Sufficient Economy for Sustainable Future
8 - 11 January 2019
Mahidol Wittayanusorn School, Thailand

Information & Program Guides Proceedings

Message from the Principal


It is our pleasure to host the Thailand International Science Fair 2019 (TISF 2019) to be held on January 8-11, 2019 at Mahidol Wittayanusorn School, Thailand, with the theme “Sufficient Economy for Sustainable Future.” We are deeply honored that Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn will graciously preside over the opening ceremony.

TISF 2019, an international event dedicated especially for high school science students, will bring together young talents to share and exchange their research findings in an exciting and supportive environment. Amongst the highlights of this occasion are the science project presentations, the science activities, the science zone, and the cultural excursions for students. Teachers and educators will benefit as well with opportunities to share their expertise and collaborate in an exchange of ideas.

With the rapid changes in economic, social, environmental, scientific and technological issues, the need for channels of international collaboration to promote the integration of our global community of knowledge has increased. We believe that it is our responsibility to instill a passion for science and technology in our promising young students by encouraging their curiosity through comprehensive learning as well as through building and reinforcing the commitment to their societies.

We hope you will be able to take part in this exciting learning event for international science high schools. We look forward to welcoming you to the Thailand International Science Fair in January 2019.

Thank you.

Wiwat Ruenglertpanyakul, Dr. rer. nat.
Principal
Mahidol Wittayanusorn School

Gallery

Opening Ceremony presided over by HRH Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn
Group Photo
Poster Presentation
Oral Presentation
Welcome Dinner
Principal and Teachers’ Sharing Session
Walk Rally
Science Activities
Variety Game Night

EPISTIMY TISF (Newsletter)

Special EPISTIMY TISF 12nd January 2019 : Issue 6 (Day 5) Special EPISTIMY TISF 11st January 2019 : Issue 5 (Day 4) Special EPISTIMY TISF 10th January 2019 : Issue 4 (Day 3) Special EPISTIMY TISF 9th January 2019 : Issue 3 (Day 2) Special EPISTIMY TISF 8th January 2019 : Issue 2 (Day 1) Special EPISTIMY TISF 7th January 2019 : Issue 1 (Day 0)

Participating Schools

Program Schedule


Monday, 7 January 2019

Time Students Principals & Teachers
Program Location Program Location
All day Arrival of Participants/Registration 1st Floor Bldg. 9 Arrival of Participants/Registration 1st Floor Bldg. 9
Poster Set up Covered walkway
18.00 – 19.00 Dinner Cafeteria Dinner Dining Area

Tuesday, 8 January 2019

Dress code: Formal attires/ School uniforms
Time Students Principals & Teachers
Program Location Program Location
06.00 – 07.00 Breakfast Cafeteria Breakfast
  • Dining Area
  • Sampran Hotel (International principals & guests who stay at Sampran Hotel)
07.00 – 08.00
  • Morning Assembly
  • All team members proceed to the Auditorium for the Opening Ceremony.
Basketball Court
  • Morning Assembly
  • All team members proceed to the Auditorium for the Opening Ceremony.
Basketball Court
09.00 Opening Ceremony presided over by HRH Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn Phra Ubali Kunupamachan Auditorium Opening Ceremony presided over by HRH Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn Phra Ubali Kunupamachan Auditorium
Lunch Cafeteria Lunch Dining Area
12.00 Preparation for poster presentation Coverd walkway
15.00 – 17:00 Poster Presentation Coverd walkway Poster Presentation Coverd walkway
17:30 – 18:00 Group Photo Football field Group Photo Football field
18:30 – 21:00 Welcome Dinner Basketball Court Welcome Dinner Basketball Court

Wednesday, 9 January 2019

Dress code: School uniforms
Time Students Principals & Teachers
Program Location Program Location
07:00 – 08:00 Breakfast Cafeteria Breakfast
  • Dining Area
  • Sampran Hotel (International principals & guests who stay at Sampran Hotel)
08:30 – 12:00 Oral Presentation
  • Venue 1: Engineering & Technology (ET) - Dr. Nat Meeting Hall
  • Venue 2: Chemistry (CH) - Dr. Kovit Meeting Hall
  • Venue 3: Environmental Science (EN) - Virtual Reality Theater
  • Venue 4: Biochemistry (BC) - Academic Resource Center, 2nd floor
  • Venue 5: Physics (PH) - Room 1601
  • Venue 6: Mathematics (MA) - Room 1602
  • Venue 7: Biology I (BI) - Room 1603
  • Venue 8: Biology II (BI) - Room 1701
  • Venue 9: Biology III (BI) - Room 1703
12:00 – 13:00 Lunch Cafeteria Lunch Dining Area
13:00 – 17:00 13.00 – 15.00 Science Activities Phra Ubali Kunupamachan Auditorium 13.00 – 16.00 Principal and Teachers’ Sharing Session Virtual Reality Theater
15.00 – 17.00 Walk Rally Around School
17:30 – 18:30 Dinner Cafeteria Dinner
  • Dining Area (Teachers)
  • To be confirmed (Principals)
18:30 – 21:00

Quiz Show

Phra Ubali Kunupamachan Auditorium

Thursday, 10 January 2019

Dress code: Smart casual for outdoor activities (please no sleeveless shirts & shorts).
Time Students Principals & Teachers
Program Location Program Location
06:30 – 07:30 Breakfast Cafeteria Breakfast
  • Dining Area
  • Sampran Hotel (International principals & guests who stay at Sampran Hotel)
07.30 Depart for Kasetsart University
09.00 – 15:30

Science Zone
  • Route 1: Department of Horticulture, Faculty of Agriculture at Kamphaeng Saen
  • Route 2: Department of Plant Pathology, Faculty of Agriculture at Kamphaeng Saen
  • Route 3: Department of Entomology, Faculty of Agriculture at Kamphaeng Saen
  • Route 4: Department of Animal Science, Faculty of Agriculture at Kamphaeng Saen
  • Route 5: Department of Soil Science, Faculty of Agriculture at Kamphaeng Saen
  • Route 6: Center for Agricultural Biotechnology
  • Route 7: Postharvest Technology Center
  • Route 8: Rice Gene Discovery Unit, Rice Science Center
  • Route 9: Aquaculture Research Center, Faculty of Fisheries
16:00 Depart for MWIT
18:00 – 21:00 Closing Ceremony & Farewell Party Basketball Court Closing Ceremony & Farewell Party Basketball Court

