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GET_INvolved Agreement with SUT Thailand signed

Scholarship Programme for Students and Graduates from SUT Thailand

Professor Paolo Giubellino and Professor Prasart Suebka.

Prof. Prasart Suebka, Rector of SUT, and Prof. Paolo Giubellino, Scientific Managing Director of GSI and FAIR, on the occasion of signing a memorandum of understanding between GSI/FAIR and Thai research institutions in 2017 which paved the way for the GET_INvolved programme with SUT. (Photo: Gaby Otto for GSI/FAIR)

Statue of Thao Suranaree

Statue of eponym Thao Suranaree at SUT campus (Photo: Bhuridech Sudsee CC BY-SA 4.0)

Students and young researchers from SUT Thailand may soon profit from a new GET_INvolved programme, which will award scholarships to perform internships, traineeships and research experience at GSI and FAIR. Representatives of GSI, Darmstadt, Germany and Suranaree University of Technology (SUT), Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand, signed the respective bilateral agreement.


The programme aims in creating synergies between the partner institutes, GSI, Darmstadt and SUT Thailand, by allowing mobility opportunities for students and young researchers and contribute to the FAIR project in research and development. Moreover, the programme will help building capacities for the research groups that are already collaborating within the framework of the FAIR project.


Stays in Germany


Within the framework of the GET_INvolved Programme, host laboratory GSI will provide an opportunity to these students with an internship and training programme and research experience opportunities for early-stage researchers to work in all areas of the laboratory on technical or scientific projects related to research at GSI and FAIR. Joint technical and research projects amidst common interests will be identified and proffered to the students and researchers of SUT Thailand.


Applications will be open to students/researchers enrolled in university’s higher education programme or in a Ph.D. programme. For an internship, students usually will stay up to 6 months, whereas a sandwich Ph.D.-stay for research experience may last one year.


About SUT


The partner institute SUT was founded in 1990 as the first public, autonomous university in Thailand. It is empowered to govern its own overall administration, receiving regular budget allocations from the government. Over 15,000 students attend now the university, which is organized around seven academic institutes specializing in science, engineering, medicine, nursing, agricultural technology, social technology and dentistry. Thanks to its glowing reputation for education and research, SUT was granted National Research University status by the Thai Government in 2010. The Thailand Research Fund has evaluated the School of Physics, SUT as Excellent since 2008.(pg/mbe)


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