Welcome to the Asia-Pacific Innovations Forum (APIF2018) which is being held at the world famous, 1,700 rai Nong Nooch Tropical Gardens in Chonburi Province (Pattaya), Thailand. This year's theme is 'Wheels within a wheel: Effects of innovation on a 21st Century Workforce'. For conference details, please contact us at msmontanakmitl@gmail.com. Thank you!

Abstract submission extended to 31 December 2017.
Final papers due 14 January 2018.

Conference Pre-Activity Photos - Day 1

Conference Registration - Day 2

Conference Presentations - Day 2

KMITL Executive PhD Graduates

PhDs of tomorrow

Community Social Responsibility

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APIF2018 Overview

Abstract submission extended to 31 December 2017.
Final papers due 14 January 2018.

Conference Theme: 'Wheels within a wheel: Effects of innovation on a 21st Century Workforce'

Conference Highlights

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Thailand's KMITL

KMITL has risen into the 'Top 5' of Thai universities according to the 2017 Higher Education (THE) Rankings. From the Nation newspaper:

THREE THAI UNIVERSITIES have entered the prestigious Times Higher Education Asia University Rankings for the first time this year.
Their inclusion, when combined with the seven other Thai institutes that have long been on the list, makes Thailand the most represented in Southeast Asia.
The three newcomers are the King Mongkut’s Institute of Technology Ladkrabang (ranked in the 181-190 band); Kasetsart University and the King Mongkut's University of Technology North Bangkok (both ranked in the 251-300 band).
Other Thai higher-educational institutes in the top 300 list are: Mahidol University (ranked 97), King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi (ranked in the 101-110 band); Chulalongkorn University (151-160 band); Chiang Mai University (171-180 band); Suranaree University of Technology (191-200 band); Khon Kaen University and Prince of Songkla University (both in 201-250 band).

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According to the 2015 World of Research report from Elsevier,  in the Philippines, De La Salle University-Manila was ranked second in publishing research papers with 190. In 2014, there was a total of 304 social sciences papers published by all researchers in the Philippines, which however was achieved from a relatively small total researcher population of about 2,500 active researchers.

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De La Salle University (DLSU)
2401 Taft Ave., Manila 1004, Philippines

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