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Programme of THA 2022 International Conference, Day 1 (Wednesday – 26 January 2022)

11.00-11.30
Time Wednesday – 26 January 2022 (Morning)
08.45-09.00 Registration
09.00-09.45 Opening Ceremony
I. Introduction Speech by MC
II. Congratulation Speech by Assoc. Prof. Dr. Supot Teachavorasinskun, Chulalongkorn University
III. Opening Speech by Air Chief Marshal Chalit Pukbhasuk, Privy Councillor, Thailand
Group Photo
Keynote speech
10.00-10.30 I. Dr. Benoit Bosquet, Regional Director for Sustainable Development, East Asia and Pacific, World Bank
Topic: Water Disaster Management towards SDG and post Covid
10.30-11.00 II. Mr. Christophe Bahuet, Deputy Assistant Administrator and Deputy Director of the UNDP Regional Bureau for Asia and the Pacific (RBAP)
Topic: Water management under Climate Change
III. Dr. Surasri Kidtimonton, Secretary-General of the Office of the National Water Resources (ONWR)
Topic: Water management in Thailand and towards SDG
Break (Clip VDO)
Time Wednesday – 26 January 2022 (Afternoon)
Executive Panel Session -1
ROOM A 1: Water Disaster Management and Climate Change
Technical Presentation Session
ROOM B 1
Taiwan Special Presentation Session
ROOM C 1
MC Asst. Prof. Dr. Anurak Sriariyawat Chair Prof.Ming-Daw Su Chair Prof. Dr. Jui-Pin Tsai
13.00-13.15 Prof. Yasuto TACHIKAWA
Kyoto University
13.00-13.30 Invited Speaker Topic A1
Super Drought Hotspots over East Asia and Southeast Asia
in the Last Decade
:Prof. Chen Wen, Chinese Academy of Science, China
13.00-13.30 Invited Speaker Topic B1
The Responses of Agricultural Water Resource Management to
Climate Change
:Dr.Min-Der Hung , COA and Dr. Chih-Hung Tan, AEC
13.15-13.30 Mr. Yusuke Taishi
Regional Technical Advisor for Climate Change Adaptation, UNDP
13.30-13.50 TA-103L INVESTIGATION OF HYDROLOGICAL INTERACTIONS IN THE CHAO PHRAYA RIVER SYSTEM IN BANGKOK USING STABLE ISOTOPIC COMPOSITIONS AND HYDROCHEMICAL FACIES
:jeerapong laonamsai
13.30-13.50 TC-310S PPT DEVELOPMENT OF FRAMEWORK TO EVALUATE CURRENT STATE OF GROUNDWATER GOVERNANCE UNDER URBANIZATION AND CLIMATE CHANGE
: Saurav KC
13.30-13.45 Dr. Giriraj Amarnath
International Water Management Institute
13.50-14.10 TA-105S PPT SENSITIVITY ANALYSIS OF THE RUNOFF IN THE LAND SURFACE MODELS FORCED BY THE OUTPUT OF MRI-AGCM 3.2 CLIMATE MODEL :Aulia Febianda Anwar Tinumbang 13.50-14.10 TC-319S PPT SUSTAINABLE GROUNDWATER DEVELOPMENT IN CAN THO CITY, MEKONG DELTA VIETNAM UNDER CLIMATE CHANGE
:Tuan Pham Van
13.45-14.00 Mr. Abdul Malik Sadat Idris, Bappenas Indonesia/
Prof.Kusuma
114.10-14.30 TA-116L PPT ASSESSING CLIMTE CHANGE IMPACT ON FLOOD PEAK DISCHARGES OF ALL THE CLASS-A RIVERS IN JAPAN
:Tomohiro Tanaka
14.00-14.30 General Discussion
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Executive Panel Session -2
ROOM A 2: Water Management and Climate Change
Technical Presentation Session
ROOM B 2
Taiwan Special Presentation Session
ROOM C 2
MC Asst. Prof. Dr. Pongsak Suttinon Chair Prof. Dr. Changhyun Jun Chair Prof. Dr. TANAKA Shigenobu
15.00-15.15 Prof. Tainan Oki
Special Advisor to the President, and a Professor at The University of Tokyo
15.00-15.20 TA-118L PPT PROJECTED CHANGE IN SEASONAL MONSOON PRECIPITATION OVER SOUTHEAST ASIA UNDER CMIP6 CLIMATE MODEL
: Sawitree Rojpratak
15.00-15.20 TC-317S PPT Spatio-temporal distribution of groundwater recharge under climate change in the Namngum++ River Basin
:Santosh Dhungana
15.15-15.30 Dr. Klaus Schmitt
Director of a GIZ Project on Ecosystem-based Adaptation
15.20-15.40 TA-112S PPT RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SOIL MOISTURE AND SALINITY DEGREE IN THE SALT-AFFECTED SOIL AREA IN KHON KAEN, NORTHEAST THAILAND : SUPRANEE SRITUMBOON 15.20-15.40 TC-318S PPT Evaluation of gridded rainfall products in the selected basins of Lower Mekong
:Santosh Dhungana
15.30-15.45 Prof. Sangam Shrestha
Asian Institute of Technology
15.40-16.00 TA-119L PPT EXPLORING BIAS CORRECTIONS OF RIVER DISCHARGE UNDER DAM OPERATION USING d4PDF IN THE CHAO PHRAYA RIVER BASIN, THAILAND: Aakanchya Budhathoki 15.40-16.00 TB-201S PPT SINTEX-F seasonal prediction system and its application
:Takeshi Doi
15.45-16.15 Ir. Mohd Zaki b. Mat Amin,
Malaysia
16.00-16.20 TA-120L PPT ANALYSIS OF FUTURE PRECIPITATION CHANGES IN TAIWAN USING ENSEMBLE CLIMATE CHANGE SCENERIO DATABASE, D4PDF.:Chang, JuiChe 16.00-16.20 TB-205L PPT WEEKLY GROUNDWATER PUMPAGE ESTIMATION IN UPPER CENTRAL PLAIN THAILAND VIA ARTIFICIAL NEURAL TECHNIQUE
:Tran Thanh Long
16.15-16.45 General Discussion
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Programme of THA 2022 International Conference, Day 2 (Thursday – 27 January 2022)

