology

  1. The Inhibition of Virus Proliferation in Whispovirus Infected Shrimp (WSSV) by RNA Interference (year 2011, grant of 212, 500 baht).
    Dr. Triwit Rattanarojpong
  2. Identification of the bacteria isolated from the marine sponge in the production of pigment and the biological characterization of biological pigment.
    Assoc. Prof.Dr. Worapot Suntornsuk
  3. The production of food wrap film from the salt leftovers of the noodles production factory, to absorb the oil in a frying food.
    Assoc. Prof.Dr. Punchira Vongsawasdi
  4. The production of compounds that inhibit the growth of pathogenic bacteria in shrimp infected by Bacillus sp.BK9, from the industrial waste.
    Asst.Prof.Dr. Nongpanga Khunajakr
  5. The usage of sewage from the process of stripping flour to produce ethanol, by mixed cultures (year 2011, grant of 245,000 baht).
    Dr. Sukon Tantipaibulvut
  6. The distribution and sensitivity of the processing of chicken contaminated with L. monocytogenes analyzed by the standard developed ALOA and RADAL-LISTERIS culture medium.
    Asst. Prof. Jerawat Kunkriangvong
  7. The development of nanomaterials for analysis of Salmonella spp. Bacteria.
    Assoc. Prof. Dr. Pravate Tuitemwong
  8. The study functional properties of proteins isolated from non-toxic physic nut fiber (year 2011, grant of 500,000 baht).
    Assoc. Prof.Dr. Worapot Suntornsuk
  9. The study of recipes and production of lactic acid L (+) The development of nanomaterials for analysis of Salmonella spp. Bacteria.
    Assoc. Prof. Dr.Aporn Wongwicha

 

Department of Physics

  1. The Preparation of thin thermoelectric film by evaporation under vacuum with laser (year 2011, grant of 489,300 baht).
    Dr. Voravit Kosalathip
  2. Vacuum system for thermoelectric preparations.
    Asst.Prof Taswal Kumpeerapun
  3. The influence of the thin sodium light absorption film and the efficiency of copper-indium-gallium-selenite type of thin film solar cells.
    Dr. Panita Chityuttakan

 

Department of Chemistry

  1. The calibration and field-testing of passive samplers for BTEX gas in the atmosphere.
    Asst. Prof. Winyu Chitsamphandhavej

 

Department of Mathematics

  1. The reversed bifurcation in the dynamics of spreading of malaria. (year 2011, grant of 455,658 baht).
    Asst.Prof.Dr.Settapat Chinviriyasit
  2. The automatically scheduling system for nurses (Phase 2).
    Dr. Wibulsak Watthayu