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Maejo University

Faculty of Engineering and Agro-Industry

 

Information of the Faculty

Historical background

Founded in 1997 with 3 departments

  • Agricultural and Food Engineering Dept.

  • Food Science and Technology Dept.

  • Postharvest Technology Dept.

In 2005, Food Engineering curriculum was set up.

In 2005, Rubber and Polymer Technology curriculum was established.

In 2005, Master degrees were offered in

  • Food Engineering

  • Food Technology

  • Postharvest Technology

In 2015 Ph.D. Food Engineering was offered

 

Philosophy, Vision, Missing Bracket, Objective, and Identity

Philosophy

Produce and develop graduates in engineering and agro-industry to be knowledgeable with virtue and ethics.

Vision

To be international excellent in engineering and agro-industry

Mission

      • Produce and develop graduates to be knowledgeable and skillful in engineering and agro-industry. They must process virtue, morality, and Thai culture.

      • Construct and extend innovation and body of knowledge on engineering and agro-industry to the society.

      • Maintain arts and culture and conserve nature and environment.

      • Construct an effective managerial administration system placing the importance on good governance

Objectives

      • To produce and develop graduates to be knowledgeable and skillful in engineering and agro-industry. They must process virtue, morality, and Thai culture.

      • To construct innovation and body of knowledge in engineering and agro-industry

      • To service academy and extend innovation and knowledge to the society.

      • To maintain arts and culture and conserve nature and environment

      • To construct an effective managerial administration system placing the importance on good governance.

Identity

Excellent skills, virtue, and progressive technology

General Information

Students enrolled in 2016 :     918

Staff :     85

Associate Professors: 7

Assistant Professors: 17

Lecturers: 21

Academic assistants: 38

Buildings :          6

      1. Engineering Complex      (17,175 sq. m.)

      2. Engineering Shop          (3,488 sq. m.)

      3. Panom Samitanont         (9,350 sq. m.)

      4. Pilot Plant       (1,815 sq. m.)

      5. Packing House (1,660 sq. m.)

      6. Rubber and Polymer Tech.           (2,262 sq. m.)

 

 

Degree Offered

Ø Undergraduated Program

               B.Eng. Agricultural Engineering (153 credits)

               B.Eng. Food Engineering (152 credits)

               B.S. Food Science and Technology (141 credits)

               B.S. Postharvest Technology (139 credits)

               B.S. Rubber and Polymer Technology (142 credits)

Ø Graduated Program

               M.Eng in Food Engineering (36 credits)

               M.S. in Food Science and Technology (36 credits)

               M.S. in Postharvest Technology (36 credits)

               Ph.D. in Food Engineering

Quality Assurance

The Faculty of Engineering and Agro-Industry has the quality assurance system to determine a guideline for operating, monitoring, and evaluating the implementation outcomes based on main tasks of the faculty.  This must be in accordance with the Ministry’s rules and regulations and methods of quality education assurance. 

 

Agricultural Engineering: to study engineering principles and their applications in the design of machinery and systems for agricultural product processing and production of biomaterials such as farm machinery, processing equipment, irrigation and farm buildings.

 

 

Food Engineering: to combines science, microbiology and engineering education for foods and related industries. Graduates can work for firms that design and build food processing plants, consulting firms and government agencies.

 

Postharvest Technology: to concentrates on the pre-harvesting, harvesting and postharvesting operations such as quality grading, standardization, GAP, GMP, HACCP and optimal preservation method to obtain the best product for exporting to foreign market and processing plants or best quality of perishable products for consumers.

 

Food Science and Technology: to emphasizes on basic knowledge of Food Science and Technology relating to food processing and manufacturing, food analysis, good manufacturing practices and food quality assurance system, and food product development.

 

Rubber and Polymer Technology: to study and focus on fundamental science relating to rubber and polymer technology. This program offers courses in the theory and practice of rubber technology and polymer science. Graduates can develop rubber and polymer products and work for industry and government.

