Chiang Mai Creative Mapping 2016-2017This is the second edition of CHIANG MAI CREATIVE MAPPING, a directory and description of key creative and cultural organizations, groups, spaces and assets in Chiang Mai.
Founded in 2015, the Northern Digital Enterprise Association (NDEA) aims to help local and government agencies improve quality of life through technology, to expand and connect its members to larger markets and opportunities, and to develop Chiang Mai to become a world-renowned digital hub.Read More
The Department of Computer Engineering at the Faculty of Engineering, Chiang Mai University (CMU) was established in 1993 and has since played an important role in Chiang Mai both as an educational establishment and as a center for the promotion of technology and business. The Department of Computer Engineering creates successful graduate engineers who have gone on to work in both the public and private sectors in a wide range of careers, such as system network engineers, program developers and industry automation engineers.Read More
Barcamp Chiangmai refers to a community of people in the IT and software field (others interested in technology are welcome). Barcamp events are open, participatory events called “unconferences” (no prior agenda – the latter is proposed by attendees). The idea is to get smart, tech savvy people together to collaborate, network, and learn from each other.Read More
the Software Industry Promotion Agency (SIPA) is a public prganization administered under the Ministry of Information and Communication Technology. The agency is responsible for helping plan and write policy for the Ministry of Information and Communication Technology, developing and promoting the software industry in Thailand, supporting and training individuals and software personnel and promoting the software market and manufacturing process in Thailand through financial incentives, grants and loans.Read More
Barcamp Chiangmai refers to community of people in the IT and software field. Barcamp events are open, participatory events called "unconferences" (no prior agenda - the latter is proposed by attendees). The idea is to get smart, tech savvy people together to collaborate, network, and learn from each other.Read More
Pong Noi Art Space was establish in 2008 by Wanek Jantartip as a non-profit community space where both local Thai and international artists could exhibit and promote their work.Read More
The College of Arts, Media and Technology (CAMT) at Chiang Mai University is an organization under the direction of the university similar to that of a faculty, but with more independence. The college provides education in the field of creative technology and innovation, and offers Undergraduate programmes in Software Engineering (International Programme), Animation, and Modern Management and Information Technology. The college also offers two Masters Degree programmes in Knowledge Management and Software Engineering, and a PhD programme in Knowledge Management.Read More