Time Thursday – 27 January 2022 (Morning)
Executive Panel Session -3
ROOM A 3: Sustainable Groundwater Management towards SDGs
Technical Presentation Session
ROOM B 3
AIT-SEI Special Session on Groundwater Management
ROOM C 3
MC Asst. Prof. Dr. Aksara Putthividhya Chair Prof. Dr. Shu-Yuan Pan Chair Prof. Dr.Ashim Das Gupta
09.00-09.15 Prof. Dr. Makoto Taniguchi
Research Institute for Humanity and Nature (RIHN),
Japan
09.00-09.30 Invited Speaker Topic A2
A novel spatial downscaling approach for climate change assessment in regions with sparse ground data networks.
:Professor Hyunhan Kwon, Sejong University
09.00-09.30 Invited Speaker Topic C1
INNOVATIONS FOR GROUNDWATER MANAGEMENT TOWARDS SDGS
IN THAILAND
:Surin Worakijthamrong, PhD., Director of Groundwater Development Bureau,Department of Groundwater Resources, Thailand
09.15-09.30 Dr. James W. Lamoreaux
Chairman at PELA GeoEnvironment, USA
09.30-09.50 TA-115S PPT Flood simulation of the 2021 Thailand flood in the upstream area of Chi River basin
:kwanchai pakoksung
09.30-09.50 TC-312S PPT Towards Sustainable Groundwater Management of Transboundary Aquifers in the Lower Mekong Region
:Ashim Das Gupta
09.30-09.45 Prof. Yonghui Yang,
Center for Agricultural Resources Research,
IGDB Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
09.50-10.10 TA-136L PPT Aquatic weed removal with a rake to optimize water delivery
:Jirawat Phuphanutada
09.50-10.10 TC-314S PPT MAPPING GROUNDWATER RESILIENCE TO CLIMATE CHANGE AND HUMAN DEVELOPMENT IN BANGKOK AND ITS VICINITY, THAILAND
:Sanjiv Neupane
09.45-10.00 Dr. Hans Thulstrup
Senior Programme Specialist,
UNESCO Jakarta
10.10-10.30 TA-127L PPT Development of ultra-high resolution distributed rainfall runoff model to forecast flash flood in ungauged urban catchments
:Yasuto TACHIKAWA, Feng Shi
10.10-10.30 TC-316S PPT Roles of multi-stakeholders in sustainable groundwater management towards SDG6. Case of Khon Kaen, Thailand
:Preeyaporn Muenratch
10.00-10.30 General Discussion
Break (Clip VDO)
Executive Panel Session - 4
ROOM A 4: Water Management under Water security/SDGs
Technical Presentation Session
ROOM B 4
AIT-SEI Special Session on Groundwater Management
ROOM C 4
MC Asst. Prof. Dr. Piyatida Ruangrassamee Chair Prof. Dr.Kyuhyun Byun Chair Dr. Thanapon Piman
10.45-11.00 Mr. Thomas Panella,
Chair the Water Sector Committee/Group for ADB
10.45-11.05 TA-132L PPT HISTORICAL FLOOD SIMULATION AND EVALUATION THE PERFORMANCE OF GRIDDED PRECIPITATION DATASET IN PREK THNOT RIVER BASIN
:Oudomsatia Huong
10.45-11.05 TC-302S PPT Nature Based Solutions (NBS) for Sustainable Urban Storm Water Management in Global South: A Short Review
:Ho Huu Loc
11.00-11.15 Professor Seungho Lee,
Korea University, Korea
