Rhythm Through The Wind

Beautiful music by a Myanmar student violinist soothes the AIT campus
By Kanda Yaemboonruang

If the weather allows, in the early evening, Myanmar student Swun Wunna Htet will pack his violin box in his bicycle basket and ride the AIT fountain lake, a place that he has chosen as the outdoor stage to showcase his musical talent.

AIT Renews Partnership with TEAM Group

On 17 September, 2020, President Dr. Eden Y. Woon and TEAM Consulting Engineering and Management PCL (TEAM Group) Chief Executive Officer Dr. Apichat Sramoon signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to harness the synergy between AIT and TEAM and to strengthen the collaboration in academics, research, and development, consultancy and entrepreneurship.

Professor Anil Kumar Anal Edits a Special Issue on “FOOD SAFETY IN SOUTH EAST ASIA” as part of “FOOD CONTROL” Journal, Elsevier Publishers

Professor Anil Kumar Anal (HOD, Food Agriculture and Bioresources, School of Environment Resources and Development) in collaboration with Yves Wache (Umr, Pam, Agrosup, France), Professor Ralf Greiner (Max-Rubner Institute, Germany), Professor Weibia Zhou (National University Of Singapore, Singapore) and Dr. Son Chu-Ky (Hanoi University Of Science And Technology, Vietnam) as Editors has published a Special issue on “Food Safety in South East Asia” as part of Food Control Journal (Cite Score: 8.4; Impact Factor: 4.258) Elsevier publisher.

Update on AIT during Global Coronavirus Crisis August 30

August 31, 2020

Since January of this year, the Coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis has spread across the world. By the end of August, the situation is excellent in Thailand—with no case of local transmission for almost 100 days, but there are places around the world, including several of the countries where our AIT students, faculty, and staff come from, which are still heavily affected.

Passion brings them here: A word from some AIT newcomers

The Covid-19 pandemic may have paused the world, but it cannot alter the passion of newcomers joining AIT. This was exhibited by the high number of the new students joining the Hybrid Orientation Ceremony for the Fall Semester 2020 on August 3, with 168 new students attending in-person at the campus and more than 200 new students from countries in Africa, Europe, Asia and North America joining online.