Sarintip Tantanee had worked as engineer in Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (EGAT) for 10 years and has been working as the lecturer in the university more than 20 years. Her work experiences are in Water Resources Management, Hydropower project and application of remote sensing information for rainfall prediction including a focus on the climate change adaptation for Thai society. She currently works as the president of Naresuan University, Thailand. She has experiences both in local and oversea research such as: Japan-Thai cooperation projects of the Integrated study on hydro-Meteorological Prediction and Adaptation to Climate change in Thailand (IMPAC-T) during 2009-2013 and the Advancing co-Design of integrated strategies with ADaptation to climate change in Thailand (ADAP-T) during 2016-2020 which were supported by JICA/JST, Japan; Advancing Skill Creation to ENhance Transformation (ASCENT) during 2015-2018, Mastering Energy Supply focusing on Isolated Areas (MESfIA) during 2018-2021, and Strengthening University–Enterprise Collaboration for Resilient Communities in Asia (SECRA) during 2020-2023 which were supported by Erasmus
Phisut Apichayakul completed his bachelor’s degree and then his master’s degree in Control Engineering at the King Mongkut Institute of Technology Ladkrabang, Thailand. In 2010, he earned his doctorate in Automatic Control and System Engineering from The University of Sheffield, UK. He has been working as a lecturer at Faculty of Engineering for more than 20 years. His work experience is in time series modeling and analysis, especially spatio-temporal state space models, modeling and control, sensors and measurements, and disaster management. He experienced as a coordinator for several training courses and participated in several Erasmus+ projects e.g. Advancing Skill Creation to ENhance Transformation (ASCENT) during 2015-2018, Mastering Energy Supply focusing on Isolated Areas (MESfIA) during 2018-2021, Improving Access to Science and Technology Higher Education in Resource-Poor Institution through an Open Platform for Technology Enabled Active Learning Environment (TEAL2.0) during 2019-2023, Strengthening University–Enterprise Collaboration for Resilient Communities in Asia (SECRA) during 2020-2023. Presently, he serves as Vice President and has major roles in international relations, technology transfer, and academic services.
Kumpon Subsomboon completed his bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering from Kasetsart University, Thailand. He furthered his Master of Engineering in Structural Engineering at the Asian Institute of Technology and his Master of Philosophy in Civil Engineering and Engineering Mechanics from Columbia University, New York, USA. He has experiences in both professional and academic aspects e.g. Project member of Erasmus+ Project, namely, Strengthening University–Enterprise Collaboration for Resilient Communities in Asia (SECRA) during 2020-2023, Director of the Water Resources Research Center during 2018-2022, Associate Dean in Administration during 2010-2018, Assistant Construction Manager at Griffis and Associates, New York, USA, during 2002-2004, Adjunct Lecturer at Polytechnic University, Brooklyn, USA, during 2003-2004, and Research Scientist at Polytechnic University, Brooklyn, USA, during 2000-2003. He was also a Civil Engineer at Siam Cement Public Company Limited in 1993. Currently, he serves as the Dean of the Faculty of Engineering.
Panu Buranajarukorn has been lecturer and researcher at Department of Industrial Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Naresuan University. He had worked over 22 years in academic institute as well as he had great experience to work with local industries on the aspect of productivity and process improvement in manufacturing. He has worked closely with the entrepreneurs in order to support business incubation and startup companies. He is the author of numerous publications focused on engineering management and industrial engineering. He has presented at a number of national and international conferences. His experiences both in local and oversea projects such as Erasmus+ project, namely, Strengthening University–Enterprise Collaboration for Resilient Communities in Asia (SECRA) during 2021-2023 and Advancing Skill Creation to ENhance Transformation (ASCENT) during 2015-2018; Head of Industrial Engineering Department, Naresuan University during 2009-2018; Vice Director, Naresuan University Business Incubator Centre (NUBIC), Naresuan University during 2006-2010. Currently, he serves as the Associate Dean in Academic Affair at the Faculty of Engineering.
Korakod Nusit is currently working as a lecturer at the Department of Civil Engineering, Naresuan University, Thailand. He received his bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from Thammasat University, Thailand. After he graduated his master’s degree in Geotechnical Engineering from National University of Singapore, Dr. Nusit continued his Ph.D. in civil engineering at Curtin University, Australia. He finished his Ph.D. degree in 2016. He is also serving as a researcher at the Centre of Excellence on Energy Technology and Environment (CETE). Beside working as a lecturer in undergraduate and graduate programs in Civil Engineering, he is also responsible for the committee of disaster management program as well. His expertise includes the green materials for road pavement construction and geohazards.
Orawan Sirisawat Apichayakul completed her bachelor’s degree and then her master’s degree in Speech Communication at Chulalongkorn University, Thailand. In 2014, she earned her doctorate in Social Sciences (Social Studies) from Loughborough University, UK. Currently, she works as a lecturer in Communication and Media at the Department of Communication Arts, Naresuan University, Thailand. Her experiences both in local and overseas activities and projects, for instance, being an advisor for the Thai Public Broadcasting Services (Thai PBS) Audience Council in the North Region, Thailand, from 2018 to the present; voluntarily working as an advisor for the Phichit Development Foundation since 2021; project coordinator and member of Erasmus+ project, namely, Strengthening University–Enterprise Collaboration for Resilient Communities in Asia (SECRA) during 2021-2023. Her areas of expertise are related to speech communication, script writing, capacity building in communities, community and participatory issues, citizen journalism, disaster and sensitive journalism, media and communication in a glocal context, marginalized people, and community & communication issues.