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									                                        CONTENTS
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Introduction                                                             3
Academic Programs                                                        4
        Doctor of Philosophy                                             5
        (Energy Technology/Environmental Technology)
        Master of Philosophy                                              6
        (Energy Technology/Environmental Technology)
        Master of Science                                                 7
        (Energy Technology/Environmental Technology)
        Master of Engineering/Master of Science                          8
        (Energy Technology & Management)
        Master of Engineering/Master of Science                           9
        (Environmental Technology & Management)
Tuition Fees                                                             12
Rules and Regulations                                                    12
        Enrolment
        Course Addition
        Course Withdrawal
        Credit Transfer and Exemption
        Transfering to a Partner University
        Grading System
        Semester Leave
        Retaining Student Status
        Extension of Study Period
        Payment of Registration Fees for Students on JGSEE Scholarship
        Penalty for Teminating the Study
Examinations                                                             15
        Seminar
        Special Studies
        Thesis Proposal
        Comprehensive Examination
        Qualifying Examination
        Thesis Progress Examination
        Thesis Defence Examination
Graduation Requirements                                                  19
        Earning Credits
        Publication of Research Results
        English Language Proficiency
        Submitting Evidence for Graduation
Publication Authorship Policies                                          22
Financial Support                                                        24
Academic Support Facilities                                              24
        Laboratories
        Library
        Computing Facilities and Internet Access
        Support for International students
        Frequently Used Forms
Research Areas                                                           26
Academic Staff                                                           29
Course Description                                                       40
Telephone Directory                                                      54




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                                      INTRODUCTION
The Joint Graduate School of Energy and Environment (JGSEE) is an autonomous graduate school
instituted under the jurisdiction of the Council of the King Mongkut‟s University of Technology
Thonburi. It was established in 1998 with the support of the Energy Conservation Promotion Fund,
Ministry of Energy, and the Higher Education Development Project (HEDP) of the Commission on
Higher Education (CHE), Ministry of Education. The school aims to strengthen postgraduate education
and research in the field of energy and environment for supporting Thailand‟s economic competitiveness.

The School is the implementation unit of a consortium involving:

    ■   King Mongkut‟s University of Technology Thonburi (KMUTT) as the lead institution,
    ■   King Mongkut‟s Institute of Technology North Bangkok (KMITNB),
    ■   Chiang Mai University (CMU),
    ■   Prince of Songkhla University (PSU) and
    ■   Sirindhorn International Institute of Technology of Thammasart University (SIIT- TU), as
        partners.

        JGSEE‟s vision is to be an internationally recognized premier centre in graduate
education and research in the fields of energy and environmental technologies.

        The mission of JGSEE is to provide high quality graduate education and training, conduct high
quality research and provide technical services, with a view to meeting societal needs for the
development and deployment of efficient, economical and sustainable energy services while protecting
the environment.

         The purpose of this Hand Book is to provide students with as much information as possible in
order to facilitate the orderly progression of their studies. However, not all information can be contained
or fully explained in a book of this size. Therefore students are encouraged to contact relevant school
officers or staff to clarify any aspects that may be in doubt.




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                                     ACADEMIC PROGRAMS
    JGSEE offers the following international graduate programs:
        ■ Research-based programs leading to the degrees of Master of Science (M.Sc), Master of
          Philosophy (M.Phil) and Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D) in the fields of Energy Technology and
          Environmental Technology.
        ■ Professional-oriented programs leading to the degree of Master of Engineering (M.Eng) or
          Master of Science (M.Sc) in the fields of Energy Technology and Management and
          Environmental Technology and Management.
    The normal duration of the programs are 2 years for masters and 3 years for Ph.D.
    All students are required to enrol for their first semester of study at JGSEE on KMUTT campus, and the
    remaining semesters may be spent at any one of the partner institutions (consortium). In the latter case,
    the students may have their credits earned at JGSEE transfered to a corresponding program of a partner
    institution.

    The number of credits required for each program are listed below.
                                                                                Number of Credits Required
                            Degree                                                                         Research
                                                             Compulsory Elective     Thesis   Internship              Total
                                                                                                            study
1. Doctor of Philosophy
                                                                 7          6          42          -          -        55
   (Energy Technology/Environmental Technology)
2. Master of Philosophy
                                                                 7          6          27          -          -        40
   (Energy Technology/Environmental Technology)
3. Master of Science
                                                                10          9          21          -          -        40
   (Energy Technology/Environmental Technology)
4. Master of Engineering/Master of Science (Plan A)
                                                                21          9          12          -          -        42
   (Energy Technology & Management)
   Master of Engineering/Master of Science (Plan B)
                                                                21          9           -         6           6        42
   (Energy Technology & Management)
5. Master of Engineering/Master of Science (Plan A)
                                                                18         12          12          -                   42
   (Environmental Technology & Management)
   Master of Engineering/Master of Science (Plan B)
                                                                18         12           -         6           6        42
   (Environmental Technology & Management)



The Objectives

■           To educate advanced level engineers and scientists equipped with a mix of fundamental knowledge
            in energy and environmental technology as wall as management, analytical skills and
            communication skills in English, and a professional orientation.
■           To nurture future energy and environmental engineers and scientists with a sound appreciation of
            the potential impacts on the environment due to energy production and use.
■           To contribute to the body of knowledge and solutions of challenging energy related environmental
            problems in industry or at governmental level.




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1)    Doctor of Philosophy Program
     (Energy Technology or Environmental Technology)
                                         Structure
     Total program credits                                           55
     Program Component
             A. Compulsory Course                                     7 credits
             B. Elective Courses                                      6 credits
             C. Thesis                                               42 credits

     A. Compulsory courses                                            7 credits
     JEE 613 Research Methodology                                     3   credits
     JEE 607 Optimization Techniques                                  3   credits or
     JEE 606 Mathematical Techniques                                  3   credits
     JEE 701 Seminar for Ph.D (Energy Technology)                     1   credit or
     JEE 711 Seminar for Ph.D (Environmental Technology)              1   credit
     B. Elective courses                                              6   credits
     Elective As recommended by advisor                               3   credits
     Elective As recommended by advisor                               3   credits
     C. Thesis                                                       42   credits
     JEE 702 Dissertation for Ph.D (Energy Technology)               42 credits or
     JEE 712 Dissertation for Ph.D (Environmental Technology)        42 credits

                                           Study Plan
     Semester 1
     JEE 607 Optimization Techniques                                  3   (3-0-9) or
     JEE 606 Mathematical Techniques                                  3   (3-0-9)
     JEE 613 Research Methodology                                     3   (3-0-9)
     JEE 701 Seminar for Ph.D (Energy Technology)                     1   (0-3-3) or
     JEE 711 Seminar for Ph.D (Environmental Technology)              1   (0-3-3)
     XXX      Elective                                                3   (3-0-9)
     XXX      Elective                                                3   (3-0-9)
              Total                                                  13
     Semester 2
     JEE 702 Dissertation for Ph.D (Energy Technology )               9 (0-0-27) or
     JEE 712 Dissertation for Ph.D (Environmental Technology)         9 (0-0-27)
              Total                                                   9
     Semester 3
     JEE 702 Dissertation for Ph.D (Energy Technology )               9 (0-0-27) or
     JEE 712 Dissertation for Ph.D (Environmental Technology)         9 (0-0-27)
              Total                                                   9
     Semester 4
     JEE 702 Dissertation for Ph.D (Energy Technology )               9 (0-0-27) or
     JEE 712 Dissertation for Ph.D (Environmental Technology)         9 (0-0-27)
              Total                                                   9
     Semester 5
     JEE 702 Dissertation for Ph.D (Energy Technology)                9 (0-0-27) or
     JEE 712 Dissertation for Ph.D (Environmental Technology)         9 (0-0-27)
              Total                                                   9
     Semester 6
     JEE 702 Dissertation for Ph.D (Energy Technology)                6 (0-0-18) or
     JEE 712 Dissertation for Ph.D (Environmental Technology)         6 (0-0-18)
              Total                                                   6

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2)   Master of Philosophy Program
     (Energy Technology or Environmental Technology)
                                          Structure
     Total program credits                                             40
     Program Component
             A. Compulsory Course                                       7 credits
             B. Elective Courses                                        6 credits
             C. Thesis                                                 27 credits

     A. Compulsory courses                                             7 credits
     JEE 613   Research Methodology                                    3    credits
     JEE 606   Mathematical Techniques                                 3    credits or
     JEE 607   Optimization Techniques                                 3    credits
     JEE 601   Seminar for M.Phil (Energy Technology)                  1    credit or
     JEE 611   Seminar for M.Phil (Environmental Technology)           1    credit
     B. Elective courses                                               6 credits
     Elective As recommended by advisor                                3 credits
     Elective As recommended by advisor                                3 credits
     C. Thesis                                                        27 credits
     JEE 602 Dissertation for M.Phil (Energy Technology )             27 credits
     JEE 612 Dissertation for M.Phil (Environmental Technology)       27 credits

                                            Study Plan
     Semester 1
     JEE 607   Optimization Techniques                                  3   (3-0-9) or
     JEE 606   Mathematical Techniques                                  3   (3-0-9)
     JEE 613   Research Methodology                                     3   (3-0-9)
     JEE 601   Seminar for M.Phil (Energy Technology)                   1   (0-3-3) or
     JEE 611   Seminar for M.Phil (Environmental Technology)            1   (0-3-3)
     XXX       Elective                                                 3   (3-0-9)
     XXX       Elective                                                 3   (3-0-9)
               Total                                                  13
     Semester 2
     JEE 602 Dissertation for M.Phil (Energy Technology)               9 (0-0-27) or
     JEE 612 Dissertation for M.Phil (Environmental Technology)        9 (0-0-27)
             Total                                                     9
     Semester 3
     JEE 602 Dissertation for M.Phil (Energy Technology)               9 (0-0-27) or
     JEE 612 Dissertation for M.Phil (Environmental Technology)        9 (0-0-27)
             Total                                                     9
     Semester 4
     JEE 602 Dissertation for M.Phil (Energy Technology)               9 (0-0-27) or
     JEE 612 Dissertation for M.Phil (Environmental Technology)        9 (0-0-27)
             Total                                                     9




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3)   Master of Science Program
     (Energy Technology or Environmental Technology)
                                           Structure
      Total program credits                                             40
      Program Component
             A. Compulsory Course                                       10 credits
             B. Elective Courses                                         9 credits
             C. Thesis                                                  21 credits

      A. Compulsory courses                                             10 credits
      JEE 613   Research Methodology                                     3   credits
      JEE 606   Mathematical Techniques                                  3   credits or
      JEE 607   Optimization Techniques                                  3   credits
      JEE 621   Energy Economics                                         3   credits
      JEE 601   Seminar for M.Sc (Energy Technology)                     1   credit or
      JEE 611   Seminar for M.Sc (Environmental Technology)              1   credit
      B. Elective courses                                                9   credits
      Elective As recommended by advisor                                 3   credits
      Elective As recommended by advisor                                 3   credits
      Elective As recommended by advisor                                 3   credits
      C. Thesis                                                         21 credits
      JEE 609 Dissertation for M.Sc (Energy Technology)                 21 credits or
      JEE 615 Dissertation for M.Sc (Environmental Technology)          21 credits

                                              Study Plan
      Semester 1
      JEE 606   Mathematical techniques                                  3   (3-0-9) or
      JEE 607   Optimization Techniques                                  3   (3-0-9)
      JEE 613   Research Methodology                                     3   (3-0-9)
      JEE 621   Energy Economics                                         3   (3-0-9)
      JEE 601   Seminar for Master (Energy Technology)                   1   (0-3-3)
      XXX       Elective                                                 3   (3-0-9)
                Total                                                   13
      Semester 2
      JEE 609   Dissertation for M.Sc (Energy Technology)                3   (0-0-9) or
      JEE 615   Dissertation for M.Sc (Environmental Technology)         3   (0-0-9)
      XXX       Elective                                                 3   (3-0-9)
      XXX       Elective                                                 3   (3-0-9)
                Total                                                    9
      Semester 3
      JEE 609 Dissertation for M.Sc (Energy Technology)                  9 (0-0-27) or
      JEE 615 Dissertation for M.Sc (Environmental Technology)           9 (0-0-27)
              Total                                                      9
      Semester 4
      JEE 609 Dissertation for M.Sc (Energy Technology)                  9 (0-0-27) or
      JEE 615 Dissertation for M.Sc (Environmental Technology)           9 (0-0-27)
              Total                                                      9




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4)   Master of Engineering/Master of Science Program
     (Energy Technology and Management)
                                            Structure
     Total program credits                                                      42
     Program Component
            A. Compulsory Course                                                21 credits
            B. Elective Courses
               1.Technology -oriented course                                     3   credits
               2. Management-oriented course                                     3   credits
               3. Other elective                                                 3   credits
            C.(Plan A): Thesis                                                  12   credits
              (Plan B): Internship                                               6   credits
                        Research Study                                           6   credits

     A. Compulsory courses                                                      21   credits
     JEE 614 Research Methodology                                                2   credits
     JEE 623 Energy and Environmental Economics and Policy                       3   credits
     JEE 624 Energy and Environmental Management and Planning                    3   credits
     JEE 632 Project Implementation and Control                                  1   credit
     JEE 642 Fuels and Combustion                                                3   credits
     JEE 643 Energy System Analysis and Engineering                              3   credits
     JEE 655 Energy Technology                                                   2   credits
     JEE 667 Environmental Pollution Control Technology                          3   credits
     JEE 601 Seminar for M.Eng/M.Sc (Energy Technology & Management)             1   credit
     B. Elective courses
         1. Technology-oriented courses                                          6 credits
               (At least one course must be selected from the following list)
     JEE 608 Computational Fluid Dynamics                                        3   credits
     JEE 644 Power Plant Engineering                                             3   credits
     JEE 645 Clean Technologies for Solid Fuels                                  3   credits
     JEE 646 Advanced Transport Phenomena                                        3   credits
     JEE 652 Natural Gas Utilization Technologies                                3   credits
     JEE 659 Energy from Biomass                                                 3   credits
     JEE 656 Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Technologies                                 3   credits
     JEE 657 Catalytic Processes and Reaction Engineering                        3   credits
     JEE 658 Renewable Energy Technologies                                       3   credits
     JEE 703 Selected Topics in Energy and Environment 1                         3   credits
     JEE 713 Selected Topics in Energy and Environment 2                         3   credits
         2. Management-oriented courses                                          3   credits
              (At least one course must be selected from the following list)
     JEE 631 Project Management                                                  3   credits
     JEE 633 Energy Management in Industry                                       3   credits
     JEE 634 Energy Management in Buildings                                      3   credits
     JEE 635 Energy Management in Transportation                                 3   credits
          3. Elective                                                            3 credits
     Elective As recommended by advisor                                          3 credits
     C.
     Plan A
     JEE 610 Thesis (Energy Technology & Management)                            12 credits
     Plan B
     JEE 616 Internship                                                          6 credits or
     JEE 617 International Internship                                            6 credits
     JEE 618 Research study                                                      6 credits


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                                    Study Plan
Semester 1
JEE 601 Seminar for M.Eng/M.Sc (Energy Technology & Management)    1   (1-0-2)
JEE 614 Research Methodology                                       2   (2-0-4)
JEE 623 Energy and Environmental Economics and Policy              3   (3-0-6)
JEE 624 Energy and Environmental Management and Planning           3   (3-0-6)
JEE 632 Project Implementation and Control                         1   (1-0-2)
JEE 655 Energy Technology                                          2   (2-0-6)
JEE 667 Environmental Pollution Control Technology                 3   (3-0-6)
         Total                                                    15
Semester 2
JEE 642 Fuels and Combustion                                       3   (3-0-6)
JEE 643 Energy System Analysis and Engineering                     3   (3-0-6)
XXX      Technology -oriented Course                               3   (3-0-6)
XXX      Management -oriented Course                               3   (3-0-6)
XXX      Elective (As recommended by advisor)                      3   (3-0-6)
         Total                                                    15
Semester 3
                                      Plan A
JEE 610 Thesis (Energy Technology & Management)                    6 (0-0-18)
                                          Plan B
JEE 616 Internship                                                 6 (0-0-18) or
JEE 617 International Internship                                   6 (0-0-18)
         Total                                                     6

Semester 4
                                      Plan A
JEE 610 Thesis (Energy Technology & Management)                    6 (0-0-18)
                                      Plan B
JEE 618 Research study                                             6 (0-0-18)
         Total                                                     6




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5)   Master of Engineering/Master of Science Program
     (Environmental Technology and Management)
                                            Structure
     Total program credits                                                       42
     Program Component
            A. Compulsory Course                                                 18 credits
            B. Elective Courses
                1.Technology-oriented course                                      3 credits
               2. Management-oriented course                                      3 credits
               3. Other elective                                                  6 credits
            C.
               (Plan A): Thesis                                                  12 credits
               (Plan B): Internship                                               6 credits
                        Research Study                                            6 credits
     A. Compulsory courses                                                 15         credits
     JEE 614 Research Methodology                                           2         credits
     JEE 623 Energy and Environmental Economics and Policy                  3         credits
     JEE 624 Energy and Environmental Management and Planning               3         credits
     JEE 632 Project Implementation and Control                             1         credit
     JEE 655 Energy Technology                                              2         credits
     JEE 667 Environmental Pollution Control Technology                     3         credits
     JEE 611 Seminar for M.Eng/M.Sc (Environmental Technology & Management) 1         credit
        1. Compulsory courses                                                     3 credits
             (At least one course must be selected from the following list)
     JEE 666 Atmospheric Science                                                  3   credits
     JEE 687 Biogeochemistry                                                      3   credits
     JEE 671 Life Cycle Assessment                                                3   credits
     JEE 686 Biotechnology for Energy and Environment                             3   credits
     B. Elective courses
         1. Technology-oriented courses                                           9 credits
               (At least one course must be selected from the following list)
     JEE 654 Sustainable Bio-energy Technologies                                  3   credits
     JEE 661 Atmospheric Boundary Layer Science                                   3   credits
     JEE 662 Atmospheric Dynamics                                                 3   credits
     JEE 668 Air Pollution Control                                                3   credits
     JEE 664 Air Pollution Modeling                                               3   credits
     JEE 665 Environmental Modeling                                               3   credits
     JEE 673 Waste Treatment Technology                                           3   credits
     JEE 684 GIS and Remote Sensing                                               3   credits
     JEE 685 Climate Change and the Ecosystem                                     3   credits
     JEE 686 Biotechnology for Energy and Environment                             3   credits
     JEE 691 Climate Change Policy                                                3   credits
     JEE 703 Selected Topics in Energy and Environment 1                          3   credits
     JEE 713 Selected Topics in Energy and Environment 2                          3   credits
         2. Management -oriented courses                                          3   credits
               (At least one course must be selected from the following list )
     JEE 631 Project Management                                                   3   credits
     JEE 682 Environmental and Health Risk Assessment                             3   credits
     JEE 692 Urban Environmental Management                                       3   credits
     JEE 693 Environmental Auditing and Management in Industry                    3   credits
         3. Elective courses                                                      6   credits
     Elective As recommended by advisor                                           3   credits
     Elective As recommended by advisor                                           3   credits


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 C.
 Plan A
 JEE 620 Thesis (Environmental Technology & Management)                   12 credits
 Plan B
 JEE 616 Internship                                                        6 credits or
 JEE 617 International Internship                                          6 credits
 JEE 618 Research study                                                    6 credits

                                      Study Plan
 Semester 1
 JEE 611    Seminar for M.Eng/M.Sc (Environmental Technology & Management) 1   (1-0-2)
 JEE 614    Research Methodology                                           2   (2-0-4)
 JEE 623    Energy and Environmental Economics and Policy                  3   (3-0-6)
 JEE 624    Energy and Environmental Management and Planning               3   (3-0-6)
 JEE 632    Project Implementation and Control                             1   (1-0-2)
 JEE 655    Energy Technology                                              2   (2-0-6)
 JEE 667    Environmental Pollution Control Technology                     3   (3-0-6)
             Total                                                       15
Semester 2
JEE 666    Atmospheric Science                                            3    (3-0-6) or
JEE 671    Life Cycle Assessment                                          3    (3-0-6) or
JEE 686    Biotechnology for Energy and Environment                       3    (3-0-6) or
JEE 687    Biogeochemistry                                                3    (3-0-6)
XXX        Technology-oriented Courses                                    3    (3-0-6)
XXX        Management-oriented Courses                                    3    (3-0-6)
XXX        Elective (As recommended by advisor)                           3    (3-0-6)
XXX        Elective (As recommended by advisor)                           3    (3-0-6)
           Total                                                         15
Semester 3
                                       Plan A
JEE 620 Thesis (Environmental Technology & Management)                    6 (0-0-18)
                                            Plan B
JEE 616 Internship                                                         6 (0-0-18) or
JEE 617 International Internship                                           6 (0-0-18)
        Total                                                              6

Semester 4
                                       Plan A
JEE 620 Thesis (Environmental Technology & Management)                    6 (0-0-18)
                                            Plan B
JEE 618     Research study                                                 6 (0-0-18)
            Total                                                          6




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                                         TUITION FEES
The following fee schedules apply for all students.