Friday, 11 January 2019

Dress code: TISF Polo Shirts (please no shorts).
Time Students Principals & Teachers
Program Location Program Location
06:30 – 07:30 Breakfast Cafeteria Breakfast
  • Dining Area
  • Sampran Hotel (International principals & guests who stay at Sampran Hotel)
07.00 (Optional) Tak bat (offering food to monks) – (at your own expenses) Football field (Optional) Tak bat (offering food to monks) – (at your own expenses) Football field
07.30 Depart for Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya
09.00 – 15.30 Cultural Excursion Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya Cultural Excursion Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya
15.30 Depart for CentralPlaza WestGate
17.00 – 20.00 Souvenir Shopping & Dinner (at your own expenses) CentralPlaza WestGate Souvenir Shopping & Dinner (at your own expenses) CentralPlaza WestGate
20.00 Depart for MWIT

Saturday, 12 January 2019

Time Students Principals & Teachers
Program Location Program Location
All day Departure of Participants
07:00 – 08:30 Breakfast Cafeteria Breakfast
  • Dining Area
  • Sampran Hotel (International principals & guests who stay at Sampran Hotel)
Remark: The schedule is subject to change.

Keynote Speaker
Mr.Chatchawas Wuttisirisart

Chatchawas Wuttisirisart is Mahidol Wittayanusorn Class of 2005 (Gen 13). He is enriched in fields of renewable energy, energy efficiency and energy business for 8 years. He experienced in a scarcity-resource research on the Gobi dessert to conduct a coal-to-liquid project.

Student Project Presentation

TISF 2019 provides opportunities for students to demonstrate their scholarly works through scientific project presentations both oral and poster presentations and to exchange their knowledge and experience in science and technology with other participating students. The participating students will be presenting their projects on January 8 and 9, 2019.

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Science Zones

This section of TISF2019 supports our students learning about “Sufficient Economy for Sustainable Future”. Students will enjoy a variety of activities. The Science Zone held on January 10, 2019 from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Based on their own interest, participants are able to join only one activity.

Cultural Excursion

Ayutthaya, the ancient capital city of Thailand, continues to gain tourists’ attention as a historic attraction. The city is well known for temples, palaces, and particularly the Ayutthaya Historical Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. With a short distance from Bangkok, a day-trip to the city of Ayutthaya is always included as a popular destination for travelers.

