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Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering (IME)

Since its inception in the early 1970s, the Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering program at AIT has committed to preparing qualified engineers with high-tech knowledge for supporting the sustainable industrial development of the region. Starting as Systems Engineering in the early days and becoming Industrial & Manufacturing Engineering today, our focus has always been on responding to current needs and future trends for the industry to be competitive, and we have achieved it through

  • A high-quality graduate education program,
  • Teaching excellent through research activities,
  • A strong relationship with private and public sectors, and
  • Partnership with various manufacturing and service industries.

INDUSTRIAL AND MANUFACTURING ENGINEERING (IME)

Since its inception in the early 1970s, the Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering program at AIT has committed to preparing qualified engineers with high-tech knowledge for supporting the sustainable industrial development of the region. Starting as Systems Engineering in the early days and becoming Industrial & Manufacturing Engineering today, our focus has always been on responding to current needs and future trends for the industry to be competitive, and we have achieved it through

  • A high-quality graduate education program,
  • Teaching excellent through research activities,
  • A strong relationship with private and public sectors, and
  • Partnership with various manufacturing and service industries.
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Programs

  • Doctoral degree program
  • Master’s degree program
  • Professional master’s degree program*
  • Diploma and certificate

* Three years’ experience is required.

  • Sustainable industrial development
  • Systems engineering
  • Manufacturing and service industries
  • Nanotechnology
  • Bionanotechnology

Preferred Background

  • Master Program

Strong quantitative background; undergraduate degree in mechanical, production, industrial, electrical, electronics, or chemical engineering; other engineering fields; other applied sciences.

  • Doctoral Program

One should have a good master’s degree in one of the above disciplines.

