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Past Awards

2013 Educational Awards

This auspicious autumn event was once again held in the convivial surroundings of the Oriental Club and as in past years, particularly highlighted the success of Thai students studying in the UK.  This year we had an increase in the number of students applying for the awards, which made it a very hard task for our three judges to select the prizewinners.  The Thai Ambassador, HE Pasan Teparak, attended the reception and pledged his support for the Society and its objectives.  The Society is most grateful to the following organisations that sponsored the awards: The Royal Thai Embassy, Bangkok Bank, Thai-Bev, OCS, New Cavendish Books, and OUP.

The students, together with the titles of their topics, categories of award and sponsors are as follows:

Miss Chanya Hetayothin won the Arts award, which was sponsored by Bangkok Bank. The award was for her research entitled ‘Thai Shadow Puppets: An alterative Direction for Animation’ from the University of Arts, London.  The award was presented by Mr Trevor Knox, ATS Secretary and Acting Treasurer

Miss Supattra Visessri won the Environment award, which was sponsored by Khunying Narisa Chakrabongse & New Cavendish Books.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The award was for her research entitled ‘Flow prediction in data scarce catchments: a case study of Northern Thailand’ from Imperial College, London. The award was presented by Madame Paradee Teparak, wife of HE the Ambassador.

Mr Peerapat Kosolsaksakul from the University of Edinburgh (In Thailand) was Highly Commended for his research in the Environment category,

Ms Phanwadee Chureemart won the Pure Science award, which was sponsored by The Royal Thai Embassy.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The award was for her research entitled ‘Models of Spin Torque using self-consistent solutions of the magnetization and spin accumulation’ from The University of York. The award was presented by H.E. Pasan Tebarak, the Thai Ambassador.

Ms Wilai Siriwatcharapiboon from the University of Birmingham (in Thailand) was Highly Commended for her research in the Pure Science category.

Mr Teerapong Yata won the the Medical Science award, which was sponsored by OCS Group.


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The award was for his research entitled ‘Smart’ bacteriophage nanocomplex: a hybrid multi-component particle for safe and efficient gene transfer’ from Imperial College, London.  The award was presented by Mr. Stephen Waugh, OCS Group.

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Dr Direkrit Chiewchengchol from the University of Liverpool was Highly Commended for her research in the Medical Science category,

Mr Chedtha Puncrebutr won the Engineering and Technology award, which was sponsored by Thai Bev International Group.  The award was for his research entitled ‘Characterisation of casting defects in aluminium alloys via 4-D X-ray imaging’ from Imperial College, London.  The award was presented by Mr. Quinton Quayle (previous Ambassador to Thailand).

Mr. Thirapiroon Thongkamwitoon from Imperial College, London was Highly Commended for his research in the Engineering & Technology category.

Mr Watcharabon Buddharaksa won the Humanities & Social Science award, which was sponsored by Oxford University Press.


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The award was for his research entitled ‘Thailand and the Politics of Social Forces: A Neo-Gramscian Account’.  The award was presented by ATS President, Mr Bernard Coe.

Mr Korrasut Khopuangklang was Highly Commended for his research in the Humanities & Social Science category.


2012 Educational Awards

An uninspiring November night in London was improved immeasurably by the annual ATS Reception at the Oriental Club on 12 November 2012.  This is always an auspicious autumn event that particularly highlights the success of Thai students studying in the UK.  The evening was enhanced by the presence of the new Thai Ambassador to the UK, H.E. Pasan Teparak, who had kindly taken time out to attend the occasion, even though he was on the way to greeting the Thai Prime Minister who was arriving in London on a formal visit.

This was HE Pasan Teparak’s first attendance at the Anglo-Thai Society and he pledged his support for the Society and its objectives. He pointed out that the Thai students studying in UK universities  today, who currently number over 1000,  would go on to take up important posts in Thailand and they, in their turn, would foster closer Anglo-Thai relations after their experience of living here.

The reception also marked the handing over of the Chairman’s baton from David Fall to Dr Orapin Dawson.  Quentin Quayle, formerly British Ambassador to Thailand, congratulated David Fall on the progress of ATS during his four-year tenure as Chairman.