        ■    School Fee : 30,000 Baht per semester
        ■    Tuition Fee : 3,000 Baht per credit

For students attending specific subjects at other approved universities or additional English tutorial class,
The rate of the school offering the course applies.


                             RULES AND REGULATIONS
Enrolment
A student must enroll according to the School‟s Academic calendar and follow the enrolment
procedures.
A student is required to enroll for a minimum of 6 credits but no more than 15 credits in each semester.
Course enrolment must be approved by the thesis supervisor. A student who cannot enroll within the
scheduled period is required to file an application for late enrolment giving an appropriate reason that is
endorsed by the thesis supervisor and submit it to the Division Chairperson. After obtaining such an
approval, the student must enroll within one month; otherwise his/her student status will be revoked.
All students are required to enroll and pay tuition and school fees except those who are awarded type 1
or type 2 scholarships.

Note: For the recipients of type 1 and 2 scholarships who have been transfered to either one of the 5
universities it is not necessary to come to the School for enrolment. They may submit the enrolment
forms to the school via registered mail.

Late Enrolment
    A fine of 50 Baht/day applies for the following cases :
    1. Late enrolment
    2. Late application for maintenance of student status
    3. Late payment of each category of fees

Course addition
With the consent of the advisor, course addition is permissible within 3 weeks after the commencement
of semester.

Course withdrawal
With the consent of the thesis advisor, course withdrawal will result in one of the following cases:
    1. If a course is withdrawn within 7 weeks after the commencement of semester, the course is not
       recorded in the transcript of records.
    2. If a course is withdrawn after 7 weeks, the course is recorded with a “U” (Unsatisfactory) grade.

Credit transfer and exemption
Students may be exempted from attending compulsory courses in case there is documentary evidence
that equivalent competencies/learning outcomes have been formally achieved in other courses of study
either at KMUTT or other universities. The grade of the equivalent subjects must be B+ or higher. It is
advised that the application be lodged within 2 weeks after commencement of the course. Credit transfer
application form (AS 05) can be obtained from the Academic Services or downloaded from JGSEE‟s
website.




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Transfering to a Partner University
There are two methods in which a student, having completed the first semester at JGSEE, may be
transferred to a university that is a partner of the JGSEE consortium to continue the study. “Method I” is
used when the partner university has a compatible academic program that is accredited by the
Professorial Board of JGSEE, while “method II” is employed in case the partner university does not have
a compatible program. With method I, the student can have all the credits earned at JGSEE transferred to
the corresponding program of the partner university and continue to complete the study there in
conformity with the rules and regulation of that university. As for method II, the student continues to be
registered as a JGSEE student while under-taking the studies at the partner university, and eventually
obtain a KMUTT degree, at the completion of the study.
      To date, the programs that are accredited by the Professorial Board as being compatible to
JGSEE‟s research-based programs for the purposes of credit transfer are the following:
        ■ Chiang Mai University(CMU):
                1. Doctor of Engineering in Electrical Engineering (Type 1)
                2. Doctor of Engineering in Mechanical Engineering (Type 1)
                3. Master of Engineering in Electrical Engineering (A(1))
                4. Master of Engineering in Mechanical Engineering (A(1))
                5. Master of Engineering in Environmental Engineering (A(1))
        ■ Prince of Songkhla University (PSU):
                1. Doctor of Engineering in Chemical Engineering (Type 1, 2)
                2. Doctor of Philosophy in Biotechnology (International Program) (Type 1, 2)
                3. Doctor of Philosophy Program in Biotechnology (Type 1, 2)
                3. Master of Engineering in Chemical Engineering (Type 1)
                4. Master of Engineering in Mechanical Engineering (Type 1)
                5. Master of Science in Biotechnology (International Program) (Type 1, 2)
        ■ Sirindhorn International Institute of Technology of Thammasart University (SIIT-TU):
                1. Doctor of Philosophy in Engineering or Technology
                2. Master of Science in Engineering or Technology
        ■ King Mongkut‟s Institute of Technology North Bangkok (KMITNB):
                1. Doctor of Philosophy in Mechanical Engineering (Type 1(2))
                2. Doctor of Philosophy in Mechanical Engineering (Type 2(2))
        Students who wishes to transfer to a partner university are strongly advised to contact the
        Academic Services well in advance for further information, so that the transfer procedure can be
        completed smoothly.
        Note: Number of thesis credits required for graduation at the partner university must comply
        with the requirement of JGSEE programs.

Grading system
The grading system of JGSEE consists of only 2 types, namely, ‘S’ for satisfactory and ‘U’ for
unsatisfactory. The passing mark in normally 75%.

Semester leave
A student can apply for one semester leave at a time, but no more than two semester in the entire course
duration. This must be approved by the Executive Board on condition that the student has an appropriate
reason, for example, illness, conscription, etc. A student who is permitted to take a leave before
registration must pay a fee for maintaining his/her student status.
A leave during a semester will result in no grades and credits for the registered subjects.




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Retaining student status
A student must pay a fee amounting to 10 % of the School fee for maintaining the student status, if
he/she has successfully defended the thesis, but has yet to meet other graduation requirements such as
publication and English language proficiency test.

Extension of study period
A student can extend his/her study on the recommendation of the supervisor in case he/she is unable to
complete the course within 5 years. The action must be taken in the last semester of the 5th year and
must be approved by the Executive Board. The permission for extension is considered on a semester-by-
semester basis, and is granted only when it can be shown clearly that the student has definite potential to
graduate.

Payment of registration fees for recipients on JGSEE scholarship
The guidelines contained herein are intended for those students who have been awarded full or partial
scholarships by the School. The purpose of the guideline is to avoid registration-fee payment
complications that may arise following student failures in an enrolled course (s) and/or thesis credit(s).

    1. This guideline applies to both present and new students, local or international, whose tuition fees
       are covered by JGSEE scholarship.
    2. The School shall pay for the students, as per the Scholarship Contract, the registration fees of the
       courses and/or thesis credits that are enrolled in each semester.
    3. For any course failed or thesis credit not earned in a semester, the student shall be responsible for
       the payment of the registration fees of that course, or the thesis credit not earned in subsequent
       semester(s).
    4. In case of course withdrawal or concurrent course addition and withdrawal, the student shall be
       responsible for the payment of the registration fees of the withdrawn course in subsequent
       semester(s). The registration fee paid for a withdrawn course is considered a default and may
       not be reclaimed, or used for the payment of a course added.


Penalty for Terminating the study
JGSEE scholarships are awarded to students with the purpose of encouraging the recipients to work
diligently until the completion of the program. Therefore in case a JGSEE scholarship recipient fails to
complete the program of study for reasons other than those that are beyond his/her control, such as
accidents or severe health problems, he/she must repay the school the amount of scholarship disbursed in
full. The school also reserves the right to withdraw the scholarship at any stage of the study, if the
recipient is found to have performed badly in study or have unacceptable behavior, with the consequence
that the student must repay the scholarship.




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                                    EXAMINATIONS
1. Seminar
  Objective
  The objective of the course is to enhance students‟ capabilities in: the reading of technical papers,
  extracting and analyzing technical data and information, identifying and summarizing crucial
  information, as well as writing technical paper and including oral presentations in English.
  The course is assumed to resemble a conference. The student is required to initially submit an
  abstract, followed by the full paper in the required format of the 'conference proceedings' and to
  finally present his/her paper in front of the class. Failure to meet any of the deadlines will result in
  the course being graded “unsatisfactory” or “U”.

  Paper Format
  The student has to produce a review style paper, based upon the student's own review of
  international scientific papers and other suitable references in English. The topic of the review is the
  student's choice but should ideally be based on one from the list of suggested topics provided at the
  beginning of the course by the seminar.
  There is no minimum number of references required, but the student will specifically be assessed on
  the suitability of their references (both number and quality) used to conduct the review.
  An abstract for the paper, not exceeding 150 words, must be submitted by the student within the
  deadline given by the seminar advisor.
  The paper must not exceed six A-4 pages in length (including figures and tables, etc.) and must
  conform to the specified format (see separate sheet).
  Two copies of the paper must be submitted in the form of a report, including the student's paper and
  copies of the principal papers used as references (where this is suitable). The report must be
  submitted within the deadline, given by the seminar advisor.

  Oral Presentation
  The student must make an oral presentation of his/her paper on the specified date. The presentation
  should not exceed 20 minutes and should ideally proceed for at least 15 minutes. The student should
  make good use of audio-visual aids.
  No later than Monday before the presentation, the student must submit (i) a complete copy of the
  paper, (ii) a short biographical note and (iii) an advice of the presentation.

  Assessment

  The student will be assessed on both the paper and the presentation, and is expected to attain a
  satisfactory standard in both in order to pass the course. The paper and presentation will be assessed
  on the following points:

  a. Paper (assessed by the advisor and one other member of the JGSEE academic staff)
      ■ Format (Division into sections with subheadings, paragraphing, definition of symbols,
        layout of equations, units of measure, references, tables and figures, etc.)
      ■ Title and Abstract (Can the contents and main points in the paper be seen clearly from the
        title and the abstract?)
      ■ Introduction and Background Information
      ■ Main text (Selection and logical organization of material.)
      ■ Analysis and Conclusions
      ■ Readability and Style (Is the English language satisfactory? Is the original text or the
        significant part copied from text written by other authors?)




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   b. Presentation (assessed by the advisor and other attending academic staff)
       ■ Contents of Presentation (Importance of topic, materials selected, logical organization)
       ■ Visual Slides/Overheads (Readability, labeling of diagrams, definition of symbols, units of
         measure, acknowledgement of sources.)
       ■ Oral Presentation (Clarity of speech, speed and timing, highlighting of key ideas.)
       ■ Answering Questions (Understanding of questions, appropriateness and describing answers.)
       ■ Overall Impression (Understanding of fundamentals, evaluation of presented materials,
         application in relevant areas.)
       The student is also expected to attend the introductory presentations, the student presentations
       and other invited presentations. A poor attendance may result in the student‟s performance in the
       course being assessed as unsatisfactory.


2. Special Studies
Special Study is an elective subject for both master and doctoral programs. There are three types of
Special Study as follows:
   JEE603 Special Study I              is for students who are required to attend a specific lectured
                                       subject prescribed by the thesis supervisor. This subject may be
                                       offered in English or in Thai in any one of the collaborating
                                       universities, or in any other institutions approved by JGSEE.

   JEE604 Special Study II             is for students who are required to make a study on a prescribed
                                       subject related to thesis topic, under supervision of the thesis
                                       supervisor. The study may involve: a situation review, data
                                       collection and data analysis as well as a critical survey in certain
                                       topics, in order to provide clarity for the thesis framework.

   JEE605 Special Study III            is for students who are required to make an analysis or conduct
                                       experiments on certain approved task, under supervision of the
                                       thesis supervisor. The objective is to upgrade the student's
                                       analytical or experimental skills in order to facilitate the thesis
                                       undertaking. Each project should be completed within one
                                       semester.
   Examination
   To complete the study, the student is required to make a report on the results of his/ her
   investigation, and attend an oral examination prescribed by the School. An examination committee
   set up by the School will appraise the student‟s performance, which will be based on study rationale,
   objectives, methodology and results. The oral examinations may also be attended by other interested
   persons.

   Procedures
   a. A special study topic form should be completed and submitted to the Academic Services for
      approval within the fourth week following the commencement of semester. The student needs to
      contact his/her special study advisor for assistance in filling the form.
   b. After completing the study, three copies of the report are required for distribution to the
      examination committee. The student is required to fill in the request of examination form to
      notify the intention to take the examination no later than two weeks prior to the examination
      date.
   c. In case correction of the report is needed, it must be completed within one month and be
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3. Thesis Proposal
  a. The student must submit thesis Proposal Form (AS-10) to the Academic Services with in the
     period specified in the JGSEE Academic Calendar.
  b. M.Eng, M.Sc and M.Phil thesis proposals and thesis advisory committee members must be
     approved by the Executive Board.
  c. Ph.D thesis proposals and thesis advisory committee members must be approved by the
     Professorial Board.


4. Comprehensive Examination
  a. Only Ph.D students are required to take this examination in the semester in which the thesis is
       enrolled for the first time.
  b. The examination is intended to evaluate the student‟s ability in analysis, synthesis of
     information, identifying important issues and making comments, which are important elements
     in problem solving and foundations to his/her thesis work.
  c. The examination may be either a written paper or oral presentation, and must be in English.
  d. The student must express his intention to take the examination by attaching the technical papers
     to the respective division at least 4 weeks before the examination date. The student must prepare
     copies of the report for each committee member and submit then to the respective Division
     office.
  e. All members of the thesis advisory committee are requested to be present at this examination.
  f. In case a student fails the examination, he/she has only one more chance to take a re-examination.
      Failing the examination twice automatically results in his/her student status being revoked.


5. Qualifying Examination
  a. This examination is required for both Master and Doctoral students and must be taken per the
     Academic Calendar, The language used is English.
  b. The student is required to take this examination in the semester that he/she registers thesis study
     for the first time. It is imperative that he/she passes the examination before proceeding the thesis
     work. The examination is intended to evaluate the student‟s readiness to undertake the proposed
     thesis work, which must be original. The work should indicate some initiative, which may lead
     to new concept, approach or new findings.
  c. For a Ph.D student, the examination must be taken after the comprehensive examination. The
     student may be allowed to take this examination on the same day as the comprehensive
     examination.
  d. A student must express his intention to take the examination by submitting the thesis proposal
     report to the respective Division at least 4 weeks before the examination date. The student must
     prepare copies of the report for each committee member and submit them to the respective
     Division Office.
  e. In case a student fails the examination, he/she has only one more chance to take a re-
     examination. Failing the examination twice automatically results in the student‟s status being
     revolved. For the student who is unable to take a re-examination in the same semester, no credits
     will be awarded in that semester. The student is then required to pass the re-examination in the
     following semester.
  f.   All members of the thesis advisory committee are requested to be present at this examination. If
       the chairman is not available at schedule period, the examination must be held prior to the
       scheduled period. Late examinations are permitted only for students facing an unforeseen
       hardship or emergency. The student is required to fill in the application for late examination with
       an appropriate reason that is endorsed by thesis supervisor and submit it to the Division
       Chairperson before the examination date. The application will be passed to the Division
       Chairperson and the Executive Board for approval.

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6. Thesis Progress Examination
  a. This examination is required for all students taking a thesis study. The examination is held
      according to the schedule set out in the Academic calendar, and the language used is English.
  b. The examination is intended to evaluate the student‟s performance for that semester and the
     number of credits that he/she will earn for that semester will be based on that performance.
  c. The student must express his intention to take the examination by attaching the thesis progress
     report to the respective Division, at least 2 weeks before the examination date. The student must
     prepare copies of the report for each committee member and submit them to the respective
     Division Office.
  d. All members of the thesis advisory committee are required to be present at this examination.
     Late examination is permitted in case there is a compelling reason and must be taken no latter
     than one week beyond the original schedule. The student is required to fill in the application
     form for late examination with the endorsement of his/her advisor and submit it to the Division
     Chairperson for approval before the examination date. Failure to take a scheduled examination
     will result in grade "U" being given for thesis performance and may also affect the eligibility
     for continued scholarship support.
  e. In case a thesis advisory committee member is unable to assess the student on the examination
     date, the Division will arrange to have a one-on-one examination by attaching that particular
     member prior to the scheduled examination date.


