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Master of Science Program in Engineering and Technology

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Doctor of Philosophy Program in Engineering and Technology

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CURRENT RESEARCH PROJECTS

Functional Polymer Materials for 3D Bioprinting

Polyethylene and high density polyethylene using the oxidation reaction to obtain the value-added chemical substance

Chemical Recycling of PE and HDPE

Polyethylene and high density polyethylene using the oxidation reaction to obtain the value-added chemical substance

Functionalized Magnetic
Nanoparticles

Surface functionalized magnetic nanoparticles for adsorption, drug delivery and pollutant degradation
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New Publications

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Facile Photolithographic Fabrication of Zwitterionic Polymer Microneedles with Protein Aggregation Inhibition for Transdermal Drug Delivery
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Ultrasonic Synthesis of Nanochitosan and Its Size Effects on Turbidity Removal and Dealkalization in Wastewater Treatment
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Optimization of Melt-mixing Transesterification of Polylactide by Polyethylene Glycol Employing Response Surface Methodology
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The work demonstrates the high potential of the developed nano-sorbent for use in pollutant removal, magnetic separation of toxic pollutants as well as rapid regeneration of the nano-sorbents using induction heating.

By
Thilina Rajeendre

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Smart gating porous particles as new carriers for drug delivery

This review summarizes recent advances in the integration of porous particles and stimuli-responsive gatekeepers for effective drug delivery. Their unique structural properties play an important role in facilitating the diffusion of drug molecules and cell attachment.

By
Kamonchanok Thananukul

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In this study, a cold-drawing process in various environments is developed for poly(L-lactide) (PLLA) monofilaments, whose solvent-infusion mechanism is examined. Multiple necking behavior was observed when the filaments were drawn in water and ethanol, compared to a single-neck deformation when the experiment was conducted in air.

By
Jirawan Jindakaew

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Chemical recycling is a promising approach for converting post-consumer bio-plastics, especially polyesters, into small-sized starting materials for other value-added products. In this work, a process for alcoholysis of polylactide (PLA) by various alcohols has been developed. The products are then employed as bio-based polyols in the production of highly elastic polyurethanes (PUs) with self-healing properties.

By
Bunthoeun Nim

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