WEEK#18, 4 - 8 May 2020


 In this issue:

A. Announcements

B. Events

C. Classifieds (jobs)


A. Announcements

1) Gradual Measured Resumption of Operations at AIT

Email from the Vice President for Administration on 4 May 2020.

The AIT Covid-19 Task Force (TF) reminds you that the Thailand State of Emergency still applies until 31 May 2020, which also includes the Curfew from 10:00pm to 4:00am. AIT will remain on Work From Home status until the end of May.  However, the Government of Thailand recently announced that they would begin easing their restrictions and allowing certain businesses to resume operations. These measured changes will gradually be phased in over the next few weeks, while ensuring that these revised operations include strict limitations that continue to minimize the spread of Covid-19.

The TF has taken note of these measured changes and will continue to monitor the situation with a view to gradually open up AIT. These measured and gradual changes will be shared with our community in the coming weeks. The current updated status at AIT is as follows:

Food outlets
These will continue to serve ONLY take-out for the time being. The TF is currently coordinating possible future changes with the Cafeteria, SU Snack Bar, Hom Krun, AITCC Dining Hall, and the West Lake Restaurant (Som Tam), including preparing the venues to comply with the required government regulations and guidelines.

We are able to confirm that the two Hairdressers in the Arcade are now open, following the strict guidelines for such establishments. These limitations include: ONLY haircuts, shampooing, and hairdrying are allowed; frequent cleaning of the premises MUST take place; haircutting equipment MUST be cleaned after each customer; customers MUST make appointments (X5296 and X5291) and may NOT wait to be served; face masks MUST be worn by customers, staff MUST wear face masks and face shields; records of customers MUST be kept; and NOT more than 2 customers are allowed in the establishment at one time. The operating hours of the Hairdressers will be between 10:00am and 6:00pm.

Golf Course
The Golf Course is now open, but ACCESS is only off the main highway or via the front of the Klong Luang Post Office. NO group activities are allowed during or after playing golf. NO competitions can be held and social distancing APPLIES on the course. If food is consumed at the golf course clubhouse, the following limitations apply: ONLY the downstairs open area CAN be used; seating MUST be 2 meters apart; ONLY one person to a table; only a-la-carte orders are allowed (buffets are NOT allowed); and social distancing MUST be observed when queueing at cashiers.

Sporting Activities
Individual sports CAN continue, with social distancing being observed. Team Sports are still however NOT allowed. Please be reminded that, in addition to our usual team sports, forbidden team sports include doubles tennis/badminton/table tennis etc. The swimming pool also continues to be CLOSED.

The TF reminds you that during this time of easing restrictions, you MUST continue to be extra vigilant, and STRONGLY SUGGESTS that you still limit your movements on-and-off campus to essential trips only.

In these challenging and changing times, although the Thailand case numbers appear to be doing better, the situation remains fluid, and the TF reminds you to maintain a high level of precautionary measures; like regularly washing your hands, wearing a mask in public places, avoiding large crowds, maintaining social distancing, and please visit the Medical Center if you feel unwell.

Please take care, stay safe, and remain healthy too. 

AIT Covid-19 Task Force

2) Passing away of Mr. Somchai Nuengjanpat, staff in CIE, SET

Email from Office of the Human Resources Services on 5 May 2020.
Dear AIT Family,
We are saddened by the news of the passing away of Mr. Somchai Nuengjanpat, Clerk in the Department of Civil and Infrastructure Engineering of the School of Engineering and Technology on May 4, 2020.
Mr. Somchai joined AIT in November 1996. Mr. Somchai was a diligent and conscientious worker. He will be remembered as a mild-mannered and respectful colleague with a strong sense of duty.
On behalf of the AIT Family, we wish to express our heartfelt condolences to Mr. Somchai's family during this time of bereavement.
Office of Human Resouces Services

3) The EC Expert's Talk on 7 May 2020.

 Join us for the EC Expert's Talk on Foundations of Digital Marketing and the importance of Digital Marketing Strategy for SMEs.

Speaker: Mr. Ankit S J B Rana, Digital Marketing Specialist

Date: 7 May 2020.

Time: 3.00-4.00 PM.

