Tutorial on how to write NQI research proposal to submit to PMUC for fiscal year 2023

Program Management Unit for Competitiveness (PMUC) organized an information session to explain the goals and objectives of accepting proposals for research projects under the National Quality Infrastructure Group Program (NQI) for fiscal year 2023.

The session was hosted via an online zoom meeting system on Wednesday, November 23, 2022 from 9:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m., with information provided by Dr. Siwinee Sawasdiaree, head of Electrometrology Department, National Institute of Metrology, serving as a sub-committee member and secretary of the NQI program, along with Ms. Walaithip Chotiwongpipat, deputy director of PMUC.

Assoc. Prof. Siree Chaiseri, Ph.D., gave an opening speech and spoke about the intention of accepting project proposals stating that “PMUC has a mission to push forward in-depth scientific and technological research results into commercial use. The NQI program will support the introduction of such products into the national and international markets. Furthermore, this year PMUC would like to see the private sector becoming more involved in the NQI process to further enhance such process in various industries.”

Those who missed the live session can view the recorded session clarifying the acceptance of research proposals. and guidelines for writing project proposals for the fiscal year 2023 via the clip below.

Interested parties can submit proposals in the NRIIS system, together with project proposals attached in the format specified by PMUC, both in word and pdf formats in the system from now until Tuesday, December 13, 2022 (deadline for submission of complete proposals at 5:00 p.m.) and applicants must confirm submission of proposals in the NRIIS system by Monday, December 19, 2022 at 5:00 p.m. More details can be found at

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