Neuroscience Research (NX)

KMUTT neuroscientists and researchers in related disciplines are gathered under the Neuroscience Center for Research and Innovation (NX). The NX center was established and is led by Dr. Sirawaj Itthiparupat with the focus on elucidating the mechanisms of the brain that support learning, attention, and memory in general and clinical populations, e.g., psychiatric or ADHD patients. The research makes use of a combination of neurophysiological methods, including EEG, fMRI, brain stimulation, psychophysics, eye tracking, and computational modeling, to address brain function-related challenges.


Educational Research

Under this theme, the Learning Institute’s affiliates place an emphasis on outcome-based education. The research group focuses on studying the impact of training on the improvement of teaching competence and the professional development of educators. The researchers also conduct non-research academic work in relation to teaching support and micro-credentials. The topics of interest include developing protocols for studying the impact of teachers’ competence development and utilizing institutional-level data to enhance teaching and learning.


    Chantima Patthamathamakul

Interdisciplinary Professional Research

Multidisciplinary Research The primary objective of multidisciplinary research is to foster innovation and knowledge discovery that are nationally and internationally recognized. This goal is achieved through the collective contribution of experts from specialised fields affiliated with the Learning Institute. The establishment of this group illustrates the university’s recognition and commitment to nurturing the environment, society, and economy in Thailand and around the world by means of science and technology. Research Services