Course Structure

August Semester
Course CodeTitleCourse CreditTypeInstructor/s
AT72.01Deterministic Optimization Models3(3-0)GeneralDr. Huynh Trung Luong
AT72.02Production and Operations Management3(3-0)GeneralAdjunct Faculty
AT72.03Statistical Models and Design of Experiments3(3-0)RequiredDr. Huynh Trung Luong
AT72.04Engineering Economy3(3-0)GeneralDr. Huynh Trung Luong, Adjunct Faculty
AT72.05Quality Control and Management3(3-0)GeneralDr. Huynh Turung Luong
AT73.03Engineering Metrology3(2-3)GeneralDr. Pisut Koomsap
AT73.05Eco-Design and Manufacturing Systems3(2-3)GeneralAdjunct Faculty
AT73.16CAE & CAM for Product Development3(2-3)GeneralAdjunct Faculty
AT73.19Advanced E-Design3(2-3)GeneralAdjunct Faculty
AT73.20Additive Manufacturing and Reverse Engineering3(3(-0)GeneralDr. Pisut Koomsap
AT73.9009Selected Topic: Communications and People Skills Development for Engineering Leaders3(15-60)GeneralDr. Pisut Koomsap
AT74.01Kinematics and Dynamics of Mechanisms and Robots3(2-3)GeneralAdjunct Faculty
AT74.03Sensing and Actuation3(2-3)GeneralProf. Manukid Parnichkun
AT74.04Digital and Analog Circuit Design3(2-3)GeneralAdjunct Faculty
AT74.10Control Theory3(3-0)GeneralProf. Manukid Parnichkun
AT81.01Microelectronics Fabrication Technology3(3-0)GeneralAdjunct Faculty
AT81.05Analog Integrated Circuit Design3(2-3)GeneralAdjunct Faculty
AT81.06VLSI Design3(2-3)GeneralAdjunct Faculty
AT81.07Micro-Electro Mechanical Systems3(3-0)GeneralDr. Mongkol Ekpanyapong
AT81.15Embedded Systems Architecture3(3-0)GeneralDr. Mongkol Ekpanyapong
AT79.02Impact of Nanotechnology on the Society 2(30-0)GeneralDr. Gabriel Louis Hornyak
AT79.03Intellectual Property Rights for Technology Development and Management 2(30-0)GeneralAdjunct Faculty
AT79.05Fundamentals of Chemistry2(15-30)GeneralAdjunct Faculty
AT79.06Catalysis2(30-0)GeneralDr. Gabriel Louis Hornyak
AT79.09Colloids and Nanoparticles3(15-45)GeneralDr. Tanujjal Bora
AT79.10Microelectronics Fabrication Technology3(45-0)GeneralDr. Tanujjal Bora/Adjunct Faculty
AT72.9014Selected Topic: Applied Data Analytics3(45-0)GeneralDr. Huynh Turung Luong
AT79.9002Selected Topic: Nanotechnology for Biomedical Applications1(15-0)GeneralDr. Tanujjal Bora/Adjunct Faculty
AT79.9003Selected Topic: Fundamentals of Bionanotechnology3(45-0)GeneralDr. Gabriel Louis Hornyak
AT79.9004Selected Topic: Nanomechanics2(30-0)GeneralAdjunct Faculty
AT79.9005Selected Topic: Nanometrology2(30-0)GeneralDr. Tanujjal Bora
AT79.9006Selected Topic: Nanotechnology for the Life Sciences 3(45-0)GeneralDr. Tanujjal Bora
AT79.9007Selected Topic: Nanotechnology for Solar Cells2(30-0)GeneralDr. Tanujjal Bora
AT84.01Nano-Micro Fabrication Technologies3(45-0)GeneralDr. Tanujjal Bora
AT84.02Fundamentals of Bionanotechnology 3(30-45) GeneralAdjunct Faculty
AT84.03Catalysis, Enzyme Kinetics and Thermodynamics3(45-0)GeneralDr. Tanujjal Bora/Prof.Dieter Trau, Adjunct Faculty
January Semester
Course CodeTitleCourse CreditTypeInstructor/s
AT72.08Stochastic Decision Models3(3-0)GeneralDr. Huynh Trung Luong
AT72.09Inventory and Logistic Management3(3-0)GeneralAdjunct Faculty
AT72.10Scheduling and Sequencing3(3-0)GeneralAdjunct Faculty
AT72.11Modelling and Simulation of Discrete Event Systems3(3-0)GeneralAdjunct Faculty
AT72.9014Selected Topic: Applied Data Analytics3(3-0)GeneralDr. Huynh Trung Luong
AT73.06Product Design and Development3(2-3)RequiredDr. Pisut Koomsap
AT73.07Industrial Packaging Design and Technology3(3-0)GeneralAdjunct Faculty
AT74.05AI and Neuro-Fuzzy Theory3(3-0)GeneralProf. Manukid Parnichkun
AT74.06Pattern Recognition and Image Processing3(2-3)GeneralDr. Mongkol Ekpanyapong
AT74.07Automation Technology3(2-3)GeneralAdjunct Faculty
AT74.11Haptics3(2-3)GeneralAdjunct Faculty
AT74.12Nonlinear Dynamics and Control3(3-0)GeneralAdjunct Faculty
AT81.16Real Time Systems3(2-3)GeneralDr. Mongkol Ekpanyapong
AT81.17Embedded Systems Design3(2-3)GeneralDr. Mongkol Ekpanyapong
AT81.9001Selected Topic: Deep Learning for Computer Vision 3(30-45)GeneralDr. Mongkol Ekpanyapong
AT79.01Self Assembly and Molecular Manufacturing2(30-0)GeneralDr. Gabriel Louis Hornyak
AT79.04Solid State Physics for Nanotechnology2(30-0)GeneralAdjunct Faculty
AT79.07Nano Thermodynamics2(30-0)GeneralAdjunct Faculty
AT79.08Nanomaterials and Nanotechnology3(45-0)GeneralDr. Tanujjal Bora
AT79.11Microelectromechanical and Nanoelectromechanical Systems2(30-0)GeneralAdjunct Faculty
AT79.12Characterization Tools in Nanotechnology3(30-45)GeneralDr. Tanujjal Bora
AT79.13Advanced Seminars in Nanotechnology2(30-0)GeneralDr. Gabriel Louis Hornyak
AT79.9001Selected Topic: Fundamentals of Bionanotechnology2(30-0)GeneralDr. Gabriel Louis Hornyak
AT79.9008Selected Topic: Nano-Electrochemistry2(30-0)GeneralDr. Tanujjal Bora/, Dr. Gabriel Louis Hornyak
AT84.04Characterization Tools in Nanotechnology 3(45-0)GeneralDr. Tanujjal Bora
AT84.05Colloids and Nanoparticles3(30-45) GeneralDr. Tanujjal Bora
AT84.06Biomimetics3(30-45)GeneralAdjunct Faculty
AT84.07Biosensors and Bioelectronics3(30-45)GeneralDr. Tanujjal Bora, Prof. Dieter Trau

General Information/Regulations

Master’s Program

During the first two semesters, master’s students are expected to complete the coursework requirement. In summary, a master’s student in Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering (IME) follows:

Duration: 4 semesters and 1 Inter-Semester Period (22 months)
Thesis OptionResearch Option
Required Courses6 credits6 credits
Elective Courses18 credits32 credits
Option24 credits10 credits
Total48 credits 48 credits

Doctoral Program

Doctoral students in Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering (IME) are required to take a minimum of 84 credits that comprise 12 credits of coursework including a maximum of 3 credits of special study and 72 credits of dissertation. The composition of courses taken by a doctoral student requires the consent of his/her dissertation advisor.

In summary, a doctoral candidate in Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering (IME) follows:

  • Duration: 7 semesters and 2 or 3 Inter-Semester Periods
  • Total Credits Required: 84 credits = 12 coursework credits + 72 research credits

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Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering (IME) 

Department of Industrial Systems Engineering (ISE) 

School of Engineering and Technology (SET) 

Asian Institute of Technology 

Phone: +66 (0)2 524 6061 

Email: ise@ait.ac.th