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Senior Researcher
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National Metal and Materials Technology Center
Sasitorn Srisawadi is a senior researcher at the National Metal and Materials Technology Centre (MTEC), one of the research centers of the National Science and Technology Development Agency, Thailand. She earned a Bachelor of Science in industrial engineering from Chulalongkorn University, Thailand. She won a scholarship from the Thai Government to further her education and received her Master of Science and PhD from North Carolina State University, US, working on additive manufacturing and rapid tooling. In 2011, she joined MTEC where she works at additive manufacturing, or three-dimensional (3D) printing, production process optimization, and composite material fabrication. Her excellent track records include several high profile peer-reviewed publications and patent applications in the areas of her expertise, which encompass the new process of 3D printing for natural rubber and metal matrix composites. In recognition of her contribution in promoting the role of young scientists, she was appointed as a co-Chair of the Thai Young Scientists Academy (2019–2021) and was selected as a Young Leader Fellow at the Annual Meeting, Science and Technology in Society forum (2019).
Sustainable Development Goals: 
9 - Industry, innovation and infrastructure
11 - Sustainable cities and communities
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3D printing, additive manufacturing, natural rubber, conductive polymers, metal matrix composites
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06-Engineering Sciences
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TWAS East and South-East Asia and the Pacific Regional Partner (TWAS-SAPREP)
Last updated on 05/11/2021