4) Graduates Club Alumni Talk Series
Join in on the new Alumni Talk Series launched by the AIT Graduates Club us to share your knowledge and experiences while connecting with other alumni friends and the AIT community! All Alumni are invited to be a speaker in the upcoming GC CONNECT’S Alumni Talk Series.
Topics can vary from global issues to a project you are currently working on. The e-Talk will be followed by group discussions and interactive live sessions.
Visit:  http://www.aitgradsclub.ait.ac.th/
Register Here: https://lnkd.in/dA5hwZa
5) Alumni Talk Series on: Pixel to Prosperity in Agricultural Landscape
Speaker: Dr. Waqar Shahid Qureshi
Assistant Professor, Department of Mechatronics Engineering National University of Sciences and Technology (NUST), Pakistan
(PhD, School of Engineering and Technology, Computer Science, 2015)
Date: Friday, May 8, 2020
Time: 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM [Bangkok Time]
Register Now: https://docs.google.com/…/1FAIpQLSdRZDNxC5liysVuIa…/viewform

6) An End-of-Semester Message from the President
Email from AIT President on 24 April 2020.

Dear AIT Family:
Today is April 24, the last day of classes for the January Semester at AIT.  For those students who are graduating this May, this has been a semester you will never forget.  You will remember how the world, your home country if you come from overseas, Thailand, and AIT battled the Coronavirus these past few months.  Your alma mater closed on March 18 and moved all its classes to interactive online instruction.  Some of you went back home right after that, but others stayed on campus.  Your final exams in a few days will also be online, and sadly, your May 22 Graduation Ceremony has been cancelled.  We apologize for not being able to give you one of the momentous occasions of your life, but we hope that we can welcome you back to our December Graduation Ceremony! 
All of us, from the May graduates to the continuing students, to the faculty and staff of AIT, have lived through a difficult period so far in 2020, and the end is not in sight. We have learned that staying healthy and cooperating with one another become priorities in our life, and we all realize that this is not only a life-changing crisis we are going through right now, but a world-changing crisis.  Academia, of which AIT is a member, will never be the same again. 
When I came to AIT in the Fall of 2018, among other things, I advocated more innovation in our teachings, and we have learned that we must do that not just to be better, but to survive.  With almost all universities around the world closed without a clear re-start-date, we must engage more and more with students online.  AIT’s expertise is based on valuable experience and student feedback in the past six weeks, on technology AIT has developed, on individual online initiatives by different units at AIT, on learning from best global practices, on acquisition of new technology, and on “out of the box” thinking in web-based education.  Earlier this year, I set up the AIT Academic Contingency Task Force—headed by the Vice President for Academic Affairs and the Vice President for Knowledge Transfer—to explore and devise and coordinate ideas of innovative interactive platforms for education, including faculty training, and ensure that these will be applied not only if classes cannot begin in August, but for the future when they will be interwoven into our stimulating face-to-face residential experience, resulting in an even more innovative education at AIT.
We hope that as Thailand’s COVID-19 situation improves, as the global battle against this virus turns the corner, AIT will be able to open its doors in August of 2020.  But as I said above, even if the global situation prevents AIT and other universities from opening on time this Fall, AIT is ready to welcome new and continuing students to pursue their education “without missing a beat”!  Whenever all of you do enter AIT’s Gate, you will find a safe and creative environment where education and research will continue on the five strategic focus areas of AIT:  Smart Communities, Climate Change, Food-Energy-Water, Infrastructure, and Technology, Policy, and Society.  And it is so clear to us that sustainability issues in which AIT specializes are key to this planet’s survival, as we now witness firsthand the formidable power of nature.
Now a word about what is happening at AIT at present.  So far, the campus continues not to have a confirmed case of COVID-19.  We have been blessed with proactive cooperation by all students and residents, with steady efforts by mission-essential personnel and faculty, and with heart-warming generosity by donors.  Just today, we are completing distribution of 10 free masks to every student and resident on campus, thanks to a 20000-mask donation from the AIT Belt and Road Research Center, with funds from the AIT Chinese Alumni.  We are also grateful to other donors who, in this very difficult economic period, have shown their belief in AIT by continuing to support AIT’s education and infrastructure. 
Thailand seems to be doing better with COVID-19, but it continues to be in a state of National Emergency, and as long as that is the case, AIT will remain vigilant and closed, with staff working from home.  For those who are on campus, we thank you so much for the sacrifices due to the restrictive measures we have had to implement to keep the campus safe.  For those who are at home outside AIT or outside Thailand, please take care!  For those who are leaving AIT after this semester, good luck, safe travels, and stay healthy please!
Dr. Eden Woon