7. Thesis Defence Examination
  a. This examination is required for a student completing his/ her research work.
  b. Students wishing to qualify for graduation in any particular semester must have this examination,
     which is oral, held before the enrolment date of the following semester.
  c. The student must express his/her intention to take the examination with a draft of completed
     thesis report submitted to the respective Division at least 4 weeks before the examination date.
     The decision to allow the student to take the defence examination rests with the thesis advisor,
     who will also have to receive a copy of the report 4 weeks before the examination date. The
     student must prepare copies of the report for each committee member including the external
     examiner and submit to the respective Division Office.
  d. All members of the thesis advisory committee including the external examiner are requested to
     be present at the examination. In case the external examiner resides outside Thailand and is
     unable to be present at the scheduled examination, the draft thesis will be sent to the examiner by
     the school. The student however must submit the draft thesis 8 weeks in advance so that the
     evaluation report could reach the school before the examination date.
  e. Following the defence examination, the student is required to make all the corrections requested
     by the examining committee and submit the revised thesis report to the Division within 30 days.
     However, in case of major revisions, the examining committee may recommend to the school to
     have the submission deadline extended, but must not be more than 60 days from the date of
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                         GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS
To qualify for graduation, students must fulfill the following requirements:

1. Earning Credits
    For the award of all degrees, students are required to pass all subjects with grade “S” (Satisfactory).
    The total number of credits for each program are as follows,

    M.Phil               (Energy Technology/Environmental Technology)                       40        credits
    M.Sc                 (Energy Technology/Environmental Technology)                       40        credits
    M.Eng/M.Sc           (Energy Technology & Management)                                   42        credits
    M.Eng/M.Sc           (Environmental Technology & Management)                            42        credits
    Ph.D.                (Energy Technology/Environmental Technology)                       55        credits


2. Publications of Research Results
    Before being awarded a degree, students need to have their research work published in recognized
    national or international journals, or their equivalent.
    The minimum number of published papers are as follows:
    Ph.D
    Energy Technology/Environmental Technology:                Two international journal papers and
                                                               one international conference proceedings
    M.Phil
    Energy Technology/Environmental Technology:                One international journal paper , or
                                                               equivalent (see note below)
    M.Sc
    Energy Technology/Environmental Technology:                One national journal paper
    M.Eng / M.Sc
    Energy Technology & Management                  Plan A: One national journal paper or one
                                                            international conference paper
    Environmental Technology & Management           Plan B: Report on internship and research study,
                                                            plus oral examination

Publication Equivalence:
An international journal paper may be substituted by two national journal paper or one national journal
paper plus one international conference paper. The journals or conferences must be those endorsed by the
Professorial Board. For Ph.D candidates, at least one paper must be published in an international journal
listed in the Science Citation Idex.
Students are strongly recommended to study carefully the types of journals and conference proceedings
that are recognized by the Professorial Board, and they must provide all necessary evidence to facilitate
the approval process of the school. In particular, the student should note the following:
   (1) International Journal Papers
       ■ The student is required to attach the full paper and the acceptance-for-publication letter form
            the journal (if the paper has not yet been published) when submitting the “Request for
            Graduation Form”
       ■ In case the journal is not listed in the citation index (see information on JGSEE Library
            Website), attach a copy of the page containing the Editorial Board Members.
   (2) National Journal Papers
       ■ The student is required to attach the full paper and the “acceptance-for-publication” letter
            from the journal (if the paper has not yet been published), when submitting the Request for
            Graduation Form.
       ■ Paper published in journals other than those listed in below will not be accepted as National
            Journal papers.
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   (3) International Conference Proceedings
       ■ The student is required to attach the full paper and the copy of the pages containing the
           names of the conference organizing committee and the technical committee when submitting
           the Request for Graduation Form.
     Failure to submit all required evidence may result in delays in the graduation approval process.

Approved National Journals:
The following locally published journals are recognized by the school‟s Professorial Board as being
acceptable for the purpose of meeting the School‟s publication requirements for graduation.

   1. ASEAN Journal of Energy and Environment (AJEE)
   2. ASEAN Journal on Science and Technology for Development
   3. Science Asia
   4. Thai Journal of Agricultural Science
   5. Thammasat International Journal of Science and Technology
   6. KMUTT Research and Development Journal
   7. Songklanakarin Journal of Science and Technology
   8. Songklanakarin Journal of Social Science and Humanities
   9. Journal of the National Research Council of Thailand
   10. The Kasetsart Journal Natural Science
   11. Research and Development Journal of the Engineering Institute of Thailand
   Note: Before submitting a research paper for publication, students are advised to read the School‟s
   „Publication Authorship Policy‟ carefully


3. English Language Proficiency
   All students are expected to reach before graduation, an acceptable level of proficiency in English by
   passing one of the following tests and meet the specified standard.

                                                                        Minimum Score
                        Type of Test
                                                                Master                Ph.D

    1. IELTS                                                      5.5                  6.0

    2. TOEFL                                                      500                  530
       (CBT)                                                      173                  197
    3. Thammasat University Graduate English Test
                                                                  520                  550
       (TU-GET)
    4. Test of English for Graduate Study of Chiang
                                                                  65%                  70%
       Mai University (TEGS)
    5. Prince of Songkla University Graduate
                                                                  72%                   *
       English Test (PSU-GET)
    6. Prince of Songkla University English
                                                                   *                   64%
       Proficiency Test




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   Alternatively, the students may choose to enroll and pass in one of the following approved remedial
   courses:

         1. LNG601 Foundation English for International Programs offered by King Mongkut‟s
            University of Technology Thonburi (KMUTT).

         2. Intensive Course by Chiang Mai University.
   Note: Applicants who do not meet the above requirements when applying to study at JGSEE are
   required to take a placement test administered by the School. Those who score 76% or above are
   deemed to have met the above requirements. Those who score between 50 – 75% will be asked to
   take one of the above approved remedial courses. Those who scor below 50% will not be permitted
   to enroll as a new student.


4. Submitting Evidence for Graduation
   A student who has fulfilled all the requirements for graduation must proceed as follows:
   1. Fill in the “Application for Graduation Form” and submit it to JGSEE‟s Academic Services.
   2. Attach all of the items listed below:
       2.1       Publications (full paper in hard copy)
       2.2       Evidence proving English proficiency
       2.3       Thesis abstract
       2.4       An inside cover of the thesis comprising the signatures of all thesis examining members
   All the evidence submitted will be checked by an authorized officer of the Academic Services. If
   found sufficient, the student‟s request for graduation will then be forwarded to higher authorities for
   approval, namely the School‟s Executive Board, the Professorial Board and the Board of Trustees,
   respectively. In the event that the request is finally approved, the date when the student has
   submitted all the required evidence to the Academic Services is deemed the official date of
   graduation, and the student is required to submit a completed Graduate Registration form (G.09) to
   the University Registrar via the School‟s Academic Services.
   Note: Graduating students must have returned all borrowed items such as advanced payments,
   equipment, measuring instruments, or books, to the School before the G.09 form can be obtained.




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                  PUBLICATION AUTHORSHIP POLICIES
                           Endorsed by Professorial Board: April 8, 2005
The following policies are intended to apply to publications involving authors, both staff and students,
that are affiliated with the JGSEE.

1. Authorship - A person claiming authorship of a scholarly publication must have met the following
    criteria:
    a. Substantial participation in conception and design of the study, or in analysis and interpretation of
        data;
    b. Substantial participation in the drafting of the manuscript or in the substantive editing of the
       manuscript;
    c. Final approval of the version of the manuscript to be published;
    d. Ability to explain and defend the study in public or scholarly settings.
2. Acknowledgment - Contributions that do not justify authorship should be acknowledged separately
   in the notes to the manuscript. These may include general supervision of a research group,
   assistance in obtaining funding, or technical support.
3. Undeserved Authorship - A claim of authorship by, or assignment of authorship to, persons who
   may have been associated in some way with a study but do not meet the four criteria in item 1 may
   constitute an unethical research practice. Such undeserved authorship should not be expected or
   awarded.
4. Graduate Student Authorship – A graduate student whose thesis research is the major source of
   material for a publication should have first authorship, and the project advisor should be a later
   author. If some material from the thesis is used in a review paper, proposal, progress or final report
   written by the project advisor, a reference to the material‟s origin is sufficient. The graduate student
   should not expect joint authorship in this case.
5. Senior Authors/Project Advisor - The senior author has special responsibilities when it comes to
   publications.
    a. If portions of a students thesis material are used by the project advisor in a review paper, prior to
       the original publication of the thesis work, the advisor must be sure that publication of the
       material does not jeopardize the subsequent publication of the thesis related material.
    b. The senior author/project advisor has the responsibility to help the authors involved in a
       publication to agree upon the order of authorship among the study participants. As projects
       proceed, agreements regarding authorship may need to be changed. It is the responsibility of the
       senior author to assure that the contributions of all study participants are properly recognized.
    c. The senior author/project director is generally listed as the “Corresponding Author” on papers
       submitted for publication. The responsibility for being corresponding author may be assigned to
       another appropriate individual by the senior author. The corresponding author needs to be
       relatively easy to locate, contact and communicate with before, during and after the publication
       of the paper.
6. Disputes Over Authorship - Disagreements over authorship, e.g. who has a right to be an author or
   the order of authorship, should be resolved by the Senior Author in collegial consultation with the
   other authors. When this process cannot reach resolution, the Senior Author should arrange for
   arbitration by the Executive Board of the School, who may in turn refer the case to the Professorial
   Board, if necessary, for final resolution of the dispute. During the arbitration process all the authors
   are expected to refrain from unilateral actions that may damage the authorship interests and rights of
   the other authors.
7. Accountability - Every author listed on a publication is presumed to have read and approved the
   final version of the manuscript. Each author is responsible for the integrity of the research being
   reported.




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Ethical Responsibilities of Authors
Many societies that publish technical journals have a specific set of ethical guidelines for authors. Below
are some general guidelines, to which authors must adhere.
1. Plagiarism - A submitted manuscript shall not contain plagiarized material or falsified research data.
   Plagiarism is commonly defined as the use or presentation of the ideas or words of another person
   from an existing source without appropriate acknowledgment to that source.
2. Submitting to Multiple Journals - To ensure that a manuscript is submitted for publication in only
   one journal at a time, it is not acceptable for an author to submit a manuscript (or manuscripts
   describing essentially the same matter) to more than one journal at a time. A manuscript may be
   resubmitted to another journal after it has been rejected for or withdrawn from publication.
3. Previously Published Results – Publication of technical results must be original, not previously
   published results.

    a. A manuscript which is a full paper report of a published communication may be submitted for
       publication. Some journals publish in a brief form the preliminary or early results for particularly
       interesting research as a communication or preliminary communication. Authors of such
       communications are expected to follow this preliminary publication with a full paper describing
       the research. The author has the responsibility to inform the editor of the previously published
       communication that a full paper describing the research is being submitted.

    b. Issuance in a scientific journal, in a book offered for public distribution, in a serial issued by a
       commercial publishing company, or in a widely available governmental document are all
       regarded as publication. Reports distributed to very limited and defined distribution lists may not
       constitute publication.

    c. Papers that are presented at conferences and appear in conference proceedings and distributed to
       participants of the symposium are not regarded as published. Hence, this allows the full paper to
       also be submitted to a journal for publication and wider distribution.

    d. Scientific results have come to be printed and distributed by such varied means that it has
       become necessary to define as accurately as possible what constitutes prior publication.
       Electronic posting of preprints to services that provide or purport to provide archiving and the
       ability to cite a specific location for the paper constitutes publication. If the preprint is removed
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                                 FINANACIAL SUPPORT
One of the aims of JGSEE is to produce high quality research work. To this end, funds are made
available to all students as thesis expenses starting from the first semester that the students enroll for
their thesis study. The maximum a mount of funding for each program is set below:
        M.Sc :           135, 000         baht
        M.Phil :         175, 000         baht         for Energy Technology/Environmental Technology
        Ph.D :           290, 000         baht         programs

An appropriate amount of funds will also be made available for research in other programs.

A number of scholarships are also available for students with appropriate qualifications. A scholarship
that include monthly stipend and tuition/school fees may be awarded to a student who has a prominent
academic record and shows high potential for accomplishment. Partial scholarships are also available for
those who have very good academic records. This latter type of scholarship may include the support for
all the fees, or either school fee or tuition fee. The scholarship recipients are selected by a panel on the
basis of academic records and financial need. A scholarship recipient‟s academic progress is reviewed at
the end of each semester to determine the recipient‟s eligibility for continued support.

Note: After passing the Thesis Examination‟ scholarship students must submit 2 copies of the
Examination Report and Financial Report to the Academic Services to qualify for continued support in
thesis expense and/or scholarship in the following semester.


                       ACADEMIC SUPPORT FACILITIES
The following study and research support facilities are located at JGSEE on the KMUTT campus. For
students who carry out their research work at other universities that are the consortium member of
JGSEE , facilities will also be available at the respective university.

Laboratories
The laboratories of the school are equipped with advanced facilities for thesis studies in The fields of
energy and environment . The facilities have been acquired with substantial funding support by Higher
Education Development Project (HEDP) or commonly known as the “ADB Loan project” and of The
Energy Conservation Promotion Fund of The Ministry of Energy.

Library
The School library is a dedicated library for the field of energy and environment. It is located on the third
floor of the School building. It holds specialized books, journals, research reports, etc. The library also
has a computerized search system to assist students in locating information sources. The library opens
from Monday to Friday, between 08.30-12.00 hrs. and 13.00-17.00 hrs. Furthermore, students are also
encouraged to borrow other range of materials from KMUTT‟s main library and other libraries,
particularly the on-campus Technical Information Services, through an interlibrary loan service. Please
ask the librarian for more details.

Computing Facilities and Internet Access
JGSEE has its own computing facilities and Internet access. JGSEE provides students access to
electronic mail, the World Wide Web, as well as facilities to enable students to work at their own pace,
utilizing computers. The computer room is located on the 5th floor of the school building.

English Tutorial
To assist JGSEE students in improving their English language skills, an English tutorial course is
offered. More details can be obtained by contacting Academic Services.




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Entry Visa for International Students
International students who need to obtain or extend the entry visa are advised to contact the Academic
Services at least 15 days before the visa expires, with a copy of passport on pages: 1. personal details,
and 2. visa expiry date.

Frequently Used Forms
            The forms that are frequently used by students for various purposes are listed below.

                                     Type of Forms                                  Codes
            1. Application Form                                                     AS 01
            2. Curriculum Vitae (CV)                                                AS 02
            3. Course Registration Form                                             AS 03
            4. Change Of Registration Form                                          AS 04
            5. Credit Transfer Application                                          AS 05
            6. Status Retention Form                                                AS 06
            7. General Consideration Form                                           AS 07
            8. Seminar Proposal Form                                                AS 08
            9. Modify/Change Dissertation Proposal Form                             AS 09
            10. Dissertation Proposal Form                                          AS 10
            11. Special Study Form I                                                AS 11
            12. Special Study Form II                                               AS 12
            13. Special Study Form III                                              AS 13
            14. Request For Examinations Form                                       AS 14
            15. Report Submission Form                                              AS 15
            16. Application to Postpone Examinations                                AS 16
            17. Thesis Progress & Thesis Fund Evaluation                            AS 17
            18. Application For Graduate Consideration                              AS 18


    Note: All application forms may be downloaded from the JGSEE web site




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                                    RESEARCH AREAS
A wide range of R & D topics are being pursued by the core and affiliated academic staff of JGSEE.
However, focused research groups have been formed so that they may deliver R & D results with greater
impact to the economic and society. A brief description of the focused R & D areas is given below.

1. Fuels, Combustion and Emission Control
The goal is to produce R&D results that may lead to improvements and innovation in the design and
operation of combustion related processes and equipment for the conversion of conventional and
alternative fuels to clean energy. There are three main areas of the focuses: liquid and gas fuels
combustion, solid fuels preparation and combustion, and emission characterization and control.
         Gas combustion study include spray characterization and combustion of biodiesel, the
          development of non-spray liquid fuel burner based on porous-media augmented combustion
          technology, image-based active combustion control for gas burners, development of new
          concept boiler based on cyclic flow reversal combustion technology.
         Solid fuels study is focused around the pre-processing of coal, waste and biomass for heat and
          power generation, and the optimization of the co-firing of coal and biomass or waste and the
          gasification process, as well as waste incineration.
         Studies on emission characterization and control include the development of databases for
          gaseous and particulate emission from the combustion of different fuels, determination of
          emission factors for greenhouse gas and particulate matter, and optimization of flue gas
          treatment process.

Contact person: Asst.Prof.Dr.Pumyos Vallikul
                 e-mail: pyy@kmitnb.ac.th
or               Dr.Suneerat Pipatmanomai
                 e-mail: suneerat_p@jgsee.kmutt.ac.th

2. Micro hydropower
The aim is to develop reliable and economical micro hydropower technology to harness the abundant
hydro energy resources with least environmental and social impact.
There are two main R&D themes: the development of small hydro turbines and the study of socio-
environmental impacts. On hydro turbines, the initial focus is on the design and manufacture of axial
flow turbines, generators, switching and control systems with an aim to maximize the use of locally
available materials.
The socio-environmental impact study focuses on the assessment of Thailand‟s technically, economically
and environmentally feasible small hydropower sites, assessment of the socio-environment impacts and
conflict resolution. The type of micro hydropower systems of interest include run-of-river, energy
recovery from dam over-flow and irrigation dams.

Contact person: Dr.Rudklao Pan-aram
                 e-mail: radklao@it.egat.or.th
or               Asst.Prof.Dr.Udomkiat Nontakaew
                 e-mail: unk@kmitnb.ac.th

3. Biodiesel Production
Biodiesel is a fuel derived from vegetable oils or fats through transesterification process. The resulting
akyl ester can be used as replacement, blend, or additive to petroleum diesel. The goal of this research
area is to develop biodiesel production and utilization technologies that are appropriate to Thai feed
stock, particularly palm oil and used vegetable oil. The R & D themes covered are:

         Biodiesel production process development
         Development of bio-based byproducts from biodiesel production
         Biodiesel property characterization for engine applications
         Engine performance evaluation using biodiesel as fuel

Contact person: Assoc.Prof.Gumpon Prateepchaikul
                e-mail: pgumpon@ratree.psu.ac.th
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4. Hydrogen and Fuel Cells
The goal is to undertake studies of hydrogen production and fuel cell development in order to strengthen
the national capability and promote self-reliance in these technologies. The focused areas are: hydrogen
production from natural gas and biomass, and fuel cell development. The themes for hydrogen
production include catalyst formulation, reformer design, and fuel selection; while the themes for fuel
cell development are the preparation of electro-catalyst, the development of cell components, and the
improvements of MEA, membrane and bipolar plate. The type of fuel cells investigated include MCFC,
PEMFC and SOFC.

Contact Person: Dr.Navadol Laosiripojana
                 e-mail: navadol_l@jgsee.kmutt.ac.th

5. Energy Management in Buildings
The goal is to enhance energy efficiency in residential and commercial buildings. The main areas of
study include: system optimization of existing and new buildings with respect to building envelope
design and building facilities design and operation; the use of alternative energy such as natural gas
based combine heat/cooling and power and solar assisted cooling; development and application of design
tools for integrated system modulation and optimization.

Contact Person: Dr.Pattana Rugkwamsook
                 e-mail: pattana.rug@kmutt.ac.th

6. Atmospheric Science and Modeling
The objective is to provide scientific knowledge and data enabling: (1) the evaluation of local and
regional air quality and its impacts, as well as its implications on climate change and, (2) assessment of
the potential atmosphere-related energy sources such as solar and wind energy. The research themes
include air quality monitoring and modeling particularly from power generation, transportation, and open
burning; noise pollution modeling; oceanic modeling; climate modeling; and implications of air pollution
on climate change.

Contact Person: Asst.Prof.Dr.Savitri Garivait
                 e-mail : savitri_g@jgsee.kmutt.ac.th

7. Climate Change and Carbon Cycle
The goal is to develop and promote scientific understanding and databases to support decision making on
issues related to climate change. There are three areas of focus:

         Understanding the science of climate change, involving greenhouse gas sinks and sources
          inventory, and carbon sequestration and agro-ecosystem.
         Impact and vulnerability assessment and measures for adaptation, covering the natural
          ecosystem, agro-ecosystem, forest and coastal zones.
         Development of mitigation options and policy, including investigations on mitigation
          technologies and greenhouse gas reduction mechanisms such as the Clean Development
          Mechanism (CDM).

