THA 2019 Abstract Fullpaper (update 15.01.19)
THA 2019 Presentaion (update 05.02.19)
Aims and Scope
The objective is to provide a platform for researchers, scientists, practitioners, and policy makers to share and present new advances, research findings, perspectives, and experiences in Disaster Irrigation and Water Management towards Nexus (WEF) and Sustainable Development Goals. Special attention will be given to developing certain skills or competence, or general upgrading of performance ability for climate change adaptation, participatory water management disaster and environmental management, and sustainable development in irrigation and drainage in the monsoon Asia. The conference will bring together leading researchers, engineers, scientists, and officials in the domain of interest from around the world
Topics of the conference
- Topic A : Climate Change and Uncertainty in Hydrology and Meteorology.
- Topic B : Participatory Management for Water and Irrigation Project.
- Topic C : Emerging-Digital Technologies in Water Management and Environment Towards Nexus (WEF) and SDGs (Big Data, IOT)
- Topic D : Disaster Management / Groundwater Management
| ||Selected manuscripts from THA2019 proceedings will be recommended to be published in the Engineering Journal (EJ) : International Journal ISSN 0125-8281 (indexed with ESCI (Web of Science), Scopus, IET Inspec, Index Copernicus, DOAJ, and TCI: http://www.engj.org.) |
- Abstract submission deadline (extend)→
August 31, 2018 September 7, 2018
- Notification of acceptance → September 28, 2018
- Last day for Full paper submission → October 30, 2018
- Early Registration and Payment Deadline → December 31, 2018
- DAY 1: THA 2019 International Conference
- DAY 2: THA 2019 International Conference (cont.) and regional network meeting
- DAY 3: Technical tour / Workshop
SWOC : Smart Water Operation Center (Royal Irrigation Department)
The center was recently opened to be a single command (data integrator) to monitor the weather and rainfall, analyze water situation and warn critical water situations. The center also disseminates water information to publics and support the decision making to executives with accuracy, on time and sharply updating (more details in http://wmsc.rid.go.th/).
Training will provide background, international samples in waterenergy-food and environment issues and assessment tool to analyze complex system by integrating with the socio-economic development which will support policy makers, researchers and students to apply such systems.
2.Downscaled MRI-GCM data applications
The training covers introduction to the 5-km-mesh regional climate model (NHRCM) developed at Meteorological Research Institute (MRI) of the Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA). The dynamic downscaling was performed over the Southeast Asia Region. During training, participants will get to process the data with provided tools. NHRCM provides reliable tool for climate change analysis at a fine spatial and temporal resolution.
1. Chulalongkorn University (CU)
2. Thai Hydrologist Association (THA)
3. Kasetsart University (KU)
4. Asian Institute of Technology (AIT)
5. Royal Irrigation Department (RID)
6. Department of Water Resources (DWR)
7. Department of Groundwater Resources (DGR)
8. Thailand Research Fund (TRF)
9. Office of the National Water Resources (ONWR)