International Double Degree Program

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Siripong Atipan (Phd)

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Name:                  Siripong Atipan (Phd)

Position:              Assistant Professor

Specialization:    Aerodynamics, Aircraft Performance, Aerospace Dynamics,  Flight Simulation, Unmanned
                             Aircraft Systems,
  Applied Mathematics

Telephone:          02 797 0999 ext. 1701

  • Doctor of Philosophy (Aerospace Engineering), RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia (2003)
  • Master of Engineering (Aerospace Engineering), RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia (1997)
  • Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical Engineering), King Mongkut’s Institute of Technology at Ladkrabang, Bangkok, Thailand (1994)
Professional Training
  • Remote Pilot Visual Line of Sight Certificate (Multi-Rotor), Defence Technology Institute, 2021
  • Aviation Instructor Course, Wefly International Training Academy, 2021
  • Airport Capacity Enhancement and Airspace Optimization, ENAC and KMITL, 2019
  • Instrument Rating Ground Training Course, Thai Aviation Technology School, 2018
  • Airport Management Course, Thai Aviation Technology School, 2018
  • UAV External Pilot Training for Executive, Defence Technology Institute, 2017
  • Private Pilot Ground Training Course, Thai Aviation Technology School, 2008
Teaching Experience
  • Aeronautical Science
  • Aircraft Technology
  • Aircraft Aerodynamics and Performance
  • Aircraft Stability and Control
  • Advanced Mathematics in Aerospace Engineering


  • Rattapol Sakornsin and Siripong Atipan, “Experimental Investigation of Seabird-like Wings in Ground Effect”, Journal of Aeronautic, Astronautics, and Aviation, Vol. 51, No. 2, Special Issue, pp.213-224, June 2019
  • Siripong Atipan, “Analysis of Viscous Incompressible Flows with Panel Methods”, Journal of Research in Engineering and Technology, Vol. 1, No. 3, Kasetsart University, Bangkok, Thailand, 2004: 49-71


  • Atipan, S., and P. Chomdej, 2021, Fuel Consumption Analysis of Gradual Climb Procedure with Varied Climb Angle and Airspeed, Article No. 157, Pages 1-8. in International Symposium on Sustainable Aviation (ISSA 2021). Bangkok. Thailand. 25-27 November, 2021
  • Rattapol Sakornsin, Chinnapat Thipyopas, and Siripong Atipan, “Experimental Investigation of Ground Effect of WIG Craft – NEW1 Model”, the 1st Innovation Aviation & Aerospace Industry – International Conference 2020, pp.1-6, 13–17 January 2020
  • Rattapol Sakornsin and Siripong Atipan, “Aerodynamic Tests of Bird-like Wings in Ground Effect”, The 3rd Southeast Asia Workshop on Aerospace Engineering, Bangkok, 6-8 September 2018
  • Rattapol Sakornsin, Siripong Atipan, and Chinnapatr Tippayopas, “Aerodynamic Test of the Wing in Ground Effect Craft NEW1 Model”, The 31st Conference of Mechanical Engineering Network of Thailand, Nakorn Naiyok, Thailand, 4 – 7 July 2017
  • Siripong Atipan, “A Experimental Study of Calibration Algorithms for Five-Hole Pressure Probes”, The 7th TSME International Conference on Mechanical Engineering, Chiang Mai, Thailand, 13-16 December 2016