Students’ Project Oral Presentation Schedule
Wednesday, January 9, 2019


Floor Plan of Project Poster Exhibition
Venue 1: Engineering & Technology
Room: Dr. Nat Meeting Hall
Commentators
  1. Mr. Anucha Pratumma, Mahidol Wittayanusorn School, Thailand
  2. Mr. Boonnatee Sakboonyarat, Mahidol Wittayanusorn School, Thailand
  3. Ms. Laokhwan Ngamprasit, Mahidol Wittayanusorn School, Thailand
Time Project Presenter
08.30 – 08.45 ET–01 Development of an image recognition algorithm for classifying Anthozoans into subclasses Ceriantharia, Hexacorallia, and Octocorallia
  1. Juris Hannah G. Adorna
  2. Brian Gabriel B. Juat
  3. Kyle Joshua A. Ozo
Philippine Science High School – Main Campus, Philippines
08.45 – 09.00 ET–02 Detection of abandoned objects in surveillance video using machine learning to prevent bombing situations
  1. Nattamon Polvichai
  2. Wisarut Udomsilp
  3. Senangkabordee Maneesilp
Mahidol Wittayanusorn School, Thailand
09.00 – 09.15 ET–03 Driver drowsiness detection with alarm system
  1. Harith Adam Bin Khairul Amri
  2. Nur Qhalisa Binti Nor Izwan
  3. Ilham Juliana Binti Adri Kamal
Kolej Yayasan Saad Melaka, Malaysia
09.15 – 09.30 ET–04 Tapian sealer
  1. Woradech Uenglumpsum
  2. Korawish Thanasit
Chulalongkorn University Demonstration Secondary School, Thailand
09.30 – 09.40 Break
09.40 – 09.55 ET–05 White light communications
  1. Dyrius Tay Jiale
  2. Alexander Goo Zong Han
National University of Singapore High School of Math & Science, Singapore
09.55 – 10.10 ET–06 Alzheimer’s patient care assistant application (One4Alz)
  1. Krit Chanpornpakdee
Mahidol Wittayanusorn School, Thailand
10.10 – 10.25 ET–07 Cooking by the sun
  1. Parlisa Thoummavongsa
  2. Santi Keomixay
  3. Thipphaphone Latxanaxay
School for Gifted and Ethnic Students, Lao PDR
10.25 – 10.40 ET–08 Automatic recyclable waste separator
  1. Chutikan Chalerykam
  2. Thanawan Phoauthai
  3. Thapakorn Threeraket
Princess Chulabhorn Science High School Lopburi, Thailand
10.40 – 10.50 Break
10.50 – 11.05 ET–09 Brainwave authentication program using proper visual stimulation and deep learning algorithm for processing
  1. Teerapath Sattabongkot
  2. Supawich Puengdang
Mahidol Wittayanusorn School, Thailand
11.05 – 11.20 ET–10 An innovative design for low cost cleaning robots
  1. Yurui Shao
  2. Nicholas Zhi Jie Chia
  3. Jonathan Qi Quan Lee
Anderson–Serangoon Junior College, Singapore
11.20 – 11.35 ET–11 Identifying box
  1. Rith Virakyuth
  2. Houng Lyheang
  3. Nil Nun
Preah Sisowath High School, Cambodia
11.35 – 11.50 ET–12 Developing program to detect humans using information in videos with deep learning
  1. Rawisara Lohanimit
  2. Thanpimon Buamanee
  3. Sarita Yokul
Mahidol Wittayanusorn School, Thailand
Venue 2: Chemistry
Room: Dr. Kovit Meeting Hall
Commentators
  1. Dr. Kiattipoom Rodpun, Mahidol Wittayanusorn School, Thailand
  2. Ms. Khanittha Cordhanam, Chiangmai University Demonstration School, Thailand
  3. Ms. Putcharee Limsuwan, Saard Paderm Wittaya, Thailand
  4. Mrs. Tammara Phromhom, PSU Wittayanusorn School, Thailand
Time Project Presenter
08.30 – 08.45 CH–01 Chewing gum made from various Thai herbs shown to decrease smoking rate
  1. Chunyanut Arsaikrang
  2. Kritsamon Tiatongjitman
Princess Chulabhorn Science High School Chonburi, Thailand
08.45 – 09.00 CH–02 Photocatalytic degradation of poly (methyl methacrylate) (PMMA) under UV irradiation
  1. Kophong Ruangwattanakul
Mahidol Wittayanusorn School, Thailand
09.00 – 09.15 CH–03 Simulation of reversible reactions in gaseous phase: A Microscopic approach of chemical kinetics and equilibrium
  1. Shin Young Park
  2. Hye Ri Ryou
  3. Min Jun Kim
Hana Academy Seoul, Korea
09.15 – 09.30 CH–04 Development of  paper-based sensor with portable device for real time fieldwork detection of arsenic in water resources by electrochemical technique
  1. Boonsita Trongtokit
  2. Foyfon Sengsong
  3. Nawan Pornananrat
Mahidol Wittayanusorn School, Thailand
09.30 – 09.40 Break
09.40 – 09.55 CH–05 Effects of titanium dioxide nano particle (TiO2) for the quality of particleboard from tamarind seed coat
  1. Pongsathorn Cherdchoo
  2. Jinnawat Charoensin
  3. Ponlapat Noumprom
Petpittayakom School, Thailand
09.55 – 10.10 CH–06 New C4-alkyloxyamino derivatives of thymidine with antibacterial activity
  1. Aleksei Grebennikov
Moscow South-Eastern School named after V.I.Chuikov, Russia
10.10 – 10.25 CH–07 The study efficiency to assist in the co-ordination of silk proteins with polyvinyl alcohol
  1. Kanwaraporn Chuejanaud
  2. Julaluck Sanghirun
Princess Chulabhorn Science High School Buriram, Thailand
10.25 – 10.40 CH–08 A novel optical sensor for determining nitrate ions in water using polyvinylpyrrolidone and acid blue 22
  1. Cholapat Varongchayakul
  2. Chalida Haruehansapong
Mahidol Wittayanusorn School, Thailand
10.40 – 10.50 Break
10.50 – 11.05 CH–09 Enjoy thinking to defeat height
  1. Chatcha Rongmali
  2. Nannapat Pengpirom
  3. Achiraya Priaowan
Saard Phaderm Wittaya School, Thailand
11.05 – 11.20 CH–10 Study of the removal efficiency on methylene blue under visible light by using Cu2O precipitation with ZnO catalyst in photocatalysis method
  1. Patchariya Chawalitjinda
  2. Preravit Laothanasin
Mahidol Wittayanusorn School, Thailand
11.20 – 11.50 CH–11 Computational study of copper(II) complexes as a model of active sites in catechol oxidase reactions
  1. Yeo Shi En1
  2. Tassaphon Tirasutt2
  3. Paris Nilthalak2
  4. Poompat Laohavirojana2
1National Junior College, Singapore
2Mahidol Wittayanusorn School, Thailand
Venue 3: Environmental Science
Room: Virtual Reality Theater
Commentators
  1. Mr. Chaiwat Chueamang, Mahidol Wittayanusorn School, Thailand
  2. Mr. Khasemchat Intasing, Petpittayakom, Thailand
  3. Ms. Sirilak Yamkong, Uttaraditdaruni, Thailand
Time Project Presenter
08.30 – 08.45 EN–01 Development of lightweight concrete by using biomass ash
  1. Nuttaya Pittayachunnapong
  2. Neerachar Gooramasuwan
  3. Arisa Thangpaibool
Darunsikkhalai Science School, Thailand
08.45 – 09.00 EN–02 Status of mosquito larvae and water qualities in shrimp ponds in Trang province
  1. Prangnapas Kongneam
  2. Annop Sangkamanee
Princess Chulabhorn Science High School Trang, Thailand
09.00 – 09.15 EN–03 Green energy: Thanks to water
  1. Muhammad Adlan Azizuddin
  2. Muhammad Khairul Izdihar Wahiri
  3. Muhammad Zharfan Zulfikri
Alam Shah Science School, Malaysia
09.15 – 09.30 EN–04 Oil absorbent material based on natural rubber
  1. Punpom Sukjuntra
  2. Apisara Chaisawat
Demonstration School of Prince of Songkla University, Thailand
09.30 – 09.40 Break
09.40 – 09.55 EN–05 Classification of the upper Paleozoic trilobites from Doi Tu Pu, Chiang Rai province, Northern Thailand : preliminary result
  1. Siwakorn Maneethein
Yupparaj Wittayalai School, Thailand