11.05-11.25 TA-133L PPT ASSESSING FLOOD RISK USING ANALYTICAL HIERARCHY PROCESS (AHP) AND GEOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION SYSTEM (GIS): APPLICATION IN PREK THNOT RIVER BASIN
:Chanponleourothana Samrith
11.05-11.25 TC-327L PPT A ROBUST APPLICATION OF GOOGLE EARTH ENGINE FOR ESTIMATING SURFACE SUSPENDED SEDIMENT CONCENTRATION (SSSC) DYNAMICS IN MEKONG DELTA :Punwath Prum
11.15-11.30 Mr. Nguyen Minh Khuyen,
Deputy Director General - Department of Water Resources Management, MONRE
11.25-11.45 TA-135L PPT Model of water leakage beneath reservoir and above diversion water tunnel; Mae Prachum reservoir area, Mae Taeng, Chiang Mai Province
:Noppadol Poomvises
11.25-11.45 TA-129L PPT Development of the landslide-integrated SWAT model
:Lu, Chih-Mei
11.30-11.45 Mr. Somchai Wangwatanaphanich,
The Federation of Thai Industries, Thailand
11.45-12.05 TA-126L PPT POTENTIAL OF ENSEMBLE OPTIMAL INTERPOLATION IN TACKLING PARAMETER BIAS
:Manoj Khaniya
11.45-12.15 General Discussion
Break (Clip VDO)
Time Thursday – 27 January 2022 (Afternoon)
Technical Presentation Session
ROOM A 5
Technical Presentation Session
ROOM B 5
Technical Presentation session
ROOM C 5
Chair Prof. Yo-Jin Shiau Chair Prof. Dr. Li-Chi Chiang Chair Prof. Dr. Ming-Che Hu
13.00-13.20 TA-102S PPT MANAGING FLASH FLOOD AND DROUGHT IN RAINFED AGRICULTURE – THE CONTEXT OF WATER CRISIS MANAGEMENT IN THAILAND
:Supapap Patsinghasanee
13.00-13.30 Invited Speaker Topic B2
Participatory Water Diversion Project in Bang Rakam Flood-prone Field
:Dr. Chakaphon Singto, RID, Thailand
13.00-13.20 TB-215L PPT Improving flood management through future reservoir development and operation in the Tonle Sap largest tributary
:Davin Tes
13.20-13.40 TA-109S PPT Improving Accuracy of Groundwater Storage in Thailand Using GRACE Data Assimilation Technique
:Natthachet Tangdamrongsub
13.20-13.40 TB-207L PPT A DEVELOPMENT OF SOIL MOISTURE MONITORING SYSTEM FOR INCREASING IRRIGATION SUPPLY EFFICIENCY APPLIED IN THORTHONGDAENG OPERATION AND MAINTANANCE PROJECT, KAMPHANGPHET, THAILAND.:Panuwat Pinthong
13.40-14.00 TA-138L PPT PREDICTING THE RESERVOIR INFLOW OF BHUMIBOL DAM USING XGBOOST MACHINE LEARNING ALGORITHM
:Pheeranat Dornpunya
13.30-13.50 TB-203S PPT Reducing Irrigation Water Requirement of the Chao Chet - Bang Yihon Operation and Maintenance Project by Defining New Cropping Calendar based on Time Series NDVI.
:Manatchanok Pannak
13.40-14.00 TB-220L PPT ESTIMATION OF CROP WATER REQUIREMENT AND IRRIGATION EFFICIENCY USING CLOUD–BASED IRRISAT APPLICATION IN THE LOWER PING RIVER BASIN, THAILAND :Paphanin Phutonglom
14.00-14.20 TA-124L PPT PREDICTING THE RESERVOIR INFLOW OF BHUMIBOL DAM USING XGBOOST MACHINE LEARNING ALGORITHM
:Pheeranat Dornpunya
