Asian Institute of Technology (AIT)
Institut asiatique de technologie
1967-11 Bangkok Thailand
Nov 1967, Bangkok (Thailand), under an independent charter approved by the then H-XH5511 - South-East Asia Treaty Organization (SEATO), having functioned since 1959 as SEATO Graduate School of Engineering.
As an international institution of higher learning, engage in instruction, research and outreach activities in engineering, sciences, management, and closely-related fields to serve the changing needs of the region.
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Board of Trustees, consisting of about 40 members from Asia, Australia, Europe and North America. Comprises 4 schools and the AIT Extension. Alumni: E-XD9632 - Asian Institute of Technology Alumni Association (AITAA). Academic Centres, include: G-XG6698 - Geoinformatics Center (GIC); G-XQ5413 - Asian Centre for Engineering Computations and Software (ACECOMS); U-XQ5414 - Asian Center for Transportation Studies (ACTS); G-XQ5416 - Asian Centre for Soil Improvement and Geosynthetics (ACSIG); U-XF0134 - International Ferrocement Information Centre (IFIC).
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