Welcome the researchers from 7 universities, discussing on CENE energy harvesting bikes, power bank and nanocoating
June 2015, Assoc.Prof.Engr.Dr.Yufridin Wahab and Masri Zairi Mohd Zin of Advanced Multidisciplinary MEMS Based Integrated Electronics (AMBIENCE) have given a warm welcome to Dr.Nantakan Muensit and Panu Thainiramit. They have also demonstrated the cleanroom with all kinds of microelectronics facilities.
25 - 26 May 2015. Thanks to the speakers from Coax Group Corp. Ltd., THAILAND for AFM & SEM workshop. The topic is “Nanotechnology Solution by Atomic Force Microscope & Scanning Electron Microscope” presenting the principle, applications and related techniques. Besides, the participants can directly observe their samples by AFM & SEM.
|20/3/15 Thanks to Assoc.Prof.Dr. Wattanapong Kurdthongmee, the School of Engineering and Resource, Walailak University, Nakhonsithammarat for visiting us & demonstrating of the LekoBot 3D-printer as a tool for doing project and research.|
CENE activity, How to prepare the Pizoelectric Polymer. The CENE researcher trained the process of Pizo-polymer preparation to the Suranaree University of Technology reasearcher on 12 -13 Mar 2015 for the new applications and extended properties.
27 Feb - 1 Mar 2015, BKK, Impact Muang Thong Tanee Exhibition Hall. CENE presents a prototype of rechargeable power bank that can be further utilized in a field of wireless network & device. Also presented, manufactured O-rings, a promising candidate in commercials.
A talk on Functional insulating polymers for the energy conversion by Dr. Jia-wei ZHANG from China and Enery harvesting using the electrostrictive material by Darika JAAOH from CENE.
- Visitors from Super Science High School in Japan lead by teacher Shinei Sugawara at CENE
- Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM) at CENE
- Research group meeting 15 Oct 2014
- CENE 3D Printer for Orthopaedic Surgery
- 2014 CENE Journal Club
- Resesearch group meeting at CENE [15-July-2014]
- INDONESIA at CENE
- CENE Earth Hour Activity DONE
- CENE and energy harvesting for education