Selected Projects

MACBETH in Hanoi – Exploring a European Classic with universal and contemporary methods of performing arts

Applied Scientific-Artistic Cooperation, Performing Arts

Abstract: „MACBETH in Hanoi“ – the second collaboration on European literary classics in contemporary stage-adaptions between Max-Reinhardt-Seminar/the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna (mdw) and Hanoi Academy of Theatre…...

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(c) Siegfried Schwarz / MUI

16th Teaching Week of Prof. Schwarz, Medical University of Innsbruck (Austria), at Suranaree University of Technology (Thailand)


The teaching cooperation between MUI (Medical University Innsbruck) and SUT (Suranaree University of Technology Medical School in Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand) was initiated in 2006, just 1 year after the Medical…...

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Geospatial Applications for Assessing the Potential of Commercial Plantations in Southeast Asia


The Department of Geoinformatics of the University of Salzburg, Austria, concluded a week-long international capacity building workshop on ‚Assessing the Suitability of Commercial Plantations in Southeast Asia (comm-PLAN)‚ at Chiang…...

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Clinical Elective Exchange Program

Health, Medicine

Within the scope of ASEA-UNINET, several medical universities established the Clinical Elective Exchange Program for medical students. The ASEA-UNINET Clinical Elective Exchange Program is the largest short term exchange program…...

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Diversity and trophic roles of macrofungi in different forest types of Sakaerat biosphere reserve


Diversity and trophic roles of fungi Fungi interact with many different species of plants, animals and other fungi, as parasites, mutualistic symbionts or decomposers of dead organic matter. Most macrofungi…...

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First-stage research exchange and case study on impacts of public transportation on environment and tourism in Thailand


In March and April 2016 the schedule and planning of the project „First-stage research exchange and case study on impacts of public transportation on environment and tourism in Thailand“ was…...

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ASEA-UNINET Workshop on Proteomics/Biological Mass Spectrometry and Bioimaging

Biology, Chemistry

Introduction Proteomics has gained increasing interest in the field of biosciences and has become one of the most growing disciplines within the systems biology. It plays an important role in…...

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Effects of inhaled nitrite on platelet function and signaling

Medicine, Pharmacy

Since August 2015, an active collaboration has been established between the research group of Dr. Nathawut Sibmooh and the research group for pediatric hemostaseology under the supervision of Dr. Axel…...

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Affandi Museum – A concept of restoration and climate adequate maintenance

Architecture, Restoration

ASEA-UNINET proudly announces the award won by a collaboration project between two departments of the Vienna University of Technology (Ulrike Herbig, Gudrun Styhler-Aydin, Doris Grandits, Lukas Stampfer from the Institute…...

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Yogyahealth is an outstanding ASEA-UNINET collaboration project between European and South-East Asian partners, which was awarded the Bernd Rode Award 2016 and furthermore honoured by a certificate of gratitude by…...

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Acquisition of programming skills by Thai teenagers without access to traditional PCs or laptops through their smartphones

Software Technology

Arnan Sipitakiat and Wolfgang Slany have both been involved for many years in bringing programming skills to children and teenagers. Programming has become both a fundamental cultural technique as well…...

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GIScience for Civil Protection Management in Southeast Asia (civil-GIS)

Civil Engineering, Geoinformatics

5th to 9th October, 2015 civil-GIS The Department of Geoinformatics – Z_GIS concluded a week-long international capacity building workshop on ‚GIScience for Civil Protection Management in Southeast Asia (civil-GIS)‘ at…...

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Determination of the Interaction of Poly(lactic acid)/Poly(butylene succinate) Blends Containing Fatty Acids for Bioplastics Applications


Poly (lactic acid) (PLA) is a semi – crystalline biodegradable, recyclable and compostable polymer. The advantages of PLA include eco-friendly (derived from renewable resources e.g. corn, wheat, or rice), biocompatibility…...

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Multi-disciplinary Application of Geographical Information Science in Southeast Asia (multiGIS)


The 10 Southeast Asian Countries are joining forces to form the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) by 2015. The AEC envisages a single market & production base, a highly competitive economic…...

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