 

Current Students 

Undergraduated students

Agricultural Engineering : 243

Food Engineering : 200

Food Science and Technology :139

Postharvest Technology : 227

Rubber and Polymer Technology: 109

                        Total  918

 

Graduated students

M.Eng in Food Engineering :  14

M.S. in Food Science and Technology : 14

Ph.D. in Food Engineering : 3

 

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Dual Degree Program

Exchange students in food engineering Maejo University and Universiti Putra Malaysia

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Student Mobility

Student visit from Department of Biological and Agricultural Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM), Selangor, Malaysia

On November 20, 2010, five (5) students from Univeristi Putra Malaysia (Selangor, Malaysia), arrived in Maejo University (MJU) to start their mobility program in the Faculty of Engineering and Agro-Industry from November 20 to December 4, 2010. These students namely, Mr. Alvin Lim Shyun Liang, Mr. Afiq Akmal Bin Md Yusop, Mr. Mohamed Abdul Rashid Safiuddin Bin Baharuddin, Miss Mas Ernawati Binti Hamdan and Miss Siti Hajar Binti Md Dolkafle.

According to the specific requirements in their curriculum, these are encourage to broaden the experiences by visiting lecture and laboratory classes, learning language and cultural differences as well as having industrial excursions in their country and/or aboard. Faculty of Engineering and Agro-Industry at Maejo University was selected to serve these purposes as is regarded as the oldest agricultural institution in Thailand.

During their stay in MJU, Dr. Sunate Surbkar, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs of Faculty of Engineering and Agro-Industry together with students and other administrators of the Faculty, were accommodating the students from UPM in all the matters. Besides academic itinerary of activities, both parties have discussed future academic collaboration.

(Dr.Sunate Surbkar, 8 Dec. 2010)


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Interns

Faculty of Engineering and Agro-Industry Hosts CLSU Food Science Student Interns
Date : 12 FEB 2010

         On January 18, 2010, three (3) senior students from the College of Home Science and Industry in Central Luzon State University (Nueva Ecija, Philippines), arrived in Maejo University to start on their actual field practice or apprenticeship program in the Faculty of Engineering and Agro-Industry from January 18 to March 12, 2010. These students, namely: Mr. Denmar Daquel, Miss Carmille Saculles and Miss Meryl Bernadino, were accompanied by Dr. Hilaria Cuaresma, Dean of the College and Mr. Joel Juvinal, College Coordinator of the Field Practice Program during their initial days in MJU.

As a pre-requisite to their graduation, students have to complete an actual field practice in any approved institution of company whether in the Philippines or abroad. As a major academic partner of CLSU. MJU has been chosen by the students and the College itself.

During their initial stay in MJU, Dr. Cuaresma and Mr. Juvinal, together with the students, were invited to the student orientation meeting provided by the Faculty Dean, Asst. Prof. Umaporn Upara and other administrators of the Faculty. Aside from the meeting where both sides discussed on future possible academic collaboration, both were guided to a brief tour of the Faculty.

(Ma. Diana P. Jantakad, 10 Feb. 2010)

 

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Our global network provides you with the opportunity to promote education or research experience. The connection of distributed far and wide - from the Maejo University of the 10th. Partner institutions and exchanges connected to the industry across Asia and North America.

MOU Outlines for Student Internship Host University provides

  • Free accommodation

  • Airport-University Transportation

Students pay

  • Air fare

  • Self expenses

Internship/career Training Program

  • Cooperative Study (9 credits)

  • 16 weeks of job training off campus

  • International Cooperative Study (9 credits)

  • 12 weeks of course taking, class visiting or job training aboard

  • Independent Study (9 credits)

    • 270 hours of technical Experience (3 credits)

    • Conducting a project (3 credits)

    • Trainings relevant to the project (2 credits)

    • Project Writing (1 credit)

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Oklahoma State University (USA)

Mississippi State University (USA)

National Chiayi University (Korea)

Chienkuo Technology University (Korea)

Guangxi Vocational & Technical Institute of Industry (China)

Northern Agriculture and Forestry College (Lao)

Universiti Putra Malaysia (Malaysia)

Bogor Agricultural University (Indonesia)

Collaboration between Bogor Agriculture University and MJU

 

 

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Power Tools Asia Cordless Race 2011

A race featuring carts designed and built by students from universities and technical institutes of five Asian countries with engines powered by Bosch lithium-ion cordless tools concluded in the north of Beijing

Ten finalist teams with winners of qualifying races in China, Malaysia, the Philippines, South Korea and Thailand earlier competed for the final race title. Team Maejo from Thailand ultimately prevailed, finishing the final race in 1’43” and become the 2011 Asian Champion. Team Endeavour from Beijing Institute of Technology, 14 seconds behind, took the 1st runner-up award.