09.55 – 10.10 EN–06 Study on the efficiency of adsorption of heavy metal ions with magnetite resin in induced magnetic field
  1. Watsamon Trakulsirisak
  2. Lakana Tangwattanawong
  3. Warisaya Tobdan
Siyanusorn School, Thailand
10.10 – 10.25 EN–07 Removal of phenol catalyzed by peroxidase from water hyacinth
  1. Watcharapong Wongkaew
  2. Pariyakorn Kanchanawat
  3. Piyamon Songpanich
Mahidol Wittayanusorn School, Thailand
10.25 – 10.40 EN–08 Absorption of waste phosphate using biochar and chitosan gel beds for Portulaca grandiflora growth
  1. Natnicha Techaamnuayporn
  2. Puttaranun Boonchit
Kamnoetvidya Science Academy, Thailand
10.40 – 10.50 Break
10.50 – 11.05 EN–09 Bioplastic film from extract in banana peel and banana leaves
  1. Kantarot Jeenkajorn
  2. Pascha Homchun
  3. Ariya Khamnuandet
Angthong Pathamaroj Wittayakhom, Thailand
11.05 – 11.20 EN–10 Charcoal pottery filter model
  1. Trissanan Pleekhum
  2. Ratchadaphorn Boonrangsee
Princess Chulabhorn Science High School Chiang Rai, Thailand
11.20 – 11.35 EN–11 Removal of Pb2+ from consuming water using a fabricated water filter for home use
  1. Pantaree Sodkhoksoong
  2. Papidchaya Chanpong
  3. Thanyarus Rodsawatchuchoke
Mahidol Wittayanusorn School, Thailand
Venue 4: Biochemistry
Room: Academic Resource Center, 2nd Floor
Commentators
  1. Dr. Duangkhae Srikun, Mahidol Wittayanusorn School, Thailand
  2. Mrs. Meenarad Wongsanae, Princess Chulabhorn Science High School Mukdahan, Thailand
  3. Ms. Pratuengsook Maneelam, The Demonstration School of Khon Kaen University, Thailand
  4. Ms. Anna Shmakova, Moscow South-Eastern School named after V.I.Chuikov, Russia
Time Project Presenter
08.30 – 08.45 BC–01 Antioxidant activities of γ-oryzanol rich extracts from riceberry rice bran
  1. Panatorn Chiaranai
Ratchasima Wittayalai School, Thailand
08.45 – 09.00 BC–02 Comparison of dye durable raw cultivated banana peels
  1. Benyapha Sudthanom
  2. Nantanat Korsakul
  3. Pattarin Natirutthakorn
Satthasamut School, Thailand
09.00 – 09.15 BC–03 Actylcholinesterase inhibitory activity analysis of potent chemicals in coffee ground
  1. Kornkan Meejak
Naresuan University Secondary Demonstration School, Thailand
09.15 – 09.30 BC–04 In vitro selection of salt tolerant Citrus nobillis
  1. Hương Xuân thiên Trần
  2. Bách Xuân Nguyễn
VNU-HCM High School for the Gifted, Vietnam
09.30 – 09.40 Break
09.40 – 09.55 BC–05 Development of air filter with gold nanoparticles
  1. Pongphak Kanwinphruet
  2. Yutthapichai Aiadthum
  3. Thitirat Chantorn
Princess Chulabhorn Science High School Nakhon Si Thammarat, Thailand
09.55 – 10.10 BC–06 Anti-tyrosinase and antioxidant activity of crude protein extract from bean seeds
  1. Jirayut Daunsuk
  2. Napat Nuramsum
The Demonstration School of Khon Kaen University, Thailand
10.10 – 10.25 BC–07 A study on factors affecting hair color from dyeing with the leaf of Henna (Lawsonia inermis L.) extract
  1. Ketsarapohn Donwichai
  2. Chayapa Namro
  3. Chatsumarl Wannasing
Kalasinpittayasan School, Thailand
10.25 – 10.40 BC–08 The effect of sericin protein from waste cocoons on reducing pupa’s duration and increasing amount of silk fibers
  1. Siwaraya Sanbandit
  2. Sahathai Mongyen
  3. Kornwalai Tadpring
Uttaraditdaruni School, Thailand
10.40 – 10.50 Break
10.50 – 11.05 BC–09 An examination of glucose in urine with KMnO4 for the indication of diabetes mellitus
  1. Sangkhakorn Duangjaidee
  2. Porramapon Kaewsujarit
  3. Dallachawan Boonsorn
Sirindhorn School, Thailand
11.05 – 11.20 BC–10 The optimization of firefighting protein foam from water hyacinth by nano-zinc oxide
  1. Supakarn Kotwong
  2. Sirikan Thongraar
  3. Yanisa Petsang
Sakonrajwittayanukul School, Thailand
11.20 – 11.50 BC–11 Delaying the ripening of guavas using polyethylene film and silica gel with potassium permanganate
  1. Charlotte Foong Shi Qi1
  2. Kittipat Chansri2
  3. Sarita Kongmuang2
  4. Sirikorn Chusri2
1National Junior College, Singapore
2Mahidol Wittayanusorn School, Thailand
Venue 5: Physics
Room: 1601
Commentators
  1. Dr. Thanyanan Phuphachong, Mahidol Wittayanusorn School, Thailand
  2. Mr. Alexey Pavlyuchenko, St.-Petersburg Lyceum Physical Technical High School affiliated with the Russian Academy of Science, Russia
  3. Dr. Sher-yi Chiam, National University of Singapore High School of Math & Science, Singapore
Time Project Presenter
08.30 – 08.45 PH–01 The study of distances between transducer and reflector in ultrasonic acoustic levitation using COMSOL simulation
  1. Sakdipat Kongkaeo
Hatyaiwittayalai School, Thailand
08.45 – 09.00 PH–02 Paper-based biosensor for detecting concentration of Bilirubin in the neonates by using absorption of light
  1. Jidapa Jermjaroong
  2. Chanisara Pawirunsiri
Mahidol Wittayanusorn School, Thailand
09.00 – 09.15 PH–03 Creating micro hydroelectric generator suitable for river environment in Japan
  1. Minami Uchida
  2. Eri Inoue
  3. Mio Nakagishi
Waseda University Honjo Senior High School, Japan
09.15 – 09.30 PH–04 Development of wood density measuring instrument by determining the speed of stress wave in wood with piezoelectric effect
  1. Pakteema Duriyapatsorn
  2. Nutchanon Jariyanurut
  3. Piramon Permsilp
Mahidol Wittayanusorn School, Thailand
09.30 – 09.40 Break
09.40 – 09.55 PH–05 The efficiency of concrete railroad sleeper adding rubber
  1. Nuttida Naknual
  2. Pakin Sakulrang
  3. Patsatorn Thavonnuruk
PSU Wittayanusorn School, Thailand
09.55 – 10.10 PH–06 Stability and electronic property of M-Mo2C under biaxial stress
  1. Baramett Somtha
  2. Naruepachai Prairahongkun
  3. Athipat Aeidoui
Mahidol Wittayanusorn School, Thailand
10.10 – 10.40 PH–07 Enhancing efficiency of Zeer refrigerator by varying relative parameters
  1. Lee Jia Jia1
  2. Natthaphon Suphansri2
  3. Porama Rittibunlue2
1National Junior College, Singapore
2Mahidol Wittayanusorn School, Thailand
Venue 6: Mathematics
Room: 1602
Commentators
  1. Mrs. Suphannee Chueanun, Mahidol Wittayanusorn School, Thailand
  2. Mr. Charit Rawangbaan, Princess Chulabhorn Science High School Phetchaburi, Thailand
  3. Dr. Thammanoon Puirod, Mahidol Wittayanusorn School, Thailand
Time Project Presenter
08.30 – 08.45 MA–01 The study of alternating number-card positions from card permutation
  1. Naruepachai Prairahongkun
  2. Panithi Vanasirikul
  3. Chaipattana Juntarapomdech
Mahidol Wittayanusorn School, Thailand
08.45 – 09.00 MA–02 Matrix and security system
  1. Prawit Janprathak
  2. Piyarat Akotmee
  3. Umaporn Kongmanee
Princess Chulabhorn Science High School Loei, Thailand
09.00 – 09.15 MA–03 Quasiharmonic functions on graphs
  1. Ruslan Kasimov
Advanced Education and Science Center of Moscow State University (The Kolmogorov School), Russia
09.15 – 09.30 MA–04 Devising the formula for finding the magic constant of complex magic square
