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Functional Advanced
Materials Engineering
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Master of Science Program in Engineering and Technology

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Doctor of Philosophy Program in Engineering and Technology

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CURRENT RESEARCH PROJECTS

Functional Polymer Materials for 3D Bioprinting

Polyethylene and high density polyethylene using the oxidation reaction to obtain the value-added chemical substance

Chemical Recycling of PE and HDPE

Polyethylene and high density polyethylene using the oxidation reaction to obtain the value-added chemical substance

Functionalized Magnetic
Nanoparticles

Surface functionalized magnetic nanoparticles for adsorption, drug delivery and pollutant degradation
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New Publications

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In the present work, thermally-sensitive micro- and nanoparticles derived from Eudragit RS100 and PNIPAM (PNIPAM@RS100) are designed to achieve a smart delivery system. PNIPAM is selected as a gatekeeper owing to its extensive biocompatibility and cellular interaction to cover the pores of Eudragit RS100 to block the diffusion of active molecules, especially drugs, with a thermal responsive triggering mechanism.

By
Kamonchanok Thananukul

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Under optimum conditions, monodispersed hollow nanoparticles, with an average size of 500–700 nm and good colloidal stability, are obtained. The as-prepared hollow nanoparticles exhibit high UV shielding capabilities and low toxicity. The nanoparticles show high stability under UV exposure but can be completely degraded within 24 weeks under accelerated hydrolysis conditions.

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Kamonchanok Thananukul

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Facile Photolithographic Fabrication of Zwitterionic Polymer Microneedles with Protein Aggregation Inhibition for Transdermal Drug Delivery
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Ultrasonic Synthesis of Nanochitosan and Its Size Effects on Turbidity Removal and Dealkalization in Wastewater Treatment
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Optimization of Melt-mixing Transesterification of Polylactide by Polyethylene Glycol Employing Response Surface Methodology
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The work demonstrates the high potential of the developed nano-sorbent for use in pollutant removal, magnetic separation of toxic pollutants as well as rapid regeneration of the nano-sorbents using induction heating.

By
Thilina Rajeendre

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