In the King of Power contest, a 100-m race showcasing the carts’ acceleration performance, the title went to Maejo from Thailand, which got off to an explosive start and finished in 8.956 seconds.

Bosch Power Tools Asia Cordless Race 2011

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Korea International Women’s Invention Exposition 2013 (KIWIE 2013)

 


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Champion of the Food Design Contest Design Innovation 2014

Asst. Prof. Dr.Jaturapatr Varith The entry of longan drink powder.(Thailand)

The contest to design an innovative year 2557 (Design Innovation Contest, DIC 2014) held the 7th to stimulate and foster the development of innovative products with style model new emphasis on design thinking. creative differences You must have the technology Research that improves usability Manufacturing Technology The choice of materials, etc. The works must be designed to blend. Design, engineering or technology (technology element) and design creative (creative element) and can be used in real design feature is called. "Design innovation Design Innovation" will work to add value to the product as well. The design will be driven to New industry. The so-called creative industries (creative industry) is indicative of the direction and trends in the national economy in the future..


 

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Thailand Automotive Institute (TAI) supported and attended “TSAE Auto Challenge 2013-2014 Student Formula”

Thailand Automotive Institute (TAI) supported and attended “TSAE Auto Challenge 2013-2014 Student Formula” organized by Society of Automotive Engineers Thailand (TSAE) during November 15-17, 2013. Mrs. Chureerut Suwanvithaya, Advisor to President of TAI leaded management team and engineers to participate the event as judges of selection committee for the competition to win a trophy from HRH Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn. Meanwhile, TAI had been also rewarded the royal trophy from supporting 100,000 THB as the scholarship to promote automotive engineering skill development for competitive in the world market at the Thai Bridgestone Proving Ground, Saraburi. .

 His Excellency Air Chief Marshal Kamthon Sindhvananda, privy council, honored this event by giving a speech to contestants and rewarded royal trophy and gratuity to the winner team that had remarkable work: MRT team from Maejo university, Exceed_AE from Siam university and Initial team from King Mongkut’ s Institute of Technology Ladgrabang, respectively.

Mrs. Chureerut Suwanvithaya presented the trophy; supported by TAI, the Best Presentation to Lukeprabida Team from Prince of Songkla University, as well.

 

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3rd Skid-pad of the competition Student Formula Japan Competition 2014

Student Formula Japan (SFJ) is an opportunity for students to develop skills for object creation "MONO-ZUKURI", which in turn contributes to the expansion of the Japanese automotive industry. This competition was started in 2003 as a public activity for self-motivated students to cultivate various skills involved with object creation, and as training for those who will one day play critical roles in the future of the automotive industry.

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Gold Award and Bronze Award from the Korea International Women's Invention Exposition (KIWIE) 2016

Korea International Women's Invention Exposition (KIWIE) 2016 16-19 June 2559 at the Korea International Exhibition Center (KINTEX) Hall 7 A South Korea.

      1. Research Eco pseudo-ceramic tile by Dr.Napat Chantaramee with the Faculty of Science and Asst. Prof. Dr.Tithinun Rattanaplome engineering and agricultural industries. Won the Gold Award and the Gold Medal was also awarded a special Presidential Award from President of Turkey, with a prize.

      2. Research Degradable Composite Planting Material by Asst. Prof. Dr.Tithinun Rattanaplome, and Dr.Philaiwan Pornprasit achievement award  bronze Bronze Award.

 

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Student Activities









   

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Learning Base and Technology Transfer of Agricultural Machinery 

A source of information on agricultural machinery.
Is a manufacturer and distributor of agricultural machinery.
A research published in Agricultural Machinery .
A network linking agriculture.


Fb: https://www.facebook.com/AjBandit/

Web site : http://www.agroeng.mju.ac.th/engineer/SYSTEM/machinery/index.php

Blogs: http://machinery-mju.blogspot.com/

 

Research Expertise

  Agricultural Engineering

  Asst. Prof. Dr. Choatpong Kanjanaphachoat

 

  Curriculum Chairman

  e-mail: choatpong@mju.ac.th

  Doctor of Philosophy in Engineering (Bio-Industrial Mechatronics Engineering) National Chung-Hsing University

  Expertise:

  • Agricultural Sensor Technology

  • Precision Agriculture

  • Smart Farming

  Research:

  • Study and development of wireless sensor network device for precision agriculture system

  • Study on quality change of Zanthozylum Limonella after drying

  • Study and development of multi-sensors for the composting without turning method