  1. Jeerawit Prasitvises
Princess Chulabhorn Science High School Phitsanulok, Thailand
09.30 – 09.40 Break
09.40 – 09.55 MA–05 On the group ring satisfying Nil clean property
  1. Sehoon Eo
  2. Seungjoo Hwang
  3. Woonkyoung Yeo
Korea Science Academy of KAIST, Korea
09.55 – 10.10 MA–06 The image processing for computing the amount of sweet corn
  1. Neeranuch Sudcharoen
  2. Chanikarn Promphat
  3. Pronchanun Mangmeethanapiboon
Princess Chulabhorn Science High School Phetchaburi, Thailand
10.10 – 10.25 MA–07 The application of rook polynomial for solving lottery problem
  1. Supphachai Sonwai
Phitsanulok Phittayakhom School, Thailand
10.25 – 10.40 MA–08 A ρ-labeling of the graph Lp - ladder ∪ Lq - ladder
  1. Chanatiwat Nillaphat
  2. Yanisa Pisalayon
  3. Jirath Putthammawong
Mahidol Wittayanusorn School, Thailand
Venue 7: Biology I
Room: 1603
Commentators
  1. Dr. Orawan Piyaboon, Mahidol Wittayanusorn School, Thailand
  2. Mr. Kian Tong Ho, Anderson-Serangoon Junior College, Singapore
  3. Ms. Rama Letchumy Athimoolam, Alam Shah Science School, Malaysia
Time Project Presenter
08.30 – 08.45 BI–01 The relationship between regeneration of planaria and density effect
  1. Tatsu Hayakawa
  2. Naoya Okada
Aichi Prefectural Handa Senior High School, Japan
08.45 – 09.00 BI–02 Aromatic light trap for rove beetle prevention
  1. Thanaphat Khemniwat
  2. Pitchakorn Utsaha
  3. Sutthichet Phonglopisit
Kasetsart University Laboratory School, Center for Educational Research and Development, Thailand
09.00 – 09.15 BI–03 Are there sex based behavioural differences in common tortoises (Testudo graeca)?
  1. Naomi Faiger
  2. Hadas Matalon
  3. Shani Ron
Leo Baeck Education Center, Israel
09.15 – 09.30 BI–04 The preliminary examination on oil accumulation in seedling-induced callus of Jatropha curcas L.
  1. Thammarat Jirasukprasert
  2. Pittawat Somvanapanich
  3. Kritapas Smiththithiti
Mahidol Wittayanusorn School, Thailand
09.30 – 09.40 Break
09.40 – 09.55 BI–05 De – Fluoridation: A study on fluoride toxicity of drinking water
  1. Arnav Sethi
  2. Sachin Yuvraj Dinesh Babu
  3. Rithwick Sethi
Vasant Valley School, India
09.55 – 10.10 BI–06 The production of carboxymethyl cellulose films from giant mimosa barks for cropping
  1. Gasanapoth Thossarost
  2. Sirawit Paaium
  3. Taksaporn Namwong
Phayaophittayakhom School, Thailand
10.10 – 10.25 BI–07 Testing efficacy: matK primers for DNA amplification of Eucalyptus and Corymbia
  1. Zachary Bushby
  2. Saahir Mamun
  3. Megan Robinson
  4. Yoshiyuki Takeya
  5. Gabriel Waterson
John Monash Science School, Australia
10.25 – 10.40 BI–08 CRISPR/Cas9-mediated genome editing of LvCHC in juvenile Litopenaeus vannamei
  1. Thanakit Suebsaicharoen
  2. Phatrapol Tinmanee
  3. Warudom Boonsongsup
Mahidol Wittayanusorn School, Thailand
Venue 8: Biology II
Room: 1701
Commentators
  1. Ms. Tipanart Noikaew, Mahidol Wittayanusorn School, Thailand
  2. Dr. Uri Shanas, The Leo Baeck Education Center, Israel
  3. Mr. Auttapon Khankaew, Princess Chulabhorn Science High School Trang, Thailand
Time Project Presenter
08.30 – 08.45 BI–09 The study of mosquito repellent activity of Calotropis gigantea flower extracts against Aedes aegypti
  1. Tawinan Jan-in
  2. Navarat Sompaew
  3. Benyapa Rapukhiaw
Princess Chulabhorn Science High School Mukdahan, Thailand
08.45 – 09.00 BI–10 The impact of antioxidants on the self-renewal of human mesenchymal stem cells
  1. Ekaterina Lyublinskaya
  2. Kirill Brilliantov
St.-Petersburg Lyceum Physical Technical High School affiliated with the Russian Academy of Science, Russia
09.00 – 09.15 BI–11 The effects of anticancer drugs on the motility of Cholangiocarcinoma cell lines
  1. Supanat Tangjairakkarndee
  2. Meentada Wattanarak
  3. Pattara Pattaravoratham
Mahidol Wittayanusorn School, Thailand
09.15 – 09.30 BI–12 Easy check, Easy go, Blood glucose!
  1. Chun Fung Leung
  2. Tsun Hei Wang
  3. Tye Chu
G.T. (Ellen Yeung) College- Secondary Section, Hong Kong
09.30 – 09.40 Break
09.40 – 09.55 BI–13 Spiders get drunk on coffee
  1. Kiyoshi Ishida
  2. Satoru Kazamatsuri
  3. Rintaro Kishimoto
Senior High School at Komaba, University of Tsukuba, Japan
09.55 – 10.10 BI–14 Effect of glucose concentration in culture medium on Human Dermal Fibroblasts (HDF) migration
  1. Prodpran Pin-in-ta
  2. Aunchisa Krabounsaeng
Chiangmai University Demonstration School in affiliation of Chiangmai University, Thailand
10.10 – 10.40 BI–15 The effect of ethanol pre-treatment on survival, growth, and ion accumulation in Thai and Japanese rice seedlings under salt stress
  1. Karin Shima1
  2. Yuki Tamada1
  3. Tomoya Morita1
  4. Nanthicha Makjinda2
  5. Natkamol Puranapan2
  6. Proudpisooth Wongprakornkul2
1Ritsumeikan High School, Japan
2Mahidol Wittayanusorn School, Thailand
Venue 9: Biology III
Room: 1703
Commentators
  1. Ms. Tanyaratana Dumkua, Mahidol Wittayanusorn School, Thailand
  2. Ms. Arita Pluemthanom, Mahidol Wittayanusorn School, Thailand
  3. Dr. Thư Bích Trần, VNU-HCM High School for the Gifted, Vietnam
Time Project Presenter
08.30 – 08.45 BI–16 Diversity of stalked barnacles and acorn barnacles (Crustacea: Cirripedia) in Eastern Thailand
  1. Pisit Sanjan
Piboonbumpen Demonstration School, Burapha University, Thailand
08.45 – 09.00 BI–17 The study of antibacterial efficiency on egg white and eggshell membrane and the application of egg white and eggshell membrane as a material for medical uses
  1. Rujeerada Wirojjananuwat
  2. Praon Thareeboonchai
Mahidol Wittayanusorn School, Thailand
09.00 – 09.15 BI–18 An analysis of the penetration and functions of photoreceptors in roots
  1. Shiori Morita
Ritsumeikan High School, Japan
09.15 – 09.30 BI–19 The studying of raw Carissa Carandas Linn. which can inhibit bacteria Micrococcus spp.
  1. Virin Sovaratanapong
  2. Benjanooch Pamorn
  3. Kullataya Netmugda
Chitralada School, Thailand
09.30 – 09.40 Break
09.40 – 09.55 BI–20 Bees
  1. Anatsaya Phongsavath
  2. Chanthaly Sanaphaiphan
  3. Thatsaphone Khemkham
Vientiane Secondary School, Lao P.D.R.
09.55 – 10.10 BI–21 The effect of cross-breeding between silver barb with redtail tinfoil barb and silver barb with fancy carp on mating rate and haching rate
  1. Theerapad Chamnancrad
  2. Nuengruethai Srisai
  3. Wanalee Chomthng
Princess Chulaborn Science High School Satun, Thailand
10.10 – 10.25 BI–22 The properties of recombinant enzyme DNase from the Hepatopancreas of Litopenaeus vannamei expressed in Escherichia coli
  1. Ariya Phawadee
  2. Thunyanun Limsoonthakul
Mahidol Wittayanusorn School, Thailand
10.25 – 10.40 BI–23 The antifungi activity test of the combination of durian skin and gambir extract toward the growth of Candida albicans on Candidiasis vaginalis
  1. Astrie Asihai
  2. Dewanti Agustira
  3. Ribka Anastasya Regidianti
Center for Young Scientists, Indonesia

