INRIT 2015

 

ORAL PRESENTATION
Venue: Room 101
Session: Sciences, Technology and Logistics
June 4, 2015 Morning Session Chairman: Assoc. Prof. Dr. Churairat Duangduen
Afternoon Session Chairman: Asst. Prof. Dr. Opas Kitkamhang
Time Topic Page
10.3010.45 Major ICT Leadership from HRH Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn by Prof. Dr. Srisakdi Charmonman, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Jintavee Khlaisang, and Mr. Pornphisud Mongkhonvanit (Thailand) 21
10.4511.00 A Survey of Green University: Challenges and Opportunities by Mr. Pornphisud Mongkhonvanit and Dr. Thakrit Panklib (Thailand) 22
11.0011.12 Gasification Technology for Electricity Generation in Rural Area by Dr. Thakrit Panklib (Thailand), Prof. Myong-Jun Kim (Korea), and Bounphong Nanthavong (Laos) 23
11.12-11.24 Challenge to Logistics in the ASEAN Landscape by Glen Chatelier (India) 24
11.24-11.36 Evaluation of Courseware Production at the Graduate School of E-Learning by Dr. Firouz Anaraki (Iran), Myo Han Htun (Myanmar), and Man Hung Hoang (Vietnam) 25
11.3611.48 Re-Visiting Global Digital Divide by Dr. Ioan Voicu (Romania) 26
11.48 12.00 The Alignment Business and Information Technology Strategy: At a Public Sector Organisation in Southern Africa by Deepti Garg (Botswana) 27
12.0013.00 Lunch
13.0013.12 Developmental Instability via Fluctuating Asymmetry on the Wings of Neurothemic Terminata for Iligan City by Sharon Rose Tabugo, Princess Angelie Casa, Ma Theresa, C. Pareno, and Myntle, Ayn E. Penaredondo (Philippines) 28
13.1213.24 Student and Faculty Acuity on E-Readiness: An Assessment by Maria Rosario D. Rodavia (Philippines) 29
13.2413.36 Virtual Classes for Science and Technology Courses by Lim Kin Chew (Singapore) 30
13.3613.48 Going International of Culturally Intelligent SME Decision Makers by Prof. Dr. Claus Schreier (Switzerland) and Dr. Nuntana Udomkit (Thailand) 31
13.4814.00 Identification and Classification of Power Quality Disturbances by Chien-Hsun KuanAnd Chun-Yao Lee (Taiwan) 32
14.0014.15 New World of Business with Plasma and AHPCO Nano-Technology in Marketing Air Purifier, Cell Phone and Ice-Maker Sterilizer by Nabarun Ghosh (USA), Mitsy Veloz (Canada), Jon Bennert, Jeff Bennert (Canada), and Constantine Saadeh (Lebanon) 33
14.1514.30 A Survey of Apps and Gadgets in the Year 2015 by Prof. Dr. Srisakdi Charmonman (Thailand), Prof. Dr. Pavel Khromenkov (Russia), and Assoc. Prof. Dr. Jintavee Khlaisang (Thailand) 34
14.3014.45 Anybody will be Able to Study for an Accredited Bachelor's Degree Free of Charge by Prof. Dr. Srisakdi Charmonman, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Jintavee Khlaisang (Thailand), and Koama Gilles (Burkina Faso in Africa) 35
14.4515.00 Break
15.00 15.12 Empowering the Last Mile of E-commerce in Thailand by Mr. Adrain Stwart (Singapore) 36
15.12-15.24 The Development of Information Technology in Real Estate Industry by Dr. Panyaluck Udomleartprasert (Thailand) 37
15.24-15.36 Environmental Sustainability Issues in the Mobile Phone Industry by Amit Kumar (India), Tanvir Singh (India), Dr. Yunfei Liu (China), and Dr.Sawtantar Singh Khurmi (India) 38
15.36-15.48 IT Innovations from South East Asia: A Selection of Outstanding Regionally Developed Applications by Dr. Didier Bloch (France) 39
15.48-16.00 Collaborative Urban Logistics: Moving towards Efficient, Sustainable Logistics by Robert de Souza (UK) and Erdem Ceven (Turkey) 40
16.00 16.12 Water Quality Sampling of River Ecosystem in Lawis Spring, Buru-Un, IliganCity, Philippines by Jhona D. Landong and Annielyn D. Tampus (Philippines) 41
16.12 16.24 Fluctuating Asymmetry as an Indicator of Developmental Stability and a Measure of Ecological Stress in Gafrarium Tumidum (Ribbed Venus Clam) from Mindanao, Philippines by Sharon Rose Tabugo and Marsthy B. Ducos (Philippines) 42
16.24 16.36 Open Source Software-ITs Impact on Software Industry in India by Harmaninder Jit Singh Sidhu and Dr. Sawtantar Singh Khurmi (India) 43
16.36 16.48 An Overview of Social Networks and Privacy Preservation by Prof. Dr. Leon Wang (Taiwan) 44
16.4817.00 Computer-Aided Load Estimation of Air-Conditioning Systems for Non-Residential and Residential Buildings by Tunde Isaac Ogedengbe and Tunji John Erinle (Nigeria) 45