Contact Person: Asst.Prof.Dr.Amnat Chidthaisong
                 e-mail : amnat_c@jgsee.kmutt.ac.th
or               Assoc.Prof.Dr.Sirintornthep Towprayoon
                 e-mail: sirin@jgsee.kmutt.ac.th




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8. Biotechnology for Energy and Environment
The goal is to use advanced biotechnology for the benefit of energy conversion and environmental
control. There are three focused areas:

         Bioconversion of biomass and wastes to bio-energy, with emphasis on improving anaerobic
          digestion process, the development of biohydrogen processes and microbial fuel cells, and the
          production of liquid biofuels.
         Microbial, toxicity and product monitoring, involving microbial diversity analysis, study of
          biosensors, and the development of postgenomics and systems biology.
         Improvement of treatment and utilization technologies related to energy conversion, such as
          phytoremediation, bioremediation, and waste utilization.

Contact Person: Dr.Srisuda Dhamwichukorn
                 e-mail: srisuda@jgsee.kmutt.ac.th

9. Environmental Management
The purpose is to provide R&D results that would support energy and environmental related decision-
making bodies in moving towards the goals of sustainable development in the area of energy production,
use, and conservation. Emphasis is given on evaluating energy systems in a life cycle perspective,
including power production and energy use in building and transportation, as well as the development of
monitoring and evaluation tools for sustainable development.

Contact Person: Asst.Prof.Dr.Shabbir H. Gheewala
                 e-mail: Shabbir_g@jgsee.kmutt.ac.th

10. Energy and Environment Policy
Energy and environmental policy study aims to support decision making and planning at the national
level in four areas:
          Investigation of energy supply by considering the environmental impact, cogeneration
           technology, energy chain analysis, and social impact and acceptance.
          Promotion of increased use of renewable energy including biofuels, distributed generation, and
           social adaptation.
          Study of policy issues related to the promotion of energy efficiency in various sectors,
           including building, industry and transport.
          Policies for pollution control and environment protection and the assessment of mitigation
           options.

Contact Person: Asst.Prof.Dr.Chumnong Sorapipatana
                 e-mail: chumnong@jgsee.kmutt.ac.th
or               Prof.Dr.-Ing Christoph Menke
                 e-mail: menke@jgsee.kmutt.ac.th




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                                           ACADEMIC STAFF
      Academic activities are undertaken at the Joint Graduate School of Energy and Environment, as well as
      in the five collaborating universities. The list below shows the academic staff, their qualifications, and
      fields of interest. Intending students who are interested in pursuing research in any particular area listed
      should contact the staff concerned or consult the Division Chairpersons.


1. Core academic staff at JGSEE
No.                            Name                                                     Field of Expertise
  1   Asst. Prof. Dr.     Amnat Chidthaisong                         - Carbon cycle
                          Ph.D (Mie, Japan)                          - Greenhouse gas biogeochemistry
                          amnat_c@jgsee.kmutt.ac.th                  - Climate Change

  2   Assoc. Prof. Dr.    Bundit Fungtammasan                        - Combustion of lignite, wastes, and biofuels
                          Ph.D (UNSW, Australia
                          director@jgsee.kmutt.ac.th
                          bundit@jgsee.kmutt.ac.th

  3   Prof. Dr.           Christoph Menke                            - Energy technology: renewable energy and energy
                          Dr. Ing. (T.U.Braunschweig,Germany)          efficiency
                          menke@jgsee.kmutt.ac.th                    - Climate change issues: analysis of mitigation option
                                                                     - Energy policy: policy, planning and energy
                                                                       Management issues

  4   Asst. Prof. Dr.     Chumnong Sorapipatana                      - Energy and environmental policy
                          D.Eng (AIT)                                - Demand side management and energy conservation
                          chumnong@jgsee.kmutt.ac.th                 - Renewable energy resource utilization and
                                                                       Promotion policy
                                                                     - Green house mitigation in power generation and
                                                                       Energy utilization
                                                                     - Technology management

  5   Dr.                 Nakorn Worasuwannarak                      - Coal Science and Technology
                          Dr. Eng. (Kyoto, Japan)                    - Biomass utilization
                          nakorn_w@jgsee.kmutt.ac.th                 - Solid fuel characterization

  6   Dr.                 Navadol Laosiripojana                      - Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Technology
                          Ph.D (Imperial College, London)            - Applied Catalysis
                          navadol_l@jgsee.kmutt.ac.th                - Energy from Biogas

  7   Assoc. Prof. Dr.    Prungchan Wongwises                        - Numerical Analysis
                          Dr. rer.nat (T.U.Karlsruhe, Germany)       - Atmospheric & oceanic modeling
                          prungchan.won@kmutt.ac.th                  - Air pollution modeling
                                                                     - Computational Mathematics

  8   Prof. Dr.           R. H. B. Exell                             - Solar regenerated dehumidification for air
                          D.Phil (Oxford, UK)                          conditioning
                          exell@jgsee.kmutt.ac.th                    - Modeling solar energy photovoltaic systems
                                                                     - Redox flow electric batteries using vanadium

  9   Asst. Prof. Dr.     Savitri Garivait                           - Air pollution chemistry
                          Ph.D (Paris VII, France)                   - Environment physics
                          savitri_g@jgsee.kmutt.ac.th                - Waste as fuel

 10   Dr.                 Sebastein Bonnet                           - Waste management
                          Ph.D (Lincon, UK)                          - Water Quality Control
                          sebastein@jgsee.kmutt.ac.th                - Treatment of wastewater and drinking water

 11   Asst. Prof. Dr.     Shabbir H. Gheewala                        - Ecodesign of buildings
                          D.Eng (AIT)                                - Integrated environmental assessment of energy
                          shabbir_g@jgsee.kmutt.ac.th                  systems, particularly renewables

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No.                            Name                                                      Field of Expertise
 12   Assoc. Prof. Dr.   Sirintornthep Towprayoon                   - Municipal solid waste management
                         D.Arg (Kyushu, Japan)                      - Biogas from waste
                         sirin@jgsee.kmutt.ac.th                    - Greenhouse gas: methane emission, sink and source
                                                                    - Acid Rain and its impact
                                                                    - Climate Change Modeling and its impact

 13   Dr.                Srisuda Dhamwichukorn                      - Application of biotechnology for pollution control
                         PhD (Michigan Technological Institute)       and energy production
                         srisuda@jgsee.kmutt.ac.th

 14   Dr.                Suneerat Pipatmanomai                      - Renewable energy from biomass
                         Ph.D (Imperial College, London)            - Co-utilisation of coal technology
                         suneerat_p@jgsee.kmutt.ac.th               - Clean coal technology
                                                                    - Chemical reaction engineering




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2.King Mongkut's University of Technology Thonburi
No.                            Name                                                 Field of Expertise
  1   Dr.                Acharawan Chutarat                     - Daylighting, Energy efficient in building
                         Ph.D (Massachusetts, USA)              - Optimization, Learning
                         iacharat@kmutt.ac.th                   - Design process and space, Lighting

  2   Assoc. Prof. Dr.   Ake Chaisawadi                         - Wave Digital Variable Attenuation Equlizer
                         Ph.D (Kanazawa U, Japan)               - FIR Partial Responese Filters
                         ake.cha@kmutt.ac.th                    - Interpretation of Voltammetric Data

  3   Asst. Prof. Dr.    Anan Tongta                            - Chemistry transfer modeling
                         Ph.D (Missouri-Rolla, USA)
                         anan.ton@kmutt.ac.th

  4   Assoc. Prof. Dr.   Apichai Therdthianwong                 - Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Technology
                         Ph. D (Illinois Inst. of Tech., USA)   - Computational Modeling for Multiphase system
                         apichai.the@kmutt.ac.th                - Chemical Conversion process of Biomass
                                                                - Energy conservation

  5   Assoc. Prof. Dr.   Apichit Therdyothin                    - Energy conservation
                         D.Eng (AIT)                            - Cogeneration system
                         apichit.the@kmutt.ac.th                - Energy planning

  6   Assoc. Prof.       Banterng Suwanragul                    - Wind energy assessment
                         M.Sc (Birmingham, UK)                  - Cascade aerodynamics
                         banterng.suw@kmutt.ac.th

  7   Dr.                Bunyaphat Suphanit                     - Process integration, process design and synthesis
                         Ph.D (UMIST, UK)                         especially the design of energy efficient complex
                         ibunanit@kmutt.ac.th                     distillation and heat recovery system, modeling and
                                                                  and simulation of complex separation process

  8   Assoc. Prof. Dr.   Chaiyuth Chinnarasri                   - Hydrodynamics of River Flow
                         D.Eng (AIT)                            - Sediment Transport in Rivers
                         chaiyuth.chi@kmutt.ac.th
                         cckmutt@yahoo.com

  9   Dr.                Chanyaporn Chuntamara                  - Architectural Lighting
                         Ph.D (University London )
                         ichamara@kmutt.ac,th

 10   Assoc. Prof. Dr.   Chalermraj Wantawin                    - Biological nutrient removal
                         D.Eng (AIT)                            - Excess Activated Sludge Utilization
                         Chalermraj.wan@kmutt.ac.th

 11   Dr.                Dussadee Sukawat                       - Weather forecasting
                         Ph.D (Florida State, USA)
                         dudsadee_utt@kmutt.ac.th

 12   Assoc. Prof. Dr.   Dudsadee Uttapap                       - Membrane Technology
                         Ph.D (Kyushu U, Japan)                 - Enzyme Technology
                         dudsadee_utt@kmutt.ac.th

 13   Dr.                George Andrew Gale                     - Forest Ecology
                         Ph.D (Connecticut, USA)                - Conservation Biology
                         george.and@kmutt.ac.th
                         ggkk7@hotmail.com

 14   Dr.                Jayada Boonyakiat                      - Indoor Air Quality (IAQ)
                         Ph.D (Carnegie Mellon)                 - Sustainable Design
                         ijaykiat@kmutt.ac.th



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No.                            Name                                                     Field of Expertise
 15   Asst. Prof. Dr.    Jin Anotai                               - Disinfection
                         Ph.D (Drexel, UK)                        - Wastewater and hazardous waste treatment
                         jin.ano@kmutt.ac.th                      - Biological nutrient removal

 16   Assoc. Prof. Dr.   Jongjit Hirunlabh                        - Fundamental analysis of natural ventilation under
                         D3emeCycle,                                Thailand climate
                         D.Eng. Sci. (Nice, France)               - Designing of new configuration of solar chimney
                         jongjit.hir@kmutt.ac.th                  - Combining night cooling and day ventilation
                         ojanboot@cc.kmutt.ac.th                    Efficient use of agricultural waste.

 17   Dr.                Kanjanee Budthimedhee                    - Virualization of planning information and effective
                         Ph.D (Ilinois at Urbana Champaign)         User interfaces for planning support systems.
                         ikandhee@kmutt.ac.th                     - Ecological architecture, sustainable development,
                                                                    And the role of the architect.

 18   Dr.                Krissanapong Kirtikara                   - Solar radiation assessment and modeling
                         Ph.D (Glasgow, UK)                       - PV application Solar simulator
                         krissanapong.kir@kmutt.ac.th

 19   Prof. Dr.          Morakot Tanticharoen                     - Anaerobic digestion
                         Ph.D (Rhode Island, USA)                 - Algal Production Biosensor
                         morakot@biotec.or.th

 20   Assoc. Prof.       Naraporn Hanvajanawong                   - Design of water and wastewater treatment plant
                         M.Sc (AIT)                               - Environmental management
                         naraporn.han@kmutt.ac.th                 - Water and wastewater analysis

 21   Assoc. Prof. Dr.   Narongrit Sombatsompop                   - Use of fly ash particles as a filter in plastic and
                         Ph.D (UMIST, UK)                           rubber materials
                         narongrit.som@kmutt.ac.th

 22   Assoc. Prof. Dr.   Noppadon Cheamsawat                      - Biotechnology Engineering Process
                         Ph.D (Northwestern, USA)                 - Environmental Engineering
                         noppadon.che@kmutt.ac.th

 23   Asst. Prof. Dr.    Orapin Kerdchoechuen                     - Plant responses to environmental stresses
                         Ph.D (Mississippi State, USA)            - Controlled environment agriculture (CEA)
                         orapin.ker@kmutt.ac.th                    - Crop physiology

 24   Assoc. Prof. Dr.   Paitip Thiravetyan                       - Biohydrometallurgy
                         Ph.D (London, UK)                        - Waste Utilization
                         paitip.thi@kmutt.ac.th                   - Wastewater treatment

 25   Dr.                Pattana Rugkwamsook                      - Energy conservation in buildings and industries
                         D.Sc (Washington, USA)
                         pattana.ruk@kmutt.ac.th

 26   Assoc. Prof. Dr.   Pawinee Chaiprasert                      - Wastewater treatment especially on an anaerobic
                         Ph.D (Florida, USA)                        treatment
                         pawinee.cha@kmutt.ac.th                  - Treatment and utilization of waste

 27   Assoc. Prof. Dr.   Pichai Pamanikabud                       - Traffic & transportation noises pollution studies and
                         Ph.D (Illinois, USA)                       modeling
                         pichai.pam@kmutt.ac.th                   - Environmental aspects of transport systems
                         pichai_pam@hotmail.com                   - Transportation planning & modeling

 28   Asst. Prof. Dr.    Piyabutr Wanichpongpan                   - Waste Utilization
                         Piyabutr.wan@kmutt.ac.th                 - Shrimp Production and Free-Chemical Technology
                                                                  -Development and Application of Chitin and Chitosan

 29   Assoc. Prof. Dr.   Pojanie Khummongkol                  - Air pollution and control
                         D.Eng (AIT)                           - Acid rain
                         pojanie.khu@kmutt.ac.th               - GHG causes and effects
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No.                            Name                                                   Field of Expertise
 30   Prof. Dr.          Ratana Jiraratananon                      - Membrane science and technology)
                         Ph.D (New South Wales, Australia)         - Mass transfer
                         ratana.jir@kmutt.ac.th

 31   Asst. Prof. Dr.    Rattanachai Pairintra                     - Biomass gasification
                         D.Arg (Tokyo, Japan)                      - Pyrolysis
                         rattanachai.pai@kmutt.ac.th               - Combustion & Utilization
                                                                   - Liquid tar from Biomass

 32   Dr.                Saroch Boonyakitsombut                    - Anarchic treatment
                         Ph.D (Vanderbuit U, USA)
                         saroch.boo@kmutt.ac.th

 33   Dr.                Sasidhorn Buddhawong                      - Wastewater Technology
                         Dr. rer. nat (Leipzig Uni., Germany)      - Wastewater Treatment
                         Sasighorn.bud@kmutt.ac.th

 34   Dr.                Siliruk Chiarakorn                        - Synthesis of nanomaterials of environmental applications
                         Ph.D (Chulalongkorn Uni.)                 - Waste utilization
                         Siliruk.chi@kmutt.ac.th                   - Waste Management

 35   Assoc. Prof. Dr.   Somchai Chanchaona                        - Internal Combustion engine
                         Ph.D (Auckland, N.Z.)                     - Combustion of Gas, Biofuels
                         somchai.cha@kmutt.ac.th                   - Emission formation & control

 36   Prof. Dr.          Somchai Wongwises                         - Two-phase flow
                         Dr. Ing (Hannover, Germany)               - Heat Transfer Enhancement
                         somchai.won@kmutt.ac.th

 37   Prof. Dr.          Somchart Soponronnarit                    - Solar thermal processes
                         Dr. Ing (Toulouse, France)                - Drying Technology
                         somchart.sop@kmutt.ac.th

 38   Assoc. Prof. Dr.   Somkiat Prachayawarakorn                  - Drying Technology
                         Ph.D (UMIST, UK)
                         somkiat.pra@kmutt.ac.th

 39   Asst. Prof. Dr.    Soydoa Vinitnantharat                     - Biological treatment process
                         D. of Tech.Sc. (AIT)                      - Adsorption technology
                         soydoa.vin@kmutt.ac.th                    - Biological activated carbon process
                                                                   - Waste utilisation

 40   Asst. Prof. Dr.    Sudarat Tripetchkul                       - Solid waste management (compost)
                         D.Arg (Kyushu, Japan)                     - Water resource management (Waste Utilization)
                         sudarat.tri@kmutt.ac.th

 41   Assoc. Prof. Dr.   Sumrerng Jugjai                           - Combustion in Porous Medium
                         D.Eng (TIT, Japan)                        - Heat transfer in Porous Medium development of
                         sumrerng.jug@kmutt.ac.th                    thermal efficiency of LPG cooking Burner

 42   Assoc. Prof. Dr.   Suntad Siriananpibul                      - Wastewater treatment
                         D.Arg (Kyushu, Japan)
                         suntad.sir@kmutt.ac.th

 43   Assoc. Prof. Dr.   Supaporn Douglas Chuaprasert              - Food engineering
                         Ph.D (New South Wales, Australia)
                         supaporn.chu@kmutt.ac.th

 44   Assoc. Prof. Dr.   Supaporn Therdthianwong                   - Hydrogen and Renewable energy
                         Ph.D (Illinois, USA)                      - Fuel Cells Technology
                         supaporn.the@kmutt.ac.th                  - Catalytic Reaction engineering
                                                                   - Alternative energy and fuels

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No.         Name                   Field of Expertise                                         No.
 45   Assoc. Prof. Dr.   Supattanapong Dumrongrattana             - Transition of Liquid Crystal Compound
                         Ph.D (U of Minnesota, USA)               - Magnetic Materials
                         supattanapong.dum@kmutt.ac.th            - Particles Size Measurement

 46   Dr.                Suthipong Sthiannopkao                   - Water and wastewater treatment
                         Dr. (Vienna, Austria)                    - Waste management and utilization
                         suthipong.sth@kmutt.ac.th

 47   Assoc. Prof. Dr.   Suwimol Asavapisit                       - Stabilization and solidification of hazardous wastes
                         Ph.D (Uni. of London)
                         Suwimol.asa@kmutt.ac.th

 48   Dr.                Suwassa Pongamphai                       - Fluidization Chemical System Engineering
                         D.Eng (Tokyo, Japan)
                         suwassa.pon@kmutt.ac.th

 49   Dr.                Tavicha Buranathanit                     - Water Resources Engineering
                         Ph.D (Leicester, UK)                     - Wastewater Engineering (Water Quality,
                         tavicha.bur@kmutt.ac.th                    Wastewater Treatment)

 50   Asst. Prof. Dr.    Tawatchai Laosirihongthong               - Travel Demand Modeling and Forecasting
                         Ph.D (Ohio, Japan)                       - Traffic Impact Assessment
                         tawatchai.lao@kmutt.ac.th

 51   Dr.                Usa Humprie (Wannasingha)                - Ocean Modeling
                         Ph.D (Exeter, UK)
                         usa.wan@kmutt.ac.th