Science Zones: “Sufficient Economy for Sustainable Future”

The Faculty of Agriculture at Kamphaeng Saen, Kasetsart University is Thailand leading institute for agricultural science and technology. The campus is located 80 kilometers west of Bangkok and 30 kilometers from downtown Nakhon Pathom province and it is well situated for all kind of agriculture with fertile soils and ample irrigation supply from Meklong River. The faculty has provided teaching, research, and public service in agriculture since November, 1979 as an extended unit of the Faculty of Agriculture in the main campus.

No. Location Topic Figures Number of participants
Teachers Students

1

Department of Horticulture, Faculty of Agriculture at Kamphaeng Saen, Kasetsart University

Learning orchid pollination, cultivation, moving into planting materials and postharvest activities.

8

22

2

Department of Plant Pathology, Kasetsart University

Faculty of Agriculture at Kamphaeng Saen, Kasetsart University

Examination of disease in plants caused by pathogens and application of Trichoderma fungi in the biological control of plant pathogens.

8

22

3

Department of Entomology, Faculty of Agriculture at Kamphaeng Saen, Kasetsart University
  • Practicing pest control with natural extracts.
  • Observing silkworm rearing and silk filament production.

10

30

4

Department of Animal Science, Faculty of Agriculture at Kamphaeng Saen, Kasetsart University
  • Visiting demonstration farm!
  • Animal husbandry
  • Meat and eggs products quality test and control.

10

30

5

Department of Soil Science, Faculty of Agriculture at Kamphaeng Saen, Kasetsart University

Investigating soil quality evaluation and nourishment.

10

30

6

Center for Agricultural Biotechnology, Kasetsart University

Exploring biotechnological research on applied agricultural technology such as plant biotechnology and plant-microbial interaction.

8

27

7

Postharvest Technology Center, Kasetsart University

Learning how to minimize damages and to control quality of fruits and vegetables by postharvest technology and biological compounds analysis.

8

22

8

Rice Gene Discovery Unit, Rice Science Center, Kasetsart University

Learning rice culture, rice production and improvement of rice breeding using biotechnology approaches.

10

30

9

Aquaculture Research Center, Faculty of Fisheries, Kasetsart University

Observing aquaculture, sex identification and sex reversal of tilapia.