ORAL PRESENTATION
Venue: Room 102
Session:Sciences, Agriculure,Natural Resources and Environment
June 4, 2015 Chairman: Prof. Dr. Piamsak Menasavet:              
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Wongchan Wongkaew: and
Assoc.Prof.Sayam Aroonsrimorakat
Time Topic Page
10.30-10.45 21st Century Research in Interdisciplinary Agriculture by Assoc. Prof. Siam Sriaroonmorakot, et.al. 46
10.45-11.00 Structure, Function and Assembly of Singapore Grouper Iridovirus by Choey Leong Hew, et al. 47
11.00-11.15 The Effect of Moderate Heat Stress on Photosynthesis of Four Lettuce Cultivars by Dr. Siriwat Sakhonwasee 48
11.15-11.30 The Diversity of Fungus Genus Muscodor and its Application in Thailand by Prof. Dr. Saisamon Lumyong, et.al. 49
11.30-11.40 Antibacterial Activity and Active Compound Profiling of Centella asiatica by Patchanee Ysurin and Supawan Rattanakom 50
11.40-11.50 Isolation, purification, and characterization of an thermotolerant cellulase from Bacillus subtilis MSL22 by Passanee Thongthawee, et al. 51
11.50-12.00 The Growth Model of Bacillus cereus in Cooked Rice by Natpisit Chaitachawong, Maria Jessica Arta, and Patchanee Ysurin 52
12.00-13.00 Lunch
13.00-13.12 Landmark-Based Geometric Morphometrics Analysis of the Facial Shapes of Selected Manobo subtribes from Bukidnon, Philippines by Olive S. Anies, et al. 53
13.12-13.24 Evaluation of the Manual Provision of Whale Sharks, Rhinocodon Typus, in Oslob, Cebu Philippines by Leneressa Faith M. Digamo, et al. 54
13.24-13.36 Mangrove-Associated Sponges in Laguindingan, Misamis Oriental, Philippines by Love Joy Ca?adilla and Angeli Valera-Mag-aso 55
13.36-13.48 Cadmium Remediation Potential of Selected Microalgae by Buenaflor D. Jimenez, et al. 56
13.48-13.58 Study on the Improvement of Local Cultivar Sorphum(Shweni-15) for Bioethanol Production by Using Gamma Radiation by Nang Htwe Kham, Nay Chi Win, Myat Minn 57
13.58-14.08 Improvement of Sorghum(Sorghum bicolor L.) for High Yield Using Induced Mutation by Nang Htwe Kham,Nay Chi Win, Myat Minn 58
14.08-14.20 Validation of HPLC Method for the Determination of Benzodizepines by Phonpan Prasonghum 59
14.20-14.30 Two Pillars for Carbon Mitigation in Developing Asia: Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy by Wen Zhang, Michaei Cheng-Guan Quah 60
14.30-14.40 Single Cell Characterization of Neutrophil rolling in microfluidics by Chayakorn Petchakup, HanWei Hou, King Ho Holden Li 61
14.40-14.50 Conservation of Pollinator Diversity for Sustainable Pollination Services by R. C. Sihag 62
14.50-15.00 Potential Effects of Climate Change on Insect Dynamics Climate change as the Global Warming on Insect Pest Occurrence by Chalinda Ariyadet, Prof.Dr. Siriwat Wongsiri and Chanwichai Suksawat 63

POSTER PRESENTATION
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1 Distribution and Trade Dynamics of Mantis (Lysiosquilla maculata) in Tawi-Tawi, Mindanao, Philippines by Monica Mae R. Pon et el. 64
2 Herpetofauna of Two Lowland Municipalities in Mt. Malindang Range, Mindanao by Edgardo C. Aranico and Jun Jhoules M. Mahilum 65
3 Preliminary Assessment of the Moss Flora Composition in Upper Saguing watershed, Mt. Apo, Kidapawan City, North Cotabato, Mindanao Island, Philippines by Edgardo C. Aranico and Kris A. Ortizo 66
4 Diversity of Ferns and Fern Allies in the Forested Areas of Kinarum, Magpet, North Cotabato, Mindanao Island, Philippines by Edgardo C. Aranico and Sheila Mae S. Yonzon 67
5 Lepidopterans in the Vicinity of Two Mountains in Kinarum Magpet, North Cotabato, Mindanao Island, Philippines by Edgardo C. Aranico and Jun Jhoules M. Mahilum 68
6 Coleopterans in the Vicinity of Two Mountains in Kinarum Magpet, North Cotabato, Mindanao Island, Philippines by Edgardo C. Aranico and Erme Lyn B. Odjinar 69
7 Cognitive synergy in Mahidolia Conservative Strategy by Interdisciplinary Fields of ASEAN by Supakrit sopikul 70
8 Mahidolia in Sating-Pra Peninsula, Songkhla Lake Basin by Supakrit sopikul 71
9 Antimicrobial Activity and Toxicity Bioassay of the Supercritical-CO2 Extract of Turmeric (Curcuma longa) by Cezanne Marjo L. Arado, et al. 72
10 Study on Decolorizing Activity of Fungal Isolates from Textile Wastewater by San San Oo 73
11 Screening of Celluloytic Activity of Fungi Isolated from Pulp and Paper Mill Effluent by Nang aye Mya Mon et al. 74
12 Cell Endocytosis Evaluation of Melittin-Loaded Mesoporous Silica Nanoparticles by Wenbin Chen et al. 75
13 Optimal Generators Scheduling of Power Systems Based on Particle Swarm Optimization by Maickel Tuegeh, Chun-Yao Lee 76
14 Visual Product Search for Fashion Domain: From Hand-crafted features to Deep Learning by Huijing Zhan et al 77
15 Effect of Carbon Sources on Cellulase Producing Activity of Bacterial Isolates by Zin Lay Mg Mg, Win Min Than, Myo Myint 78
16 In Vitro Clonal Propagation of Vitis repens Wight &Arn. - an Important Myanmar Herbal Plant Used in Cancer Therapy by San Thandar, Ohn Mar Tun 79
17 Application of urinary antigen detection to assess the prevalence of opisthorchiasis in Sakon Nakhon province by Sasiwan Tassana-iem et al. 80
18 Application of Geographic Information System and Analytic Hierarrchy Process for Analysis Landslide Risk Area : Nakorn Si Thammarat Province by Wisaruta Veerasai , et al. 81
19 Physics Innovations for Agro-Industry: Microwave Drying Technology by M. Nisoa and Pr. Kerdtongmee 82
20 Some Biological Aspects of Land Snail for Economic Aspect by Jongrak Chuychuay, et al. 83
21 Efficiency of Synthetic Wastewater Treatment by Activated Carbon and White Charcoal for Textile Dyeing Industry by Jongrak Chuychuay, et al 84
22 Pre-Paired Watershed Management on Extreme Climate Change at The Sirindhorn International Environment Park by Yuthasart Anuluxtipun 85
23 Development of a Stochastic Optimisation Tool for Solving the Multiple Container Packing Problems by Phopong Pongcharoen 86

ORAL PRESENTATION
Venue: Room 106(10.30 - 12.00)
Session: Law and Law Enforcement Economics, Politics and       Government Administration
June 4, 2015 Chairman: H.E. Ambassdor Kamthorn Sithtichoti
Time Topic Page
10.30-11.00 - View of Academician on Good Governance in National Reforms and Development Speaker: Dr. Thawinwadee Burikul
- View of Mass Media on Good Governance in National Reforms and Development Speaker: Dr. Pana Thongmeearkom
- View of Private Sector on Good Governance in National Reforms and Development Speaker: Mr. Pairush Burapachaisri
11.00-12.30 Scouting Activities through Interdisciplinary Approaches Speaker: Dr. Waret Veerasai, Member of the Princess Srinagarindra Scout club 87

