Workshop: Green Technologies – Making Profits, Committing to Sustainability schedule on 28-29 August

The Asian Institute of Technology (AIT) invites policymakers, industry leaders and managers, urban and regional planners, and industry representatives from manufacturing and services sector to attend the GrEEn Technology Workshop 2014 with the theme “GrEEn Technologies: Making Profits, Committing to Sustainability” on 28-29 August 2014 at the AIT Conference Center Auditorium, Thailand. The two-day workshop…

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Registration for Performance-based Design (PBD) Seminar on August 7 Ends July 31

All structural engineers, architects, real-estate developers and managers are invited to attend the highly-informative seminar on the Theory and Practice of Performance-based Design: The Future of Earthquake Engineering to be held on 7 August 2014 at the Sofitel Bangkok Sukhumvit, Thailand. Registration is open until 31 July 2014. To register, visit: www.consulting.ait.ac.th/Events/CSIEvent.aspx Over 150 participants…

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Video: A Primer on Performance-based Design (PBD)

Performance-based design (PBD) is an advanced earthquake engineering tool that is changing the traditional way of designing buildings and structures. It is a systematic, explicit, and simulation-based approach used to find the most suitable, safe, and cost-effective solution to ensure building safety against forces of earthquakes and wind. In Thailand, AIT Consulting (AITC), Asian Institute…

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Last Call for Smart Materials and Surfaces 2014 Abstract Submission

SETCOR International Conference, in collaboration with International Association of Advanced Materials (IAAM), Asian Institute of Technology (AIT), and AIT Consulting (AITC), invites researchers and engineers from academia and related industries to present their research results and activities that address scientific and industrial developments in the field of Intelligent Materials in science and engineering for oral…

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Myanmar Needs More Hotels as Tourists Continue to Surge

Tourism is Myanmar’s most promising industry today. As Myanmar’s tourism industry thrives, industry experts warn that one of the challenges the country could face is the insufficiency of international standard hotel rooms to accommodate the surge of tourists. This year Myanmar, known as the “Golden Land” of Asia, was nominated for the “World’s Best Tourist…

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