ONLINE CONFERENCE PROGRAM
RANGSIT UNIVERSITY, THAILAND

 

with a plenary lecture entitled

THE CHALLENGES IN THE UPSHOT OF CANNABIS FOR MEDICINE

ORGANIZERS

           1. Rangsit University (Thailand) (https://www2.rsu.ac.th/home)

           Rangsit University is the only private university where has been assessed on education standard quality by the Office for National Education Standards and Quality Assessment (Public Organization) and rated "Very Good". The curriculums are broadly categorized into five groups as follows; 

  1. Faculties of Medial and Health Sciences: College of Medicine, Faculty of Dentistry, Faculty of Pharmacy, Faculty of Medical Technology, Faculty of Nursing Science, Faculty of Physical Therapy, Faculty of Science, Faculty of Optology and College of Oriental Medicine
  2. Faculties of Engineering and Technology: College of Engineering, Faculty of Information Technology, College of Agricultural Innovation Food and Biotechnology and Institution of Aviation
  3. Faculties of Humanities and Social Sciences: College of Social Innovation, College of International, Institute of Diplomacy and International Studies, Faculty of Liberal Arts, Faculty of Communication Arts, Faculty of Law, Faculty of Education and Graduate School
  4. Faculties of Art and Design: Conservatory of Music, Faculty of Architecture, Faculty of Arts and Design and Faculty of Digital Art
  5. Faculties of Economics and Business Administration: College of Government, Faculty of Business Administration, Faculty of Accounting, College of Tourism and Hospitality and Faculty of Economics
          2. Prachachuen network (Thailand) (https://benjawan14.wixsite.com/prn-network/aboutus)

           3. Malayan Colleges Laguna (Philippines) (https://mcl.edu.ph/)

          MALAYAN COLLEGES LAGUNA (informally referred to as MCL) is a wholly-owned subsidiary of MAPUA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY. Driven by a passion for knowledge, it is established to extend the quality of education MAPUA has been known for. Along with the other subsidiaries like the MAPUA I.T. CENTER and the MALAYAN HIGH SCHOOL OF SCIENCE, MCL shall respond to the challenges of globalization in order to produce graduates who shall be at par with their foreign counterparts.
          The campus is located in Cabuyao, Laguna, where several sciences and industrial parks are situated. With this excellent location, students are prepared in the actual, technology-driven industries through on-the-job training and apprenticeships even during their mid-academic years.
          With its excellent facilities, technologically advanced and IT integrated curricula, MALAYAN COLLEGES LAGUNA is envisioned to be a center of excellence for science and technology education in Southern Luzon.

          4. Nong Lam University (Vietnam) (https://en.hcmuaf.edu.vn/)

          Pursuing tertiary education is an exciting and rewarding experience for young people in Vietnam. It lays the foundation for their future life. It is a chance for them to meet new friends, discover new interests, and for many, to live independently away from home for the first time.
          In 1955, the BLAO National College of Agriculture was established at Bao Loc, Lam Dong province which set up the milestones for developing present Nong Lam University (NLU), the Hochiminh city. Throughout its 55 years’ history, NLU has been playing an important role in education, extension, dissemination of scientific technologies in Vietnam with its pursuit of academic excellence and commitment to country innovation and creativity.
          In NLU, we put students at the center of all services and work hard to develop a favorable learning environment essential for all students to develop their full potential.
          In the long term, the 118-hectare main campus of NLU will be fully used for academic, research and technology transfer purposes. The range of our research activities is immense and extends across all faculties and departments. NLU has a strong relationship with other universities with exchange education programs and research projects and has close relationships with universities in ASEAN countries.
          NLU will focus on the training internationally qualified professionals and experts in different disciplines in creative friendly education space, strengthening the link universities/institutes - private entrepreneurs – communities and orienting research towards the economic improvement and sustainable natural resource conservation of Vietnam. 

          5. Nanophotonics Research Center, Shenzhen University (China) (https://it.szu.edu.cn/gzxyjzx/en/Introduction/About_Us.htm)

Shenzhen University nano Photonics Research Center
          Nano-Photonics Research Center led by Professor Yuan Xiaocong, founded in 2013, aims to create a micro nano-optical includes basic research, functional device preparation, evaluation and application of innovative research platform, committed to the research of super-resolution imaging and supersensitivity, the orbital angular momentum of optical communication and optical interconnection, optical micro and nanophotonic processing and photoelectric devices, etc. The research team currently has 9 teachers, including 1 scholar of the Yangtze River, 2 National Outstanding Youth Fund, the Ministry of education in the new century outstanding talent 1, Shenzhen peacock plan talent 5. Now assume all kinds of a total of 30 projects, including 16 national projects, provincial and municipal projects in 14, including the National Fund Committee of major scientific instrument development projects in 1, the National Science Foundation major project 1, national 973 project 1, the National Science Foundation's 1 key projects, the National Outstanding Youth Fund Committee project 2, Shenzhen city launched 4 projects of scientific research personnel peacock, the total research funding more than 60 million yuan. The research team at all levels of the strong support of the leadership of the Shenzhen University has made considerable development, has absorbed 11 postdoctoral, doctoral graduate 9, master's degree 33.

