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1st Anniversary of the 2014 Mae Lao Earthquake

Professor Pennung Warnitchai together with Deputy Chief of Thai Meteorology Department, Mr Burin Wechbunthung, visited some places in Chiang Rai which suffered heavy damage from the M6.3 earthquake that occurred on 5 May 2014. They were there to check on the reconstruction efforts made in preparation for the next earthquake disaster.

During this visit, Professor Pennung Warnitchai remarked that Thailand is not prepared for another massive earthquake, citing mainly the law regulating the construction of earthquake-resistant buildings which does not cover all types of structures (especially the small private houses) and the lack of expertise in constructing earthquake-resistant buildings among Thai engineers.

More about this story can be found at these websites:
- The Nation
- Independent News Network
- ASTV

Call for abstract -International Expert Forum on “Mainstreaming Resilience and Disaster Risk Reduction in Education” 1-2 December, 2017- at AIT, Thailand

(Website link for the IEF- DREE- 2017): https://sites.google.com/ait.asia/ief-drre-2017 DPMM, AIT along with University of Newcastle, Australia unde

Conference Announcement and Call for Papers- 2nd International Conference on “Reaching the Unreached: A Challenge to Technological Development”, 19-20 November at Bali, Indonesia

We are pleased to share that the Second International Conference on "Reaching the Unreached: A Challenge to Technological Development" will be organi

Dr. Mokbul Morshed Ahmad, DPMM faculty writes about the Rohingya Crisis in The Nation (Thailand)

Almost 700,000 Muslim people from the self-identified Rohingya community have fled into Bangladesh since August last year, when Myanmar’s armed