The inspiring events of Thailand-Japan Student Science Fair 2015 and the Thailand-Japan Student ICT Fair 2016 marked the advancement in science education of both countries. Moreover, the said activities fostered the creativity and scientific awareness as well as technological innovation amongst Thai and Japanese youths.
Seeing their considerable benefits, Princess Chulabhorn Science High Schools organize the Thailand-Japan Student Science Fair 2018 which will once again unite hundreds of high school students and teachers from Thailand and Japan who have a real passion for Mathematics, Science and Technology.
This event is funded by The Office of the Basic Education Commission (OBEC), Ministry of Education, Thailand, with support from the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT), Japan.
Key dates for the schools in Thailand
15 JAN 2018
Last Date for Registration for schools in Thailand.
15 FEB 2018
Abstract and Full Papers Submission for schools in Thailand.
15 MAR 2018
Notification of Acceptance for schools in Thailand.
Key dates for the schools in Japan
15 ARP 2018
Last Date for Registration and Full Papers Submission for schools in Japan.
Arrival at PCSHS Phitsanulok
Local Wisdom Activities
Preparation for Oral and Poster Presentations
Opening Ceremony by H.R.H. Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn
Oral and Poster Research Presentations
Welcome Party and Cultural Exchange Activities
Oral and Poster Research Presentations
Science Walk Rally
- Phitsanulok Rice Research Center
- School of Renewable Energy Technology, Naresuan University
- Sirindhorn Medicinal Plants Garden
Field Trip Presentation
Step by Step Guide - Registration Workflow-
TJ-SSF2018 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-SSF2018 SECRETARIAT for it immediately.
The contact persons in PCSHS
MUST register first.
When register your information, choose account type :
A. All contact person who is not going to TJ-SSF2018 is a
"Contact person (Not Attendee)"
B. The teachers contact person is a "Contact person" .
The contact persons in PCSHS send the invitation to the other contact person and related teachers. When the contact person logs in, you can see the link "Invitation" on the right top in the navigation menu. Click "Invitation" , enter the user's name which is used only in the invitation mail and email address twice, then click Send invitation to send the invitation.
The contact person should send the invitation to :
A. The English contact person: The contact person in SSH in Japan
B. The contact person in sister school in Thailand
C. Teachers in your school
When you get the invitation mail from the contact person in your school, click the link in the mail and then register your personal information.
When you register your information, choose your account type as follows. Teacher who…
A. takes care of students projects is a
B. doesn’t take care of students projects but who
B-1. is going to TJ-SSF2018 is a "Operation staff" .
B-2. is not going to TJ-SSF2018 is a "Observer" .
The teachers who register their information as "Participant" , this means the teacher is supporting at least one or more students projects, will send the invitations to the students.
How to send the invitation is the same way the contact person do. Please see "STEP3. Sending the Invitation"
The students who receive the invitation from your teacher should register your personal information by clicking the link in the invitation mail.
When you register your information, choose your account type as follows. Student who…
A. is going to participate having students project is a
B. is going to help the backstage work at the venue is a "Operation staff" .
C. is the other than above is a "Observer" .
The teachers who register their information as "Participant" should create some students project from “Informations > Projects” on the navigation menu on the top, then click Create project to create a project.
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-SSF 2018 will take a big step towards the collaborative learning and teaching, and thus building closer and stronger collaboration in gifted education in Mathematics and Science between the two countries.
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.
With academic cooperation, the students have achieved success in national and international competitions and academic activities, for instance, The National Science and Mathematics Boost Camps held by the Promotion of Academic Olympiad and Development of Science Education Foundation, Young Physicists’ Tournaments, and Thailand-Japan Student Science Fair.
Sports and health, art, music and dance, community services and other extracurricular activities are actively promoted to develop communication, thinking, problem-solving ability as well as capacity of applying life skills and capability for technological application of the students. These are necessary for facing the challenge of the 21st century.
Students of PCSHS Phitsanulok come from Phitsanulok, the major city in the lower northern region, and its seven neighboring provinces—Uttaradit, Sukhothai, Tak, KamphaengPhet, Phichit, NakhonSawan and Phetchabun.