  • The novel soil moisture sensor based on sail moisture sorption isotherm analysis

 

  Assoc. Prof. Bandit Hirunstiporn

 

  Master of Engineering in Civil Engineering,  Khon Kaen University

  Expertise:

  • Machine Design

  Research:

  • Vertical Infectious Wastes Shredder

  Asst. Prof. Dr. Thanasit Wongsiriamnuey

 

  Doctor of Philosophy in Mechanical Engineering, Chaing Mai University

  Expertise:

  • Renewable Energy

  Research:

  • Utilization of Pyrolysis oil in gasoline engine

  • Experimental study of gas production from gasification of Maize residues

  • The study of hot air distribution of Longan drying in container oven

  • Experimental Study of Gas Production from Gasification of Maize
     Residues

  • Production of briquette from corn cob as alternative fuel for drying Longan

 

  Asst. Prof. Dr. Numporn Panyoyai

  Doctor of Philosophy in Mechanical Engineering , Chaing Mai University

  Expertise:

  • Renewable Energy

  Research:

  • Improved material properties of combustion chamber of Gasifier reactor for Biomass Power Plant

  • A study of optimization of beewax melting process

 

  Asst. Prof. Dr. Sunate Surbkar

  Doctor of Philosophy in Agricultural Process Engineering, Ehime University

  Expertise:

  • Agricultural Processing

  • Postharvest Technology

  Research:

  • Development of the metal-cylinder Husker rice mill for long-grain rice

  • A process of spice and herbal drying for SMEs

  • Optimization of dried bael slices grinding using attrition mill

 

  Asst. Prof. Teerapong Sawangpanyangkura

  Master of Engineering in Environmental Engineering, Chiang Mai University

  Expertise:

  • Waste Management

  Research:

  • Organic waste compositing research

 

  Dr. Tipapon Khamdaeng

  Doctor of Philosophy in Mechanical Engineering , Chiang Mai University

  Expertise:

  • Simulation

  Research:

  • Regional pulse wave propagation in aneurysmal aorta: A three-dimensional finite element model

  • Difference in Viscoelastic properties of medical gloves vulcanized using infrared radiation combined with hot air

  • Regional pulse wave propagation in aneurysmal aorta: A three-dimensional finite element model

 

 

  Food  Engineering

  Assist. Dr. Nukrob Narkprasom

 

  Curriculum Chairman

  e-mail :  narkprasom@hotmail.com, narkprasom@gmail.com

 

  Doctor of Philosophy (Food Engineering)

National Pingtung University of Science and Technology

  Expertise:

  • Optimization

  • Extraction

  • Fermentation

  • Food Machinery Design

  Research:

  • Optimization in sugar production from sugar cane bagasse by acid hydrolysis

  • Optimization of microwave assisted extraction for crude total phenolic from Longan seeds

  • Optimization of microwave assisted extraction for crude total phenolic from Longan peels and its antioxidant activity

 

  Assoc. Prof. Dr. Somkiat Jaturonglumlert

  Doctor of Philosophy in Mechanical Engineering , Chiang Mai University

  Expertise:

  • Boiler System Design

  • Heat & Mass Transfer

  • Power Plant Engineering

  Research:

  • Mathematical model of freeze drying of mango to scale up industry process

  • Development of Spirogyra spp. Dryer eighth combined hot air and infrared heating in commercial scale

 

 

  Asst. Prof. Dr. Jaturapatr Varith

 

  DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY in Biological Systems Engineering

Washington State University

  Expertise:

  • Microwave and Vacuum Drying

  • Plant Design and Layout

  • Industrial Management

  • Physical Properties of Food

  Research:

  • Food engineering with emphasis of microwave drying and microwave for food applications

  • Food engineering entrepreneurship and startup

  • Food plant & machinery hygienic design

 

 

  Asst. Prof. Dr. Chanawat Nitatwichit

 

  Doctor of Philosophy in Mechanical Engineering , Chaing Mai University

  Expertise:

  • Air Condition & Ventilation System

  • Refrigeration

  • Computational Fluid Dynamics

  • Vacuum Cooling

  • Energy Management in Food Industry

  Research:

  • Optimization of multi-stage vacuum cooling for iceberg lettuce

 

  Asst. Prof. Dr. Poonpat Poonnoy

  Doctor of Philosophy in Food Engineering  , King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi (KMUTT)

  Expertise:

