TORUS 3rd THEMATIC WORKSHOP CLOUD COMPUTING FOR AIR POLLUTION RESEARCH Asian Institute of Technology, Pathumthani, Thailand Nov 28 – Dec 2, 2016 The “Toward Open Resources Upon Services (TORUS)” is a collaborative project funded by the European Union (EU) under…
International Aquaculture Training series – 5 Innovative shrimp production technologies – Biofloc, Biomimicry & Biological farming on 23 – 28 May 2016
Intensive Training program on Innovative shrimp production technologies – Biofloc, Biomimicry & Biological farming, organised by AARM, AIT from 23 – 28 May 2016. Course Duration: 6 working days from 23 – 28 May 2016 Course Venue is AIT Conference…
Special Lecture on “Advanced Technology and Innovations for Sanitation: Solar Toilets and Safe Effluent Reuse by UV” by Prof. Karl G. Linden on 10th March 2016
You are cordially invited to a special lecture on “Advanced Technology and Innovations for Sanitation: Solar Toilets and Safe Effluent Reuse by UV” by Prof. Karl G. Linden , University of Colorado at Bolder, USA. It will be held as…
Special Talk on “Using DNA to Conserve and Protect Tropical Forests” by Dr. Andrew Lowe on 1st March 2016
You are cordially invited to special talk to be delivered by Dr. Andrew Lowe, Professor and Director of the Centre for Conservation Science and Technology at the University of Adelaide, Australia. Title: Using DNA to Conserve and Protect Tropical Forests…
Special Lecture on ” Water Resources by the end of the Century in Mountains with Declining Snow and Ice” by Nobel Prize Winner, Prof. Martin Beniston on 5th February 2016
You are all cordially invited to a special lecture on ” Water Resources by the end of the Century in Mountains with Declining Snow and Ice” by Nobel Prize Winner, Prof. Martin Beniston. Date: 05 February, 2016 (Friday) Time: 10:00-11:00h Venue: Milton Bender…
Special Lecture on “Theorizing Women and gender through Time: An Autobiography Presentation” on 3 February 2016
You are all cordially invited to a special lecture of our visiting faculty, Prof Ragnhild Lund from Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) . The special lecture is as follows: Title: Theorizing Women and gender through Time: An Autobiography…
Distinguished Adjunct Faculty Seminar on “Technological Challenges and Opportunities in Addressing Climate Resilience Smart Cities” by Dr. Bindu Lohani on 26th January 2015
You are cordially invited to attend the Distinguished Adjunct Faculty Seminar to be delivered by Dr. Bindu Lohani entitled, “Technological Challenges and Opportunities in Addressing Climate Resilience Smart Cities” Date : Tuesday, 26 January 2016 Time : 10:00 – 12:00 hrs…
You are cordially invited to Smart Shrimp Farming Workshop for the Asia-Pacific region from 20 – 22 January 2016, jointly organised by AIT, World Aquaculture Society USA, and Can Tho University, Vietnam. It will be held as follows: Date: 20 – 22 January 2016…
The School of Environment, Resources and Development (SERD) established in 1993 by amalgamating the Divisions of Agriculture and Food Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Human Settlements and Energy Technology, is now composed of ten fields of study - Agricultural Systems and Engineering, Aquaculture and Aquatic Resources Management, Food Engineering and Bioprocess Technology, Energy, Environmental Engineering and Management, Pulp and Paper Technology, Gender and Development Studies, Natural Resources Management, Regional and Rural Development Planning and Urban Environmental Management.
In the 2012-2013 ranking of the best 4000 Master's and MBA Programs in 30 specializations at 1000 business schools and universities in 154 countries, The Master of Agribusiness Management program was deemed the world's best in the category of Master's in Agribusiness / Food Industry Management.
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SERD activities and function will be within this framework, as a majority of its graduates return and participate in the development goals of their countries. Those who pursue their doctoral degrees increase their professional skills and qualifications.
SERD responds to regional needs by mobilizing and enhancing capacities for socially, economically and environmentally sound development in partnerships with public and private sectors. The School's interdisciplinary approach integrates technological, natural and social sciences.
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