7) Availability of our own Audio/Video conferencing system
Email from AIT Helpdesk on 21 April 2020.
We are pleased to announce the availability of our own audio/video conferencing system called VClass. The servers are located in our campus and Bangkok. It has almost every feature as commercial system (e.g. Zoom) and can be used by any AITans at no costs.

Since the servers are located on campus and Bangkok, it will preserve expensive Internet bandwidth and provide better connection speed. AIT users will use AIT servers inside AIT whereas AITians outside the campus have an option to create meeting rooms in Bangkok.

It has better security since there is no recording service.

Therefore we would like to encourage AITans to use this facility for internal meetings or any collaboration among us. To access this service, please go to


In order to be able to create rooms (i.e. schedule meetings), you need to register. The password used is not related to AIT's email password. For more details, you can click Help at the top

Please contact helpdesk@ait.ac.th if you encounter difficulty or require more details

Email: helpdesk@ait.ac.th
URL: https://helpdesk.ait.ac.th


8) Web of Science Webinar Series: Online Training during 05-19 May 2020
Email from AIT Library on 27 April 2020.

You're invited to join the Web of Science webinar series. There are five topics during 05-19 May 2020. Here's the list of upcoming online training.

1. How to find good papers and emerging topics in my area of research?

As a scientist/researcher, you need to get the best quality reference papers for your work. Reading good quality content will improve the quality of your work. Learn how to get top quality papers in your field. Also, find papers by experts and emerging topics of research.

Date: Tuesday, 5 May 2020
Time: 10.00AM - 10.30AM Bangkok Time
Registration: https://bit.ly/2VsypeG

2. How to build my research network and find best journals for publishing my work?

What else can Web of Science do beyond searching for papers? Web of Science team will show you how Web of Science can help you find journals to publish your manuscripts, find collaborators, within and outside of Thailand, and much more.

Date: Friday, 8 May 2020
Time: 10.00AM - 10.30AM Bangkok Time
Registration: https://bit.ly/2VtbmAv

3. Using EndNote in 30 minutes

Writing a paper is challenging. Web of Science team will show you easy ways to use a bibliography manager like EndNote to build and maintain your list of reference papers. Find out how to create a bibliography/reference list for your paper in a few easy steps. Bonus: they will show you how to improve the quality of your paper and find journals where you can publish your paper.

Date: Tuesday, 12 May 2020
Time: 10.00AM - 10.30AM Bangkok Time
Registration: https://bit.ly/2XUC9aE

4. How to get the best quality literature for my research?

Today we have access to millions of online resources. How do you know that the literature you are accessing is trustworthy? In this webinar, they talk about the different types of online literature and how you can know that your database is giving you the best quality materials for your research.

Do you struggle to find full-text pdfs for your reference articles? Learn how to access legal and free full-text pdfs available from publishers available on the internet and through your library’s subscriptions in a few easy steps.

Date: Friday, 15 May 2020
Time: 10.00AM - 10.30AM Bangkok Time
Registration: https://bit.ly/3bvtCPq

5. How to write a scientific paper?

Scientific writing has a specific formula to structure and organize a paper, so that the scientists/researchers can focus on what they are best at—the science—and worry less about the writing. Join this training to learn the technical method of writing a good scientific paper.
Date: Tuesday, 19 May 2020
Time: 10.00AM - 10.30AM Bangkok Time
Registration: https://bit.ly/3athXiE
All webinars will include a real-time Q&A session with the Web of Science team. The Library hopes you will find the training useful.

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 9)  Social Security Contribution

Email from Office of the Human Resources Services on 15 April 2020.