Choosing which students would win the awards and the runners-up is always difficult and this was made even more so this year, when there was such a plethora of excellence.  The range of subjects and the breadth of knowledge are considerable.  The students, together with the titles of their topics, categories of award and sponsors are as follows:

Wanaruk Chaimayo won the Science award, which was sponsored by the Thai Embassy and presented by Khun Nontigorn Kanchanachitra, the Secretary General of the Office of the Civil Service Commission. The award was for his research entitled ‘Synthesis and High Pressure Structural Study of Bismuth Nanoparticles’ in the Physics & Astronomy department of the University of Edinburgh.   Kanchana  Sivalertporn was Highly Commended for her research entitled ‘Indirect excitons and strong light-matter coupling’ in the Physics & Astronomy department of Cardiff  University.

Kelwalin Dhanasarnsombut won the Medical Science award, which was sponsored by the OCS Group and presented by its Chairman, Peter Armitage.  The award was for her research entitled ‘Unstructured proteins of the malaria parasite: Plasmodium Falciparum as Vaccine Candidates’  in the department of  BioScience at the University of Edinburgh. Jayanant Iemsam-Arng was Highly Commended for  her research entitled  ‘Biocompatible Delivery System for Nucleic Acid Based Therapies’ in the department of Pharmacy  at University College, London.

Chinnapat Ponwisawas  won the Engineering award which was sponsored by Bangkok Bank and presented by Bernard Coe, President of and former Chairman of ATS.  The award was for his research entitled ‘Modelling and Prediction of Recrystallization in Single Crystal Superalloys’  in the department of Engineering  at the University of Birmingham. Khoonsake Segkhoonthod was Highly Commended for his research entitled ‘Thin-film Detector System for Internal MRI’ in the department of  Electrical and Electronic Engineering at Imperial College, London.

Wimolporn Wainipee won the Environment award which was sponsored and presented by Khunying Narisa Chakrabongse. The award was for her research entitled ‘Arsenate absorption on mineral surfaces and effect of Temperature on its adsorption’ in the department of Geo-Chemistry  at  Imperial College, London.

Pairach Piboonrungroj won the Humanities and Social Science award, which was sponsored by the ThaiBev Group and presented by Quentin Quayle of ThaiBev International Group. The award was for his research entitled  ‘Logistic and System Chain  Management in the Tourism Industry of Thailand’ in the Cardiff Business School at Cardiff University. Passagorn Tavichapong was Highly Commended for his research entitled ‘Individual Spirit at Work and its Relationship with employee Work Attitude and Organisational Outcomes’ in the department of Management and  Humanities at Aston University.
The Anglo Thai Society’s annual Reception and Presentation of Education Awards to Thai post graduate students in the UK was held on Tuesday, 16th November 2010 at the Oriental Club, London. The occasion was marked by a very high level of attendance by members, guests and Thai students and an increased number of awards to reflect the broad excellence and high standards of the candidates.

2010 Educational Awards

Environment

1st   - Paramita Punwong.  University of York
2nd  - Wimolporn Wainipee, Imperial College, London
Diploma - Annuwat Wattanawan, Imperial College, London

Humanities

1st – Labhus Jirasevetakul, Oxford University
2nd – Lalita Hingknonta, SOAS, University of London
Diploma – Mai Trebuil, University of Arts, London

Special Award for Outstanding Achievement

Prach Boondiskulchok, Guildhall School of Music and Drama, London

Science

1st – Nirawat Thammajak, Oxford University
2nd – Karaked Tedsree, Oxford University
Diploma – Ranaporn Tantiwechwuttikul, Imperial College, London

Engineering1st – Tassandi Panittotokkaporn, Imperial College, London

2nd – Suwimon Boonrungsiwman, Imperial College, London
Diploma – Amaraporn Boopratatong, Universtiy of Manchester

Medicine

1st – Pattarin Kittibookyakun, Aberdeen University
2nd – Komchanok Wayakanon, Sheffield University
Diploma – Weerapong Prasonochean, Imperial College, London

2009 Educational Award Winners

Award Category Sponsor Winner University
Engineering and Technology H.E The Thai Ambassador Mr. Somphop Rodamporn University of Southampton
Science and Medicine University of Liverpool Dr. Objoon Tracho University of Sheffield
Social Science and Humanities Mr. Ian Franklin Mr. Kraiyos Patrawart Royal Holloway College, London
Outstanding Research
Dr. Parinya Chamnan University of Cambridge

Awards Winners 2008

Award Category
Winner University
Humanities and Social Science
Miss Surutchada Chullapram UCL
Science and Medicine
Mr Montree Sawangphruk University of Oxford
Engineering and Technology
Mr Chaiyasit Banjongprasert University of Oxford
Environment
Miss Pajaree kewcharoenwong Imperial College

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