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COOPERATION IN SPACE TECHNOLOGY

COOPERATION IN SPACE TECHNOLOGY

On April 26 H. E. Mr. Christian Prettre, the Ambassador of France to Thailand, presented AIT a Software Multiscope from MATRA Systems and Information, further enhancing the Institute's long-standing cooperation with France in the field of spatial imagery, remote sensing and its applications in relation to GIS.

The software consists of a set of CDROMS with capability for connecting
simultaneously 255 users.

CONFERENCE UPDATE

CONFERENCE UPDATE

A world class event, the International Forum cum Conference on Information
Technology and Communication at the Dawn of the New
Millenium is the Year 2000 activity of the International Academy on Engineering Development and Scientific and Management Technology.

LANGUAGE CLASSES

LANGUAGE CLASSES
THAI LANGUAGE CLASS FOR BEGINNERS

CLET will organize an additional Thai language class for beginners, focusing
on speaking, listening and conversational skills.

The class will
be held on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays (4.00 - 5.30 p.m.)
start from May 15th,
run for a total of 30 hours,
be restricted to fifteen persons per group,
cost 1,500 baht/person.

CONGRATULATIONS, Dr. Lilia Austriaco

CONGRATULATIONS, Dr. Lilia Austriaco
Dr. LILIA AUSTRIACO (SEC' 65), Manager of Information Resources Centers, has been selected as OUTSTANDING MAPUAN (TOM) FOR THE YEAR 2000 IN THE FIELD OF INFORMATION SCIENCE. The TOM award is the most prestigious award for MIT alumni and is jointly awarded by the Mapua Institute Technology and the National Association of Mapua Alumni (NAMA). The award ceremony will take place on Saturday, May 13, 2000 in
Manila.

PRINCE LEO DE LIGNAC DONATES TO AIT

PRINCE LEO DE LIGNAC DONATES TO AIT
Prince Leo de Lignac of the Netherlands has generously donated US$200,000 to AIT's Bioprocess Technology field of study (BPT) in the School of Environment, Resources and Development. The amount will support salaries and fees of employee Doctoral students enrolled in BPT.
Our heartfelt thanks to Prince Leo de Lignac for his generous donation.

WELCOME NEW FACULTY

WELCOME NEW FACULTY

The School of Advanced Technologies is pleased to welcome Dr. Lertsak Lakawat as a Visiting Faculty in our new Field of Study in Microelectronics, starting from the May 2000 term.

Dr. Lertsak received his Ph.D. in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Carnegie-Mellon University, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, U.S.A. in 1993. From 1994-1996, he worked at Seagate Technology, Bloomington, Minnesota, U.S.A., participating in the design and development of thin-film, magnetic recording heads for data storage on rigid disk files.

MEETING THE PRESIDENT

Photo shows Ms. Olsson and Mrs. Hallgren (left and center) discussing with Prof. Jean-Louis Armand, AIT President.
MEETING THE PRESIDENT

A Delegation from the Marcus Wallenberg Foundation, led by Ms. Ingrid Olsson (left), the Assistant Secretary of the Foundation's Selection Committee, visited the Institute on 24 April . She was accompanied by Prof.