13.50-14.10 TB-209L PPT REAL-TIME RESERVOIR OPTIMIZATION FOR LONG-TERM OPERATION CONSIDERING SEASONAL ENSEMBLE PRECIPITATION FORECAST: A CASE STUDY OF THE SIRIKIT DAM IN 2019
:Thatkiat Meema
14.00-14.20 TB-213L PPT THE OPTIMAL IRRIGATION SCHEDULING FOR SMART FARM VIA REAL-TIME SENSOR
:Sak Sakulthai
14.20-14.40 TC-338L PPT HYDRAULIC TOMOGRAPHY USING FIBER BRAGG GRATING MULTILEVEL WELL
:Jui-Pin Tsai
14.10-14.30 TB-214L PPT Visualization of the Dynamic of Soil Moisture in Terraced Paddy Fields by Using Geoelectrical Resistivity Tomography
:Shao-Yiu Hsu
14.20-14.40 TB-216L PPT HYBRID NEURO FUZZY-BASED RESERVOIR RE-OPERATION MODEL: CASE STUDY OF BHUMIBOL DAM IN THAILAND
: Khin Muyar Kyaw
Break (Clip VDO)
Technical Presentation Session
ROOM A 6
Technical Presentation Session
ROOM B 6
Technical Presentation session
ROOM C 6
Chair Prof. Dr. K.S. Cheng Chair Prof. Dr. Li-Chi Chiang Chair Prof. Dr. Ming-Che Hu
15.00-15.20 TA-123L PPT FUTURE CHANGES OF FLOOD CONTROL EFFECTS OF DAMS IN CLASS-A RIVERS IN JAPAN USING d4PDF
:Keiichiro Kitaguchi
15.00-15.20 TB-217L PPT Telemetry System for Irrigation
: Chettana Chaiyasit
15.00-15.20 TC-342L PPT Applying Flood-prone Fields for Flood Management in Chao Praya River Basin
:Surachat Malasri
15.20-15.40 TA-125L PPT IMPACTS OF CLIMATE CHANGE AND DAM CONSTRUCTION ON AGRICULTURAL FLOOD DAMAGES IN THE CAMBODIAN FLOODPLAIN OF THE MEKONG RIVER BASIN
:Sophal Try
15.20-15.40 TB-218L PPT The Calibration Curve for Irrigation Reservoirs by Survey Tool Innovation
: Porntipa Pinthong
15.20-15.40 TC-343L PPT THAICID Academic Network and their Supporting Roles on Irrigation and Drainage toward Sustainable Water Management
:Noppadon Kowsuvon
15.40-16.00 TA-139S PPT TACKLING THE 2021 TROPICAL STORM DIANMU FLOOD IN THE GREATER CHAO PHRAYA RIVER BASIN, THAILAND: THE PERSPECTIVE VIEWS THROUGH CO-RUN EXERCISE UNDER THE SPEARHEAD RESEARCH PROGRAM :Areeya Rittima 15.40-16.00 TB-219S PPT An Implementation of Automatic Flap Gate Weir Type III-A & III-B toward Structural Irrigation Water Management Best
: Chaiya Phoungphotisop
15.40-16.00 TC-303S PPT Greenhouse Gas Emission Analysis from Palm Oil Industry in Thailand
: JunJun Ma
16.00-16.20 TA-121L PPT REAL-TIME FLOOD FORECASTING USING ECMWF ENSEMBLE PRECIPITATION FORECAST IN THE UPPER NAN RIVER BASIN, THAILAND :Thatkiat Meema 16.00-16.20 TB-206L PPT AN EXTENDED-RANGE WEATHER FORCAST OVER TWO WEEKS USING A COUPLED WRF-ROMS MODEL: A CASE STUDY OF CHAO PHRAYA RIVER BASIN
:Kritanai Torsri
16.00-16.20 TB-211L PPT MULTI-OBJECTIVE BIOMONITORING APPROACHES USING BIOLOGICAL COMMUNITIES TO ASSESS THE WASTEWATER TREATMENT EFFICIENCY AND ECOSYSTEM SERVICES OF SUBTROPICAL CONSTRUCTED WETLANDS :Rita Sau Wai Yam
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(Draft) Programme of THA 2019 International Conference, Day 3 (Friday – 28 January 2022)

