Period of study at AIT:
M.Eng August 2010 – May 2012
Lecture, International School of Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand.
How does your experience at AIT benefit your current job?
I received my Master’s degree in nanotechnology from Asian Institute of Technology (AIT) in 2012. My work was to develop an integrated optical characterisation bench for microfluidics sensing application. My research interest has been focused on optical sensing device since then. Studying at AIT gave me a strong academic foundation of research work I am currently doing. I gained a lot of knowledge and research skills when I was a student at AIT under supervision of Prof. Joydeep Dutta and Dr. Waleed S. Mohammed. I am still using everything I learnt at that time for my current job as a lecturer.
Message to the current and prospective ISE students?:
Congratulation for the students who get accepted to be ISE student and the students who are graduated. Being an ISE student is one of the great opportunity in life. This place will give your not just the knowledge but connections, teamwork, friends with differnt cultures. It will surely be a valuable experience for you.