Varangkana Jitchum

Dr. Varangkana  Jitchum

Contact Information: Chemistry Division,
Faculty of Liberal Arts and Science,
Kasetsart University Kamphaeng Saen Campus,
Nakhon Pathom 73140, THAILAND

E-mail:faasvnj@ku.ac.th, aoiaeng@yahoo.com
Working Timetable

“A creative, motivating, positive-thinking and qualified person seeking academic PhD program to study in higher education.

Education:

2009Doctor of Philosophy in Polymer Science,UNIVERSITY OF SYDNEY, Sydney, Australia
2000Master of Science in Polymer,
CHULALONGKORN UNIVERSITY, The Petroleum and Petrochemical College, Bangkok, Thailand
1998Bachelor of Science in Chemistry,
MAHIDOL UNIVERSITY, Bangkok, Thailand

Professional Experience:

KASETSART UNIVERSITY,
Faculty of Liberal of Arts and Science, Nakorn Pathom,  Thailand
2000 to 2005

Lecturer in these subjects

General Chemistry
General Chemistry Laboratory 
Organic Chemistry
Organic Chemistry Laboratory
Introduction to Polymer
Seminar (For Undergraduate Student)

Researcher in the topic of

“A Study of the Chemical Properties of Novel Composite from Wood especially in water Absorption and Ageing property”

Grant from; Kasetsart University Research and Develop Institute (KURDI) for 3 years (2002-2005)

And be a member in

Student Affairs  2000 to 2005
International Affairs2002 to 2005
Education and Special Affairs 2002 to 2005

Award:

Best Student Award, 2000 from The Petroleum and Petrochemical College, Chulalongkorn University

Also got the scholarship during study from “The Institute for the Promotion of Teaching Science and Technology” (IPST) in the “Development and Promotion of Science and Technology talents projects” of Thailand (1995 – 2000)

Published paper:

“Synthesis of spirosilicates directly from silica and ethylene glycol/ethylene glycol derivatives” Tetrahedron Vol. 57 (2001) P. 3997 – 4003
“Living Radical Polymerization of Isoprene via the RAFT Process” Macromolecules Vol. 40 (2007) P. 1408 – 1412 

Work in M.Sc. on the Topic of “A Study of Volumetric Property of Spirosilicate, Aminospirosilicates and Benzoxazines Based on Synthesized Aminospirosilicate Derivatives”

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