 52   Assoc. Prof. Dr.   Vanida Bhavakul                          - Organic Chemistry
                         Ph.D (MU)                                - Organic synthesis and natural product chemistry
                         vanida.bha@kmutt.ac.th
                         vanida@tubtim.cri.or.th

 53   Dr.                Veerapol Monyakul                        - Control engineering
                         Ph.D (Oklahoma State, USA)               - Solar Energy
                         veerapol@mozart.inet.co.th

 54   Assoc. Prof. Dr.   Viroat Boonamnuayvitaya                  - Waste water treatment by Ozonation
                         D.Eng (Tokyo, Japan)                     - Bioremediation synthesis
                         viroat.boo@kmutt.ac.th
                         viroteb@ksc.th.com

 55   Assoc. Prof. Dr.   Wanchai Asvapoositkul                    - Improving the design of cooling tower
                         Ph.D (London, UK)                        - Pumping system for water saving in golf course
                         wanchai.asv@kmutt.ac.th
                         saksin.asv@kmutt.ac.th

 56   Asst. Prof. Dr.    Werasak Suraruengchai                    - Biosensors
                         Ph.D (Cranfield, UK)                     - Chemical sensors
                         werasak.sur@kmutt.ac.th                  - Electrochemistry




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3.Chiang Mai University
No.                            Name                                                   Field of Expertise
  1   Assoc. Prof. Dr.   Benjavun Ratanasthien                     - Sedimentary geochemistry
                         Ph.D (Aston, UK)
                         benjavun@geol.science.cmu.ac.th
                         scgli008@chiangmai.ac.th

  2   Assoc. Prof. Dr.   Chutchawan Tantakitti                     - Energy Conservation
                         Ph.D (Missouri-Rolla, USA)                - Ice thermal energy storage
                         chat@dome.eng.cmu.ac.th

  3   Asst. Prof. Dr.    Khajornsak Sopajaree                      - Water and wastewater treatment
                         Ph.D (Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK)            - Physical treatment process
                         pompoon@eng.cmu.ac.th

  4   Assoc. Prof. Dr.   Pongpor Asnachinda                        - Environmental and Mining Geology
                         Ph.D (London, UK)
                         scgli012@chiangmai.ac.th

  5   Prof. Dr.          Pradit Terdtoon                           - Heat pipe technology
                         Ph.D (Tsukuba, Japan)                     - Heat transfer (Especially boiling and
                         pradit@dome.eng.cmu.ac.th                   two-phase flow)
                         pradit@eng.cmu.ac.th

  6   Asst. Prof. Dr.    Praphon Kemmadamrong                      - Water and wastewater engineering design
                         D.Eng (AIT)                               - Water quality management
                         praphon@eng.cmu.ac.th                     - Industrial wastewater treatment

  7   Assoc. Prof. Dr.   Suporn Koottatep                          - Environmental impact assessment
                         Ing (Norwegian Inst. of Tech)             - Waste minimization
                         suporn@chiangmai.ac.th

  8   Asst. Prof. Dr.    Surapong Wattanachira                     - Problematic Natural Organic Matter in Water
                         D.Eng. (Tokyo, Japan)
                         surapong@eng.cmu.ac.th

  9   Asst. Prof. Dr.    Suttichai Premrudeepreechacham            - Photovoltaic System, Electric Power Engineering,
                         Ph.D (Rensselaer Polytechnic Inst.,         Power Electronics, Electrical Machines,
                         USA)                                        Fuzzy Logic Control, Neural Networks.
                         suttic@eng.cmu.ac.th

 10   Assoc. Prof. Dr.   Suwasa Kantawanichkul                     - Biological process for wastewater treatment
                         D.Tech. Sc (AIT)                          - Wastewater treatment by constructed wetland
                         suwasa@eng.cmu.ac.th                        Systems
                                                                   - Biological process for nitrogen removal in
                                                                     wastewater

 11   Prof. Dr.          Tanongkiat Kiatsiriroat                   - Heat recovery system
                         D.Eng (AIT)                               - Energy conservation
                         tanong@dome.eng.cmu.ac.th                 - Solar thermal processes
                         tanongk_k@hotmail.com

 12   Assoc. Prof. Dr.   Worawit Tayati                            - Power system analysis
                         Ph.D (Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK)            - Microprocessor applications
                         worawit@eng.cmu.ac.th                     - Power electronics
                                                                   - Renewable energy systems




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4.Prince of Songkla University
No.                            Name                                                 Field of Expertise
  1   Asst. Prof. Dr.    Aran H. Kittikun                        - Enzyme technology
                         Ph.D (New South Wales, Australia)       - Fermentation technology
                         haran@ratree.psu.ac.th                  - Food biotechnology
                                                                 - Environmental biotechnology

  2   Dr.                Benjamas Chiensin                       - Fermentation
                         Ph.D (Osaka )                           - Bioprocess modeling
                         Benjamas.w@psu.ac.th                    - Biotechnology

  3   Asst. Prof. Dr.    Chakrit Tongurai                        - Catalytic Conversion
                         Dr. Ing (INPT, Toulouse, France)        - Activated carbon
                         tchakrit@ratree.psu.ac.th               - Atmospheric corrosion
                                                                 - Desulfurization of diesel oil
                                                                 - Biodiesel

  4   Asst. Prof. Dr.    Charun Bunyakan                         - Chemical engineering
                         Ph.D (Vanderbilt, USA)                  - Mass transfer
                         bcharun@ratree.psu.ac.th

  5   Dr.                Chayanoot Sangwichien                   - Process design
                         Ph.D (Jonh Hopkins Uni.)                - Process Modeling
                         Chayanoot.s@psu.ac.th                   - Molecular thermodynamics

  6   Assoc. Prof. Dr.   Chukiat Kooptanond                      - Energy Conservation
                         Doc. de l‟ NSAT
                         (INSA Toulouse, France)
                         kchukiat@me.psu.ac.th

  7   Assoc. Prof.       Gumpon Prateepchaikul                   - Heat Pump
                         M.Eng. Sc. (New South Wales,            - Drying
                         Australia)                              - Biodiesel production
                         pgumpon@ratree.psu.ac.th

  8   Dr.                Juntakan Taweekun                       - Energy conservation in buildings and industries
                         D.Eng (AIT)                             - Passive Cooling
                         Juntakan@me.psu.ac.th                   -Building energy analysis & simulation i.e. DOE-2,
                                                                  Neural network, Energy plus
                                                                 - Biomass Energy, Renewable Energy, Daylighting
                                                                 - Refrigeration System
                                                                 - Energy Planning

  9   Dr.                Kulchanat Kapilakarn                    - Process design and modeling
                         Ph.D (Lehigh Uni. USA )                 - Process Control
                         Kulchanat.k@psu.ac.th                   - Alternative Energy
                                                                 - Biodiesel

 10   Asst. Prof. Dr.    Lupong Kaewsichan                       - Silylation and acelation of palm oil empty fruit
                         Ph.D (Colorado USA )                      bunches
                         Lupong.k@psu.ac.th                      - Silylation and acelation of kenaf fibers

 11   Dr.                Pakamas Jesdpattananont                 - Environmental control
                         Ph.D (UK )                              - Clean Technology
                         Pakamas.p@psu.ac.th                     - Alternative energy
                                                                 - Biodiesel

 12   Asst. Prof. Dr.    Perapong Tekasakul                      - Solar Drying, Aerosol Mechanics
                         Ph.D (Missouri, USA)                    - Fluid Dynamics
                         perapong@ratree.psu.ac.th
                         tekasakul@me.psu.ac.th



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No.                            Name                                                    Field of Expertise
 13   Dr.                Piyarat Boonsawang                        - Waste utilisation
                         Ph.D Chemical Engineering,                - Wastewater treatment
                         Texas A&M U. , USA                        - Environmental Biotechnology
                         tpiyarat@ratree.psu.ac.th                 - Fermentation technology

 14   Assoc. Prof. Dr.   Poonsuk Prasertsan                        - Waste treatment and utilization
                         Ph.D (Queensland, Australia)              - Environmental biotechnology
                         ppoonsuk@ratree.psu.ac.th

 15   Dr.                Porntip Choksuchart                       -Environmental Engineering: Membrane Technology
                         D.Eng ( Montpellier Uni.)                  applied to water and wastewater treatment
                         cporntip@ratree.psu.ac.th

 16   Dr.                Ram Yamsaengsung                          - Heat and mass transfer
                         Ph.D (Taxas A&M Uni.)                     - Food processing and Engineering
                         Ram.y@psu.ac.th                           - Steam-impingement drying
                                                                   - Drying, frying, modeling

 17   Asst. Prof. Dr.    Sirikul Wisutmethangoon                   - Energy technology
                         Ph.D (Wisconsin-Madison, USA)
                         sirikul@me.psu.ac.th

 18   Dr.                Sukritthira Ratanawilai                   - Heterogeneous catalysts / - Clean Technology
                         Ph.D (Colorado School of Mines )          - Fuel Cells Rubber Latex Adhesive
                         Sukritthira.b@psu.ac.th                   - Fuel Cells Biodiesel

 19   Asst. Prof. Dr.    Supawan Tirawanichkul                     - Energy Technology
                         Ph.D (KMUTT)                              - Drying Technology
                         Supawan.t@psu.ac.th                       - Wastewater treatment

 20   Assoc. Prof. Dr.   Suteera Prasertsan                        - Biomass energy
                         Ph.D (Queensland, Australia)              - Energy conservation
                         psuteera@ratree.psu.ac.th                 - Heat pump

 21   Asst. Prof. Dr.    Tipparat Hongpattarakere                  - Biodiesel and Monoglyceride production using
                         Ph.D (Wisconsin-Madison)                    Lipase enzyme
                         Tipparat.h@psu.ac.th                      - Natural antimicrobial substances
                                                                   - Prebiotic probiotics

 22   Asst. Prof. Dr.    Udomphon Puetpaiboon                      - Water and wastewater treatment
                         D.Eng (AIT)                               - Water resources planning
                         pudomphon@ratree.psu.ac.th                - Environmental impact assessment

 23   Dr.                Weerawan Sutthisripok                     -Synthesis of solid state catalysts for several thermo-
                         Ph.D (Imperial College London)             Chemical processes
                         Weerawan.s@psu.ac.th

 24   Assoc. Prof.       Witaya Chongcharoen                       - Rural energy
                         M.Sc (London, UK)                         - Biomass energy
                         cwitaya@ratree.psu.ac.th                  - Internal combustion engine

 25   Asst. Prof. Dr.    Worawut Wisutmethangoon                   - Biodiesel Production
                         Ph.D (Wisconsin-Madison, USA)
                         worawut@me.psu.ac.th

 26   Asst. Prof. D.     Yutthana Tirawanichakul                   - Plasma Physics and Energy Technology
                         Ph.D (KMUTT)
                         Yutthana.t@psu.ac.th




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5.King Mongkut's Institute of Technology North Bangkok
No.                             Name                                                  Field of Expertise
   1   Dr.                Chantraporn Phalakornkule               - Colloids and surfaces science
                          PhD(Carnegie Mellon, Pittsburgh, USA)   - Polymer science
                          cphalak21@yahoo.com

  2    Dr.                Kraipat Cheenkachorn                    - Biodiesel and alternative fuel technology
                          Ph.D (Pensylvania State, USA)           - Applied neural network in tribology
                          kraipat@yahoo.com                       - Hydrodynamic lubrication

  3    Dr.                Monpilai H. Narasingha                  - Coal technology, Fuel Technology
                          Ph.D (Virginia Polytechnic Inst. and    - Process engineering, Tribology
                          State U., USA)
                          mhc@kmitnb.ac.th

  4    Dr.                Nipon Pisutpaisal                       - Bioenergy production form wastewaters and biosolids
                          Ph.D (Pennsylvania, USA)                - Bioremediation of contaminated soil and sediment
                          npp@kmitnb.ac.th

  5    Asst. Prof. Dr.    Phvanee Narataruksa                     - Process heat transfer
                          Ph.D (UMIST, UK)                        - Design of compact heat exchangers
                          phn@kmitnb.ac.th                        - Process integration
                                                                  - Process retrofit

  6    Asst. Prof. Dr.    Pumyos Vallikul                         - Combustion and of natural gas,
                          D.Sc (George Washington U., USA)          Biogas and biofuels
                          pumyos@hotmail.com                      - Tomography in combustion
                                                                  - Active combustion control

  7    Assoc. Prof. Dr.   Somrat Kerdsuwan                        - Waste Incineration and Emission Control
                          Docteur de I‟ Uni.de Poitiers, France   - High temperature air combustion
                          somrat_k@yahoo.com

  8    Asst. Prof. Dr.    Suthum Patumsawad                       - Combustion of lignite, waste,
                          Ph.D (Sheffield, UK)                      biomass
                          stt@kmitnb.ac.th                        - Fluidized bed combustion

  9    Dr.                Suwat Kuntanapreeda                     - Automatic control
                          Ph.D (Utah State U., USA)               - Acoustic noise control
                          suwat@kmitnb.ac.th                      - Neural Network and Fuzzy Login Control

 10    Asst. Prof. Dr.    Udomkiat Nontakaew                      - Ship Hydrodynamics, Aerodynamics
                          Docteur de I‟ Uni.de Poitiers, France   - Industrial Flows associating with Heat Transfer
                          unk@kmitnb.ac.th                        - Flows in Turbomachines including small
                                                                    small hydroturbines




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6.Sirindhorn International Institute of Technology
No.                                 Name                                                  Field of Expertise
      1   Asst. Prof. Dr.    Alice Sharp                             - Ecology
                             Ph.D (Hiroshima Japan)                  - Bio-indicator for environmental risk assessment
                             alice@siit.tu.ac.th                     - Community based resource management
                                                                     - Product life cycle assessment
                                                                     - Participatory Rural Appraisal
                                                                     - Solid waste management

      2   Assoc. Prof. Dr.   Bundit Limmeechokchai                   - Energy in buildings & industries
                             D.Eng (AIT)                             - Energy conservation and management
                             bundit@siit.tu.ac.th                    - DSM & integrated resource planning
                                                                     - GHG emission in the energy sector

      3   Asst. Prof. Dr.    Issarachai Ngamroo                      - Power systems control & stabilization
                             Ph.D (Osaka, Japan)                     - FACTS applications
                             ngamroo@siit.tu.ac.th                   - Robust control application to design of power
                                                                       system damping controllers

      4   Dr.                Pichai Jintakosonwit                    - Power quality
                             Ph.D (Tokyo Inst. of Tech., Japan)      - Active power filters
                             jinpichai@siit.tu.ac.th                 - Digital controllers for power converters

      5   Asst. Prof. Dr.    Sandhya Babel                           - Water and wastewater treatment, Solid and
                             D.Tech. Sc. (AIT)                         Hazardous waste management, Membrane
                             sandhya@siit.tu.ac.th                     Technology and Environmental Impact Assessment

      6   Assoc. Prof. Dr.   Satha Aphornratana                      - Refrigeration System
                             Ph.D (Sheffield, UK)
                             satha@siit.tu.ac.th

      7   Assoc. Prof. Dr.   Supachart Chungpaibulpatana             - Thermal engineering
                             D.Eng (AIT)                             - Energy conservation and management
                             supachart@siit.tu.ac.th                 - Solar energy

      8   Asst. Prof. Dr.    Suwanchai Nitisoravut                   - Environmental biotechnology/ microbiology
                             Ph.D (North Carolina, USA)              - Biological treatment of water & wastewater
                             snitisor@siit.tu.ac.th                  - Waste minimization

      9   Assoc. Prof. Dr.   Taweep Chaisomphob                      - Development of small run-of-river hydropower
                             D.Eng (Tokyo, Japan)                    - Public participation in infrastructure project
                             taweep@siit.tu.ac.th                      Development

  10      Assoc. Prof. Dr.   Vladimir Kuprianov                      - Design, computation and experimental study of
                             D.Eng (Moscow, Russia)                    steam boilers.
                             ivlaanov@siit.tu.ac.th                  - Design, computation and testing combustion
                                                                       systems fired with biomass fuels / residues.
                                                                     - Combustion process optimization




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                           COURSE DESCRIPTION
JEE 601   Seminar for M.Phil / M.Sc (Energy Technology)                                              1 (0-3-3)
JEE 611   Seminar for M.Phil / M.Sc (Environmental Technology)                                       1 (0-3-3)
          The principal objective is to enhance student‟s capabilities in extracting main points from
          technical papers and reports, as well as report writing skill and oral presentation. In addition, the
          course also aims to promote interactions among students, researchers and academic staff in the
          exchange of ideas and information
JEE 601   Seminar for M.Eng / M.Sc (Energy Technology & Management)                                1 (1-0-2)
          The objective of the course is to enhance the capabilities of students to extract the main points
          from technical papers and reports, as well as writing skills and oral presentation skills. At the
          beginning of the course, introductory sessions are devoted to guidelines for extracting and
          analyzing information obtained from research papers and reports as well as techniques for
          technical paper writing and oral presentation. Students will be required to work independently, as
          well as to interact with other students, researchers and academic staff as part of a process of
          exchange of ideas and information.
JEE 611   Seminar for M.Eng / M.Sc                                                                 1 (1-0-2)
          (Environmental Technology & Management)
          The objective of the course is to enhance the capabilities of students to extract the main points
          from technical papers and reports, as well as writing skills and oral presentation skills. At the
          beginning of the course, introductory sessions are devoted to guidelines for extracting and
          analyzing information obtained from research papers and reports as well as techniques for
          technical paper writing and oral presentation. Students will be required to work independently, as
          well as to interact with other students, researchers and academic staff as part of a process of
          exchange of ideas and information
JEE 701   Seminar for Ph.D (Energy Technology)                                                       1 (0-3-3)
JEE 711   Seminar for Ph.D (Environmental Technology)                                                1 (0-3-3)
          The principal objective is to enhance student‟s capabilities in extracting main points from
          technical papers and reports, as well as report writing skill and oral presentation. In addition, the
          course also aims to promote interactions among students, researchers and academic staff in the
          exchange of ideas and information.
JEE 602   Dissertation for M.Phil (Energy Technology)                                              27 (0-0-81)
JEE 612   Dissertation for M.Phil (Environmental Technology)                                  27 (0-0-81)
          Students are required to undertake design and development or research projects under the
          guidance of the supervisor and other members of the Thesis Advisory Committee. The project
          should indicate some initiatives, which may lead to new concept, approach or new findings in the
          fields of energy or environment.
JEE 609   Dissertation for M.Sc (Energy Technology)                                                21 (0-0-63)
JEE 615   Dissertation for M.Sc (Environmental Technology)                                    21 (0-0-63)
          Students are required to undertake design and development or research projects under the
          guidance of the supervisor and other members of the Thesis Advisory Committee. The project
          should indicate some initiatives, which may lead to new concept, approach or new findings in the
          fields of energy or environment.
JEE 610   Thesis (Energy Technology & Management)                                           12 (0-0-36)
          The Students are required to undertake research or development studies under supervision of a
          member of the faculty. The thesis should be completed within two semesters.
JEE 620   Thesis (Environmental Technology & Management)                                    12 (0-0-36)
          The Students are required to undertake research or development studies under supervision of a
          member of the faculty. The thesis should be completed within two semesters
JEE 702   Dissertation for Ph.D (Energy Technology)                                              42 (0-0-126)
JEE 712   Dissertation for Ph.D (Environmental Technology)                                   42 (0-0-126)
          Students are required to undertake design and development or research projects under the
          guidance of the supervisor and other members of the Thesis Advisory Committee. The project
          should indicate some initiatives, which may lead to new concept, approach or new findings in the
          fields of energy or environment.
JEE 603   Special Study I                                                                         3 (3-0-6)
          Prerequisite : None
          Student taking the subject is required to attend a certain subject prescribed by his/her advisor.
          The subject may be offered in English or Thai in any accredited university or in any one of the
          collaborating universities. At the end of the course , the student needs to prepare the state- of-
          the- art report in English and have an oral examination with the Thesis Advisory Committee or a
          Special Study Committee appointed by JGSEE.


