Mr. Sanjiv Neupane participated and presented a poster “Evaluation of CORDEX Regional Climate Models (RCMs) for future climate extreme projection in Bangkok and its Vicinity, Thailand” in the 9th International Joint Student Seminar on “Civil Infrastructures” jointly organized by Regional Network Office for Urban Safety (RNUS), School of Engineering and Technology (SET), Asian Institute of Technology (AIT), Thailand and International Center for Urban Safety Engineering (ICUS), Institute of Industrial Science (IIS), University of Tokyo (UTokyo), Japan. The seminar was held during 8 – 10 December 2020, at Video-Teleconference Room, AIT Library and online through zoom with an objective of sharing research information (by students) and friendships to improve presentation skills among major Asian universities. The poster highlights the use of performance indicators, entropy methods and weightage average techniques for the evaluation of RCMs for future climate projection in Bangkok and its vicinity, Thailand. The paper is one of the outputs from the project “Mapping Groundwater Resilience to Climate Change and Human Development in Asian Cities”, supported by the Asia-Pacific Network on Global Change Research (APN).
Mr. Sanjiv presents a poster in the 9th International Joint Student Seminar
36 students from 13 countries studying in six universities: Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand, University of Tokyo, Japan, Nagaoka University of Technology, Japan, Tsinghua University, China, Tohoku University, Japan and Prince of Songkla University, Thailand presented and discussed their research covering different fields, such as disaster prevention, transportation, structural, geotechnical, water, and environmental engineering.