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This seminar was held at the conference centre in the Industrial Education (ID ED) Faculty building on KMIT's campus at Lad Krabang in Bangkok on Thursday and Friday 25-26 April, 2013. All persons were welcome to attend and there was no registration fee, but since places were limited, participants were advised to register their desire to attend in advance and thus ensure that they received their copy of the booklet of presentations on arrival.
The program comprised an opening presentation by Khunying Pornthip Rojanasunan describing her work as chief forensic pathologist in the Ministry of Justice, followed by five 90-minute sessions chaired by leading Thai scientists, where scholars presented materials, methods and results from studies of importance to the human health, environment, and ecology of Thailand.
      The seminar concluded with a detailed presentation of a powerful and versatile research method - factor analysis - and its application to some important problems affecting the welfare of Thailand, including the regional distribution of its population and how it will age in future decades.
The seminar was jointly organised by the Faculties of Industrial Education at King Mongkut's Institute of Technology and Science & Technology at Prince of Songkla University, and featured presenters, chairpersons and discussants from these and other universities and from government offices in Thailand. Presentations were bilingual in Thai and English.
Dept of Mathematics & Computer Science, Faculty of Science & Technology, PSU
Dept of Languages & Social Science, Faculty of Industrial Education, KMIT
Last updated: November 25, 2013