Dr. Damrongpol Kamhangwong

Lecturer in Postharvest Technology Program
Tel: 053 916 7185


  • Ph.D.Computer science (Logistics and supply chain), Université Lumière Lyon 2, France
  • M.Sc. Packaging Technology, Kasetart university, Thailand
  • B.Sc. Industrial chemical, King mongkut’s university of technology north bangkok, Thailand

Research Interests

  • Packaging for transportation
  • Active packaging
  • Digital logistics and supply chain
  • Traceability system

Contact Information
Tel: 053 916 7185
Email: damrongpol.kam@mfu.ac.th

Article list on Scopus
Conference Paper
Enhancing Local Tourism Sustainability through a Digital Local Tourism Management System (DLTMS)
8th International Conference on Digital Arts, Media and Technology and 6th ECTI Northern Section Conference on Electrical, Electronics, Computer and Telecommunications Engineering, ECTI DAMT and NCON 2023, 2023, pp. 393-398
Conference Paper
Determinants of Customer Satisfaction with Self-Service Technology (SST): A Case Study of Mae Fah Luang University's Library
2023 International Conference on Cyber Management and Engineering, CyMaEn 2023, 2023, pp. 128-131
Conference Paper
The Finding of Factors to Motivate Stakeholders in the Coffee Supply Chain Towards the Use of Blockchain Technology: Case of Chiang Rai Coffee Supply Chain
6th International Conference on Information Technology, InCIT 2022, 2022, pp. 422-427
Conference Paper
The requirement Analysis of Quality Household Disaster Data for The National Disaster Management Agency, The Gambia
6th International Conference on Information Technology, InCIT 2022, 2022, pp. 83-86
Conference Paper
Online Problem-Based Learning Framework for Promoting Digital Service Skills: Empirical Study of Local Entrepreneurs in Chiang Rai Province
International Symposium on Wireless Personal Multimedia Communications, WPMC, 2022, 2022-October, pp. 336-340
Mechanical, physico-chemical, and antimicrobial properties of gelatin-based film incorporated with catechin-lysozyme
Chemistry Central Journal, 2012, 6(1), 131
Preharvest bagging with wavelength-selective materials enhances development and quality of mango (Mangifera indica L.) cv. Nam Dok Mai #4
Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture, 2011, 91(4), pp. 664-671