Interactive exhibit at NSM
Interactive exhibit at NSM
Exhibit "Journey of BITs" opened at National Science Museum
BU-CROCCS researchers, in collaboration with School of Architecture and School of Engineering, successfully opened the exhibit "Journey of BITs: Communication Technologies behind Digital Life" at the National Science Museum located at Science Square on the 4th Floor of Chamchuri Square, downtown Bangkok. The exhibit is open everyday with free admission until September 2017.
BU-CROCCS first cultural field trip
BU-CROCCS arranged its first cultural field trip on 12 October 2016, taking graduate and internship students to several historical sites in Ayutthaya, which was the capital city from 1350 to 1767.
Research grant from NRCT for developing software defined communication systems for education and training
A BU-CROCCS research team, led by Dr. Pakorn Ubolkosold, received a 1.5-million-Baht grant from National Research Council of Thailand (NRCT) to develop software defined communication systems that involve optical fiber and wireless transmissions. The developed systems will be used for actual teaching at Easter Technological College (E.TECH) located in the industrial Eastern Seaboard of Thailand.
Consulting project from GISTDA for monitoring and control communication systems of Thaichote satellite
A BU-CROCCS research team, led by Dr. Poompat Saengudomlert, received a 0.3-million-Baht grant from Geo-Informatics and Space Technology Development Agency (GISTDA) to study and give advice on monitoring and control communication systems of Thaichot which is Thailands first remote sensing satellite.
Third Ph.D gaduate to complete the work entirely under cosupervision of BU-CROCCS members
Dr. Hoorieh Fallah becomes the third student that completes the entire Ph.D. work in co-supervision by a BU-CROCCS member (Dr. Waleed Mohammed).
Research grant from NBTC for developing interactive museum exhibits on digital communications
A BU-CROCCS research team, led by Dr. Poompat Saengudomlert, received a 3.6-million-Baht grant from National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC) to develop interactive museum exhibits on digital communications, to be shown at the National Science Museum in September 2016.
Second Ph.D gaduate to complete the work entirely under cosupervision of BU-CROCCS members
Dr. Charusluk Viphavakit becomes the second student that completes the entire Ph.D. work in co-supervision by a BU-CROCCS member (Dr. Waleed Mohammed). This is after Dr. Mohammed Sohail who was advised by Dr. Poompat Saengudomlert and Dr. Karel Streckx
Several internship students are welcomed at BU-CROCCS
The center has welcomed several graduate and undergraduate students to perform their training at Bangkok University during this period. A total of 10 students from: IUT-Angouleme (France), IUT-Dijon (France), VIT (India) and University of Malaya (Malaysia).
ECE graduate program is launched
The school of engineering, Bangkok University, now offers M.En and D.Eng research based degrees. For more information please visit: http://ece-grad.bu.ac.th
Research grant from TRF for developing digital communication lab kits
A BU-CROCCS research team, led by Dr. Poompat Saengudomlert, received a 1.2-million-Baht grant from Thailand Research Fund (TRF) to develop digital communication lab kits for vocational schools.