Following the announcement of the Ministry of Labor, effective March to May 2020, the 5% monthly contributions to the Social Security fund by the employer and employee has been reduced to 4% and 1%, respectively.

Starting April 2020, AIT employee’s contribution to Social Security fund will be 1% of salary, with a maximum contribution of Baht 150 per month, based on the maximum salary calculation of Baht 15,000.  The contribution for the month of March, which has already been deducted, will be reconciled and refunded in a future payroll. 

AIT will contribute 4% of salary or a maximum of Baht 600 per month.
This measure is to help alleviate the financial burden of employers and employees during the Covid-19 pandemic. 

Office of the Human Resources Services


10) Medical Center, Restricting Movements, and Off-Campus Members
Email from Vice-President for Administration on 11 April 2020
Dear AIT Family,
The AIT Covid-19 Task Force (TF) continues to monitor the global Covid-19 situation and on Thailand.  We are continuously implementing additional precautionary measures, as the situation changes and as required. Please pay attention to the latest changes always.
The TF has the following updates to share with you: 
Medical Center:
As mentioned in our earlier messages our Medical Center remains open in case any member of our community feels unwell and needs to consult a doctor.  In addition to its regular medical services, we can inform the AIT Community that our Medical Center is also able to issue a fit-to-travel medical certificate for 100 Baht. The fit-to-travel medical certificate must be issued no more than 72 hours before travelling. If you wish to obtain a fit-to-travel medical certificate, please make an appointment at our Medical Center by email, medical@ait.ac.th, or call its extension number 5286.  Of course, the TF has issued a NO TRAVEL policy for all AIT members, and air flights out of Thailand is almost non-existent at this point.  But for emergency travel, this medical certificate service is available at our Medical Center.
One of the precautionary measures the TF takes to protect our AIT community is to check the body temperature of everyone entering Gate 1. If a resident, student, or AIT employee is found to have an elevated body temperature at the entrance, that person is brought directly to the Medical Center for medical evaluation. (The Medical Center has established its guidelines to evaluate the person and if necessary, will refer the person to the hospital for a more detailed medical evaluation.) All mission-essential contractors (e.g., food service) also have their temperatures checked daily when they enter Gate 1, together with AIT Visitors/Guests, and anyone with elevated temperatures are DENIED access to AIT.
Trips To-and-From the Campus:
For AIT campus residents, the Task Force STRONGLY urges you to limit your trips off campus, preferably to NO MORE THAN TWICE a week, and then ONLY for necessary and essential errands!
For employees identified/required to provide mission-essential services for students and the broader AIT community, it is strongly recommended that coming to the office be avoided as much as possible, definitely not more than TWICE per week, during this Work From Home period. In addition, we have asked all units to identify one day a week when that office will be completely closed.
AIT Members Not On Campus:
For those AIT students and employees who have either gone back to their home country or are living off-campus in Thailand, AIT wants you to make sure that you are taking serious measures to stay safe wherever you are.  We want to let you know that we are thinking about you during these challenging times. With the worldwide reach of this Covid-19 pandemic, please stay healthy! Feel free to drop the TF a line at vpa@ait.ac.th to keep us updated, or if you have any questions.
Once again, we continue to advise everyone to practice Social Distancing and the universal precautionary measures conscientiously, and seek medical attention if you have a general feeling of being unwell.  Please STAY HOME and HEALTHY! Thank you very much for your cooperation!
AIT Covid-19 Task Force
11) Open Call: AIT's Fight Against COVID-19
Email from Entrepreneurship Center on 9 April 2020
The AIT Entrepreneurship Center (EC) invites you to take part in "AIT's fight against COVID-19" by submitting your ideas and projects in this open call. We seek projects that can create real impact to fight COVID-19 within 6 month. Our President has released 250k Baht to fund several projects of up to 50k Baht per project for a proof-of-concept (POC), follow up funding needs to be arranged on individual project bases.
Teams shall be composed of AIT members (Faculty, Students, Alumni, Staff and Family members). Teams that include Faculty/External Members with particular expertise are encouraged.
Any type of project with impact potential will be considered such as software, hardware, devices, prevention, treatment, behaviour, diagnostic, there is no limitation. Projects will be evaluated on:
• Impact to fight COVID-19
• Team strength
• Ability to execute project and to perform POC within 1 month and create impact within 6 month
• Ability to work remotely on project (you can send files for rapid prototyping to the AIT EC)
• Ability to attract external funding or support
• Scalability of technology or approach to create wider impact
The evaluation panel will be from AIT EC and at least one invited external expert.
To apply, please download the Powerpoint template at this link 
All submission must be done on or before 30 April 2020 at this link.
We need your expertise, ideas and passion, please join us to fight COVID-19!!!
Best regards,
Dieter Trau
Director, AIT Entrepreneurship Center
12) Computer Science eBook collection (Springer Nature)
Email from AIT Library on 9 April 2020.
Did you know that Springer Nature’s eBook collection includes Computer Science textbooks, lecture notes, and proceedings? Springer Nature publishes textbooks at all levels to support undergraduate students, post-graduate students, and professionals. All Springer Nature eBook collection titles are available on link.springer.com, allowing for unlimited usage by AIT users 24/7. 
Please find below the spotlight titles.
The Data Science Design Manual, Steven S. Skiena
This engaging and clearly written textbook/reference provides a must-have introduction to the rapidly emerging interdisciplinary field of data science. It focuses on the principles fundamental to becoming a good data scientist and the key skills needed to build systems for collecting, analyzing, and interpreting data. Find out more
The Algorithm Design Manual, Steven S. Skiena
This book is an algorithm-implementation treasure trove, and putting all of these implementations in one place was no small feat. The list of implementations [and] extensive bibliography make the book an invaluable resource for everyone interested in the subject." -- ACM Computing Reviews. Find out more
Recent award winning Computer Science Textbooks
Textbook & Academic Authors Association (TAA) & CHOICE Awards
TAA: 2020 McGuffey Longevity Award  
TAA: 2020 Most Promising New Textbook
 Recognizes textbooks whose excellence has been demonstrated over time.  Recognises excellence in 1st edition textbooks and learning materials
CHOICE: Outstanding Academic Titles, 2019 
CHOICE: Outstanding Academic Titles, 2019
 Presents a unique combination of accessible cryptographic algorithms and history  Fundamental concepts and engineering techniques relevant to applications of software languages in software development
Lectures Notes & Proceedings   
Computational Methods and Clinical Applications in Musculoskeletal Imaging
 This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 6th International Workshop on Computational Methods and Clinical Applications for Musculoskeletal Imaging, MSKI 2018,
More new textbooks, lecture notes and proceedings
AIT Members who live off-campus, please access this e-resource via AIT VPN.
• how to install OpenVPN on Windows: https://helpdesk.ait.ac.th/services/ait-vpn/vpn-windows
• how to install OpenVPN on Mac: https://helpdesk.ait.ac.th/services/ait-vpn/vpn-mac
• how to install Open VPN on iOS: https://helpdesk.ait.ac.th/services/ait-vpn/vpn-ios
• how to install Open VPN on Androids: https://helpdesk.ait.ac.th/services/ait-vpn/vpn-android
The Library hopes this collection will be useful to you. If you have any questions or need further information, please send e-mail to library@ait.ac.th.
Please stay safe and take care of yourself and those around you.
Thank you.
AIT Library
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13) Book Loan Ride-Thu