  • Food Process Engineering

  • Image Analysis Technology

  • Microwave-vacuum Drying

  Research:

  • Development of Computer Vision System for Grading of Dried Longan Fruit

  • Cut-flower Globba hybrid production in Industrial scale

  • Factors Influencing Growth and Quality of Some Crops Culturing in Temporary Immersion Bioreactor System

 

  Asst. Prof. Dr. Rittichai Assawarachan

 

  Doctor of Philosophy in Food Engineering and Bioprocess Technology)  » Asian Institute of Technology (AIT)

  Expertise:

  • Drying

  • Machinery Design

  • Unit Operation

  Research:

  • Color retention of dried Steviarebaudiana berteniby multi-stage drying temperature

  • Effect of drying conditions and drying medthods on the quality changes of Spirogyra SP.

  • Thin layer drying chracteristics of coconut meal and mathematical modelling

  • Effect of drying methode and optimization process of coconut meal

  • A study of effect of solar drying medthods on drying kinetics of pandanus leaves

 

 

  Dr. Kanjana Narkprasom

  Doctor of Philosophy (Food Processing)      
National Pingtung University of Science and Technology

  Expertise:

  • Process Design & Thermal Processing

  • Food Quality Assurance

  • Extraction Technology

  Research:

  • Development of beverage drink from date palm

  • Products development and production of coffee candy and instant coffee (3in1)

  • Study on fermentation process of Makiang wine for optimum color

  • The extraction of anthocyanin from Roselle

 

  Dr. Yardfon Tanongkankit

  Doctor of Philosophy in Food Engineering  ,King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi (KMUTT)

  Expertise:

  • Drying

  • Extraction Technology

  Research:

  • Production of natural colorant from Gac aril

  • Technique development for dried pineapple by hot air dryer

  • Microwave-assisted extraction of β-carotene from Gac fruit

  • Microwave-Assisted Extraction of Lycopene from Gac Arils

 

 

  Rubber and Polymer Technology

  Asst. Prof. Darinya Moonchai

 

  Curriculum Chairman

  e-mail :         

darinyamoonchai@gmail.com

  Polymer Science and Technology Mahidol University

  Expertise:

  • Expanded Natural Rubber

  • Biomass filler for Natural Rubber

  Research:

  • Optimization of mechanical properties of natural rubber filled with defatted rice bran/CaCo3 blends using genetic algorithms

  • Effect of defatted rice bran on properties of cellular natural rubber

  • Thermal aging and biodegradation properties of cellular natural rubber filled with defatted rice bran

  • Natural rubber latex foam filled with defatted rice bran/ Longan shell blends

  • Cushioning natural rubber foam filled with defatted rice bran

 

  Asst. Prof. Dr. Tithinun Rattanaplome

  Doctor of Philosophy in Polymer Engineering, University of Akron, U.S.A.

  Expertise:

  • Odour-absorbing Filler in Natural Rubber

  • Natural Rubber Composite

  Research:

  • Effect of sulfur vulcanization system on physical properties of clay/compound latex composite

  • The improvement of mechanical properties of odor reduction vulcanizate with hybrid filler

  • The potential of perlite as an odour-adsorbing fillers in natural rubber vulcanizates

 

  Dr. Philaiwan Pornprasit

 

  E-mail: Philaiwan@mju.ac.th

 

  Doctor of Philosophy in Chemistry, Chiang Mai University

  Expertise:

  • Natural Rubber Composite

  • Natural Rubber Adhesive

  Research:

  • Effect of curing system of natural rubber latex on the flexural and heat aging resistance of biomass materials which used natural rubber latex

  • Development of Natural Rubber Adhesive by Plasma Treatment

  • Preparation of carbon black from defatted rice bran for using as a filler in natural rubber

  • Composites from biomass using natural rubber latex as a binder

  • Concrete and Natural rubber composite for sculpture

 

  Dr. Worawan Pechurai

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  Doctor of Philosophy in Polymer Technology , Prince of Songkla University

  Expertise:

  • Natural Rubber Foam

  • Rubber Processing

  Research:

  • Applications of non-ammonia concentrated latex for household gloves

  • Thermal insulation from natural rubber foam

  • Effect of foaming temperature and blowing agent content on cure characteristics, mechanical and morphological properties of natural rubber foams

  • Correlation between cellular morphology, thermal conductivity and physico-mechanical properties of natural rubber foam: effect of chemical blowing agent and foaming temperature.

