Advanced Robotics Research Group
Advanced Robotics is a research group under Mechatronics Field of Study, Industrial Systems Engineering Department, School of Engineering and Technology. It is supervised by Prof. Manukid Parnichkun. This research group focuses on the design of new and advanced robotics mechanisms and controllers. Robot prototypes are always developed and tested. The current projects include intelligent vehicles, bicycle robots, unicycle robots, exoskeleton robots, rehabilitation machines, automatic guided vehicles, laser guided vehicles, robot manipulators and multiple robot cooperation.
Contact: Prof. Manukid Parnichkun, email@example.com
Location: Advanced Robotics Laboratory (ISE 112-114)
Functional Biomaterials and Smart Devices Research Group
Functional Biomaterials and Smart Devices is a research group under Bio-Nano Materials Science and Engineering Field of Study, Industrial Systems Engineering Department, School of Engineering and Technology. It is supervised by Dr. Raffaele Ricco. This research group focuses on Bionanomaterials and biocomposites, Sol-gel synthesis, Functional nanoparticles, Metal-Organic Frameworks, Biomolecules/materials interaction. The current projects include the development of SPR-based sensors for disease biomarkers, and new immobilization protocols for fluorescence immunosensors.
Contact: Dr.Raffaele Ricco, <firstname.lastname@example.org >
Location: 2F Outreach Bldg
A-Cube Research Group
A-Cube Research Group was formed more than a decade ago and named after its initial three “A” areas which were Adaptive Layered Manufacturing, Abrasive Waterjet Technology and Automotive Technology. Today, A-Cube focuses it effort on customer-oriented manufacturing that includes design for customer experience, co-created product design, image-based additive manufacturing from 3D CAD models, reverse engineering and sketch-based modeling, and flexible automation for rapid personalized production. Besides, the group also actives in additive manufacturing for tissue engineering.
Contact: Pisut Koomsap, <email@example.com>
Location: ISE 235
Operation Research Group
Operation Research Group is a research group under Industrial & Manufacturing Engineering Area of Specialization, Department of Industrial Systems Engineering. This research group focuses on the applications of OR&MS knowledge to help find solutions for various complicated problems in manufacturing and service industries. Development of solution techniques for large scale optimization problems in logistic and supply chain networks is also of interest of the group.
Contact: Dr. Huynh Trung Luong, <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Location: ISE 236
Internet of Things (IOT) Research Group
IOT is a research group under Microelectronics and Embedded Systems Field of Study, Industrial Systems Engineering Department, School of Engineering and Technology. It is under the supervision of Dr. Mongkol Ekpanyapong. This research area spans from Embedded Systems Design, FPGA Design, High Performance Computing, Computer Vision, and Agritronics. IOT research group also has a close collaboration with AIT Vision Laboratory and Internet Education and Research Laboratory (InterLab).
Contact: Dr. Mongkol Ekpanyapong, <email@example.com>
Location: ISE 214
Nanomaterials for Energy, Environment and Sensing (NEES) Research Group
Nanomaterials for Energy, Environment and Sensing (NEES) is a research group under Bio-Nano Materials Science and Engineering Field of Study, Industrial Systems Engineering Department, School of Engineering and Technology. It is supervised by Dr. Tanujjal Bora. NEES is a highly interdisciplinary research group with students from both Science and Engineering background working together. The group focuses on the use of inexpensive synthesis techniques to prepared semiconductor nanomaterials, plasmonic materials, nanocomposites, porous materials, and thin films, and apply them in various applications like perovskite solar cells, photothermal energy harvesters, photocatalytic water/air purifiers, soft smart materials, self-healing materials, detection of toxic chemicals and wastes in the environment, SERS substrate design, biosensors for chemicals and disease detection and optical coatings. Some ongoing projects include development of NIR reflective coatings, biosensors for pesticide and biomarker detection, removal of heavy metal ions from wastewater and energy harvesting using capacitive deionization technique, superhydrophobic coatings for high voltage insulators, inorganic perovskite materials for solar energy harvesting and self-healing materials for tactile sensors.
Contact: Dr. Tanujjal Bora, <firstname.lastname@example.org >
Location: 2F Outreach Bldg