           6. Prince of Songkla University (Thailand) (https://en.psu.ac.th/about-psu/introduction

           Prince of Songkla University (PSU), a public autonomous university established in 1967 as the first university in southern Thailand, consists of five campuses offering various programs of education consistent with the needs of their communities. Moreover, PSU also comprises 39 faculties, colleges and institutes, four hospitals, and more than 40 excellence and research centers, all committed to academic excellence, strong social responsibility, and active engagement in community services. The central aims of the university are to raise general education standards and support regional industry and development. Moreover, the university aims to establish excellence in research and teaching, to provide academic services to communities, and to take an active role in the preservation of national heritage in arts and culture, especially for those from southern Thailand. Therefore, as a leading research university in Asia, PSU has contributed significantly to the development of the country and consistently turned out well-qualified graduates of high professional standing.

7. Fontys University of Applied Sciences (Netherlands) (https://fontys.edu/About-us/Who-we-are.htm)

           Fontys is one of the largest universities of applied sciences in the Netherlands and offers a variety of bachelor's and master's programs in English. We have a larger number of international students than any other university in the Netherlands, with students of more than 80 nationalities from all over the world.
           The name Fontys was given to this University of Applied Sciences on 1 September 1996. The name derives from the Latin word ‘fons’ which means ‘source’, a source of knowledge for students. Fontys is a merger of several Dutch Higher Education Institutes located in the south of the Netherlands. Some of these institutes were founded in the early 1900s and have a long and profound educational history.
           Fontys offers 29 international Bachelors and Masters programs in English covering a wide range of fields: ICT, Engineering, Fine and Performance Arts, Marketing, Business, Communication, and Physiotherapy. We also welcome a large number of international students to join one of our 50 English-taught exchange programs.
           Our programs are very diverse: a mix of theory, application of knowledge, internships and graduation assignments. One part of our programs is the minor which gives students the opportunity to broaden or deepen their knowledge. This is possible at Fontys, at another Dutch Higher Education Institute or abroad at one of our many international partner universities.

8. Maranatha Christian University (Indonesia) (http://www.maranatha.edu/)

           Maranatha Christian University (Universitas Kristen Maranatha) is a private university in Bandung, the largest metropolitan city and the capital city of West Java, Indonesia.
          Maranatha Christian University has produced more than 30,000 alumni that contribute to development sectors in Indonesia and abroad. This contribution is continuously supported by cooperation programs with other educational, governmental, and social institutions, as well as industrial organizations and cooperating partners from inside and outside the country.
History
          The long history of Maranatha Christian University began on September 11, 1965, with the establishment of Yayasan Perguruan Tinggi Kristen Maranatha by Badan Pendidikan Kristen Komisi Pembantu Setempat (the Local Branch of Christian Education Commissioning Board) of Gereja Kristen Indonesia (Indonesian Christian Church) and Badan Perguruan Tinggi dan Pendidikan Kristen (the Board for Tertiary and Christian Education) of Gereja Kristen Pasundan (Pasundan Christian Church) on the instigation of the Bandung branch of Perkumpulan Inteligensia Kristen Indonesia (the Association of Indonesian Christian Intelligence). Maranatha Christian University then officially began its operation with the establishment of the Faculty of Medicine.
          The first campus building on Jalan Cihampelas was built in 1970, followed by a second one on Jalan Suria Sumantri in 1983. Since then, Maranatha Christian University has continued developing its facilities and infrastructure on the second campus, the area of which reaches 130,000 square meters. The university has plans to expand its campus to other strategic locations.

9. Kyushu Dental University (Japan) (https://www.kyu-dent.ac.jp/english/)

           We at Kyushu Dental University view dentistry as medical care that supports people’s daily lives and well-being through oral health. Our goal is to train dental professionals. As a university of oral medicine, we have structured our disciplines in a way that is ideal for team medical care. Campus life is the field of practice.
History           
Kyushu Dental University is proud of its 100 years of history and tradition. This section explains the main events that trace the history of the university, which has been built by a great number of predecessors.
Message from the President
A message from Mr. Nishihara, President, regarding new initiatives to develop talented practitioners that can support the next generation, and place importance on the long history and traditions of Kyushu Dental University.
University Mission and Objectives of Education and Research
Statements of Kyushu Dental University’s missions and objectives for education and research. 

10. Universitas Kristen Maranatha (Indonesia) (https://www.maranatha.edu/profile/profil-universitas/)

            Universitas Kristen Maranatha merupakan salah satu universitas swasta terbaik yang ada di kota Bandung, Jawa Barat, Indonesia.
Sejak didirikan pada tanggal 11 September 1965, Universitas Kristen Maranatha terus mengembangkan sayapnya dalam dunia pendidikan. Diawali dengan Fakultas Kedokteran pada tahun 1965, kini Universitas Kristen Maranatha menaungi 9 Fakultas dengan 27 Program Studi (Jenjang Studi Diploma, Sarjana, Profesi, dan Magister).
 

 


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