TJ-SIF 2022

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Thailand - Japan Student ICT Fair 2022 (TJ-SIF 2022)
At Princess Chulabhorn Science High School Chiang Rai

20st – 23rd December 2022

2 years ago, the Thailand - Japan Student Science Fair 2020 (TJ-SSF 2020) was held at PCSHS TRUNG to mark the end of the festival and assure a deeper understanding of science and a close friendship among Thai and Japanese youth. It was very successful between Thailand and Japan. And now the time has come for the next fair!

In 2022, it will be called "Thailand-Japan Student ICT Fair 2022 (TJ-SIF2022)," and it will be held at Princess Chulabhorn Science High School Chiang Rai (PCSHSCR) from 21st December 2022 to 23rd December 2022.

It is again organized with an emphasis on students’ projects on Information and Communication Technology (ICT). The topics cover Automatic Control, Robotics and Artificial Intelligence, Software and Smart Electronics, Virtual Reality and IoT Applications.

Hope to see everyone ready to share, learn and have fun!

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Deadline for account registration and submission of significant documents

1 June - 15 October 2022 : Registration on Website
1 August-15 October 2022 : Submission of Abstract
15 October 2022 : Deadline for confirmation of participation on site at PCSHS Chiang Rai for Japanese's School (SSHs and KOSEN)
16 October 2022 : Acceptance of Abstract via email
31 October 2022 : Deadline for submission of Poster and clip video
15 November 2022 : Deadline of Submission of Full Paper
20-23 December 2022 : TJ-SIF 2022

Tentative Schedule of Thailand-Japan Student ICT Fair (TJ-SIF 2022)

Wednesday: 21 December 2022
Day 1
Japan Time
Thailand Time
Students Principals & Teachers Online
Activities Venue Activities Venue
06.00-07.00 Breakfast Cafeteria Breakfast Hotel/ Dining area  
09.00-10.00 07.00-08.00 - Morning assembly All team members processed to the auditorium for the opening ceremony
- Online Participants join meeting room
Auditorium Zoom meeting
09.00-10.10 08.10-08.40 Rehearsal Auditorium Zoom meeting
10.10-10.40 08.00-08.10 Opening Ceremony of Thailand-Japan Student ICT Fair 2022 (TJ-SIF 2022) Auditorium
10.40-10.55 08.40-08.55 Oral presentation of an ICT project by PCSHS students Oral presentation and demonstration of an ICT project by Japanese students Auditorium Zoom meeting
10.55-11.55 08.55-09.55 Presentation by Japanese Key note speaker (Dr. Noboru Noguchi) Presentation by Thai Key note speaker (Dr.Anucha Promwungkwa) Auditorium Zoom meeting
11.55-12.00 09.55-10.00 A token of appreciation & Photo group
12.00-13.00 10.00-11.00 Students stand at their posterpresentations - Zoom meeting
- Facebook
- Youtube
13.00-14.00 11.00-12.00 Lunch Dining area
14.00-16.00 12.00-14.00 Poster presentations The 1st floor of Gymnasium - Zoom meeting
- Facebook
- Youtube
16.00-17.00 14.00-15.00 Welcome Dinner & Thai Cultural Show Auditorium - Zoom meeting
- Facebook
- Youtube
17.00-18.00 17.00-18.00 Cafeteria Dinner Dining area
19.00 At dormitory Dormitory 2, 4, 6 Relaxation Dormitory/Hotel

Thursday : 22 December 2022
Day 2
Japan Time
Thailand Time
Students Principals & Teachers Online
Activities Venue Activities Venue
07.00-08.00 Breakfast Cafeteria Breakfast Hotel/ Dining area  
10.00-11.00 08.00-09.00 Presentation by Thai keynote speaker
(Dr.Tossapon Boongoen)
Auditorium - Zoom meeting
- Facebook
- Youtube
11.00-14.00 09.00-12.00 Oral presentation 1
1st Room – Smart Classroom 1
2nd Room – Smart Classroom 2
3rd Room – Smart Classroom 3
4th Room - Meeting Room 1
5th Room - Meeting Room 2
14.00-15.00 12.00-13.00 Lunch
15.00-17.00 13.00-15.00 ICT Workshop Auditorium Teacher Show andShare Meeting Room 2
17.00-18.00 Dinner Cafeteria Dinner Dining area
18.00-20.00 Briefing and preparation for the field trips Auditorium
20.00 At dormitory Dormitory 2, 4, 6 Relaxation Dormitory/Hotel