ORAL PRESENTATION
Venue: Room 103 (10.30-17.00)
Session: Humanity and Education for Human Development
June 4, 2015 Morning Session Chairman:Prof. Emritus Dr. Piyanart Bunnag
Afternoon Session Chairman: Asst. Prof. Penpan Jarernporn
Time Topic Page
10.30-10.40 Using Interdisciplinary Approach in Studying Local History: The Case of Baan Muang Buao, Roi-et Province, Northeastern Thailand by Assoc. Prof. Dr.Thaveesilp Suwattana 88
10.40-10.50 Intrapersonal Communication Management by Assoc. Prof. Dr. Tiattpat Lamnirun 89
10.50-11.00 The Local History of Baan Paknam Community, Kutl Sub-district, Muang District, Ubon Ratchathani: The Development of the Community for Cultural Tourism by Assist. Prof. Dr. Somsri Chaiwanichchaaya 90
11.00-11.10 Sufficiency Economy: an Alternative Approach to Development through the Knowledge Extension of the Royal Development Study Centers by Dr. Suleeporn Bunbongharn 91
11.10-11.20 A Mult-disciplinary Model for Building Healthy and Livable Society: A Case Study of Earthquakes in Thailand by Assoc. Prof. Dr. Panjai Tantasanawong 92
11.20-11.30 School Accountability Based on Archives at Senior High School in Semarang by Kardoyo, Nina Oktarina, and Hengky Pramusinto 93
11.30-11.40 Comments by Chairperson
11.50-12.00 Questions and Answers
12.00-13.00 Lunch
13.00-15.00 Panel Presentation on Human Development: Interdisciplinary Approach in Language Teaching Chaired by Asst. Prof. Penpan Jarernporn
Teaching Sanskrit by Asst. Prof. Dr. Chirapat Prapandvidya
Teaching Pali by Asst. Prof. Dr. Prapod Assavavirulhakarn
Teaching Thai by Dr. Thanomwong Lamyodmakpol
Thai-English Bilingual by Michael S. New
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15.00-15.10 A Comparative Study of Benadiction in Thai and Sanskrit Literature by Thawatchai Dulyasucharit 97
15.10-15.20 The Method for Alleviating Sleepiness in the Saudarananda-Mah?k?vya by Sudaporn Khiewgamdee 98
15.20-15.30 Teaching Enhancement for Excellence Training (TEXT) Program: The Disciplinary Knowledge Learning Suite for Secondary Science Teachers in Iligan City, Philippines by Ann Q. Solijon 99
15.30-15.40 Exploring Factors Affecting Teaching Efficacy of Economics Teachers Candidates in Facing AEC 2015 by Nurdian Susilowati 100
15.40-15.50 Interdisciplinary Research and Development of the English-Thai-Lao-Vietnamese Wordnet by Assoc. Prof. Dr. Panornuang Sudasna Na Ayudhya 101
15.50-16.00 New Education Quality Assurance Indicators of Thailand International University in ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) by Assoc. Prof. Piya Hirunwat 102
16.00-16.10 The Evaluation of Learning Management Capability of the Third Year Undergraduate Students through Mentorship Model by Areewan Iamsa-rd 104
16.10-16.20 Thai Dance in Modern Education:A Functioning Cultural Organization in Cultural Society by Dr. Chawarote Valyamedhi 105
16.20-16.30 Comments, questions and answers

POSTER PRESENTATION
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1 Perception of the Youth in Chiangmai toward Generic Name as an Alcohol Brand by Dusadee Vorathamdusit 107
2 The Influential Factors on Consumers Brand Loyalty for Cosmetics: A Case Study of LOr?al brand in Yangon, Myanmar by Nay Lin Aung and Sirion Chaipoopirutana 108
3 Observation on the Quality Analysis of Potential Mutant Lines with Drought Tolerance by Soe Hay 109
4 A Model for Holistic Development of Vulnerable Villages among Unrested Circumstances in the Deep south of Thailand by Sukree Hajisamae 110
5 Inter-University Linkage Program Proposal between Japanese & Thai Universities by Nobutaka Ito 111
6 Characteristics of hip hop in thai hip hop discourse by KritaPhon WangPhusit 112
7 BKK Management at Vocational School in Semarang by Joko Widodo 113
8 Approaches to Developing TV programs for Seniors by Jaruwan Nitipaiboon 114
9 Wang Jingweis Collaboration with Japan: Motivation and Legitimation by Dr.Kruarattikan 115
10 Casual Factors Affecting lnstructional, ModeL Based on Constructivism Integrated with the Phitosophy of sufficiency Economy in the Learning Management and Environment for learning of the Students in the Facultty of Education at Bansomdejchaopraya Rajabhat University by Jittawisut Wimuttipanya 116
11 Screening of Celluloytic Activity of Fungi Isolated from Pulp and Paper Mill Effluent by Nang aye Mya Mon et al. 74
12 Cell Endocytosis Evaluation of Melittin-Loaded Mesoporous Silica Nanoparticles by Wenbin Chen et al. 75
13 Optimal Generators Scheduling of Power Systems Based on Particle Swarm Optimization by Maickel Tuegeh, Chun-Yao Lee 76
14 Visual Product Search for Fashion Domain: From Hand-crafted features to Deep Learning by Huijing Zhan et al 77
15 Effect of Carbon Sources on Cellulase Producing Activity of Bacterial Isolates by Zin Lay Mg Mg, Win Min Than, Myo Myint 78
16 In Vitro Clonal Propagation of Vitis repens Wight &Arn. - an Important Myanmar Herbal Plant Used in Cancer Therapy by San Thandar, Ohn Mar Tun 79
17 Application of urinary antigen detection to assess the prevalence of opisthorchiasis in Sakon Nakhon province by Sasiwan Tassana-iem et al. 80
18 Application of Geographic Information System and Analytic Hierarrchy Process for Analysis Landslide Risk Area : Nakorn Si Thammarat Province by Wisaruta Veerasai , et al. 81
19 Physics Innovations for Agro-Industry: Microwave Drying Technology by M. Nisoa and Pr. Kerdtongmee 82
20 Some Biological Aspects of Land Snail for Economic Aspect by Jongrak Chuychuay, et al. 83
21 Efficiency of Synthetic Wastewater Treatment by Activated Carbon and White Charcoal for Textile Dyeing Industry by Jongrak Chuychuay, et al 84
22 Pre-Paired Watershed Management on Extreme Climate Change at The Sirindhorn International Environment Park by Yuthasart Anuluxtipun 85
23 Development of a Stochastic Optimisation Tool for Solving the Multiple Container Packing Problems by Phopong Pongcharoen 86