Time Friday – 28 January 2022 (Morning)
Workshop A:
Training courses for hydrologic analysis using GCM climate projection outputs
ROOM A 7
Technical Presentation Session
ROOM B 7: Department of Groundwater Resources Presentation
Technical Presentation Session
ROOM C 7
Purpose of the training: you will learn about climate change downscaled data for Southeast Asia and water resource impact assessment using it. In addition, you will learn how to use climate change data through exercises. Chair Prof. Dr. Chawalit Ratanatamskul Chair Prof.Dr.Dongkyun Kim
09:00-09:20 1. Dynamical downscaling of climate data for Southeast Asia at Meteorological Research Institute in Japan

Dr. Akihiko MURATA, Meteorological Research Institute, Japan

09.00-09.30 Invited Speaker Topic C2
Integrating Groundwater and Resiliency Frameworks: Informing Transboundary GroundwaterManagement in the Lower Mekong River Basin, Cambodia and Vietnam
: Haider Saira M., Powlen, Kathryn, and Davis Kyle W., USGS
09.00-09.20 TC-341S PPT Indicators of Water User Association for Sustainability Transition: A Preliminary Model
:Jitraporn Somyanontanakul
09.20-09.40 TC-344L PPT INWEPF-THAI Innovative Rice Cultivation to Sustain Green Approaches for food security and alleviate poverty under Global Warming Challenges : Rasu Suepsahakarn
09:20-09:40 2. Evaluation of MRI-AGCM and 150-year continuous simulation in Southeast Asia

Dr. Toshiyuki NAKAEGAWA, Meteorological Research Institute, Japan

09.30-09.45 TC-325L PPT An Agent-based Approach for Managing Food-Energy-Water Systems Under Future Climate Scenarios Using FEWCalc and DSSAT: Opportunities and Challenges for Local Decision-makers in Thailand
:Jirapat Phetheet
09.40-10.00 TC-345S PPT Community based water resources management criteria towards SDGs
: Piyatida Ruangrassamee
09:40-10:00 3. Impact assessment of climate change on water resources in Japan Southeast Asia using d4PDF

Prof. Yasuto Tachikawa, Graduate School of Engineering, Kyoto University, Japan

09-45-10.00 TC-328L PPT GIS ANALYSIS FOR GROUNDWATER EXPLORATION IN HARD ROCK TERRAINS: HUAI KRACHAO, KANCHANABURI, THAILAND
:Jurarud Yanawongsa
10.00-10.20 TC-301S PPT The New National Water Law for Improving Water Management Problems in Thailand
:Araya Yotmongkol
10:00-10:30 3.1 Introduction of the exercise (uncertainty assessment of reservoir operation using d4PDF), How to access d4PDF and data format

Dr. Thatkiat Meema, Graduate School of Engineering, Kyoto University, Japan

10.00-10.15 TC-331L PPT MANAGED AQUIFER RECHARGE : THE EXPLORATION OF POTENTIAL AREAS, NAM KAM RIVER BASIN, SAKON NAKHON AND NAKHON PHANOM PROVINCES, THAILAND : Jirateep Yotmaw
10.15-10.30 TC-332L PPT APPLICATION OF NANOFILTRATION MEMBRANE FOR REMOVAL OF VOCS AND HEAVY METALS IN GROUNDWATER, RATCHABURI, THAILAND :Chadaporn Busarakum
Break (Clip VDO)
Workshop A:
Training courses for hydrologic analysis using GCM climate projection outputs
ROOM A 8
Technical Presentation Session
ROOM B 8: Department of Groundwater Resources Presentation
Technical Presentation session
ROOM C 8
Purpose of the training: you will learn about climate change downscaled data for Southeast Asia and water resource impact assessment using it. In addition, you will learn how to use climate change data through exercises. Chair Dr Praphawadee Otarawanna Chair Prof. Dr. Chawalit Ratanatamskul
10:40-11:30 1.1 Hand-on the exercise (precipitation analysis using d4PDF)