Email from AIT Library on 31 March 2020.
As the Library is closed and some of books could not be found online, the Library has provided the new services called "Book Loan Ride-Thru" to support your studies and research.
Library users who would like to borrow books, please search your required book from the library catalog. Then copy the call numbers or titles of books and send your request to library@ait.ac.th. The Library staff will find and collect books for you. You can make an appointment with us and ride to pick up books in front of the library every day from 8.00 AM. - 4.30 PM.
NOTE: To help prevent the spread of Coronavirus-19, we encourage you to use all the online resource options first.
AIT Library will also continue to provide you more resources, services, and consulting online. Please find below the direct link to online resources and services.
Research and reference services
Online Journal Databases:
- ACM Digital Library: https://dl.acm.org/
- ASCE Library: https://ascelibrary.org/
- EBSCO Business Sources Complete: https://bit.ly/2w39apC
- Emerald Emerging Market Case Studies: https://www.emerald.com/insight/underDevelopment? 
- Emerald Management e-Journal Premier: https://www.emerald.com/insight/
- IEEE Xplore Digital Library: https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/Xplore/home.jsp
- Knovel: https://app.knovel.com/web/
- ScienceDirect : https://www.sciencedirect.com/
- Springer Nature e-Journal: https://link.springer.com/
Abstract and Citation Databases
- Journal Citation Report: https://bit.ly/2WSkUWY
- SCOPUS: https://www.scopus.com/
- Web of Science: https://bit.ly/39w3nqd
e-Books and e-books databases
- Elsevier e-Books: https://www.sciencedirect.com/browse/journals-and-books
- Springer Nature e-Books: https://link.springer.com/
- Individual e-books list: https://libopac.ait.ac.th/search?/ftlist^bib23%2C1%2C0%2C1313/mode=2
Reference Tools
- Mendeley Reference Manager: http://www.mendeley.com/
Library Clearance: send your request to libraryclearance@ait.ac.th
AIT Library will try to serve you in this difficult time. Please stay healthy, be safe, and take care of yourself!
Thank you.
AIT Library
14) Free access to all textbooks from Elsevier
Email from AIT Library on 3 April 2020.
We are pleased to inform you that Elsevier has made all textbooks freely accessible to AIT Members from now until 15th June 2020.
For 2020, AIT members can have access to Elsevier e-books published from 2017 -2020. With this offer from Elsevier, you will have access to and download the textbooks from 1992 -2020. Please make use of these free textbooks to support your online learning.
To access ScienceDirect, please go to https://www.sciencedirect.com/
Off-campus access to ScienceDirect, please access the database through AIT VPN or log in with your Elsevier account.
To check free titles, please click on this link: https://bit.ly/2X5uHcr
(NOTE: There are more than 3,000 titles, the Library will update more titles soon.)
The Library hopes you are staying healthy and safe. We will try to serve you as much as we can.
Thank you.