ORAL PRESENTATION
Venue: Room 108(10.30 - 12.00)
Session: Health Sciences Invention and Innovation
June 3, 2015 Chairman: Press ConferenceAndrographis Paniculata Gel as an Adjunct in the Treatment of Periodontitis in Commercial Aspects
Time Topic Page
10.30-10.45 Registration
10.45-11.00 Report
-Assoc. Prof. Dr. Pleumchitt Rojanapanthu, Director of Drug Discovery and Development Center, Thammasat University, Chief of AP Gel Project Deliver the opening speech
- Dr. Pichai Sonchaeng, Vice Minister Attached to the Prime Ministers Office
11.00-11.10 Video presentations
11.10-11.15 Introduction in Research and Development of Andrographis Paniculata Gel as an Adjunct in the Treatment of Periodontitis Assoc. Prof. Dr. Pleumchitt Rojanapanthu 117
11.15-11.20 The Adjunctive Use of Andrographis Paniculata Gel (AP Gel) in the Treatment of Periodontitis by Assoc. Prof. Dr. Chonticha Amonchat, DDS Clinical and Biological Research
11.20-11.25 Comparative Clinical Studies between Andrographis Paniculata Gel and Other Antimicrobial Drug by Assoc. Prof. Dr. Yosvimol Kuphasuk, DDS Chief of Comparative Clinical Study
11.25-11.35 Signing of Memory of Understanding on Development of Andrographis Paniculata Gel towards Domestic and Foreign Commercial Aspects - Assoc. Prof. Dr. Pleumchitt Rojanapanthu Chief of the product patent - Mr. Channarong Tachaungkoon Millimed Company, Ltd. Sponsor of Manufacture and World Wide Distributor -Rector of Mahidol Universi -Rector of Thammasat University -Director General of Intellectual Property Department, Ministry of Commerce -Secretary General of the Office of the National Research Council of Thailand
12.00 Lunch

ORAL PRESENTATION
Venue: Room 106(13.00 - 17.00)
Session: Health Sciences Invention and Innovation
June 4, 2015 Chairman: Press ConferenceAndrographis Paniculata Gel as an Adjunct in the Treatment of Periodontitis in Commercial Aspects
Time Topic Page
13.00-13.30 Paradigm Jump: from Basic Research to Unprecedented Application by Prof. Dr. Apiwat Mutirangura, M.D. 118
13.30-13.40 The Adjunctive Use of Andrographis paniculata Gel (AP gel) in the Treatment of Chronic Periodontitis by Mullika Sirirat et.al 119
13.40-13.50 Comparative Clinical Studies between Andrographis Paniculata Gel and Other Antrmicrobial Drug by Yosvimol Kuphasak et al. 120
13.50-14.00 The Study of Effectiveness of Traditional in the Treatment of Clinical Frozen Shoulder Case Study Moo Sunthon Tha Wung Lopburi by sittisak by Wattana Punmuang et al. 121
14.00-14.10 Creative Hub-A Community-Based Creative Approach to Mental Wellness by Singapore Association for Mental Health (SAMH) by Jane Goh 122
14.10-14.20 Effect of Different Carbon Sources on Cellulase Producing Activity of Bacterial Isolates by Zin Lay Mg Mg, Win Min Than and Myo Myint 123
14.20-14.30 Reversible Magnetic Capture and Release Chitosan nanoparticles: A Solution for Magnetic-Based Diagnosis System by Chutamart Pitakchatwong, et al. 124
14.30-14.40 MALI Interdisciplinary Medical Center by Mali Wirojskoolchai 125
14.40-14.50 Chitosan-g-oligo (Lactic acid): Amphiphilic Nanoparticles for Transdermal Delivery System by V. Engkagul and S. Chirachanchai 126
14.50-15.00 Regulation of Synaptic Terminal Growth during Homeostatic Adjustments of Neurons by Khomgrit Morarach 127
15.00-15.30 Break
15.30-15.40 Preventive and Therapeutic Foods: Promoting Tamarind Kernel Consumption by Assoc. Prof. Dr. Muckdha Chitajaroenthum 128
15.40-15.50 Lipid lowering efficacy of Benjakul remedy extract in addition to simvastatin n dyslipidemia subjects by Ruchirat Kaewkumpai, Thipaporn Tharavanij and Arunporn Itharat 129
15.50-16.00 Prevalence and Outcome of Seizure related to Systemic Lupus Erythematosus by Yu-Hsuan Hu, Kuang-Hui Yu 130
16.00-16.10 ADMET Properties of Xanthone Derivatives from Mangosteen Pericarp Extract via Using Computational Technique by Songpol Limpisood, Pattarawit Rukthong and Korbtham Sathirakul 131
16.10-16.20 High-Throughtput Screening Prediction for Biopharmaceutics of Non-ionic Surfactant Using Pgp-Glo? Assay Systems by T. Kulsirirat, P. Dechwongya, P. Rukthong, B. Nimprayoon and K. Sathirakul 132
16.20-16.30 Mesenchymal Stem Cells in Human Spinal Ligaments by Baldur Kristj?nsson, Sittisak Honsawek 133

ORAL PRESENTATION
Venue: Room 107 (15.00-17.00)
Session: Humanitarian Landmine Actions
June 4, 2015 Chairman: Gen. Dr. Vasu Chanarat
Time Topic Page
15.0015.10 Overview of the Interdisciplinary Research Papers on the Humanitarian Landmine Actions by General Dr. Vasu Chanarat ls the Leftover Landmine Humanity Questing Everyone Concerning? by Major General Dr. Weera Polawat 134


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15.1015.20 Master of Arts in Interdisciplinary Management of Landmines Areas of World Humanity by Asst. Prof. Dr. Preeyanan Sittijinda 136
15.2015.30 Trat Folkway, Frontier with Landmine along the Border of Bantats Mountain Ridge by Nathawut Photaksin 137
15.3015.40 The Community Potential on Integrative Development in Thailand-Cambodia Border Stepping towards the ASEAN Community: The Case Study of Two Districts in Landmine Areas of Chanthaburi and Trat by Kanokwan Yusawai 138
15.4015.50 The Rehabilitation of Disable Persons in the Landmine Areas along the Boarders of Thailand and Cambodia by Asst. Prof. Dr. Krongtong Juliratchaneekorn 139
15.5016.00 Humanitarian Landmine Action": The Impact of Landmines on Communities along the Thailand - Cambodia Border. ASEAN Cooperation in Finding a Solution for the Problem of Delayed Clearance by Phannapa Sopchoke 140
16.0016.10 A Survey of Landmine Removal in Sample Countries by Prof. Dr. Srisakdi Charmonman 141
16.1016.20 DDPM and Better Life for Community Vulnerable to Landmine by Malanee Jindarat 142
16.2016.40 Elephant and Landmine: Current Situation in Thailand by Assoc. Prof. Siam Sriaroonmorakot 143
16.3015.40 Humanitarian Demining Operations in Thailand by Disaster Prevention and Mitigation Regional Centre 144