Friday : 22 December 2022
Day 3
Japan Time
Thailand Time
Students Principals & Teachers Online
Activities Venue Activities Venue
06.00-07.00 Breakfast Cafeteria Breakfast Hotel/ Dining area  
09.00-15.00 07.00-13.00 Field trips Auditorium
15.00-16.00 13.00-14.00 Preparation for presentations after the field trips
1st Room – Smart Classroom 1
2nd Room – Smart Classroom 2
3rd Room – Smart Classroom 3
4th Room - Meeting Room 1
5th Room - Astronomy room
16.00-17.00 14.00-15.00 Field trip presentations Auditorium
17.00-18.00 15.00-16.00 Farewell party with Thai and Japanese cultural shows Auditorium
18.00-20.00 Dinner
20.00 At dormitory Dormitory 2, 4, 6 Relaxation Dormitory/Hotel

Students Projects


From grade 11 Students of Princess Chulabhorn Science High Schools (PCSH Schools), the sister schools in Thailand and Super Science High Schools (SSH Schools) in Japan
  The number of
The number of
The number of
SSH School in Japan 16 32 16
KOSEN College in Japan 10 20 10
12 PCSH School 12 120 60
Sister School in Thai 12 24 12
SH School in Thai 5 10 5
School in Chiang Rai 10 20 10
Total 65 226 113


There are six categories as follows:

Automatic Control
Robotics and Artificial Intelligence
Software and Smart Electronics
Virtual Reality
Internet of Tings (IoT) Applications
Related Topics

Field trip

(Registeration for Field Trip on 1 November 2022 - 20 November 2022)
The White Temple
The White Temple in Chiang Rai province known as Wat Rong Khun for Thais is one of the most unique and somewhat bizarre destinations in Southeast Asia. The White Temple is a stunning example of contemporary and traditional Thai architecture. The style of building is mixed modern architectural elements and colors with traditional Thai motifs to create a temple unlike any others in northern Thailand.
Activity Name : Can you find this !!!
Activity Detail : Travel around Wat Rong Khun or the White Temple. One of the a most beautiful temple in the north of Thailand, and answer questions about Information technology with culture and tourism by application to get the reward.

The Singha Park
The Singha Park is a large area working farm with fruit orchards and tea plantations. The farm is now more famous for its production of Oolong tea, and tours of the park provide visitors with the chance to see how the tea is grown and carefully picked. The park has also been sympathetically landscaped with trails, lakes and wonderful meadows.
Activity Name : Machine learning in your life
Activity Detail : VVisit Scenic park in a farmlike setting with tea plantations, orchards, trails, a tram and join a farm tours together. Learn Machine Learning and Teachable Machine tools. Create a simple machine learning model for solving real-life problems.

Mae Fah Luang University
Mae Fah Luang University (MFU) is located in a spectacular setting of mountains and trees, an environment conducive to teaching and learning in a clean, inviting setting. As both a regional and national university, MFU provides high-quality education services and resources for the neighboring countries of the Greater Mekhong Sub-region (GMS), and reaches out to all of Southeast Asia.
Activity Name : Innovation of smart global
Activity Detail : Visit The most beautiful university in Thailand and join 3 activities; #1 Smart STEAM Mini Project: build and learn technology, #2 Learning Innovation Hack: mini expo activities, learning with technology mathematics, and science, #3 Global Leaders: Learn global citizenship skills in the 2022 era.

TJ-ELS 2022

The 1st Thailand-Japan Educational Leaders Symposium: Technology for Education

Educational Leaders plays a significant role in setting direction, creating a positive school culture, supporting staff motivation, and enhancing students' academic achievement. While significant, the COVID-19 pandemic means that Educational Leaders have been called upon to lead through times of VUCA (volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity)

The challenge for society in this disruptive era of rapid technological change. Despite the challenges and concerns, it's important to note the benefits of technology in education. The effective use of digital learning tools in classrooms can increase student engagement, help teachers improve their lesson plans, and facilitate personalized learning. It also helps students build essential 21st-century skills. Such changes require Educational Leaders with leadership and educational management capabilities, which will be essential for driving the education system at national and international levels.

The Office of Basic Education Commission, Ministry of Education Thailand and Chiang Mai University are hosting an academic virtual conference titled “The 1st Thailand-Japan Educational Leaders Symposium: Technology for Education (TJ-ELS 2022)” on 22 December 2022 This conference will serve as a platform for school leaders, teachers, educators and participants from Thailand and Japan for academic exchange on Technology for Education in challenging times. The conference will call for abstracts for oral and poster presentations in research symposim.

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TJ-GPH 2022

Thailand-Japan Game Programming Hackathon 2022

1.1 What is “Hackathon”
"Hackathon" is a coined word combining "hack" and "marathon". It is a contest that competes in originality and technology. Participants team up and develop software in a few days on a given theme.

