Asst. Prof. Dr. Pongsathorn Dechatiwongse Na Ayuthaya

PhD in Chemical Engineering, Imperial College London, 2015
School of Languages and General Education, Walailak University
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Chemical Engineering, Microalgae, Wastewater Treatment and MOFs
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2020 – Senior Fellow, Advance Higher Education, UK
2019 – Walailak University Star
2019 – PhD Thesis Award in Engineering and Industrial Research, National Research Council of Thailand
2019 – 1 of the 4 Thailand’s Representatives to Attend the 11th Hope Meeting, Japan
2017 – 1 of the 5 Thailand’s Representatives Selected by HRH Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn to Attend the 2017 Global Young Scientists Summit, Singapore
2014 – Winner of Anglo-Thai Society Award for Excellence in Engineering and Technology
2014 – Winner of 7th Samaggi Academic Conference in Sciences & Technology
2013 – Postgraduate Travel Award, City & Guild College Association
2013 – 1 of 6 Shortlisted Candidates for Best Graduate Teaching Assistant, Student Academic Choice Award, Imperial College London
2012, 2013 – Union Colours Award, Imperial College Student Union
2010 – Undergraduate Research Opportunities Programme Bursary, Imperial College London
2009 – British Petroleum Prize in Chemical Engineering
2006 – Golden Badge Excellent Academic Award, Chitralada School
2006 – Royal Thai Government Scholarship from Ministry of Science and Technology, Thailand

“Dr. Pongsathorn Dechatiwongse Na Ayuthaya is the Founding Dean, School of Languages and General Education and assistant professor of chemical engineering, Walailak University. His school is responsible for providing general educational program that annually prepares over 40,000 learners to become global citizen with 21st century skills. His research expertise includes clean energy, sustainability and green technology, which aim to tackle global Climate Change and improve clean water sanitation. He published 13 research articles in top tier international journals and 1 book chapter. He holds Master’s Degree in Chemical with Nuclear engineering (1st Class Honor) and PhD in Chemical Engineering from Imperial College London, UK.”