Along with the grant supported by Thai Government, he is under full financial support from his A levels, to PhD. Thana enrolled to Imperial in 2009 as a material undergraduate BENG course. In his final year, he was responsible for writing a literature review of to justify whether the organogelation is an attractive method to complete against inorganic semiconductor such as a-Si. He is now working under Dr. Saif Haque and Dr. Jenny Nelson.
In his fourth year, Thana shifted his course to study Hybrid Solar cell. In this research, various novel approaches of how to make hybrid solar cells have been investigated. Many possible candidates have been introduced such as a combination of the CdS within organogelator. By introducing ‘quantum dots’ of CdS to this hybrid solar cell as its initial sites during a film deposition process, the ‘charge transportation routes’ can be made homogeneously across the film’s structure. The morphology of the film is studied through SEM and TEM whereas the charge generation and transportation mechanism is investigated through IV curve , Raman and laser spectroscopy.