Adapting groundwater of Asian cities to climate change: bridging the science and policy interface

The project is jointly implemented by AIT and Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES), Japan in collaboration with Department of Groundwater Resources (DGR), Thailand, Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment (MoNRE), Vietnam, Water and Power Development Authority (WAPDA), Pakistan and University of Brawijaya (UB), Indonesia.

Research on information technology and competitive advantage

Research on information technology and competitive advantage" on 6 December 2016 from 1300-1600 hours;How to perform impactful research in the field of Information Systems? Meet the Editor  on 7 December 2016 from 1300-1600 hours. ABSTRACT Information technology (IT) is changing the way firms operate internally as well as improving the firm’s relationship with its suppliers and customers.

Bike + Love = 2nd Breath

The aim of the event is to raise funds for the provision of 2nd breath assembly spacers to those in need. Two activities planned for the event are:Thai Kids Spacer Assembling at the Auditorium, AIT Conference Center (100 volunteers needed)Cycling around AIT campus – total distance of 10 km, 2 rounds of the campus (Participants are limited to 400)Details about the breath spacer can available at this link

Lecture on Social networks and networking as a part of academic professionalism

Lecture by Dr. Lotta O. ​Kokkonen, University Jyvaskyla, Finland.
Abstract:Modern work life calls for competencies that enable people to be creative, innovative and effective. Studies looking at contemporary enterprises and organizations, such as business organizations and schools, have showed that many of the qualifications that graduate students would need are being associated with communication competencies, and with social networks.

7th AIT Distinguished Adjunct Faculty (DAF) Seminar” by Prof Janos J Bogárdi

About Prof.  Bogárdi:Prof. Bogárdi is Professor at the University of Bonn, Germany. He is a Senior Fellow of the Center for Development Research, and had served as a faculty member at AIT in the 1980s. He served for 14 years in the UN system, first at the UNESCO International Hydrological Programme, finishing his UN service as Director of the United Nations University Institute for Environment and Human Security; and then as Vice Rector in Europe.