1.2 Thailand Japan Game Programming Hackathon
Thailand Japan Game Programming Hackathon (hereinafter referred to as TJ-GPH) is a game programming contest for high school students in Thailand and Japan. Until now, students from Princess Chulabhorn Science High School (hereinafter referred to as PCSHS) in Thailand and students from National Institute of Technology (hereinafter referred to as Kosen) in Japan have participated in the contest.

In TJ-GPH, students make teams and compete in hackathon style. The purpose of th is contest is improving technological skills, mutual cultural understanding and international exchange by students in each country.

TJ-GPH is comprised of 3 contests, "The Preliminary Round in Thailand ","The Preliminary Round in Japan" and "The Final Ro und".

Click for more details TJ-GPH 2022


How to join?

Step by Step Guide - Registration Workflow-

STEP 01 Getting the invitation from TJ-SIF2022 SECRETARIAT
TJ-SIF 2022 SECRETARIAT has already sent the invitations to contact persons at each PCSH Schools. If you are a contact person at a PCSHS and have not got the invitation yet, please ask TJ-SIF2022 SECRETARIAT for it immediately.
STEP 02 Contact Person Registration
The English contact person: Thecontact person in SSH in Japan The contact person in sister school in Thailand Teachers in your school Pass to Inviting Students on STEP 05*

**Organization Data was not found to register the organization**

STEP 03 Sending the Invitations
Teacher or involved.
STEP 04 Teachers Registration
Takes care of students projects or dosen't take care of students projects Praticipant or Operation staff or Observer
STEP 05 Inviting Students
Teacher (supporting students projects) will send the invitations to students.
STEP 06 Students Registration
Participant or Operation staff or Observer SAME as STEP 3
STEP 07 Projects Registration
Scheduled route on website.

12 Princess Chulabhorn Science High Schools

Twelve Princess Chulabhorn Science High Schools (PCSHS) were established in honor of Her Royal Highness Princess Chulabhorn to commemorate her 36th birthday in 1993. Prof. Dr. Her Royal Highness Princess Chulabhorn is the youngest daughter of His Late Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej and Queen Sirikit of Thailand.

She has been an instructor in Chemistry at Mahidol University since 1985. She is also a member of the President's Council of the University of Tokyo.

Being Thailand's leading Super Science High Schools around the country, only students with outstanding academic achievements in Mathematics and Science are selected to study at PCSHS. Not only do they utilize specialized and intensive curricula in mathematics and science emphasizing on research activities, but also they have developed academic cooperation with twelve Super Science High Schools (SSHs) in Japan. The cooperation has included online communication and students/teachers exchange, which led to collaborative researches.

The TJ-SIF 2022 will take a big step towards the collaborative learning and teaching, and thus building closer and stronger collaboration in gifted education in Mathematics ,Science and Technology between the two countries.

12 PCSHS Link  

PCSHS Chiangrai

PCSHS Phitsanulok

PCSHS Lopburi


PCSHS Mukdahan

PCSHS Burirum

PCSHS Phathum Thani

PCSHS Chonburi

PCSHS Phetchaburi

PCSHS Nakhon Si Thammarat



Super Science High Schools

Super Science High Schools (SSH Schools) are senior high schools that prioritize Science, Technology and Mathematics and in so doing these schools will receive the SSH designation awarded by the Japanese Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT). The program was launched as part of its "Science Literacy Enhancement Initiatives" in 2002.

SSH schools with this status receive increased funding and are encouraged to develop links with universities and other academic institutions. Selected high schools are expected to develop curricula based on Science and Mathematics in cooperation with universities or research institutes.

In 2002, the first year of operation, 26 out of 77 applicant schools were awarded SSH status. As of the 2006 Academic year there are 201 schools with the designation.

KOSEN Colleges and Princess Chulabhorn Science High Schools MOU Partnership


There are numerous interesting places, ranging from industrial complexes, beautiful resorts, national parks, cultural heritages, etc.

Huay Pla Kang Temple

Tham Luang Nang Non

Rong Khum Temple


Rong Suea Ten Temple

Baan Dam Museum

Singha Park


Choui Fong Tea Plantation

Doi Chang Moob

Doi Tung


Princess Chulabhorn Science High School Chiang Rai

Students of Princess Chulabhorn Science High School Chiang Rai come from 7 neighboring provinces: namely, Chiang Rai, Chiang Mai, Lampang , Lamphun, Mae Hong Son, Nan, Phayao and Phrae.



The event is supported by many organizations.

Office of the Basic Education
Japan International
Cooperation Agency
The Japanese Chamber of
Chiang Mai University _
Mea fah luang University _
Princess Chulabhorn Science High School Chiang Rai
345 Moo 2 Robwiang Mueng, Chiang Rai 57000 Thailand
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