AATSEA is non-profitable organization and dedicated to a mission of long-term research, education and outreach related to the modern agricultural technology in Southeast Asia.

Mission. The primary mission of AATSEA is to conduct and stimulate long-term research on the relationships between members in Southeast Asia.

Operation. The ranch is managed at full production levels to collaborate for research purposes. Revenues from modern agricultural technology support research activities. This provides staff and visiting scientists a unique opportunity to visit each other both sides.

Research. Research at AATSEA has provided the research programs in advanced agricultural technology and has addressed various aspects of agriculture concern in environmental friendly.

Researchers include the on-site and visiting scientists among members’ laboratory and field work. Current projects include environmental friendly research for Organic Agriculture to meet world standard.

Cooperative Projects. AATSEA would appreciate to set up co—operative research laboratory among life member and honour members to do collaboration.


AATSEA was performed in 9 March 2011 and officially approval on 17 April 2012. We are in a group of Scientists in Southeast Asia which leading by Associate Professor Dr. Kasem Soytong who works at Faculty of Agricultural Technology, King Mongkut’s Institute of Technology Ladkrabang (KMITL), Ladkrabang, Bangkok, Thailand.

AATSEA organizes internationally recognized research journal in all aspects of Agricultural Technology and related fields.

AATSEA is active in a variety of training programs for Agricultural Technology, especially Organic Agriculture and Bio-energy.

AATSEA will help the members for technology transfer that will be facilitated through cooperative research programs and interactions with business local companies.

Associate Membership Policy

The purposes are as follows:

>To promote collaborative and interdisciplinary interactions,

>To enhance the community support base of faculty expertise and involvement for the Center and

>To serve as a hub for advancing agricultural technology.

>To organize the International Journal of Agricultural Technology (IJAT) in Southeast Asia (AATSEA) which meet high quality contribution of published research paper. To build up the young scientists and researchers get experience in writing their research papers.

>To be awarded the Excellent Scientists or Outstanding Researcher.

Criteria for Membership include:

>To create scientific interests which appropriate among members of AATSEA;

>To establish vigorous ongoing possible collaborative research program.

Benefits to the Members include:

>access to facilities and equipment in co-lab among the members.

>Supporting published scientific papers in agricultural technology through www.ijat-aatsea.com.

>information distribution from AATSEA.

>participation in National, Regional and International Seminar, Workshop, National and International Conference which will organize by AATSEA in Southeast Asia Countries.

Benefits to AATSEA:

>broader base of community support with respect to the members and involvement a larger scientific community in Southeast Asia.

Requirements for Members:

>Requested research collaboration project that would be submitted through the AATSEA to couple with our co-lab.

Plant Protection and Organic Agriculture Programs

AATSEA has set up the training program on plant protection in southeast asia to let the peoples know advanced technology for new strategy of plant protection to avoid or decrease the toxic chemical pesticides (chemical fungicide, chemical insecticide and chemical herbicide) that leading to destroy our agro-ecosystem in surrounding environment and the toxic synthetic chemicals residue or deposit in vegetables, fruits, animal products and toward food for consumers then it cause hazardous to human to be short life due to the diseases involved eg heart disease and cancer etc. AATSEA will then aim to contribute the new knowledge for plant protection to the society to promote food safety.
AATSEA have expert team in plant protection (plant pathology, entomology and weed science) and ready to scarify new knowledge to young scientists, technician, agriculturists , farmers as well as student who are studying in the field of plant projection major in college or university throughout Southeast Asia.
AATSEA will provide the new knowledge and technology and help to set up plant protection curriculum in any university upon request.
AATSEA will use the own budget to run for contribution knowledge in this field of specialization with our experts and also volunteer to scarify for this opinion. We have experts on many courses as basic plant pathology, mycology, plant resistant improvement, biological control of plant disease, insect pest and weeds, safety food for phytosanitation etc.

AATSEA procedure to help in two ways as follows:

1. AATSEA can let our expert going to give lecture and practical teaching in plant protection at the institutes, college or university who admire to build up the new concept and knowledge of plant protection by using our own budgetary for travel and accommodation for our experts.

2. AATSEA can accept anyone who interesting go for short course training program (3-6 months) in plant protection at Biocontrol Research Center, Faculty of Agricultural Technology, King Mongkut’s Institute of Technology Ladkrabang (KMITL), Ladkrabang, Bangkok 10520, Thailand. This way will depend on collaboration to each institute.

How to apply:

Please directly contact to AATSEA secretary office in Bangkok at above address.