15) Extra EET sessions in May
Email from AIT Language Center on 26 March 2020.

In light of the current situation, a lot of our applicants may now have difficulty obtaining English test scores from other testing centers such as IELTS and TOEFL. Thus, LC is offering more EET sessions to ensure that we can help our applicants fulfill their requirements.

May 5, 6, 12, 13, 19, 20, 26, 27

More information on the EET dates and online registration form here.

Please communicate to your applicants. These dates are also open to the current RTG fellowship applicants who have yet to fulfill their English requirement.

The Language Center


16) Free access to Annual Reviews and Knowable Magazine

Email from AIT Library on 23 March 2020.

We are pleased to inform you that  Annual Reviews and Knowable Magazine are now available for you to read and download from now until the end of April 2020.

For your information:

Annual Reviews is a nonprofit publisher dedicated to synthesizing and integrating knowledge for the progress of science and the benefit of society.

Who uses Annual Reviews?
•  Researchers who want to keep abreast of their field and integrate this information with their own activities;
• Researchers who want an introduction to new fields, with a view to developing an interface between different areas of research;
• Students at all levels who want to gain a thorough understanding of a topic; and
• Business people, journalists, policy makers, practitioners, patients and patient advocates, and others who wish to be informed about developments in research.

To access Annual Reviews, please click on this link: https://www.annualreviews.org/

Knowable Magazine - the digital publication from Annual Reviews, seeks to make that knowledge accessible to all. Knowable Magazine explores the real-world significance of scholarly work through a journalistic lens. We report on the current state of play across a wide variety of fields — from agriculture to high-energy physics; biochemistry to water security; the origins of the universe to psychology.

To access Knowable Magazine, please click on this link: https://www.knowablemagazine.org/

Please try!

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17) Remote access to Knovel Database

Email from AIT Library on 19 March 2020.

To facilitate online learning and easy access to the Knovel database off-campus, AIT Library has asked Knovel to provide AIT students, faculties, and staff remote access options.

To register for Knovel remote login, please follow the steps below.

• Click on this link: https://app.knovel.com/web/verify-access.v
• Type in your institutional e-mail
• Fill in the registration form
• Confirm the link in your email inbox
• Done!

