Vorawit Meesuk is a head of observation and telemetry system section of Hydro and Agro Informatics Institute (HAII), Ministry of Science and Technology, Thailand. He is currently working towards a PhD degree at IHE Delft and TU-Delft, The Netherlands. He has several years of associate researcher experienced working on remote sensing and GIS. He also has experienced in coupling 1D-2D hydrodynamic modelling for urban flooding and also mastered in telemetry system for monitoring the floods.
TopicMerging Topographical Data From Multidimensional Views For Enhanced Urban Flood Modelling
His PhD thesis concerns the topic of applying computer vision and photogrammatry technique to create a high resolution of 3D point cloud as topographical input data for flood modelling system.
Advisor: Prof. R. K. Price, PhD MSc
Funding: OCSC-Royal Thai Government, Thailand and Hydro and Agro Informatics Institute, Thailand
Link to CV of Vorawit Meesuk
- https://www.un-ihe.org/news/vorawit-meesuk-awarded-phd-degreeMeesuk, V., Vojinovic, Z., & Mynett, A. E. (2012). Using Multidimensional Views of Photographs for Flood Modelling. Proc, 6th Int. Conf., Information and Automation for Sustainability (ICIAfS). Beijing, CHN.
- Meesuk, V., Chitradon, R., Bali, A., & Snidvongs, W. (2011). Lessons Learned in Thailand from 2004 Tsunami. In S. C. Lin & E. Yen (Eds.), Data Driven e-Science (pp. 415–434). Springer New York. doi:10.1007/978-1-4419-8014-4_32
Vorawit Meesuk has defended his PhD thesis on 14 June 2017. Read more here.