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JEE 604   Special Study II                                                                                3 (0-0-9)
          Prerequisite: None
          Student is required to make a study on a certain prescribed subject related to thesis topic under
          supervision of thesis advisor. The study may involve situation review, data collection and data
          analysis as well as critical survey in certain topics in order to provide clarity for thesis framework.
          At the end of the semester, student needs to prepare a report in English on the subject and attend
          an oral examination with the Thesis Advisory Committee or a Special Study Committee
          appointed by JGSEE.
JEE 605   Special Study III                                                                          3 (0-9-9)
          Prerequisite : None
          Student is required to make analysis or conduct experiments on certain approved task under
          supervision of thesis advisor. The objective is to upgrade the student's analytical or experimental
          skill in order to facilitate his/her thesis undertaking. Each project should be completed in one
          semester. At the end of the semester, student needs to prepare a report in English of the task and
          attend the oral examination evaluated by the Thesis Advisory Committee or a Special Study
          Committee appointed by JGSEE.
JEE606    Mathematical Techniques                                                                 3 (3-0-6)
          Prerequisite : None
          Numerical solutions of ordinary differential equations, difference methods for initial value and
          boundary valued problems. Numerical solutions of partial differential equations.
          Optimization techniques : Lagrange multiplier method, steepest-ascent method, dynamic
          programming, linear programming, geometric programming. Probability, statistic and error
          analysis. Interferences and regression.
JEE607    Optimization Techniques                                                           3 (3-0-6)
          Prerequisite : None
          Classical optimization theory, one-dimensional optimization methods including Lagrange
          multiplier and search techniques, application to curve fitting, unconstrained optimization.,
          method of steepest descent, Newton's method and quasi-Newton methods, constrained
          optimization, formulation of mathematical models, elementary geometric programming,
          nonlinear programming, Monte Carlo optimization, random search algorithm, computer solution
          of optimization problems.
JEE 608   Computational Fluid Dynamics                                                          3 (3-0-6)
          Prerequisite: Numerical methods, Fluid mechanics
          The objective of this course is for students to develop a sound knowledge of how to solve fluid
          flow and heat transfer problems with the numerical methods. The course will present several
          important topics: the basic concept of fluid flow, introduction to numerical methods, finite
          difference methods, finite volume methods, and solution of linear equation system. The basic
          knowledge will be applied to typical Computational Fluid Dynamics problems, such as the wave
          equation, heat equation, Laplace‟s equation, Burgers‟ equation (inviscid/viscous), and simple
          form of the Navier-Stokes equation. Finally an introduction to the use of commercial software
          will be presented.
JEE613    Research Methodology                                                                   3 (3-0-6)
          (Energy Technology / Environmental Technology)
          Prerequisite : None
          Introduction to modern data acquisition. Research project management and analysis. Theories
          and practices of various experimental techniques necessary for research including physical and
          chemical methods of analysis. The course will not attempt to give the particular techniques
          needed in special subject areas because these techniques will be different for each student, and
          they will be given by the university departments and supervisors of students.
JEE 614   Research Methodology                                                                      2(2-0-4)
          (Energy Technology & Management)
          (Environmental Technology & Management)
          Prerequisite: None
          The course aims to give the students experience in the general skills needed in scientific and
          technical research. The general skills to be covered will include: searching for information in the
          literature, reviewing previous research, making proposals for new research, measurements and
          the analysis of data, describing equipment and experimental methods, good practice and ethics in
          research.
JEE616    Internship                                                                                  6(0-0-18)
          Prerequisite: completed 1 year of study
          The aim of the course is to enable the student to gain professional experience. The students who
          choose the internship option are required to work on an internship in industry for 20 consecutive
          weeks. The internship will be supervised by an instructor. The Guidelines for the Internship
          Program describe the procedures for the selection of suitable companies and tasks for the
          internship, as well as the selection of the industrial supervisors and the required reporting.
JEE617    International Internship                                                                 6(0-0-18)
          Prerequisite: completed 1 year of study
          The aim of the course is to enable the student to gain professional experience in an international
          environment and to learn how to work in a different cultural environment. The students who are
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          selected for this internship option will work on an internship in industry for 20 consecutive
          weeks. The internship will be supervised by an instructor. The Guidelines for the Internship
          Program describe the procedures for the selection of suitable companies and tasks for the
          internship, as well as the selection of the industrial supervisors and the required reporting.
          This international internship program is reserved for the best students of each year. The JGSEE
          will provide possibilities to participate in an international internship program in Europe, US or
          Japan individually organized by the JGSEE. The institutions selected will be internationally
          recognized applied research institutions and international companies.
JEE618    Research Study                                                                        6(0-0-18)
          Prerequisite : None
          The students are required to undertake short research or development projects under supervision
          of a member of the faculty. The research study should be completed within one semester.
JEE 703   Selected Topics in Energy and Environment 1                                                3(3-0-6)
JEE 713   Selected Topics in Energy and Environment 2                                               3(3-0-6)
          The aim of the course is to introduce the students to selected current topics in energy and
          environment. The students have the opportunity to learn about actual problems in order to expand
          their vision of local and global challenges. The subjects can vary in each academic year.
JEE621    Energy Economics                                                                         3(3-0-6)
          Prerequisite : None
          This course aims to develop an understanding and practical analytical skills of energy economics
          and planning approaches taking into account the cost of environment impact . This course
          will provide fundamental concepts of economic issues and theories related to energy, such as
          economics of natural and energy resources, aggregate supply and demand analysis, and the
          interrelationship between energy, economics and the environment as well as some important
          issues in energy policy. This course will also demonstrate the use of economic tools for decision
          making in energy and environment planning and policy.
JEE622    Environmental and Energy Policy                                                           3(3-0-6)
          Prerequisite: None
          Rational analysis and decision making in environmental and energy policy are important
          activities in setting out appropriate direction for expanding the economy. The goal of this
          course is to familiarize students with issues of environmental and energy policies, particularly in
          developing countries, and to provide them necessary analytical skills in developing national
          energy policy. This course explores the fundamentals of energy analysis including terminology,
          conventions, procedures and planning policy applications. It will also cover a number of
          contemporary energy and environmental policy issues, including energy security, global
          warming, regulations of energy industries, energy research and development, energy technology
          commercialization. A series of lectures and seminar will be used in meeting the above
          objectives.
JEE 623   Energy and Environmental Economics and Policy                                              3(3-0-6)
          Prerequisite: None
          The objective of this course is to develop an understanding of rational analysis, as well as
          decision making in issues concerning energy and environmental economics and policy, taking
          into account the environmental impacts. Roles of energy in economic development and
          interrelationship between energy consumption and economic growth, physical aspects of energy
          transformation and economic sectors. Economic concepts of energy supply and demand: market
          mechanism and price theory, fossil energy resources‟ scarcity and national energy security, policy
          instruments for efficient energy uses and resource allocations, case studies. Concept of externality
          of environmental impacts, market failure, social cost and benefit analysis, concept of
          environmental protection and policy instruments related to energy supply and consumption,
          environmental pollution control and abatement, case studies. Contemporary issues of energy and
          environment at domestic, regional and international level: public participation and environmental
          concerns, acid rain, Montreal Protocol, UNFCCC and Kyoto Protocol.
JEE 624   Energy and Environmental Management and Planning                                          3(3-0-6)
          Prerequisite: None
          The objective of this course is to develop planning and analytical skills, and capacity building in
          management related to energy and environmental issues. Concept of physical transformation of
          energy: sources of energy to end uses, drives of energy program initiative, analysis of rational
          energy uses and basic of energy audit, identification of energy conservation opportunities,
          economic analysis and project evaluation, state of a energy program reporting. Concept of natural
          resources and environment, effects of anthropogenic cause to environment: principle of
          sustainability development, environmental impact assessment tools and indicators: LCA and
          environmental standards, state of environmental assessment reporting and its applications. Energy
          and environmental planning and decision making supporting tools, project implementation,
          execution, monitoring and control, case studies.
JEE 631   Project Management                                                                   3(3-0-6)
          Prerequisite: None
          The objective of the course is to enable students to understand and apply project management
          functions. Identification and formulation, feasibility analysis and economic evaluation. The
          course includes project appraisal, implementation as well as scheduling and cost control,
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          commissioning and project evaluation after completion of projects. Case studies and software
          applications.
JEE 632   Project Implementation and Control                                                         1(1-0-2)
          Prerequisite: None
          The objective of this course is to enable the students to learn the basics of project management. It
          will explain how to design and implement a project, like definition, objectives, characteristics,
          and phases of projects as well as execution plans, cost/schedule estimation and control. It will end
          with project evaluation.
JEE 633   Energy Management in Industry                                                             3(3-0-6)
          Prerequisite: None
          The objective of this course is for students to develop a sound knowledge of how to plan and to
          implement energy management programs in industrial complexes. In this course, the technical
          and economic aspects of energy management will be presented and applied to case studies in
          industry. First, the principles of energy management, including management programs,
          organizational set up, energy auditing, establishing an energy balance for industrial complexes
          will be explained, followed by the introduction of tools and methods to increase the efficiency of
          industrial energy systems. Later, energy efficient technologies and systems will be presented.
JEE 634   Energy Management in Buildings                                                           3(3-0-6)
          Prerequisite: None
          The objective of this course is for students to learn how to evaluate the energy supply and
          consumption in buildings, and to plan and implement energy management programs in building
          complexes. In this course, the technical and economic aspects of energy management methods
          will be presented and applied to case studies. First the issue of human comfort and cooling
          requirements are introduced, including indoor air quality. Following this, the calculation of
          building energy load and the thermal behavior of buildings will be introduced, including solar
          gains and shading aspects. Then principles of the measurement, monitoring and control of the
          energy flow in buildings will be presented. Finally, options for improving the energy balance and
          reducing the cooling load and the electrical load of buildings will be introduced.
JEE 635   Energy Management in Transportation                                                         3(3-0-6)
          Prerequisite: None
          The aim of this course is to develop an understanding of traffic management for efficient energy
          use and pollution control. Urban growth and traffic demand. Transportation modes: motorized
          and non-motorized. Comparison of transportation modes: mobility, energy uses, environmental
          and economic impacts. Transportation management, the solution of transportation problems,
          efficient energy use in transportation systems, and air and noise pollution controls. Case studies.
JEE 641   Steam Boiler and Furnace Technology                                                   3(3-0-6)
          Prerequisite : None
          Steam generation and steam boiler design, including evaporating heating surface, superheater,
          reheater, economizer and air-heater. Combustion mechanism in boiler furnaces and performance
          analysis. Estimation of NOx and SOx emission from boilers. Heat transfer in convective heating
          surfaces. Processes on the fireside of heating surface. Lay out and heat calculation of steam
          boiler.
JEE 642   Fuels and Combustion                                                                    3(3-0-6)
          Prerequisite: Thermodynamics
          The objective of the course is to provide the student with the basic concepts of combustion
          processes. Classification of fuels. Properties and characterization of gaseous, liquid and solid
          fuels. Characteristics of the combustion flame. Stoichiometry. Thermodynamics of combustion.
          Chemical kinetics of combustion. Energy balance and furnace efficiency. Overview on major
          combustion technologies for solid, liquid and gaseous fuels.
JEE 643   Energy System Analysis and Engineering                                                    3(3-0-6)
          Prerequisite: Thermodynamics
          The objective of the course is for students to understand how the energy system works and how
          to design the process system used in industries. In this course, the concept of energy analysis and
          system design will be presented. First, the basic concepts of mass and energy balances for the
          energy systems, and the analysis of thermodynamic processes and cycles will be discussed,
          followed by the basics of system engineering, analysis and measurement methods. Later, the
          design of typical workable system will be discussed, as well as the basics of some important
          equipment and instruments used in industries, such as piping systems, pumps, and heat
          exchangers with some case studies describing optimal systems.
JEE 644   Power Plant Engineering                                                                3(3-0-6)
          Prerequisite: None
          The aim of the course is to provide students an overview of various types of power plants and
          their components. Basic concepts for fuels and combustion processes, Analysis of steam cycles
          and combined cycle power generation, Steam generators and turbines, Condenser, feed water and
          circulating water systems, Diesel engine and gas turbine power plants, Energy storage, emission
          control and flue gas treatment. Economics of power generation.



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JEE 645   Clean Technologies for Solid Fuels                                                    3(3-0-6)
          Prerequisite: None
          The objective of this course is to provide the student basic concepts of clean technologies for
          solid fuels. Classification of solid fuels: coal, biomass and waste. Chemical and physical
          properties of solid fuels. Pyrolysis, gasification and liquefaction of solid fuels. Combustion
          processes and environmental considerations. Special attention is given to domestic lignite and
          biomass and the development of clean coal technologies and co-firing.
JEE 646   Advanced Transport Phenomena                                                                3(3-0-6)
          Prerequisite: None
          The objective of the course is to give students a sound knowledge of the mechanism of multi-
          phase flow and energy analysis. The course will firstly introduce the concept of mass, energy and
          momentum conservation. Emphasis will then be put on the analysis of differential fluid element
          in laminar flow and turbulent flow, friction loss and flow measurement. Secondly, the
          fundamentals of heat transfer and the differential equations of heat transfer will be presented. The
          steady-state conduction and unsteady-state conduction will be compared. Lastly, the two-phase
          flow mechanism focusing on the gas-solid behavior will be discussed.
JEE 651   Biomass for Heat and Power                                                               3(3-0-6)
          Prerequisite : None
          Biomass characteristics and availability. Potential for utilization in heat and power production.
          Combustion analysis. Gasifiers and boilers. Power generating equipment and processes.
          Cogeneration. Performance monitoring and analysis. Financial evaluation of biomass projects.
          Emission calculations and control methods.