Web access to Knovel database: https://app.knovel.com/web/index.v


You can also download KNOVEL® TOGO mobile app from Google Play or App Store for tablets and smartphones and log in with Knovel registered account.
By using KNOVEL® TOGO Mobile App, you may:
• use it to catch up on a new project while traveling, consult critical guidelines at a worksite, and have trusted, verified technical data right at your fingertips - anytime, anywhere.
• use Knovel ToGo offline to read during your commute and sync bookmarks when you are online
• search and save resources on your device and read them later on your laptop
• search and save resources on your laptop and read them later on your mobile device

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18) Remote access to ScienceDirect and SCOPUS

Email from AIT Library on 19 March 2020.

Please be informed that Remote Access to ScienceDirect and SCOPUS is now available for you to register.  To apply for the remote access, please follow the steps below.

1. Go to http://sciencedirect.com/
2. Scroll down to the bottom of the ScienceDirect page and click on the Remote access link.
3. Enter your AIT e-mail address, and click on “Continue”.
4. You will be sent a confirmation email.
5. Open the e-mail and click the link to Activate your remote access.
6. Click on Register with us now.
7. Fill in the Form, and then click on the Register button.
8. Done!

After following these steps, you will be able to use ScienceDirect from any location.

• As it is a single-sign-on (SSO) so the same credential may be used to access ScienceDirect and Scopus from any location. No separate registration required.
• There is no official App for ScienceDirect and SCOPUS during this time. The library will inform you when it will be available.
If you do have any problems with access to databases off-campus, please send e-mail to library@ait.ac.th. We are prompt to help.

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19) Elsevier’s free health and medical research on novel coronavirus (COVID-19)

Email from AIT Library on 17 March 2020.

AIT Library would like to share with you the Novel Coronavirus Information Center, which is Elsevier’s free health and medical research on novel coronavirus (COVID-19).

The center provides access to more than 19,500 freely available articles on ScienceDirect and Elsevier’s platform of peer-reviewed scholarly literature. It is continually updated daily with the latest research information on the virus and the disease.

To access the center, please click on the link below.

We do hope that you will find the center stimulating and useful.

AIT Library



 B. Events

Training Courses/ Conferences

a) A training course on "Organizational Culture Certification: Cultural Ambassador Program"

The Cultural Ambassador Program is a two-day intensive program designed for managers and senior managers in all fields.

Duration: 8-9 June 2020

Venue: AIT Conference Center

For more information about the training please visit at https://www.extension.ait.ac.th/course/1019

Professional Development Course on "Organisational Culture Certification: Accredited Practioner Program (AP)"

b) Professional Development Course on "Organisational Culture Certification: Accredited Practioner Program (AP)"

Professional Development Course on "Organisational Culture Certification: Accredited Practioner Program (AP)"

Duration: 9-12 June 2020
Venue: AIT Conference Center

For more information about the training please visit at www.extension.ait.ac.th/course/1018

c) The International Conference on Energy, Environment and Climate Change (International Conference on Utilities and Exhibition) – ICUE 2020

The International Conference on Energy, Environment and Climate Change (International Conference on Utilities and Exhibition) – ICUE 2020 follows the series of ICUE conferences organized by the Asian Institute of Technology since 2006, and has the theme – Energy, Environment and Climate Change for its 2020 edition. 
Date: 20 – 22 October 2020 at Pattaya City, Thailand
IAU is delighted to announce the second site visit since the launch of the "IAU Institutional Site Visits" programme in 2019. This year, the visit will take place at the Asian Institute of Technology (AIT) in Bangkok, Thailand on 30 Nov - 3 Dec 2020 and the main topic will be "Social Impact with Innovation".

Don’t miss out this unique oportunity to discover an innovative institute and learn about leveraging technologies for a sustainable world! Learn more and register here. The site visits are open to IAU Members only.


 C. Classified (jobs)

Position: Assistant/Associate Professor (ETM) (School Of Environment    Resources and Development)
Ref. No. 1/20
Deadline: 30 June 2020

Position: Associate/Assistant Professor (STE) (School of Engineering & Technology )
Ref. No. 04/20
Deadline: 31 August 2020