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Sarunwit Promsaka Na Sakonnakron, Ph.D.


Associate Dean for Organizational Communication and International Affairs
E-mail : sarunwit@hotmail.com
Phone : 02-696-6731 ,Ext. 6731

Education
• Ph.D. (Architecture and Planning)
University of Sassari, Italy
• M.A. (Policy Sciences) MEXT scholarship
Ritsumeikan University, Japan
• B.U.E.P.D. (Urban Environmental Planning and Development) Second Class Honors
Thammasat University

Research Interests
• Disaster risk management integrated into urban planning
• Public space design for increasing people interaction and enhancing social learning
• Applying communication tools for planning and spatial planning
• Developing tools for communicating with social agents and communities

Publications
Promsaka Na Sakonnakron, S., Huyakorn, P., Rizzi, P. (2014). Urban Gaming Simulation for Enhancing
          Disaster Resilience. TEMA: Journal of Land Use, Mobility and Environment, ISSN: 1970-9870, 
          pp. 841-851.

Promsaka Na Sakonnakron, S., Korkietpitak, W., Rizzi, P. (2013). Urban Planning and Management for
          City Resilience to Disasters: a case study of Phuket Province after tsunami. The Proceeding of 
          51st Kasetsart University Annual Conference. vol. 51, pp. 249-256, ISBN: 978-616-278-068-4, 
          Bangkok, 5-7 February 2013

Promsaka Na Sakonnakron, S., Rizzi, P. (2013). Urban Resilience to Disaster: A New Challenging 
          Paradigm for Modern Urbanization. In: 11th International Conference ""Public Administration: 
          The Russian Federation in the Modern World. Moscow, Russia, May 31– June 1, 2013

Promsaka Na Sakonnakron, S., Rizzi, P. (2012). Is the Coastal Urban System Resilient to Tsunami?: 
          A case study of Phuket, Thailand . In: Frontpage Planning: Before and After Major Events, 
          Disasters, and Social Unrest. vol. 44, p. 10, Salzburg, Austria, May 3rd-6th, 2012.

Promsaka Na Sakonnakron, S., Hirunsalee, S., & Kanegae, H. (2012). “Thai Preferences in Alternative 
          Mirco-Financail Programs for Flood Risk Management at the Household Level”. Studies in 
          Reginal Science, Japan section of the Regional Science Association International (JSRAI), 
         Vol. 42, No. 3, pp. 511-525, 2012.

Promsaka Na Sakonnakron, S., Kanegae, H., & Denpaiboon, C. (2012). “Donations for Cultural Heritage 
          Protection against Floods: A Case Study of Ayutthaya World Heritage, Thailand”, Disaster 
          Mitigation of Cultural Heritage and Historic Cities, Vol.6 , July 2012.

Promsaka Na Sakonnakron, S., Hirunsalee, S., Kanegae, H. (2011). “Increasing Financial Capacity in 
          Disaster Risk Management of the Rural-Low Income through an Innovative Trinity Financial 
          Instrument: A Case Study of Ayutthaya Province, Thailand”, International Proceedings of 
          Economics Development and Research, Vol. 14 , ISSN: 2010-4626, pp. 374 -382, 2011.

Promsaka Na Sakonnakron, S., Janmaimool, P., Hirunsalee, S., & Kanegae, H. (2010). “Needs of 
          Low-income Residents in Flood-Prone Area to Mitigate Their Flood Loss through 
          Microinsurance: A case study of Tambon Phu-Kao-Thong, Ayutthaya province, Thailand” , 
          Disaster Mitigation of Cultural Heritage and Historic Cities, Vol. 4, 265-272, 2010

Janmaimool, P., Promsaka Na Sakonnakron, S., Hirunsalee, S., & Kanegae, H. (2010). “Flood Risk 
          Communication by Local Stakeholders for Residents' Self-Protection in Urbanized Area”, 
          Disaster Mitigation of Cultural Heritage and Historic Cities, Vol.4, pp. 91-98,2010.

Hirunsalee, S., Janmaimool, P., Promsaka Na Sakonnakron, S., & Kanegae, H. (2010). “Flood Local 
          Knowledge and Its Transferred Possibilities: A case study of Ayutthaya, World Heritage Site of 
          Thailand”, Disaster Mitigation of Cultural Heritage and Historic Cities, Vol.4, pp. 273-280,2010.

Promsaka Na Sakonnakron, S., Janmaimool, P., Hirunsalee, S., & Kanegae, H. (2010). “Needs of 
          Low-income Residents in Flood-Prone Area to Mitigate Their Flood Loss through Microinsurance 
          A case study of Tambon Phu-Kao-Thong, Ayutthaya province, Thailand”, Disaster Mitigation of 
          Cultural Heritage and Historic Cities, Vol.4, pp. 265-272, 2010.