JEE 652   Natural Gas Utilization Technologies                                                      3(3-0-6)
          Prerequisite: None.
          The objective of the course is to give students an understanding of the natural gas utilization
          technologies. Natural gas properties. Reserves and uses. Natural gas processes and transportation.
          Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) and Compressed Natural Gas (CNG). Thermoacoustic liquefaction:
          methane reforming, partial oxidation, and hydrogen production. Fischer Tropsch process, Gas-to-
          Liquid plants, and direct conversion of natural gas. Ammonia, methanol, and dimethylether
          synthesises. Combustion fundamentals. Use of natural gas in reciprocal engines and as catalytic
          pollutant control. The application of gas in gas turbines and power plants as well as in fuel cells.
          Environmental and economic considerations, as well as life-cycle assessment.
JEE 653   Solar Energy                                                                                3(3-0-6)
          Prerequisite : Heat Transfer
          Nature of solar radiation, measurement and interpretation of local solar radiation data,
          transmission through and absorption by partially transparent media. Selective surfaces. Theories
          of flat plate collectors and focusing collectors, Hottel-Whillier's equation and Applications
JEE 654   Sustainable Bio-energy Technologies                                                    3(3-0-6)
          Prerequisite: None
          This course aims to provide an understanding of both conventional and advanced technologies for
          sustainable bio-energy. Basic concepts of sustainability. Technologies based on thermochemical,
          chemical and biological processes. Impacts and regulations of bioenergy. Conventional and
          advanced biotechnologies for sustainable biofuels production, such as postgenomic technologies,
          molecular tools for microbial monitoring, bioprocesses for biofuel production and microbial fuel
          cells.
JEE 655   Energy Technology                                                                         2(2-0-6)
          Prerequisite: None
          The objective of the course is to provide a sound knowledge to evaluate all major energy systems.
          In this course the principles of thermal energy conversion systems will be presented. It will start
          with an overview about the current energy situation, its demand and supply and the
          characteristics of the conventional and renewable energy resources. All major energy conversion
          systems will be introduced and the specifics in their application explained. In addition necessary
          instrumentation and measurement techniques are presented to monitor and evaluate energy
          systems.
JEE 656   Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Technologies                                                         3(3-0-6)
          Prerequisite: None
          The aim of the course is to give students an understanding of current and promising technologies
          for hydrogen production and fuel cells. Characteristics of fuels for hydrogen production.
          Hydrogen production technologies: thermal, thermochemical and bio-chemical processes.
          Hydrogen purification, storage, and transportation. Introduction to fuel cells. Types of fuel cells.
          Materials and designs of fuel cells. Operations of fuel cells. Current situation and the future trend
          of hydrogen and fuel cell technologies.
JEE 657   Catalytic Processes and Reaction Engineering                                              3(3-0-6)
          Prerequisite: None
          The objective of the course is to provide students an understanding of the catalytic processes
          involved in fuel processing and emission reduction. Manufacturing, testing and uses of catalysts
          in industry. Types of catalytic reactors: fixed bed reactors, fluidized bed reactors and multiphase
          reactors. Catalytic processes for feedstock purification and flue gas treatments. Important
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          catalytic reactions: steam reforming, water-gas shift reaction, methanation, ammonia synthesis,
          DME (Dimethylether) and methanol synthesis.
JEE 658   Renewable Energy Technologies                                                            3(3-0-6)
          Prerequisite: None
          The objective of this course is to give students an understanding of the nature and characteristics
          of renewable energy resources, renewable energy technologies and their limitations, economic
          aspects, and environmental impacts. To develop analytical skills for resource assessment.
          Renewable energy resources and technologies to be covered are solar thermal and photovoltaic,
          wind, biomass and small hydro.
JEE 659   Energy from Biomass                                                                      3(3-0-6)
          Prerequisite: None
          The objective of the course is for students to understand the advantages of bio-energy production
          and various technologies for biomass conversion for heat and power. Biomass handling and
          processing: charcoal and biomass briquette preparation, biofuel and biogas production. Thermal
          and thermochemical conversion processes: Pyrolysis, gasification and combustion. Finally, the
          impact on environment and the policy framework for biomass utilization will be discussed.
JEE 661   Atmospheric Boundary Layer Science                                                      3(3-0–6)
          Prerequisite: Atmospheric Science
          This course aims to give students an understanding of the processes in the atmospheric boundary
          layer, with emphasis on those that are important in the human environment. Atmospheric
          thermodynamics. Radiation processes in the lower atmosphere. Energy and mass balances.
          Boundary layer micro-meteorology. Boundary layer processes and surface interactions. Modeling
          of the boundary layer. Environmental effects on the boundary layer. Turbulence. Diffusion
          processes and modeling. Boundary layer measurements.
JEE662    Atmospheric Dynamics                                                                    3(3-0-6)
          Prerequisite: Atmospheric Science
          This course gives a comprehensive survey of atmospheric dynamics which students will need to
          understand the processes involved in atmospheric modeling. Basic physical and mathematical
          concepts; the fundamental and apparent forces. Momentum, continuity and thermodynamic
          equations; spherical coordinates; scale analysis, isobaric coordinates, balanced flow, trajectory
          and streamlines; thermal wind; vertical motion; surface pressure tendency. The circulation
          theorem; the vorticity equation, the barotropic and baroclinic potential vorticity equations.
          Atmospheric turbulence; turbulent kinetic energy; boundary layer momentum equation;
          secondary circulation and spin-down. Quasi-geostrophic approximation and prediction diagnostic
          of vertical motion; baroclinic disturbance. The perturbation method; simple wave types; gravity
          waves; Rossby waves. Filtering meteorological noise; the finite difference method; the spectral
          method; primitive equation models; data assimilation.
JEE 663   Mathematical Model on Air Pollution with Applications                                      3(3-0-6)
          Prerequisites: Knowledge of computer program
          This course will give a general description of existing problems on air pollution, and
          mathematical principles and conceptual tools to investigate the transport and evolution processes
          of atmospheric trace gases and aerosols in the troposphere. It covers basic principles on planetary
          boundary layer physics, numerical methods for simulating boundary structure and local terrain-
          induced circulations and for modeling transport and diffusion of trace gases and aerosols in the
          troposphere with Eulerian and Lagragian approach.
JEE 664   Air Pollution Modeling                                                                   3(3-0-6)
          Prerequisite: Atmospheric Science
          The objective of the course is to enable students to understand and apply air pollution modeling
          techniques. General description of existing problems in air pollution. Mathematical principles and
          conceptual tools for investigating the transport and chemical evolution processes of atmospheric
          trace gases and aerosols in the troposphere. Planetary boundary layer theory. Numerical methods
          for simulating the boundary layer structure and local terrain-induced circulations, and for
          modeling transport and diffusion of trace gases and aerosols in the troposphere with Eulerian and
          Lagrangian approaches. Applications and software.
JEE 665   Environmental Modeling                                                                   3(3-0-6)
          Prerequisite: None
          The objective of the course is to introduce students to the application of mathematical modeling
          to environmental systems – air, water, soil and the ecosystem. Mass and energy balances,
          transport phenomena – advection, dispersion/diffusion, reactor types and reaction kinetics. Air:
          introduction to atmospheric chemistry, plume models, short and long distance transport of air
          pollutants. Water: contaminant fate and transport in lakes, rivers, groundwater. Ecological
          modeling: Ecological processes – photosynthesis, algal growth, fish growth and single population
          growth; modeling population dynamics – growth models, interactions between populations.
JEE 666   Atmospheric Science                                                                    3(3-0-6)
          Prerequisite: Environmental Pollution Control Technology
          This course will describe the atmospheric chemistry and physics necessary to understand the
          relationships between emissions, atmospheric transformations and transport. It will present the
          photochemistry and chemical kinetics and mechanisms of homogeneous and heterogeneous
          organic and inorganic reactions of significance in the atmosphere. It will discuss measurement
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          techniques for a variety of gaseous and aerosols. It will present the basics of atmospheric
          dynamics as it relates to meteorology, pollutant dispersion, and long-range transport of pollutants.
          It will also introduce the atmospheric radiative balance, the evapo-transpiration as well the
          precipitation. It will present a basic introduction to modeling of atmospheric processes for
          understanding and developing control strategies in urban, regional and global scale atmospheric
          problems.
JEE 667   Environmental Pollution Control Technology                                                 3(3-0-6)
          Prerequisite: None
          The objective of this course is to provide a broad based introduction to aspects of environmental
          pollution and control in air, water and soil media. The course will introduce environmental
          monitoring and analysis techniques and environmental impact assessment. The course will
          include an introduction to pollutants present in aqueous systems, the fate and transport of these
          pollutants, and an introduction to water and waste water treatment processes. The course will
          include an introduction to the sources, fate and transport of air pollutants, and an introduction to
          air pollution control technology. It will also include an introduction to solid and hazardous
          wastes, their fate and interactions with other media, and handling, control and treatment
          technologies.
JEE 668   Air Pollution Control                                                                      3(3-0-6)
          Prerequisite: None
          The course aims to provide an overview of air pollution control technologies. Air pollution
          sources and effects of air pollutants. Applications of meteorological data in air pollution control.
          Automobile and industrial emission control technologies. Measurement and analysis of air
          pollutants, ambient air quality monitoring, air quality standards and criteria setting.
JEE 671   Life Cycle Assessment                                                                      3(3-0-6)
          Prerequisite: None
          The objective of this course is to introduce the students to the concept of pollution prevention and
          life cycle thinking. The systems approach to dealing with environmental pollution problems is
          highlighted and Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) is introduced as an assessment tool. The course
          details are as follows. Basics of environmental interactions: Biogeochemical cycles and
          environmental impacts – global, regional and local. LCA: Introduction; methodology – goal,
          scope, inventory analysis, impact assessment; software; improvement analysis, like identification
          of environmental "hotspots". Application of LCA to waste management and energy conversion
          systems. Product stewardship and design for environment.
JEE 672   Instrumentation for energy and environmental samples analysis                            3(3-0-6)
          Prerequisite: None
          Basic principles of environmental analysis. Sampling of environmental samples (soil, water, air,
          waste). Sample preparation (gaseous, liquid, solid). Detection methods. Elemental analysis for
          solid, liquid and gaseous samples (ultimate analysis, heavy metals, …). Molecular analysis and
          separation techniques of solid, liquid and gaseous samples (PAH, VOC,……) Application of
          electrochemical and biochemical methods (biosensors, enzymic,…). Examples of applications.
          Data analysis andinterpretation.
          The course will be divided into 2 parts: lecture or theory part an laboratory or experimental part.
          The experimental part will also include field study.
JEE 673   Waste Treatment Technology                                                                 3(3-0-6)
          Prerequisite: None
          The objective of the course is to introduce students to pollution treatment technologies for
          wastewater, solid and hazardous waste. Wastewater treatment: Characterization – physical,
          chemical and biological; physicochemical unit operations – screening, filtration, size/volume
          reduction, mixing, sedimentation, flotation, flocculation, adsorption, disinfection; reactor types
          and modeling – batch and continuous stirring tank reactor (CSTR) kinetics; biological processes
          – microbial kinetics, suspended and attached growth systems, aerobic and anaerobic treatment
          systems. Solid waste treatment: Solid waste generation and characterization; waste separation and
          preliminary mechanical-biological treatment; waste treatment – recycling, landfill composting,
          incineration. Hazardous waste treatment: Characterization of hazardous wastes and legislation;
          risk assessment; processing and treatment methods – physicochemical, biological, stabilization
          and solidification, thermal treatment, secure landfilling; remediation of contaminated sites.
JEE681    Environmental Chemistry and Ecotoxicology                                               3(3-0-6)
          Prerequisite : None
          Chemistry of environmental media (soil, air and water resources) and their geochemical and
          biological interactions. Pollutant behaviour and their interactions and bioaccumulation in the
          environment and food chains. Reactions of natural living organisms with pollutants and their
          toxicity and adverse effects upon the ecosystem. Sustainability of the biosphere. Environmental
          critical load. Threshold limits of ecotoxicology. Mechanisms and modes of interactions within
          the ecosytem.       Ecological standardisation.   Environmental monitoring. Ecological risk
          assessment.
JEE 682   Environmental and Health Risk Assessment                                                  3(3-0-6)
          Prerequisite: None
          The objective of this course is to understand concepts of risk assessment and to gain a knowledge
          of risk estimates, as well as the applications of risk assessment in the environmental management
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          and planning systems. Introduction to Environmental and Health Risk Assessment. Use of
          statistical tools for risk assessment. Transport and transfer processes of pollutants in soil, water
          and air. Risk assessment: risk characterization, exposure, dose-response and target level
          calculations. Risk-Based Decisions for Corrective Action.
JEE 683   Environment and Energy                                                                   3(3-0-6)
          Prerequisite: None
          Global energy flows. Biological energy and ecosystems. Sources of energy, their merits and
          environmental issues. Technologies of energy production with emphasis on power generation,
          such as steam turbine and gas turbine power plants, cogeneration of heat and power, nuclear
          power plants. Wind and solar energy technologies. Energy related environmental problems: cost-
          benefit analysis, thermal pollution, air pollution, radioactivity, etc. Projected energy use and
          growth reduction by conservation.
JEE 684   GIS and Remote Sensing                                                                3(3-0-6)
          Prerequisite: None
          This course describes the concepts and the applications of GIS and Remote Sensing as a tool in
          environmental management and planning. Principles of remote sensing. Physical background in
          electromagnetic wave theory. Propagation of electromagnetic radiation and its interaction with
          matter. Spectral signature, data acquisition, and digital image processing techniques. Image
          classification. Accuracy assessment. Geographic Information Systems (GIS). Characteristics of
          spatial information database. Mapping concepts and data structure. Data management
          techniques. Data acquisition, manipulation and analysis. Map output generation. Application of
          GIS and remote sensing in environmental management and planning.
JEE 685   Climate Change and the Ecosystem                                                     3(3-0-6)
          Prerequisite: None
          This course aims to provide an understanding of what causes climate change and how it affects
          the ecosystem. Overview of climate change science. Energy balance and radiative transfer.
          Greenhouse effect and global warming. Natural causes of climate change: solar and terrestrial
          causes. Paleoclimate and future climate changes. Assessment of climate change induced by
          anthropogenic causes. Exchanges, sources and sinks of greenhouse gases in the Ecosystem.
          Introduction to the impact of climate change on the Ecosystem. Adaptation and vulnerability of
          the Ecosystem.
JEE 686   Biotechnology for Energy and Environment                                                  3(3-0-6)
          Prerequisite: None
          The aim of this course is to provide both fundamental and advanced concepts concerning
          biotechnology for energy and environment. The important basics of microbiology, biochemistry
          and enzymology will be included. Technologies necessary for the biotechnological applications
          in the four major areas i.e. bioconversion of biomasses to energy, biomonitoring, biotreatment
          and bioremediation will be taught. Practical aspects such as biogas production from wastewater
          and solid wastes, biosensors, cellular and molecular tools, anaerobic and aerobic water treatment,
          microbial leaching of heavy metals, subsurface microbiology, environmental genomics and
          proteomics, nanotechnology for studying microbes as well as microbes and energy will be taught.
JEE 687   Biogeochemistry                                                                        3(3-0-6)
          Prerequisite: Environmental Chemistry
          The objective of the course is to understand the interaction involving biology, geology and
          chemistry in the ecosystem. Basics of biogeochemistry. Global biogeochemical cycles of major
          elements; carbon, nitrogen, sulfur, oxygen, and others. Nutrient fluxes and energy flows in the
          ecosystems. Trace gas exchanges in ecosystems. Roles of organisms and their interactions.
          Effects of human activities on natural nutrient and energy fluxes. Modeling and techniques for
          studying biogeochemical processes.
JEE 691   Climate Change Policy                                                              3(3-0-6)
          Prerequisite: None
          The objective of this course is to understand the current climate change policies driven by
          anthropogenic causes. Policy formulation and its implementation. Climate and principles of
          climate change. Natural and anthropogenic causes. Sources of emission. Emission factors and
          control of emissions. Principles and essence of United Nations Framework Convention on
          Climate Change (UNFCCC) and Montreal convention: Intergovernmental Panel on Climate
          Change (IPCC) and its assessment reports. Scenario of emissions (SRES) model. International
          agreements and standards involved in Greenhouse gas (GHG) reduction. Kyoto protocol and its
          instruments: joint implementation, emission trading, clean development mechanism and related
          national policies.
JEE692    Urban Environmental Management                                                           3(3-0-6)
          Prerequisite: None
          The goal of the course is to allow students to understand how to manage and control the
          environmental problems in urban areas. Topics covered in the course will include: sustainable
          development and eco-efficiency; structure and characteristics of urban area; public administration
          and management; planning and management methodology; environmental problem and pollution
          control; urban health; and urban environmental indicators and monitoring systems. Management
          tools to be introduced will include: Urban Environmental Management Systems (EMS); and
          Integrated Environmental Management Systems (IEMS).
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JEE693   Environmental Auditing and Management in Industry                                       3(3-0-6)
         Prerequisite: None
         The aim of the course is to enable the students to understand industrial environmental problems,
         and how to manage these problems in industry. The course should provide the students with the
         necessary background to implement environmental audits according to standards, such as ISO
         14001. The course will introduce the concept of environmental auditing, and the pertinent laws
         and regulations. The course will also include an introduction of environmental accounting and an
         introduction to integrated environmental management system (IEMS) for industries, with their
         management and design tools to implement an IEMS in industry. Finally case studies of
         environmental accounting and auditing will be presented and discussed.
EM 611   Management of Technology                                                                3(3-0-6)
         Prerequisite : None
         Technology change and corporate strategic planning. Technology forecasting. R & D
         organization and management. Project selection and priorities, decision making tools. Innovation
         and commercialization. Technology transfer. Risk assessment.
EM 612   Project Management                                                                       3(3-0-6)
         Prerequisite : None
         Project management functions. Identification and formulation. Feasibility analysis, and economic
         evaluation. Project appraisal. Implementation, scheduling and cost control. Case studies and
         software applications.
EM 613   Energy Management                                                                   3(3-0-6)
         Prerequisite : None
         Basic concepts. World and local energy situations. Issues and institution set up. Demand for
         energy and economic growth, energy pricing systems and policies. Fuels and electricity,
         conversion, substitution and technology options. Supply analysis and strategies. Income and
         price elasticities of energy. Economics of energy conservation. Energy demand management,
         measures and methodologies. Programme formulation and implementation. Barriers to
         conservation and supporting measures. Demand side management programme. Corporate
         energy management programme. Monitoring and targeting.
EM 614   Economic Foundations                                                                     3(3-0-6)
         Prerequisite : None
         Basic concepts, scarcity, choices, trade-offs, and resource allocation. Demand and supply, and the
         role of prices. The theories of consumers and producers, economic efficiency and welfare, and
         marginal cost pricing. Cost and benefit analysis concepts, opportunity costs, resource depletion,
         discount rates and present values. Externalities and shadow pricing, consumer's surplus, rents,
         and producer's surplus, opportunity cost of capital, discounted transfer payments, sunk costs,
         shadow exchange rates and shadow rates of interest. Project economic analysis, case studies.
EM 615   Management Information Systems                                                        3(3-0-6)
         Prerequisite : None
         Fundamental of information systems. Role and importance of information systems in
         administrative works. Computer applications in the management of information systems.
         Development and safety protection. Management techniques in organization using information
         technology. Information society. Trend and role of information systems in the future. Current
         applications including energy related areas.
EM 621   Energy Conversion and Distribution                                                       3(3-0-6)
         Prerequisite : Thermal Energy Analysis
         A study on the characteristics of energy conversion methods and equipments, with emphasis on
         the generation, storage and distribution of electricity. Classification of power plants. Thermal
         power plants. Cogeneration and combined-cycle generation. Fuel requirements. Rankine-cycle
         engine. Hydrogeneration. Solar, wind, and nuclear generation. Comparative economic study of
         the conversion system, the storage and distribution system; grid and distributive systems,
         marginal cost and tariff.
EM 622   Energy Performance Indices                                                               3(3-0-6)
         Prerequisite : None
         A study on the evaluation of energy performance of energy consuming processes and devices.
         Domestic consumption and appliances; stove, lighting equipments, fans, air-conditioners and
         other appliances. Other tertiary sectors, commercial and service, task requirement and energy
         consumption. Rural sector, classification of activities and energy requirement. Industrial sector,
         energy per unit and per ton of production. Transportation sector, energy per passenger-km, or
         freight ton-km.
EM 631   Energy System Planning                                                                   3(3-0-6)
         Prerequisite : None
         System characteristics and data requirements for planning. System objectives. Planning in
         electricity, generation and distribution, demand and load characteristics, tariff and investment.
         Hydro system. Oil, gas, coal and nuclear systems. Energy supply planning.Energy policy and
         institutions. Structure of the energy institutes and influence on policy.