ORAL PRESENTATION
Venue: Room 104
Session: ASEAN Art Therapy: Interdisciplinary Approach
June 4, 2015 Chairman: Asst. Prof. Dr. Lertsiri Bovornkitti
Time Topic Page
10.30-10.40 The First ASEAN Art Therapy Conference
- Opening Address by Prof. Dr. Somsak Damronglert, Chairman of the Academy of Science and Prof. Dr. Somchai Bovornkitti, Chairman of the Health Forum
- Speakers Introduction by Asst. Prof. Dr. Lertsiri Bovornkitti, Chairman of the Conference
10.40-10.45 Remarks on Art Therapy in the Thai Vocabulary by Assoc. Prof. Asanee Chooarun, Fellow of the Royal Society of Thailand 146
10.45-10.50 Main Keynote: Interdisciplinary Art Therapy by Assoc. Prof. Nancy Slater, PhD, ATR-BC, USA
10.50-11.05 Keynote I: Art for All by Prof. Dr. Channarong Pornrungroj, Director, Office for National Education Standards and Quality Assessment 147
11.05-11.15 Keynote II: Art Therapy in the Faculty of Fine Arts, Srinakharinwirot University by Asst. Prof. Dr. Rawiwan Wanwichai, Dean of the Faculty of Fine Arts, Srinakharinwirot University 148
11.15-11.30 Keynote III: Forwarding Arts Therapy in South East Asia by Ms. Jo Kelly, President of Australia and New Zealand Arts Therapy Association 149
11.30-11.45 Keynote IV: Application of Art Therapy in Thailand by Dr. Thaweesak Sirirutraykha, Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist, Ministry of Public Health 150
11.45-12.00 Keynote V: Challenges of Child Rearing Among Working Mothers in the Philippines by Dr. Lourdes K. Samson, Dean College of Arts and Sciences, Miriam College, Philippines 151
12.00-13.00 Lunch
13.00-13.15 Keynote VI: Music Therapy in Thailand by Assoc. Prof. Dr. Bussakorn Binson, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand 152
13.15-13.30 Keynote VII: Transformation, Acknowledgment, Other: The Emergence of Art Therapy in Singapore by Prof. Ronald P.M.H. Lay, Lasalle College of Arts, Singapore 153
13.30-13.40 Invited speaker I: Creative Art Therapy Movement in Brunei Darussalam by Nur Darwisyah Hannani Binti Abdullah Yong, Ministry of Education, Brunei 154
13.40-13.50 Invited speaker II: Art Therapy in Indonesia by Dr. Dra Kusmawati Hatta, Aceh, Indonesia 155
13.50-14.00 Invited speaker III: Creative art practices in Malaysia: Past, Present and Future Movement by Dr. Azizah Binti Abdullah, Universitti Utara Malaysia 156
14.00-14.10 Invited speaker IV: Part. Participate. Partake: The Art Therapy and Community Enhancement Program in the Philippines by Assoc. Prof. Estrellita Sazon-Rito, Far Eastern University, Philippines 157
14.10-14.20 Invited speaker V: The Red Pencil Singapore and Its International Outreach by Mrs Laurence Vandenborre, Founder and Director of The Red Pencil, Singapore 158
14.20-14.50 Break
14.50-15.00 Art Therapy in Thailand by Assist. Prof. Dr. Lertsiri Bovornkitti, Srinakharinwirot University, Thailand 159
15.00-15.10 Invited speaker VI: Art Therapy in Myanmar by Dr.San Oo, Myanmar 160
15.10-15.20 Invited speaker VII : Fragrance Asssisted Therapy by Dr.Chatdanai Musigchai MD, Ministry of Public Health Thailand 161
15.20 15.30 Invited speaker VIII : The Reality of Art Therapy in Hanoi, Vietnam by Assoc. Prof. Bui Thi Thanh Mai, Vietnam University of the Arts, Vietnam 162
15.3015.40 Oral Presentation I : Creative Hub-A Community-Based Creative Approach to Mental Wellness by Jane Goh, Singapore 163
15:40 15:50 Oral Presentation II: : Examination of Positive Psychology in Art Therapy: A Case Study of a Maltreated Child in a Hospital in Singapore by Anchana Meemootti, Thailand 164
15.50 16.00 Oral Presentation III : The Effectiveness of Group Art Therapy in Alleviating Stress Among Sexual Abuse Girls 165
16.00 16.10 Oral Presentatio IV: Music Therapy Program at Siriraj Hospital by Patchawan Poopityastaporn, Mahidol University, Thailand 166
16.10 16.30 Panel Discussion and Conclusions
16.30 17.00 Signing the Memorandum of Acknowledgement on ASEAN Art Therapy Association

POSTER PRESENTATION
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1 Art Therapy on Orphans with Depression by Siraporn Maneelert and Lertsiri Bovornkitti 168
2 Art Activities Developed for Enhancing Self Esteem of Grade-Three School Orphans by Areerat Mukdamontri, Lertsiri Bovornkitti and Kanobbhorn Sangvanich 169
3 Block-shaped Toys and Visual Elements Used for Cognitive Thinking Development in Children Aged 4-5 Years by Napat Suksubsri, Lertsiri Bovornkitti and Kanobbhorn Sangvanich 170
4 The Effect of Art Activities upon Grade-I Students Happiness by Sutinee Khamrak, Lertsiri Bovornkitti and Montrira Jarupeng 171