10

30

Cultural Excursions


Route 1


Morning:
  • Ayutthaya Historical Park (Wat Chaiwatthanaram and Wat Mahathat)
Afternoon:
  • Wat Niwet Thamprawat
  • Bang Pa-In Royal Palace

Wat Chaiwatthanaram


Wat Chaiwatthanaram was constructed in 1630 by King Prasat Thong. It was one of the grandest monuments of the Ayutthaya Kingdom. The King built the temple as a means to gain Buddhist merit and as a memorial to his mother. Her ashes are enshrined in two square chedis flanking the ubosot on the East side of the temple.

Wat Maha That


Wat Mahathat, “the temple of the Great Relic” was one of the most important temples in the Ayutthaya Kingdom. Located on the historical island the large monastery features a huge central prang, a very large principal viharn and ubosot and a great number of subsidiary chedis and viharns. The upper part of its once massive central prang has collapsed. Today only the base remains. One of the temple’s most photographed objects is the head of a stone Buddha image entwined in the roots of a tree.

Lights

Chedis and prangs at Wat Mahathat, Ayutthaya
http://www.ayutthaya2020.com/watmahathat.asp

Lights

Buddha Image in the viharn at Wat Mahathat, Ayutthaya.
http://www.ayutthaya2020.com/watmahathat.asp

Lights

The well known image of the Head of the Buddha, with tree trunk and roots growing around it. Wat Mahathat, Ayutthaya.
http://www.ayutthaya2020.com/watmahathat.asp

Wat Niwet Thammaprawat


Wat Niwet Thamprawat is considered the one and only European architectural style temple in Thailand. It is located on an island in Chao Phraya River, on the bank opposite Bang Pa-in palace.In 1876, King Rama V had this temple built in order to perform religious practices during his stay at Bang Pa-in palace. The intriguing characteristic of this monastery is that it was decorated in Western style.

Bang Pa-In Royal Palace


The original Palace was built by King Prasat Thong of Ayutthaya in the first half of the 17th century. When Ayutthaya was invaded and destroyed by the Burmese in 1767, Bang Pa-In Palace was left abandoned for almost a century. During the reign of King Mongkut (Rama IV) in the 1850’s some of the Palace was rebuilt. Most of the buildings of Bang Pa-In Palace today date from the late 19th century. The Palace is still used by the Royal Family. A number of impressive buildings can be found in the Palace complex, built in very different architectural styles, some in classical Thai, some Chinese and some European design.

Route 2


Morning:
  • Ayutthaya Historical Park (Wat Phra Si Sanphet)
  • Wihan Phra Mongkhon Bophit
  • Chao Sam Phraya National Museum
Afternoon:
  • Bang Pa-In Royal Palace
  • Wat Niwet Thamprawat

Wat Phra Si Sanphet


Wat Phra Si Sanphet, “the temple of the Buddha Si Sanphet” was the most important temple in the Ayutthaya Kingdom. Being part of the Royal Palace complex, the very large monastery with dozens of structures was used by Ayutthaya Kings only; it was a Royal temple without resident monks.

Wihan Phra Mongkhon Bophit


Wat Mongkhon Bophit is an 'active' temple compound, and throughout the day many people visit and worship the Buddha image. The main feature at Wat Mongkhon Bophit is the large bronze (gilded) Buddha image, named Phra Mongkhon Bophit, which is close to 17 meters high (when including the 4,5 meters high base).

Chao Sam Phraya National Museum


Chao Sam Phraya National Museum features Thai Fine Arts and Handicraft from the Ayutthaya era. A number of antique Buddha images are on display alongside local relics, carved wooden panels, Thai Buddhist Sculpture and other items from local temples. A good place to visit for those with an interest in the area's history

Bang Pa-In Royal Palace


The original Palace was built by King Prasat Thong of Ayutthaya in the first half of the 17th century. When Ayutthaya was invaded and destroyed by the Burmese in 1767, Bang Pa-In Palace was left abandoned for almost a century. During the reign of King Mongkut (Rama IV) in the 1850’s some of the Palace was rebuilt. Most of the buildings of Bang Pa-In Palace today date from the late 19th century. The Palace is still used by the Royal Family. A number of impressive buildings can be found in the Palace complex, built in very different architectural styles, some in classical Thai, some Chinese and some European design.

Wat Niwet Thammaprawat


Wat Niwet Thamprawat is considered the one and only European architectural style temple in Thailand. It is located on an island in Chao Phraya River, on the bank opposite Bang Pa-in palace.In 1876, King Rama V had this temple built in order to perform religious practices during his stay at Bang Pa-in palace. The intriguing characteristic of this monastery is that it was decorated in Western style.

Route 3


Morning:
  • Ayutthaya Historical Park (Wat Maha That)
  • Wat Yai Chai Mongkol
Afternoon:
  • Wat Niwet Thamprawat
  • Bang Pa-In Royal Palace

Wat Maha That


Wat Mahathat, “the temple of the Great Relic” was one of the most important temples in the Ayutthaya Kingdom. Located on the historical island the large monastery features a huge central prang, a very large principal viharn and ubosot and a great number of subsidiary chedis and viharns. The upper part of its once massive central prang has collapsed. Today only the base remains. One of the temple’s most photographed objects is the head of a stone Buddha image entwined in the roots of a tree.

Lights

Chedis and prangs at Wat Mahathat, Ayutthaya
http://www.ayutthaya2020.com/watmahathat.asp

Lights

Buddha Image in the viharn at Wat Mahathat, Ayutthaya.
http://www.ayutthaya2020.com/watmahathat.asp

Lights

The well known image of the Head of the Buddha, with tree trunk and roots growing around it. Wat Mahathat, Ayutthaya.
http://www.ayutthaya2020.com/watmahathat.asp

Wat Yai Chai Mongkol


The temple is popular for its later constructions as well, including Chedi or Pagoda that was built by the King Naresuan, the great. The large Chedi in the monastery was built for the purpose of unique architecture and later on, it was come to be known as Wat Yai Chiamongkhon.

