6 ICT Mahidol student projects have advanced to the “Presentation Round” of the 26th National Software Contest (NSC 2024)

The Faculty of Information and Communication Technology, Mahidol University (ICT Mahidol) would like to congratulate the 6 teams of ICT International Program students whose projects advanced to the final round of the 26th National Software Contest: NSC 2024, which was held by the National Science and Technology Development Agency (NSTDA), the Ministry of Higher Education, Science, Research, and Innovation. The results were announced on May 4, 2024.

The 6 projects of ICT Mahidol’s students are as follows:

No. Project Title


Supervisor Student Name
1. Guardians of the Wildz Entertainment Program Asst. Prof. Dr. Akara Supratak Mr. Natchapol Mingmahaphan, 2nd year students
Mr. Anavinn Rujithanyapat, 2nd year students
Miss Sakhunich Iamcharas, 2nd year students
2. Serious Game for Developing Psychomotor Competencies: IoT-Based Game Development for Improving and Practising Muscle Development Learning Skills Support Program Asst. Prof. Dr. Preecha Tangworakitthaworn Mr. Wanus Kurirung, 4th year students
Miss Napawan Luamsai, 4th year students
Miss Wiraporn Sotthana, 4th year students
3. NPHVison_An AI platform for image – based normal pressure hydrocephalus diagnosis Programs for health, medical, people with disabilities and the elderly Asst. Prof. Dr. Akara Supratak Miss Promubsorn Boonrod, 4th year students
Miss Jidapa Chaovanapricha, 4th year students
Mr. Nawat Ngern-Anantaporn, 4th year students

SynthAI: Generative Deep Learning for Synthetic Compound Prediction in Quantitative Structure-Activity Relationships

Science and Technology Development Program Dr. Tipajin Thaipisutikul Mr. Punnawit Kanogpornwanich, 1st year students
Mr. Jarukit Petchaburee, 1st year students
Mr. Sahatsawat Nitjaphant, 1st year students
5. INGON: A THAI lNGREDfENT SUBSTI TUTION ONTOLOGY Science and Technology Development Program Dr. Wudhichart Sawangphol Miss Runchana Seesung, 4th year students
Miss Chayanis Settapong, 4th year students
Miss Nantanat Sudlar, 4th year students
6. MosWing A Noise -Robust Mosquito Wingbeat Detection Model Science and Technology Development Program Asst. Prof. Dr. Akara Supratak Mr. Phuriwat Angkoondittaphong, 4th year students
Miss Napahatai Sittirit, 4th year students
Mr. Danaidech Ardsamai, 4th year students

The National Software Contest (NSC) aims to help undergraduate students improve their programming, creative thinking, and initiative skills, which are required to be an important part of Thailand’s future workforce. Furthermore, the competition aims to provide a competitive platform for young people who are talented in computers and programming to demonstrate their abilities, as well as to obtain a variety of practical prototype.

The shortlisted projects of presentation rounds will be announced on August 1, 2024. The final competition will take place on August 16, 2024.