ORAL PRESENTATION
Venue: Room 105
Session: Apitherapy, Bee Products and Apicultural Science
June 4, 2015 Morning Session Chairman: Chen Lihong(China)
                        Co-chairman : Chuleui Jung( Korea) ,and                                                       Natapot Varrit (Thailand)
Afternoon Session Chairman: Prof. Kunsuk Woo (Korea)
                            Co-chairman: Assoc. Prof. Dr. Orwan                                                           Duanghakdee (Thailand)
Time Topic Page
10.3011.00 Interdisciplinary Apitherapy treatment of Chronic Osteomyelitis Siu- Wan Ip and Yui- Chung Chang 172
11.0011.30 History, current state, problems and prospects Apitherapy Development in South Korea by Kunsuk Woo 173
11.3011.45 Chemical composition and bioactivities of bee products in Thailand Chanpen Chanchao and Siriwat Wongsiri 174
11.4512.00 Organic Beekeeping and Organic Honey in Thailand 175
12.0013.00 Lunch
13.0013.30 Apitherapy and development in China by Chen Lihong, Siriwat Wongsiri, and Wu Jie 176
13.30 13.45 Pharmacodynamic effect of bee venom on type ii collagen-induced arthritis (cis) mice model by Jie Sun, Peiying Shi, Yanru Sun, Xiaoqing Maio 177
13.45 14.00 Proteomics research of effect of bee venom on type II collagen - induced arthritis mice model by Peiying Shi, Jie Sun,Yanru Sun, Xiaoqing Maio 178
14.0014.15 The Effect of Bee Pollen and its Extract on the Treatment of Prostatic Hyperplasia by Wenchao Yang, Wei Liu, Zhenhong Wu, Yanru, Sun, Xiaoqing 179
14.15 14.30 Effects of propolis and honeysuckle compound on alloxan- induced diabetic mice by Yanru Sun, Huayan Dong, Wenchao Yang, Zenhong Wu, Xiaoqing 180
14.3014.45 Non-reproduction of the ectoparasitic mite, Tropilaelaps mercedesae Anderson & Morgan (Acari: Laelapidae), in Apis dorsata Fabricius in Thailand by Boonmee Kavinseksan 181
14.4515.00 The Annotated bee checklist of Thailand ( Hymenoptera; Apoidea) by Natapot Warrit and John S. Ascher 182
15.0015.30 Break
15.3015.45 Beekeeping in Korea: History and Contribution to Ecosystem Service by Chuleui Jung, Dongwon Kim, and Sungmin Jung 183
15.4516.00 The Beekeeping and Honey Production in the Republic of the Union of Myanmar by Hlaing MinOo and Prof Dr.Siriwat Wongsiri 184
16.00-16.15 Beekeeping in Western Thailand Creates a Invigorative Economy and Support Resilient Communities by Orawan Duangphakdee, Preecha Rodim, Nongnat Phoka, Kanteera Soontharapirakkul, Panutda Yodsang1 and Atsalek Rattanawannee 185
16.15-16.30 Traditional Asian Beekeeping Sufficiency Economy in ThailandM By Suthasinee Noptunya, Potchanat Samermit, and Prof. Dr. Siriwat Wongsiri 186

POSTER PRESENTATION
Page
1 DNA barcode Analysis of Thai- Stingless Bees by Tipwan Suppasat, Nataopt Warrit, Sureerat Deowanish and Siriwat Wongsiri 187
2 DNA barcode Analysis of Thai- Stingless Bees by Piyamas Nanork 188
3 The Apiculture of the Republic of Union of Myanmarby Hlaing MinOo and Siriwat WongsiriUniversity 189
4 Total Phenolic Content and Antioxidant Activity of Honeys from Different Floral Souces by Wicittra Daengprok and Prof.Dr. Siriwat Wongsiri 190

SYMPOSIA
Venue: Room 107 (10.30-15.00)
Session: Climate Change Adaptation
June 4, 2015 Invited Paper :
10.30 11.00 Invited Speaker :
11.00 12.00 Oral Presentation
First Announcement Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn Congress

Interdisciplinary Approach for Research and Development

3-4 June 2015
IMPACT Forum, IMPACT, Muang Thong Thani, Nonthaburi, Thailand
Organized by the Interdisciplinary Committee for Research and
Development
The Royal Society of Thailand

General Information

           H.R.H. Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn is a well-respected and well-known scholar who specializes in various disciplines and still continues to pursue Her Highness life-long learning to enhance her knowledge and skills in sustainable integrated development. Her intelligence, therefore, has served as a solid base for her subsequent involvement in numerous successful community development activities for the benefits of the country.

            The Interdisciplinary Network of the Royal Society of Thailand was established in 2004 with an aim to serve as an effective channel to coordinate research and development among academic scholars, both domestically and internationally, leading to successful cooperation under the interdisciplinary approach. On 31st May 2007, by Her grace and awareness of the importance of interdisciplinary work, H.R.H. Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn has adopted the Interdisciplinary Network of the Royal Society of Thailand under Her Royal Patronage.

            On the Auspicious Occasion of Her Royal Highness Maha Chakri Sirindhorns 5th Cycle Birthday Anniversary, the 2nd of April 2015, the Interdisciplinary Committee for Research and Development, The Royal Society of Thailand is hosting an international academic congress under the theme of Interdisciplinary Approach to Sustainable Research and Development to celebrate H.R.H. Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorns 5th Cycle Birthday Anniversary on the 2nd of April 2015 and honor Her lifelong achievements.

First Announcement

  • Call for Paper
  • Abstract Submission (30 January 2015- 30 April 2015)
  • Theme & Topics (1-9 sections as the following)
  • Important Dates (To be announced)
  • Registration: Reg.Fee $200. 00 , Students $ 50.00
  • Academic Schedule is divided into 9 sections as follows:
    1. Science, Technology and Logistics
    Co-ordinator: Prof. Dr. Srisakdi Charmonman
    2. Science, Agriculture, Natural Resources and Environment
    Co-ordinators: Prof. Dr. Piamsak Menasavet, Assoc. Wongchan Wongkaew and Dr. Monthip Sriratana Tabuganon
    3. Law and Law Enforcement
    Co-ordinators: Assoc. Prof. Dr. Puntip Sirivunnabood and Prof. Dr. Pathaichit Eagjariyakorn
    4. Economics, Politics and Government Administration
    Co-ordinators: H.E. Ambassador Kamthorn Sithtichoti Gen. Dr. Kittisak Ratanaprasert and Prof. Dr. Potchanat Samermit
    5. Education and Humanity for Human Development
    Co-ordinators: Prof. Dr. Piyanart Bunnag, Assoc. Prof. Penpan Jarernporn and Dr. Porntip Andhivarothai
    6. Health Science
    Co-ordinators: Assoc. Prof. Dr. Pleumchitt Rojanapanthu and Assoc. Prof. Dr. Korbthum Sathirakuln
    7. Invention and Innovation
    Co-ordinators: Assoc. Prof. Dr. Pleumchitt Rojanapanthu and Mr. Verasak Maiwatan
    8. Humanitarian Land Mine Action
    Co-ordinators: Gen. Dr. Vasu Chanarat and Dr. Monthip Sriratana Tabucanon
    9. ASEAN Art Therapy
    Co-ordinator: Asst. Prof. Dr. Lertsiri Bovornkitti
  • Symposia:

    1) Apitherapy, Bee Products and Apicultural Science
    Coordinators: Prof. Dr. Chen Lihong, Prof. Dr. Kunsuk Woo and Asst. Prof. Dr. Orawan Duangphakdee

    2) Climate Change
    Coordinator: Dr. Monthip Sriratana Tabucanon

Contact Persons:
Academic Chairman:
Prof. Dr. Siriwat Wongsiri Committee Member of the Academy of Science The Royal Society of Thailand
siriwat.w@chula.ac.th

Secretary: Assoc. Prof. Sayam Aroonsrimorakot
Dr. Kornkanok Sarapirom
Dr. Sukanya Sereenonchai
Dr. Benjamin Schulte
Mr. Clifford Smart
Mr. Awin Ananbanchachai
Inrit2015@gmail.com



Second Announcement
Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn Congress

Interdisciplinary Approach to Sustainable Research and DEVELOPMENT

3-4 June 2015
IMPACT Forum, IMPACT, Muang Thong Thani, Nonthaburi, Thailand
Organized by the Interdisciplinary Committee for Research and Development
The Royal Society of Thailand

    The Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn Congress, the first International Congress in the interdisciplinary approach in Thailand, will be hosted by the Interdisciplinary Committee for Research and Development of the Royal Society of Thailand, from 3 to 4 June 2015 at the IMPACT Forum, IMPACT, Muang Thong Thani, Nonthaburi, Thailand.