Lights

The impressive stupa (chedi) at Wat Yai Chai Mongkol, Ayutthaya
http://www.ayutthaya2020.com/watyaichaimongkol.asp

Lights

View from the Chedi at Wat Yai Chai Mongkol, Ayutthaya
http://www.ayutthaya2020.com/watyaichaimongkol.asp

Lights

Rows of Buddha Images around the central stupa. Wat Yai Chai Mongkol
http://www.ayutthaya2020.com/watyaichaimongkol.asp

Lights

Reclining Buddha Image at Wat Yai Chai Mongkol
http://www.ayutthaya2020.com/watyaichaimongkol.asp

Wat Niwet Thammaprawat


Wat Niwet Thamprawat is considered the one and only European architectural style temple in Thailand. It is located on an island in Chao Phraya River, on the bank opposite Bang Pa-in palace.In 1876, King Rama V had this temple built in order to perform religious practices during his stay at Bang Pa-in palace. The intriguing characteristic of this monastery is that it was decorated in Western style.

Bang Pa-In Royal Palace


The original Palace was built by King Prasat Thong of Ayutthaya in the first half of the 17th century. When Ayutthaya was invaded and destroyed by the Burmese in 1767, Bang Pa-In Palace was left abandoned for almost a century. During the reign of King Mongkut (Rama IV) in the 1850’s some of the Palace was rebuilt. Most of the buildings of Bang Pa-In Palace today date from the late 19th century. The Palace is still used by the Royal Family. A number of impressive buildings can be found in the Palace complex, built in very different architectural styles, some in classical Thai, some Chinese and some European design.

Pre-Arrival Information for TISF 2019 International Participants


TRAVEL ARRANGEMENTS FOR INTERNATIONAL PARTICIPANTS

  • Participants are responsible for organizing and financing their own international travelling arrangements from their cities of residences to Bangkok, Thailand.
  • Participants are to prepare appropriate travel and health insurance covering the entire period of stay prior to the departure from their home countries.
  • Please note that we will have poster set-up hours and/or an opening ceremony rehearsal on January 7, 2019, especially for the selected team that will be giving an oral presentation during the opening ceremony. If your arrival time at Suvarnabhumi International Airport is after 7 p.m. of January 7, 2019, it is recommended that the participating teams should consider to arrive one day in advance.

PICK UP ARRANGEMENTS AT SUVARNNABHUMI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

  • After immigration and excess baggage procedures, please pass through the Exit B or C, then turn right and look for our staff.
  • Our staff will be waiting at the Meeting Point near Gate 3 and Airport Information Counter of Airport to pick up your team. The staff will be holding the Thailand International Science Fair 2019 sign.
    Meeting Point
    Thailand International Science Fair 2019 sign.
  • TISF 2019 vans will leave the airport every hour during 9.00 a.m. – 8.00 p.m.
If you have difficulties in finding our staff, you can call TISF2019 Coordinators at MWIT International Relations Office tel +66 2826 7291, +66 2826 7150, +66 2826 7151, +66 2826 7146 or email address tisf2019@mwit.ac.th

VENUES

Mahidol Wittayanusorn School (MWIT)
364 Salaya, Phutthamonthon District, Nakhon Pathom 73170, Thailand.

MWIT is the first public science high school of Thailand, located in Nakhon Pathom Province. The school takes pride in nurturing and developing exceptionally gifted Grade 10-12 students, with a total of 720 students across three grades. As the host of the event, MWIT is the main venue for the Thailand International Science Fair 2019.

Mahidol Wittayanusorn School (MWIT)

ACCOMMODATIONS

Accommodations for International Principals and Representatives of Principals
Sampran Riverside Hotel sets on acres of landscaped gardens on the Ta Chine riverside in Nakhon Pathom Province. Guests at the Sampran Riverside will feel as if they are a world away, but an hour-long drive is all it takes to reach the big city of Bangkok. It takes about 25-30 minutes to the venue. (Visit http://www.sampranriverside.com for more details.)
On-campus Accommodations for Teachers
Teachers will be sharing two-person or four-person shared guest rooms with en-suite bathrooms. Towels and toiletries are provided.
On-campus Accommodations for Students
Students will be staying at on-campus dormitories. These four-person shared rooms have private baths, accessible from the room. Towels and toiletries are provided.
WIRELESS INFORMATION
All participants can use MWIT free internet connection when on campus. User names, passwords and guidelines will be provided upon arrival at MWIT.

RECOMMENDED ITEMS TO BRING

  • Printed Poster (Poster size is 80 cm (Width) 90 cm (Height).)
  • Soft files for student project oral presentation and cultural performance (Laptops with Window 10, MS Office 2016, Adobe Acrobat Reader, Google Chrome, Windows Media Player programs will be provided during the oral presentation sessions.)
  • Casual, warm weather clothing
  • Formal attire or school uniform
  • Sneakers and sandals
  • Minimal toiletries
  • Insect repellant
  • Pocket money

DRESS CODE FOR ATTENDING TISF ACTIVITIES

  • Formal attires or school uniforms are recommended for opening ceremony, student project oral/poster presentation and closing ceremony.
  • Light clothes with comfortable shoes are recommended for outdoor activities. Please ensure you are also protected with sunscreen.
  • Visitors must be properly dressed before being allowed entry to the palaces and temples in Thailand. Long pants, shirts, blouses with sleeves, midi skirts are highly recommended. (Tank tops, bare shoulders, shorts, mini skirts, tight pants and see-through outfits are not allowed.) If you show up at the front gate improperly dressed, there is a booth near the entrance that can provide clothes to cover you up properly (a deposit is required). Please visit https://www.royalgrandpalace.th/en/visit/practical-information for more details.

GENERAL INFORMATION ABOUT THAILAND

The weather in Thailand is generally hot and humid. During the TISF 2019, the average temperature is 25-30 °C.
Thailand Standard time is GMT +7.
Electrical outlets in Thailand are charged to 220v. Outlets in Thailand generally feature flat, two pronged plugs, so it is often necessary to have a three to two prong adapter for using notebook computers in Thailand.
General information about Thailand is also provided in http://www.tourismthailand.org/About-Thailand.

Contact Us


TISF 2019 Organizing Committee
Mahidol Wittayanusorn School

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