The Academy is pleased to have supported the following projects under UK-Thailand Industry Academia Partnership Programme to build bilateral industry-academic linkages which support Thai universities in improving their engineering research and innovation output through strengthening industry linkages – specifically with SMEs - and leveraging and creating links with UK expertise. 


Lead Thai University Industry Partner UK Partner Project Title
Mahidol University                                                                                                                         Bagkok Mass Transit PCL Newcastle University  RailExchange: UK-Thailand rail professionals and education exchange 
King Mongkut University   Siam City Cement; Thai Concrete Association   UCL & University of Birmingham   Properties and Durability of Low-Carbon Cement and Concrete and their Applications
Mahasarakham University Seagate University of York Advanced reader model for magnetic recording via mutiscale approach  
King Mongkut University PTT Imperial College London Establishing Partnerships in Development of Ceramic Membrane Reactor for Catalytic Partial Oxidation of Methane using Nitrous Oxide
Seranee University of Technology Zenosorium University of Southampton An energy harvesting and insole sensors for smart footwear using novel lead-free piezoelectric composite
Mahaarakham University Roi et Agricultural and Food Products Company Limited (RAF); Siam Natural Product Company Limited (SNP) Institute for Food Research Establishing partnerships of development of functional food for global prospect  
Chiang Mai University Photo Bio Care Co., Ltd University of York Characterisation of a low-temperature atmospheric pressure bioplasma jet under effective pressure-ulcer wound healing conditions.  
King Mongkut's University of Technology Gencon Engineering Co., Ltd Liverpool John Moores University Development of biochip microarray for monitoring microbial community in full scale Biofilter system for H2S removal from biogas  
University of Phayao Phraethumrongvit Co., Ltd University of Plymouth Sustainable Development of Geopolymer Concrete