OBJECTIVES

  • To celebrate on the Auspicious Occasion of Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorns 5th Cycle Birthday Anniversary 2nd April 2015.
  • To pay tribute to Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorns lifelong achievements in various academic, research and development areas.
  • To promote public awareness on the interdisciplinary approach.
  • To promote the establishment of interdisciplinary network among local and international academicians and researchers.

THEME:Interdisciplinary Approach to Sustainable Research and Development.


TOPICS OF INTEREST

Interdisciplinary activities are activities that involve interaction among two or more disciplines. The global problems are now more complicated and required either directly or indirectly the interdisciplinary management approach to meet global challenges and development. The topics of interest in the Congress are the following 9 disciplines:

Contect Person

Academic Chairman: Prof. Dr. Siriwat Wongsiri Committee Member of the Academy of Science The Royal Society of Thailand
siriwat.w@chula.ac.th

Secretary: Assoc. Prof. Sayam Aroonsrimorakot
Dr. Kornkanok Sarapirom
Dr. Sukanya Sereenonchai
Mr. Clifford Smart
Dr. Benjamin Shulte
Mr. Awin Ananbanchachai
Inrit2015@gmail.com

Venue

  IMPACT Forum, IMPACT, Muang Thong Thani, Nonthaburi, Thailand
Email : H8059-RE@accor.com
Ph.No. (+66)2/8334888

Recommended Hotel

    Novotel Hotel, Muang Thong Thani.
Email : H8059-RE@accor.com
Ph.No. (+66)2/8334888

Congress Fee: USD 200, Student USD 50

Please Transfer Your Congress Fee Through the Following Account:
Please transfer your Congress Fee through the following Account: A/C No. 401-112844-7Bank:The Siam Commercial Bank Public Company Limited (SCB)Ҥ¾ҳԪӡѴ(Ҫ)
Branch: Siam Commercial Bank Bureau of the Royal Household Sub Branch (Sanam Suea Pa)(Code: SICOTHBX5031)ҢӹѡҪѧ(ʹͻ)
A/C name: Interdisciplinary Foundation for Research and Development ͺѭŹԸԷҡ͡ԨоѲ
Registration Form PDF
Registration Form WORD Please register your participation through e-mail at inrit2015@gmail.com and enclose a payin slip of the Congress Fee with your email or Fax to No. +662 939 7589 (Special Discount of 20% (USD 160, Student USD 40) will be offered to those who make the early bird registration by 20 April 2015)

Paper Submission

    Important Date

Abstract submission deadline:
30
April
2015
Notification of acceptance:
6
May
2015
Final paper due:
(not more than 3,000 words or about 5 pages.)
30
May
2015

Certificattes

      Certificates will bepresented to
      -Authors
      -Session Chairs
      -Participants

For More Information

Please visit www.inrit-2015.com



CALL FOR PAPER
Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn Congress
Interdisciplinary Approach to Sustainable Research and Development
3-4 June 2015
IMPACT Forum, IMPACT, Muang Thong Thani, Nonthaburi, Thailand
Organized by the Interdisciplinary Committee for Research and Development
The Royal Society of Thailand

The Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn Congress, the first International Congress in the interdisciplinary approach in Thailand, will be hosted by the Interdisciplinary Committee for Research and Development of the Royal Society of Thailand, from 3 to 4 June 2015 at the IMPACT Forum, IMPACT, Muang Thong Thani, Nonthaburi, Thailand.

Objectives

1. To celebrate on the Auspicious Occasion of Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorns 5th Cycle Birthday Anniversary 2nd April 2015.
2. To pay tribute to Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorns lifelong achievements in various academic, research and development areas.
3. To promote public awareness on the interdisciplinary approach.
4. To promote the establishment of interdisciplinary network among local and international academicians and researchers.

TOPICS OF INTEREST

Interdisciplinary activities are activities that involve interaction among two or more disciplines. The global problems are now more complicated and required either directly or indirectly the interdisciplinary management approach to meet global challenges and development. The topics of interest in the Congress are the following 9 disciplines:

ABSTRACT AND PAPER DETAILS

Abstract and paper must include in the main body of the document a title, names and affiliations of all authors. We also require a postal address, telephone number and email address for at least one contact author. The font must be Times New Roman. Only the title must be in 24 pts. font and centered. The names and affiliations of all authors (including the details of the contact author) must be in 12 pts. font and centered. The rest of the text must be in 12 pts. and justified in two columns. Follow the below link for an example:http://www.elearningAP.com/eLAP2010/formatofpaper.htm

Abstracts and papers should state clearly:

(1)  
The main objectives of the paper.
(2)  
The key issues, conversations and/or literature that the paper will address or draw upon, as well as disciplines involved.
(3)  
The nature of any data, case-study material, reviews of literature, etc.
(4)  
What has been found from analysis of data, etc.
(5)  
The intended/actual contributions of the paper to knowledge and practice in the field of Interdisciplinary Research and Development.

Abstracts and Papers should be submitted

By e-mail attachment to:
     Assoc. Prof. Sayam Aroonsrimorakot
     Dr. Sukanya Sereenonchai
     Dr. Kornkanok Sarapirom
     Dr. Benjamin Shulte
     Mr. Awin Ananbanchachai
     E-mail: inrit2015@gmail.com

IMPORTANT DATES

Abstract submission deadline: 30 April 2015
Notification of acceptance: 6 May 2015
Final paper due: 30 May 2015
(not more than 3,000 words or about 5 pages.)

PUBLICATION OF PAPERS

1) Abstracts of all accepted papers will be published either in the e-form or printed form.
2) Selected papers will be included in the Proceedings of Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn Congress Interdisciplinary Approach to Sustainable Research and Development to be published by Interdisciplinary Network of the Royal Society of Thailand (Application for ISSN is in process).
3) If the author wishes, a page charge may be paid to have the paper published in either the Regular Issue or the Special Issue (only one and not both) of the International Journal of the Computer, the Internet and Management (IJCIM), ISSN 0858-7027, which can be found in www.ijcim.th.org, with Impact Factor 5.49 from Index Copernicus Journal Master List and is listed in the database of Thai-Journal Citation Index.

