ISE Community Service and Cultural trip of AY 1/2019
On September 14-15, 2019, International Affairs of Engineering Student Committee organized an ISE exchange program activity “Community Service and Cultural trip” for Inbound Exchange Student Academic year 1/2019 in Kanchanaburi Province We began the trip with the community service activity. Both foreign and Thai students made colorful vocabulary books as English learning materials for elementary students at Ban Sao Hong School. Additionally, the exchange students taught local children using simple English words and played fun games with them at the playground. There were lots of laughter and good time with them. In the evening, there were ice breaking games and culture exchange activities. The participating exchange students came from several counties including France, Germany, Sweden, Italy, China and Philippines. On September 15, 2019, we visited “Mallika City” where exchange students learned Thai lifestyle during King Rama IV-V’s era and enjoyed peaceful nature. It was a very memorable and meaningful experience for exchange students and they all had made new friends with Thai buddies.
ISE AERO Programme
ISE AERO Programme extended warm welcome to a group of delegates and students from Republic Polytechnic, Singapore. The visitors were given information sessions about our AERO programme, and a tour to explore our facilities, assisted by our AERO student volunteers. Big thanks to our AERO students: - Mr Talha, for presenting a story about our DBF (Design Build Fly) student club and its current work - Miss Bhudharhita and Mr Supakorn, for sharing a story about our involvement in CU-AIAA Student Chapter - Mr Supakorn, for showing visitors our workspace where the supersonic wind tunnel, a senior project legacy left from our alumni (Mr Napas and Mr Adithep), was put on display - Mr Nathanan and Mr Varongrith, for presenting the visitors the DBF turf - Mr Kittinan, for giving a tour to Aj Asi’s wind tunnel - Khun O, for demonstrating a 3D-print and laser cut at MI Centre
ISE AERO students won the award of the National Institute of Metrology
Congratulations!!! ISE Aero students,Mr. Napas Pasurapunya and Mr. Adithep Kawinkij won 3rd place and the popular vote of the Student Science Project Contest under the theme “Metrology and Sustainable Development” at the 20th anniversary celebration of the National Institute of Metrology (Thailand) at the Techno Thani, campus on June 8, 2018. Their project, titled “Design and Development of the CU Changeable Nozzle Supersonic Wind Tunnel” which aimed to design a Supersonic Wind Tunnel for the university’s senior project with the ultimate goal of developing educational equipment for AERO students to study aircraft or supersonic objects at high speeds. It is also the first Supersonic Wind Tunnel produced by Thai students in Thailand (The second supersonic wind tunnel in Thailand)
the React Redux workshop for Thinc student club
ISE held the React Redux workshop for Thinc student club and Invited instructor lectured about React Redux and held coding workshop for attended students.
Farewell Party Senoir stuents
ISE held a farewell party for senior students who are going to graduate this year. Congratulations to all of you!!! ISE wishes you all the best for your new chapter in life.
AIS Representative guest lecture on telecommunications systems to 2nd year ICE program students
AIS Representative guest lecture on telecommunications systems to 2nd year ICE program students On September, 26, 2017, Khun Montakarn Ahkuputra, Khun Rakpong Chongchiranont and Khun Pongtep Cheanudomsa from AIS Technical Service Development Department were invited as guest Lecturers for Introduction to Information and communication Engineering class. The goal of the lecture was to introduce students to the field of telecommunications systems and engineering and to inspire students to develop curiosity and interest in this field. For this activity, students were divided into 2 groups : Khun Pongtep Cheanudomsa gave a lecture on the basics of 3G/4G telecommunication, core network, transmission and radio network to the first group of students. The second group of students visited node B at the roof top of Building 4 and was led by Khun Rakpong Chongchiranont, who briefed the students on the hardware used in telecommunications systems. The students asked a lot of questions and the activity almost ran overtime. We hope to invite AIS again to share their technical knowledge and experience with ICE students in the near future
Chula Engineering and ISE students have won the award of GSEC
Chula Engineering and ISE students Wit Chunkum : Nano Engineering, Apasorn Phatanachinda : Aerospace Engineering , Atikarn Tiraviriyapol : Nano Engineering, Napasorn Yaibuates : Industrial Engineering,Pattamon Puttawong :Chemical Engineering, Pongpak Katanyutanon : Environmental Engineering ,Pattanan Thamrujikul : Petroleum Engineering,Rittanupap Thavorn: Chemical Engineering have won the award Best Team Showcase of The Global Student Engineering Conference (GSEC) 2017 which is organised by the University College London Mechanical Engineering Society (UCL MES). The first of its kind, the inaugural conference seeks to convene engineering students to foster the exchange of ideas and knowledge in order to make a positive impact in their communities. Through a series of guest lectures, workshops and industrial visits, GSEC aims to: • Empower student engineers to step up as agents of change in building a collective future • Foster meaningful relationships between youth leaders across regions • Connect talented delegates with some of today’s leaders in academia, industry and government The theme of this year’s conference is Sustainable Cities. The conference draws upon the diverse perspectives of delegates from different regions of the world to demonstrate the crucial role that Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics (STEM) play in advancing economic and social progress without compromising pertinent environmental aspects. Eventually, we hope that these engineering-led discussions will increase exposure and rouse interest of the application of STEM in tackling a few of the world’s most eminent problems today
a Chevron scholarship 2017
Congratulations !!!! Mr. Sirapoab Chaikunsaeng 4th-year ISE student from ADME program has been selected to receive a scholarship from Chevron Thailand. Professor Prabhath De Silva, Ph D, a ISE lecturer also joined the ceremony.