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EM 632   Energy Modeling                                                                     3(3-0-6)
         Prerequisite : None
         Energy consumption and supply balance, energy matrix. Thailand sectorial energy consumption.
         Energy supply and intermediate energy forms. Principles of model building. Model types,
         construction of projection functions. Data requirements, Sensitivity and model verification.
         Policy analysis and choice of models. Linkage with other national models, macro-economic,
         population planning and agricultural models.
EM 633   Rural Energy Study                                                                 3(3-0-6)
         Prerequisite : None
         The rural economy, the structure of the economy and macro-economic pattern. The agriculture
         pattern and agricultural plans.Pattern of rural energy consumption. Energy resource and
         distribution. Energy and agriculture. Energy and rural industry.Projection of future energy
         demand through a consumption model linkage with the national economic and agriculture
         models.
         Rural electrification and other energy delivery.
EM 634   Advanced Energy System Engineering                                                3(3-0-6)
         Prerequisite : Energy System Engineering
         Network analysis, and the balanced macro-energy system. Project Management, PERT/CPM.
         Problem formulation and the constrained solution. Inventory model. Probability and random
         process. Generation of random variable and simulation. Dynamic programming and nonlinear
         programming. Unconstrained and constrained optimization.
EM 635   Systems Engineering                                                                    3(3-0-6)
         Prerequisite : None
         Basic concepts and definitions. Systems approach and methodologies. The importance of
         objectives, constraints, environments, resources, participating elements and management in
         problem solving. Systems life cycle. Analysis of systems, and tools. Systems engineering and
         stages of operation. Appraisals and testings. Applications of systems approach to management.
EM 641   Electrical Energy Analysis                                                             3(3-0-6)
         Prerequisite : Electrotechnology
         Fundamentals of electrical power engineering, analysis and measurement methods for power and
         energy in three phase circuits.Electro-magnetism, magnetic circuit and energy transfer.
         Application of thermodynamics to the analysis of electromagnetic circuits, transformer, motor,
         and generator. Management of electrical energy. Distribution circuits and equipments. Electrical
         tariff.Load and demand management. Power factor and loss management.
EM 642   Electrical Energy Utilization                                                        3(3-0-6)
         Prerequisite : Electrical Energy Analysis
         Use and efficiency of electrical equipments. Electric heating equipments, resistance heater,
         induction, infrared, and dielectric heater. Welder. Elevator, escalator and conveyer. Blower,
         pump and compressor.
EM 651   Thermal Energy Utilization                                                          3(3-0-6)
         Prerequisite : Thermal Energy Analysis and Advanced Heat Transfer
         Use and efficiency of heat equipments. First and second law consideration. Boiler and steam
         equipments. Steam driven prime mover. Evaporator and condenser. Dryer. Preheater and
         economizer. Pyrolysis and gasifier.
EM 671   Energy Conservation for Buildings                                                   3(3-0-6)
         Prerequisite : Solar Energy
         Comfort cooling and psychrometry. Air quality and air change. Building utility, facility and
         energy requirement. Building energy load and thermal dynamics. Solar heat gain, shading, and
         illuminous effect. Measurement and control of energy in building. Formulation of control
         algorithm.Instrumentation for measurement and control.
EM 672   Energy Conservation for Industries                                                     3(3-0-6)
         Prerequisite : None
         Energy fundamentals. Energy management programme and promotion. Surveys and audits,
         metering techniques and analysis methodologies. Sankey diagram and energy balances.
         Estimation of energy conservation potentials and economic evaluation.Energy management in
         industrial processes and equipments : steam and condensate systems, combustion processes,
         liquid heating systems, furnaces, kilns, dryers, refrigerating systems, cold rooms and freezers,
         compressed air systems, pumps, fans and motors. Waste heat recovery principles. Efficient use
         of electricity. Cogeneration. Case studies.
EM 681   Energy Management in Transport                                                          3(3-0-6)
         Prerequisite : Basic Economics
         Transportation systems : comparison and choice criteria, government role, transport components
         and services. Transportation economics : cost and pricing, project evaluation. The use of energy
         in transport, energy efficiency of various modes, saving measures and strategies relating to
         engineering aspects, transport management, traffic management, infrastructure and urban form.
TT 511   Combustion and Emission Control                                                        3(3-0-6)
         Prerequisite : Thermodynamics or Thermal Engineering
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         Production of solid, liquid and gaseous fuels with emphasis on biomass, petroleum, coal and oil
         shales. Fuel properties and tests. Stoichiometry. Normal and abnormal combustion processes in
         internal combustion engines, emission characteristics and options for emission controls.Mass
         transfer theory: Reynold's flow model, mass transfer conductance and Spalding's         transfer
         number. Modified Reynold's flow model, Schmidt number, modification of heat transfer
         equations. Applications of mass transfer theory in predicting rates of combustion, vaporization,
         absorption of gases, etc.
TT 561   Advanced Thermodynamics                                                                3(3-0-6)
         Prerequisite : Thermodynamics or Thermal Engineering
         Review of thermodynamic definitions and concepts, the first and second laws of
         thermodynamics. Concepts of combined system and environment and dead state. Availability,
         irreversibility, exergy and applications to control mass and control volume analyses. Chemical
         availability. Second law efficiencies for control mass and control volume. Applications of
         availability and exergy to engineering cycles. Lindhoff analysis for heat transfer network.
         Thermo-economics based on exergy and trading off energy against capital.
TT 581   Measurement and Instrumentation                                                            3(2-2-4)
         Prerequisite : None
         Principles and practices in measurement of physical properties such as temperature, pressure,
         velocity, flow rates of liquids and gases, heat transfer rates, heating values, etc. Data recording
         and telemetry. Error analysis. Instrumentation for quality control of liquid and vapour.
TT 622   Thermal System Design                                                                 3(3-0-6)
         Prerequisite : Fluid Mechanics and Thermodynamics or equivalent
         Design procedure. Comparison between a workable system and optimum system. Equation fitting
         for characterization of thermal equipment and processes based on experimental data. Modeling of
         thermal equipment and processes based on physical law. Simulation of thermal systems. Selected
         optimization techniques for thermal system such as Lagrange Multiplier, search methods, linear
         programming, etc. Engineering economics.
TT 632   Waste Heat Recovery                                                                      3(3-0-6)
         Prerequisite : Heat Transfer
         Analysis of waste heat from various equipment. Heat exchangers. Waste heat recovery between
         gas and gas, gas and liquid and liquid and liquid. Cogeneration of heat and power: topping cycles
         and bottoming cycles. Waste heat recovery from lighting systems. Heat pumps. Thermal
         insulation.
TT 663   Steam and Gas Turbine Systems                                                        3(3-0-6)
         Prerequisite : Thermodynamics
         The importance of second law in relation to steam and gas turbine plants. Performance criteria
         and parameters. Steam plants for power production and thermal processes. Method of improveing
         performance. Cogeneration. Industrial gas turbine. Effects of various parameters on plants
         performance. Component chracteristics. Performance matching. Combined cycles.
ET 617   Fuels and Combustion                                                                      3(3-0-6)
         Prerequisite : Thermodynamics
         Classification of fuels. Properties, test, and production of solid, liquid and gaseous fuels with
         emphasis on biomass, petroleum, coal and oil shales. Stoichiometry. Heating values. Normal and
         abnormal combustion processes in internal combustion engines. Mass transfer theory : Reynolds
         flux, driving force and their determinations. Applications of mass transfer theory in vaporization,
         condensation, dissolution, transpiration cooling and combustion processes and prediction of
         combustion rates in internal combustion engines.
ET 621   Advanced Heat Transfer                                                                 3(3-0-6)
         Prerequisite : Heat Transfer
         Laminar forced convection in circular, non-circular, annular cross-sectioned conduits and over
         external surfaces of axis-symmetrical bodies. Turbulent forced convection over ducts and flat
         plates. Boiling and condensation. Simultaneous heat and mass transfer systems. Heat conduction
         and radiation. Solutions of steady and transient heat conduction problems by analytical
         integrated techniques and other numerical methods. Conduction problems including heat sources.
         Radiation heat transfer sources, geometric factors. Radiation from clouds and gases.
ET 622   Thermal Energy Analysis                                                                 3(3-0-6)
         Prerequisite : Thermodynamics
         Second law of thermodynamics, availability concept and availability analysis. Second law
         efficiencies. Availability property relations. Exergy. Applications of availability analysis and
         exergy to thermodynamic processes and engineering cycles and co-generation systems. Energy
         audit and management in various thermal energy system with emphasis on boiler, furnaces, steam
         equipment. Lindhoff analysis. Energy target, simple design for maximum energy recovery.
         Trading off energy against capital. Thermo-economic analysis.
ET 626   Drying of Foods and Cereal Grains                                                   3(3-0-6)
         Prerequisite : Basic Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer
         Air-humidity properties. Air movement. Equilibrium moisture contents. Thermophysical
         properties of food and grains.Grain drying systems.Rigorous and simplified analysis of grain

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         drying: single-kernel, thin layer, and deep-bed grain drying. Analysis of food drying : fixed-bed
         and moving-bed drying, spray drying, drum drying.
ET 627   Energy System Design                                                                     3(3-0-6)
         Prerequisite : Fluid Mechanics and Thermodynamics or equivalent
         Designing a workable system or an optimum system. Engineering economics. Equation fitting for
         characterisation of energy equipment using experimental data. Modeling of energy equipment
         based upon physical laws. Energy system modelling and simulation. Selected optimization
         techniques for energy systems.
ET 647   Refrigeration and Air Conditioning                                                       3(3-0-6)
         Prerequisite : Thermodynamics
         Review of processes, cycles and designs of refrigeration and air conditioning systems. Absorption
         refrigeration with emphasis on solar energy application. Theory and methods of food freezing and
         preservation. Advanced studies of air conditioning systems with environmental and economic
         considerations.
ET 683   Design and Analysis of Experiments                                                   3(3-0-6)
         Prerequisite : None
         Randomized block, t-test, factorial and factorial design confounding, response surface
         methodology. Mathematical model building and nonlinear estimation ; determination of optimum
         condition.
ET 690   Energy Resources and Conversion Technology                                                 3(3-0-6)
         Prerequisite : None
         Current situation, technologies and outlook of energy sources and consumptions. Potential
         strategies of energy conservation. Selected topics on solar energy utilization for heating, cooling
         and generating. Wind energy. Geothermal energy. Hydropower. Biofuels. Nuclear energy.
         Reports and examinations of topics in this course have to be submitted for grading.
ET 691   Nuclear Energy Technology                                                                  3(3-0-6)
         Prerequisite : None
         Nuclear Reaction : fission, atomic structure, radioactivity. Reactor theory : criticality condition,
         homogeneous reactor systems, heterogeneous reactor systems, determination of critical size.
         Nuclear reactor systems : pressurized water reactor, boiling water reactor, heavy water reactor.
         Nuclear fuel : fuel cycle, fuel material, enrichment, reprocessing, waste disposal, fuel
         management, fuel cycle cost. Reactor structural materials : reactor unit, moderator, product
         poisoning, control system, reactor analysis and operation. Reactor safety : radiation protection,
         reactor safeguards. Environmental effect from nuclear energy. Cost analysis of nuclear power
         plants.
ET 692   Bio-Energy Conversion                                                                    3(3-0-6)
         Prerequisite : None
         Concepts of biomass and energy transformation. Conversion and utilization of biomass to food,
         fibre, chemicals and fuel. Photosynthetic process and photo- chemical reactions in plants. Photo-
         production of hydrogen. Fermentation process and conversion of agricultural wastes to viable
         fuel alternatives. Alcoholic fermentation, methane production. Engineering, operation and
         economic considerations of bio-digesters.
ET 693   Coal Technology                                                                          3(3-0-6)
         Prerequisite : None
         Chemical and physical properties of coal. Coal mining and handling. Combustion processes for
         coal and environmental considerations. Destructive distillation, gasification and liquefaction of
         coal. Special attentions are given to domestic lignite.
ET 695   Solar Cells and Applications                                                                3(3-0-6)
         Prerequisite :None
         Concepts of energy conversion. Basic semiconductor theory and PN junctions. Solar cells :
         photovoltaic effect, solar cell characteristics, materials and technology. Terrestrial application of
         solar cells: dimensioning and economic consideration, examples of applications.
ET 696   Advanced Solar Energy of Thermal Processes                                                  3(3-0-6)
         Prerequisite : Solar Energy
         Advanced solar collectors, heat storage, solar water heaters, solar drying, solar distillation, solar
         pond, long term performance of solar water heating and drying, economics of solar equipments.
EV 510    Air and Noise Pollution Control                                                           3(3-0-6)
         Prerequisite : None
         Propagation of atmospheric pollutants. Air quality standard and criteria setting. Impacts of air
          pollution and control of mobile and stationary sources. Emission control technology. Industrial
          air pollution control. General characteristics of sound. Noise sources and evaluation. Techniques
          to control and reduce environmental noise.
EV 520   Waste Water Treatment                                                                 3(3-0-6)
         Prerequisite : None
         Properties, structures and functions of bacteria, algae, fungi and protozoa. Growth and
         metabolism of microbes. Sterilization and analysis of water quality. Activated sludge process.
         Sludge drying bed. Anaerobic digestion. Planning, feasibility assessment and site selection for

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         water treatment by natural processes. Basic process responses and interactions. Fundamentals of
         waste water treatment by natural processes such as stabilization ponds, land treatment systems,
         waste water reuse, etc.
EV 527   Ecosystem and Ecotechnology                                                               3(3-0-6)
         Prerequisite :None
         Structure of ecosystem, air, water, soil and biodiversity. Biogeochemical cycle, global production
         and decomposition.Energy flow, population dynamics, biological balance and biological control.
         Factors affecting ecosystem, natural conservation. Principle and need of ecotechnology,
         economic aspects, its applications and case studies in the ecosystem.
EV 603   Noise Pollution & Control                                                           2(1-0-4)
         Prerequisite :None
         Physical properties of sound waves. The human ear and ear damage. Subjective rating methods
         from basic noise measurements. Measurement instruments and techniques. Sound absorption,
         standards and recommendations for noise control.
EV 611   Air Pollution and Control                                                             3(3-0-6)
         Prerequisite :None
         Air pollution sources and effects of air pollutants. Applications of meteorological data in air
         pollution control, automobile and industrial emission control technologies. Measurement and
         analysis of air pollutants, ambient air quality monitoring, air quality standard and criteria
         setting.
EV 612   Combustion & Mass Transfer                                                              3(3-0-6)
         Prerequisite : Thermal Engineering
         Classification of fuels. Properties, test and production of solid, liquid and gaseous fuels with
         emphasis on biomass, petroleum, coal and oil shales. Stoichiometry. Fundamental of fluidized
         bed combustion. Combustion processes in fuels, equipments, and internal combustion engines
         and pollution control. Mass transfer theory: Reynolds flux, Spalding transfer number and their
         determinations. Applications of mass transfer theory in vaporization, dissolution and combustion
         processes and prediction of combustion rates.
EV 621   Water Quality                                                                            3(3-0-6)
         Prerequisite : None
         Physical, chemical and biological properties of water and waste water. Pollutants and their effects
         upon ecosystems. Various methods of treatment. Water quality criteria and uses. Analytical
         techniques.
EV 623   Advanced Wastewater Treatment                                                             3(3-0-6)
         Prerequisite : None
         Chemical constituents and their effects in wastewater. Nitrogen and phosphorus removal. Design
         criteria of biological process. Design of removal processes of refractory organics, dissolved
         inorganic substances; carbon adsorption, ion exchange, ultrafiltration, electrodialysis. Utilization
         or disposal of concentrated contaminants resulting from advanced wastwater treatment.
EV 624   Environmental Health                                                                     3(3-0-6)
         Prerequisite : None
         Methods of controlling communicable disease                 vectors,    epidemiology and public
         health.Social and environmental factors affecting health, communicable diseases, public health,
         on-site collection and treatment, collection and off-site treatment, recovery and reuse.
EV 625   Thermal Pollution Management Technology                                                   3(3-0-6)
         Prerequisite : None
         Thermal pollution and its effects on environment. Fundamentals of stratified fluid flows and
         heat transfer processes. Industrial cooling water.Technology for thermal pollution reduction.
         Design methodology for cooling towers, cooling ponds, and intakes and outfalls of heated
         effluents from thermal power plants. Study of thermal pollution problems by mathematical
         modelling, hydraulic modelling, and pilot plants. Thermal pollution laws and regulations.
EV 631   Hazardous Materials & Safe Disposal of Hazardous Wastes                                    3(3-0-6)
         Prerequisite : None
         Basic principles of hazardous materials, atomic structure and chemical reactivity, combustion
         mechanisms of reactive materials, gas laws governing temperature, pressure, and volume,
         behavior of compressed and cryogenic gases, explosive mechanism, shock waves, toxicity of
         materials, corrosive materials, radioactive materials.Hazardous waste treatment technologies,
         physical, chemical and biological treatments, treatments by precipitation, sedimentation,
         chemical oxidation, neutralization, extraction, incineration, landfills, land treatment, and ocean
         disposal.
EV 632   Treatment and Utilization of Solid Wastes                                               3(3-0-6)
         Prerequisite : None
         Sources, types and composition of wastes to be treated and utilized. Advantage and disadvantage
         in recycling wastes. Basic processing technologies. Processes of utilizing inorganic and organic
         wastes: composting, feed stuff, energy, chemical, landfill and land treatment.



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EV 640   Environmental Analysis & Control                                                       3(3-0-6)
         Prerequisite : None
         Important environmental standard, management and planning for pollution control, pollution
         measurement and control techniques. Characteristics of municipal, toxic and radioactive wastes.
         Fundamentals of economic and social analyses.
EV 641   Environmental Impact & Assessment                                                  3(3-0-6)
         Prerequisite : None
         Various elements of environmental impact statements and environmental impact assessment of
         air, water, noise, biological, culture resources, socioeconomic and other relevant projects.
         Systems approach to energy and environment. Analytical tools, techniques and their
         applications on the environmental impact measurement of various projects both beneficial and
         adverse are discussed. Case studies.
EV 642   Environmental Quality Management                                                       3(3-0-6)
         Prerequisite : None
         Setting of environmental standards, data management and translation to standards. Procedure and
         methodology of environmental impact assessment. Planning of measurement and environmental
         quality, monitoring, establishment and organization of control agencies. Industrialization and
         urbanization management, resource conservation.
EV 643   Modeling in Environmental Engineering                                                3(3-0-6)
         Prerequisite : None
         Fundamentals of mathematical modeling in environmental engineering. Process of model
         building. Types of models, e.g. deterministic, stochastic and compartment models. Model
         fitting. Application of models, e.g. to nutrient cycle in wetlands, pesticide transformation,
         atmospheric transport of sulphur dioxide, local and regional distribution of air pollution,
         ecosystem sensitivity to acidic deposition, and GIS. Environmental case studies.




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Dr. Bundit Fungtammasan            Associate Professor and Director                     4101      director@jgsee.kmutt.ac.th
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Mrs. Chanida Wongchanglor          School Secretary                                     4135      chanida_w@jgsee.kmutt.ac.th

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Energy Division

Dr. Chumnong Sorapipatana          Assistant Professor and Division chair               4105      chumnong@jgsee.kmutt.ac.th

Dr. Ing. Christoph Menke           Professor and Industrial Outreach Advisor            4130      Menke_c@jgsee.kmutt.ac.th
                                   Professor and Chief Editor of the Journal of
Dr. R. H. B. Exell                                                                      4118      exell@jgsee.kmutt.ac.th
                                   AJEE
Dr. Navadol Laosiripojana          Lecturer                                             4146      Navadol_l@jgsee.kmutt.ac.th

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Dr. Suneerat Pipatmanomai          Lecturer                                             4148      suneerat_p@jgsee.kmutt.ac.th

Mrs. Kanyarat Panpitanusorn        Secretary, Energy Division                           4142      Ent_div@jgsee.kmutt.ac.th

Ms. Jittawadee Deakhuntod          Technical Officer, Energy Lab                        4131      Jittawadee_d@jgsee.kmutt.ac.th

Ms. Onwadee Chomchoey              Assistant Secretary, 4142/4147
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                                                                                    Ent_div@jgsee.kmutt.ac.th
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                                   (IOP)                                                4147

Environment Division

Dr. Sirintornthep Towprayoon       Associate Professor and Division Chair               4133      sirin@jgsee.kmutt.ac.th
Dr. Savitri Garivait               Assistant Professor and Managing Editor of
                                   The Asian Journal of Energy and Environment
                                                                                        4134      savitri_g@jgsee.kmutt.ac.th
                                   (AJEE)
Dr. Amnat Chidthaisong             Assistant Professor & Lecturer                       4119      amnat_c@jgsee.kmutt.ac.th

Dr. Shabbir H.Gheewala             Assistant Professor & Lecturer                       4139      Shabbir_g@jgsee.kmutt.ac.th

Dr. Srisuda Dhamwichukorn          Lecturer                                             4117      srisuda@ jgsee.kmutt.ac.th

Dr. Sebastien Bonnet               Research Associate                                   4152      sebastien@jgsee.kmutt.ac.th

Ms. Pimhatai Changdamri            Secretary, Environment Division                      4132      Env_div@jgsee.kmutt.ac.th

Ms. Supaphan Pinthong              Assistant Secretary, Environment Division            4140      supaphan@jgsee.kmutt.ac.th

Ms. Ubonwan Chaiyo                 Laboratory Supervisor                                4122      Env_Lab@jgsee.kmutt.ac.th


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