FOR MORE INFORMATION

Please visit www.INRIT-2015.com
In addition, email may be sent to:
     Academic Chairman of the Organizing Committee
     Prof. Dr. Siriwat Wongsiri
     E-mail: siriwat.w@chula.ac.th
     SecretaryAssoc. Prof. Sayam Aroonsrimorakot
     Dr. Kornkanok Sarapirom
     Dr. Benjamin Shulte
     Mr. Clifford Smart
     Mr. Awin Ananbanchachai
     E-mail: inrit2015@gmail.com



Schedule of The Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn Congress
Interdisciplinary Approach to Sustainable Research and Development
3-4 June 2015
IMPACT Forum, IMPACT, Muang Thong Thani, Nonthaburi, Thailand
Organized by the Interdisciplinary Committee for Research and Development The Royal Society of Thailand

Wednesday 3 June 2015

08:00 09:00  
Registration
09:00 10:00  
Introductory Speech on "The Celebrations on the Auspicious Occasion of Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorns 5th Cycle Birthday Anniversary, 2nd April 2015" delivered by H.E. M.L. Panadda Disakul, Minister Attached to the Prime Ministers Office
10:00 10:30  
Break
10:30 12:00  
Honorary Panel on "H.R.H. Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorns Works on Interdisciplinary Approach" by
Prof. Dr.Vishnu Krua-ngam, Deputy Prime Minister
Prof. Dr. Khunying Sumontha Prombun
Prof. Dr. Alfred Leidig (Hohenheim University, Germany)
Prof. Dr. Piyanart Bunnag
Moderator: Prof. Dr. Siriwat Wongsiri
12:00 13:00  
Lunch.
13:00 14:00  
Speech on "ASEAN Education in the Next Decade" by Assoc. Prof. Dr. Seri Wongmontha.
14.00 - 15.30  
Break and prepare for the arrival of H.R.H. Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn.
15:30 - 16.00  
Opening Ceremony
H.R.H. Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn arrives at IMPACT Forum, Muang Thong Thani, Nonthaburi
 
President of the Royal Society of Thailand presents schedule, books and gifts to H.R.H. Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhon.
 
President of the Royal Society of Thailand delivers citation on H.R.H. Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn.
 
Prime Minister presents Honorary Interdisciplinary Medal to H.R.H. Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn, the only one and first recipient of the Medal in recognition to Her untiring efforts to promote interdisciplinary approach in various fields of national social and economic development.
 
Special Thai Classical Dance to bless H.R.H. Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn and Special Honorary Song to Celebrate H.R.H. Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn as the first and only recipient of the Honorary Interdisciplinary Medal.
 
Chairman of the Interdisciplinary Committee for Research and Development of the Royal Society of Thailand and Chairman of the Interdisciplinary Foundation for Research and Development reports on the activities of the Committee and Foundation.
 
MC. calls upon 15 guests of honor to be received in audience and presents souvenirs to Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn.
 
MC. calls upon 30 sponsors to be received in audience and receive token of appreciations from H.R.H. Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn.
 
H.R.H. Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn declares the Congress open.
 
H.R.H. Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn graciously grants an audience to the Members of the Congress Committee and Guests of Honor to take the group photos. (6 Groups)
 
H.R.H. Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn signs the visitors book.
 
H.R.H. Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn proceeds to the Exhibition Site.
 
H.R.H. Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn formally opens and tours the Exhibition.
 
H.R.H. Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn departs.
16:00 17:00  
Keynote Speech on "Interdisciplinary Approach in ASEAN Development" by H.E. Dr. Surin Pitsuwan, Former ASEAN Secretary-General.
17.00 - 17.30  
Speech on "When to Start Education for a Child: Interdisciplinary Approach" by Prof. Sripasit Boonvisut, M.D.
18:00 - 20.00  
Welcome Reception hosted by the Royal Society of Thailand.
 
Welcoming Speech by Chairman of the Organizing Committee.
Thai classical performance

Thursday 4 June 2015

08:00 09:00  
Registration.
09:00 10:00  
Keynote Speech on Interdisciplinary Approach: EU & ASEAN Academic Collaboration by Prof. Dr. B.M. Rode and Prof. Dr. Koch (TBC)
10:00 - 10:30  
Break

All participants proceed to auditorium for their selected topics.

10:30 12:00  
Parallel Sessions :
1. Science, Technology, and Logistics
Co-ordinator: Prof. Dr. Srisakdi Charmonman
2. Science, Agriculture, Natural Resource and Environment
Co-ordinators: Prof. Dr. Paimsak Menasavet
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Wongchan Wongkaew
Dr. Monthip Sriratana Tabuganon
3. Law and Law Enforcement
Co-ordinators: Assoc. Prof. Dr. Puntip Sirivunnabood Prof. Dr. Pathaichit Eagjariyakorn
4. Economics, Politics and Government Administration
Co-ordinators: H.E. Ambassador Kamthorn Sithtichoti
Gen. Dr. Kittisak Ratanaprasert
Prof. Dr. Potchanart Samermit
5. Education and Humanity for Human Development
Co-ordinators: Prof. Dr. Piyanart Bunnag
Assoc. Prof. Penpan Jarernporn
Dr. Porntip Andhivarothai
6. Health Science
Co-ordinators:Assoc. Prof. Dr. Pleumchitt Rojanapanthu
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Korbthum Sathirakul
7. Invention and Innovation
Co-ordinators: Assoc. Prof. Dr. Pleumchitt Rojanapanthu
Mr. Verasak Maiwatan
8. Humanitarian Land Mine Actions
Co-ordinators: Gen. Dr. Vasu Chanarat
Dr. Monthip Sriratana Tabucanon
9. ASEAN Art Therapy: Interdisciplinary Approach
Co-ordinator: Asst. Prof. Dr. Lertsiri Bovornkitti Symposia:
1) Apitherapy, Bee Products, and Apicultural Science

Co-ordinators: Prof. Dr. Chen Lihong
Prof. Dr. Kunsuk Woo
Asst. Prof. Dr. Orawan Duangphakdee
2) Climate Change

Co-ordinators: Dr. Monthip Srirattana Tabucanon
12:00 13:00  
Lunch.
13:00 14:30  
Symposium (continue)
14:30 15:00  
Break.
15:00 16:00  
Symposium (continue)
16:00 17:00  
Closing Ceremony and presentation of prizes for the best articles.

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