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Control and Systems
Engineering Research Laboratory


The mission of the Control and Systems Engineering Research Center (CASE) is the development of methods and systems and the transfer of technology to enable process industry to operate their plants in the best possible way using Also known asÊ Process Control Engineering Research Laboratory, CASE is established in 1991. Initially, CASE was supported by Chulalongkorn Unit Cell and Academic Unit Projects, With the other supports from NECTEC, ASAHI GLASS FOUNDATION, and NRCT led to the increasing number of graduate students admitted yearly to the Control and Systems Engineering Research Center, from 3 in 1991 to 38 students at present and the staff initially from 1 to 5. Since established, there are more than 80 graduate students from the center. They are now working in various industries in Thailand and aboard.

Research Interest

Advanced Process Control
Process Operation and Optimization
Industrial Process Control
Estimation and Process Identification
Process Intensification
Model Predictive Process Control Theory and Applications
Integrating Process Design and Control


Department of Chemical Engineering,
Faculty of Engineering, Chulalongkorn University
254 Payathai Road, Pathumwan Bangkok, 10330

Telephone 662.218.6887
Fax 662.218.6877
Email Paisan.K@chula.ac.th


Wongkaew, K., Mohdee, V., Pancharoen, U., Arpornwichanop, A., Lothongkum, A. Separation of platinum(IV) across hollow fiber supported liquid membrane using non-toxic diluents: Mass transfer and thermodynamics. 2017. Journal of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry 54 , 278-289.

Wongkaew, K., Mohdee, V., Soták, T., Hronec, M., Pancharoen, U., Arpornwichanop, A. The solubility of maleic acid in various inorganic salts and organic solvents: Thermodynamics model and parameters. 2017. Fluid Phase Equilibria 450 , 75-85.

Kasemanand, S., Im-orb, K., Tippawan, P., Wiyaratn, W., Arpornwichanop, A. Exergy analysis of the biogas sorption-enhanced chemical looping reforming process integrated with a high-temperature proton exchange membrane fuel cell. 2017. Energy Conversion and Management 149 , 485-494.

Tippawan, P., Im-orb, K., Arpornwichanop, A. Efficient heat allocation in the two-step ethanol steam reforming and solid oxide fuel cell integrated process. 2017. Energy 133 , 545-556.

Pirom, T., Wongsawa, T., Wannachod, T., Sunsandee, N., Pancharoen, U., Kheawhom, S. Amoxicillin removal from aqueous solutions using hollow fibre supported liquid membrane: Kinetic study. 2017. Chemical Papers 71 (7) , 1291-1302.