Dr. Thatkiat Meema, Graduate School of Engineering, Kyoto University, Japan

10.40-10.55 TC-334L PPT HYDROLOGICAL FORENSIC INVESTIGATION COMBINING HIERARCHICAL CLUSTER ANALYSIS: A CASE STUDY OF 16TH LUM NAM JONE RESERVOIR, CHACHOENGSAO, THAILAND :Manussawee Hengsuwan 10.40-11.00 TC-322S PPT ASSESSMENT OF WATER QUALITY OF INLE LAKE AND FOUR MAIN STREAMS FLOWING INTO INLE LAKE, IN MYANMAR
:Ei Wai Phyo
10.55-11.10 TC-336L PPT GROUNDWATER MONITORING NETWORK IN THAILAND
:Thanyarat Srikamma
11.00-11.20 TC-340L PPT Water use efficiency improvement at local level via training process -Case study in the Thor Tong Daeng (TTD) Irrigation Project area, Kamphaengphet Province Thailand
:Chitsanuwat Maneesrikum
11.10-11.25 TC-337L PPT CHARACTERIZATION OF CONTAMINATED GROUNDWATER USING MEMBRANE INTERFACE PROBE AND HYDRAULIC PROFILING TOOL (MiHPT) IN RATCHABURI, THAILAND :Phanumat Kullaboot 11.20-11.40 TC-326L PPT OPINIONS AND PERSPECTIVES IN CHAO PHRAYA DELTA’S 2040 DEVELOPMENT
:Thapthai Chaithong
11:30-12:00 Q&A 11.25-11.40 TC-330L PPT Groundwater Resources Planning and Development in Eastern Economic Corridor (EEC) with an Integrated Spatial Plan and Public Participation
: Vijitsri Sanguanwongse
11.40-12.00 TB-208L PPT Discussion on the Suitability of SWAT Model Applied to Hydrological Simulation of Paddy Field in Taiwan
:Li-Chi Chiang
11.40-11.55 TC-335L PPT COST AND BENEFIT ANALYSIS FROM USING AUTOMATIC METERING READING FOR GROUNDWATER REVENUE MANAGEMENT : CASE STUDY FROM THAILAND GROUNWATER CRISIS AREA
: Supanee Harnphattananusorn / Vijitsri Sanguanwongse
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Friday – 28 January 2022 (Afternoon)
Workshop B: Training courses for water security index
ROOM A 9
Workshop C: Science-Policy Interface Dialogue on Water and Climate Change
ROOM B 9
In this training workshop, you will learn about water security status data and calculation method in case of Thailand. In addition, you will learn how to use water security index data through exercises. The example of application and implementation of water security index in Thailand is illustrated. The strength and weakness of Thailand water management status were discussed. Objectives:
1.Familiarize participants with the concept of Science-Policy Interface
2.Explore challenges and opportunities for Science-Policy Interface
3.Network and build community of action for continuing activities towards achieving SDG
13.00-13.20 1. Introduction of Water security index

Asst. Prof. Piyatida Ruangrassamee
Faculty of Engineering, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand

13.00-13.15 Warm-up
:Menti
13.20-13.40 2. Example of mainstreaming water security index in national water resources management in Thailand

Office of the National Water Resources, Thailand

13.15-13.30 Introduction to Science-Policy Platform
:Presentation
13.40-14.00 3. Linkage of water security index and water operation in Thailand: framework and system

Asst. Prof. Pongsak Suttinon
Faculty of Engineering, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand

13.30-13.45 Getting to know each other & Locating where we are
: Round of Self-Introduction
14.00-14.30 4.1 Introductions of exercise

Asst. Prof. Piyatida Ruangrassamee
Asst. Prof. Pongsak Suttinon
Faculty of Engineering, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand

13.45-14.05 Inputting to the Quadrant and Identify 3 key functions
: Small breakout groups of 3-4 people and fill the output into the consolidated sheet of 9 quadrant
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14.40-15.30 4.2 Hand-on the exercise

Asst. Prof. Piyatida Ruangrassamee
Asst. Prof. Pongsak Suttinon
Faculty of Engineering, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand

14.20-15.20 Open Discussion on Challenges and Solutions
: Group of max 5. Sharing & Mapping Exercise on Challenges and Solutions through 5 topics (Free to choose topic(s) of interest)
1. Financing
2. Capacity Building
3. Data
4. Innovation
5. Governance
15.30-16.00 Q&A 15.20-15.50 Next Step
: Suggestions for next step & Allocate working groups for taking consultation to action
15.20-15.50 Next Step
: Suggestions for next step & Allocate working groups for taking consultation to action
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