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Faculty of Science

          The Faculty of Science aims to achieve academic excellence by promoting research and producing high quality, virtuous, and ethical graduates in the disciplines of science, mathematics, technology, and education. Presently, the Faculty of Science has the Science Education Center and nine departments including Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, General Science, Home Economics, Materials Science, Mathematics, Microbiology, and Physics which provide degree programs from the bachelor to the doctoral levels. The programs are designed to offer fundamental and advanced education for professional work. Many of these programs are carried out in collaboration with the Faculty of Education to enhance the teaching of science and mathematics nationwide. In addition, the Faculty brings science, mathematics, and technology to the public through teacher training courses, summer science camps, and on-demand scientific services.

          Recent researches carried out by faculty members include the following areas:

Biology:

         Including the topics of pathogenic microorganisms in aquatic animals, systematics and biodiversity of plant and animal, animal conservation, morphology anatomy physiology and genetics of plant and animal, immunology and epidemiology, allelopathy and biological control, genetic engineering, and molecular systematics and evolution.

Chemistry:

         Including the topics of spectroscopic methods for ligand-biomolecule interactions, synthesis of modified nanoparticles for ion sensors, organometallics, catalysts, inorganic synthesis, macromolecules, bioinorganic chemistry, organic synthesis and natural products chemistry for drug development, spectrophotometric detection of volatile compounds, method development for heavy metal and pesticide analyses, chromatographic method for food and pharmaceutical applications, development of homemade detector for colorimetric detection, computer-aided drug design and virtual screening, protein-based drug design, molecular modelling for novel materials, protein photocleavage, study of immune-related gene from arthropods using genetic engineering and molecular biological technique, improvement of plants to abiotic stress, and biotransformation of bioactive natural products.

Computer Science:

          Including the topics of information technology for business analytics/business intelligence, data science, data mining, intelligent systems, artificial  intelligence, machine learning, computer vision and image processing, information retrieval and text mining, web and mobile technology, mobile computing,  cloud computing, human-machine interaction, computer networks, cyber-security, and information technology for education.

General Science:

          Including the topics of science learning activities, science instruction, science education, developing science learning materials for science teachers, local wisdom, STEM Education, classroom action research, science experiments for science teachers; chemistry, physics, biology, earth and space science, petrochemistry, biochemistry, environment, and geology.

Home Economics:

          Including the topics of textile and garment, food and nutrition, and dietetics and nutrition therapy.

Materials Science:

         Including the topics of metals and alloys, ceramics, glass, polymers, composites, silk and fibers, thin films, nanomaterials, catalytic materials, smart  materials, materials perception, and eco-friendly materials.

Mathematics:

          Including the topics of graph theory, number theory, ring theory, semi-group theory, hyper-group theory, linear algebra, matrix algebra, real  analysis, functional analysis, differential equations, calculus of variation, computational method, numerical analysis, mathematics modeling, mathematics in science, applied mathematics, mathematics education, mathematical problem solving, relational thinking, probability theory, linear models, multivariate  statistics, high dimensional statistics, and applied statistics.

Microbiology:

         Including the topics of systematics and biodiversity of bacteria and fungi, biopolymer production, biological recycling of biopolymer, bioactive compounds from fungi, microbial utilization of agricultural waste, microbial enzymes, lipid production from yeast, bacteriophage in milk, bacteriocin, plant growth promoting bacteria, bioremediation, biological control, and emergence of Salmonella in patients.

Physics:

         Including the topics of material physics, theoretical high energy physics, superconductivity, and astrophysics.

Science Education Center:

         Including the topics related to science education such as STEM education, PCK, TPACK, curriculum development, learning intervention, mobile zearning, conceptual change, metacognition, learning growth, learning styles, formal and informal education, and lifelong learning.

Programs

Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.)

          Biology, Chemistry, General Science, Mathematics, Physics

Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.)

          Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Home Economics, Materials Science, Mathematics, Microbiology, Physics, Statistics

Master of Education (M.Ed.)

          Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics, Physics, Science Education

Master of Science (M.Sc.)

          Biology, Biotechnology, Chemistry, Information Technology, Materials Science, Physics

Doctor of Education (Ed.D.)

          Mathematics Education, Science Education

Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.)

          Applied Chemistry, Biotechnology, Mathematics, Physics

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Faculty of Science,
Srinakharinwirot University.
114 Sukhumvit 23, Bangkok 10110, Thailand

Office: +66 2649 5000
ext. 18407
Fax: +66 2260 0128


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