A special seminar titled “Disaster Recovery and Internal Displacement: Lessons from post-Typhoon Haiya in Tacloban, Philippines” was delivered by Mr. Michael Boyland, Research Associate, Stockholm Environment Institute, was held on 24 September 2019.(more…)
Topic: Coastal Tourism Governance And Impact On Local Community: The Case Of Cha Am, Gulf Of Thailand
Presenter: Ms. Sussaangana Unhasuta (Ph.D. candidate, UEM)
Moderator: Mr. Mazhar Ali (Ph.D. candidate, DPMM)
Date: Wednesday, August 28, 2019
Time: 15:00 – 16:00 hrs
As a monthly event, The Department of Development and Sustainability organised a PhD colloquium for PhD students on 28 August 2019. The main objectives of the event are to exchange research ideas and to build the network between the PhD students.(more…)
5 AIT students attend the International Summer School on “Geo-informatics Serves the Belt and Road” between August 18 – 24, 2019.
Five AIT students participated in Summer school on “Geo-informatics Serves the Belt and Road” organized by the School of Geoscience and Info-Physics of the Central South University of China. Participating students were Nattapon Trumikaborworn (DPMM/DDS), Ranadheer Mandadi, Hasan Reaz Kallol (DPMM/DDS), Afsana Shahid, and Gautam Dadhich.(more…)
Disaster Resilience and Sustainable Development: Integrating Higher Education Institutions achieving SFDRR and SDG
The International Symposium Disaster Resilience and Sustainable Development Integrating Higher Education Institutions achieving SFDRR and SDG Thematic Areas: – Disaster Risk, Education and Communication – Sustainable Development and Resilience – Disaster Risk Science and Engineering – Trending Technologies in Natural Disaster Risk Reduction – Disaster Data Science and Management Read more…
Topic: An empirical analysis of behavioral factors of coal mine workers associated with injuries: The case of Pakistan
Presenter: Mr. Mazhar Ali (DPMM)
Moderator: Mr. Muhammad Yousuf Lasi (RRDP)
Date: 29th August 2018
Time: 15:00 – 16:00 hrs.
Venue: S201(NRM Workshop Room)
Internship Topic: Dynamic flood risk forecasting in Ba province in the Republic of the Fiji Islands
At the completion of my DPMM Professional Masters coursework, I was attached with the Regional Integrated Multi-Hazard Early Warning System for Africa and Asia (RIMES) at their regional office at AIT for my required internship.
I considered myself fortunate for I got to do a hands-on experience on multi-hazard early warning systems that have been applied and managed in Africa and Asia. As part of my project, I worked on dynamic flood risk forecasting in Ba province in the Republic of the Fiji Islands. It was a great learning experience as I got to realize the how flood risk forecasting using past rainfall data can prevent disastrous flood impacts and minimize losses.
Curriculum Structure Disaster Preparedness, Mitigation and Management Thesis Option Research Study Option – Total number of required credits 6 6 – Total number of elective credits 20 32 – Total number of course works 26 38 – Total number of thesis/research – Total number of credits 22 48 10 48 Read more…