  • Effect of waste agricultural biomass on properties of expanded natural rubber

  • Effect of vegetable oils as processing aids in SBR compounds

  Siwarote Boonrasri, Lecturer

  Master  of  Polymer Technology, Prince of Songkla University

  Expertise:

  • Rubber Technology

  Research:

  • The utilization of wood vinegar for skim latex coagulation

 

 

  Food  Science and Technology

  Asst. Prof. Umaporn Upara

 

  Curriculum Chairman

  E-mail: umaporn@mju.ac.th

 

  Master  of  Science in Food Science and Technology)  Mississippi State University

  Expertise:

  • Food Quality Assurance

  Research:

  • Development product of longan

  • Optimization of microwave assisted extraction for crude total phenolic from Cleistocalyx nervosum  var. paniala seeds and its antioxidant activity

  • Development  of gauva drink processing

  • Quality improvement of concentrated makiang juice from high brta carotene makiang ecotype

  • Production of sparkling makiang juice from high beta carotene makiang ecotype

 

  Assoc. Prof. Dr. Wichittra Daengprok

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  Doctor of Philosophy in Food Science,  Kasetsat University

  Expertise:

  • Nutrition

  • Nutraceuticals

  • Functional Food

  Research:

  • Evaluation of free redical scarvenging and antityrosinase activities of whole dried longan

  • Antioxidant, anticancer, and calcium transport activities of Maillard reaction product derived from tilapia byproducts and its purification

  • Bioactive compounds and anti-cancer peptides derived from rice bran fermented with Bacillus subtilis MP9 as new biotherapeutic substances for antiproliferation of liver and colon cancer cells

 

  Asst. Prof. Dr. Kornpaka Arkanit

  Doctor of Philosophy in Food Science,  Kasetsat University

  Expertise:

  • Non-thermal Food Processing

  Research:

  • Effects of pulsed electric fields on oxidation of food

 

  Dr. Kanokwan Tandee

 

 

 

  Doctor of Philosophy in Food Science),

The University of Wisconsin Madison, U.S.A.

  Expertise:

  • Food Microbiology

  Research:

  • Use of lactic acid bacteria as a starter for fermented fruits

 

  Dr. Chananpat Rardniyom

  Doctor of Philosophy in Packaging Technology,

Victoria University, Australia.

  Expertise:

  • Active and Intelligent Packaging

  • Foam-mat Drying

  Research:

  • Production of custard apple powder by foam-mat drying

  • Product development for fried Aloo potato chips

 

 

  Postharvest Technolog                                                  

  Assoc. Prof. Jakraphong Phimphimol

  E-mail: Jakrapho@mju.ac.th

 

  Master  of  Science in Agriculture, Kasetsat University

  Expertise:

  • Postharvest Technology of Fruit and Vegetable

  Research:

  • Outreach and efficiency improvement on the commercial practice of SO2 fumigation of fresh longan with vertical forced air technique

  • Quality control practice for SO2 fumigation of fresh longan with vertical forced air technique

 

  Asst. Prof. Dr. Surat Nuglor

  Doctor of Philosophy in Agriculture (Agronomy)     

University of Hohenheim, Germany.

  Expertise:

  • Postharvest Technology of Seed and Grain

  Research:

  • Postharvest of Spinach

  • Production of Azuki seed

 

  Asst. Prof. Dr. Sujitra Ratanamarno

  Doctor of Philosophy in Biology, Chiang Mai University

  Expertise:

  • Postharvest Physiology of Fruits and Vegetables

  Research:

  • Postharvest physiology and Technology of fruits and vegetables

  • Pre-Harvest treatment for sprouting inhibition and storage temperature for garlic (Allium Sativum L.)

 

  Asst. Prof. Sompoch Gomolmanee

  Master  of  Science in Biology, Chiang Mai University

  Expertise:

  • Postharvest Technology of Fruit and Vegetable

  Research:

  • Freezing Technology

  • Coffee and Tea processing

 

  Dr. Pawalee Chompurat

  Doctor of Philosophy in Food Science, Oklahoma State University. U.S.A.

  Expertise:

  • Value-added Agricultural Produces

  Research:

  • Development of functional gluten-free cake from local red bean flour?? for celiac disease patients

 

  Dr. Praewphan Jomngam

  Doctor of Philosophy (Horticulture)

  Expertise:

  • Postharvest Physiology of Fruit and Vegetable