Prof. Thares Srisatit, Ph.D.

Professor

Thares Srisatit, Ph.D.

Academic Position: Professor
Executive Position:

  • Director, Institute of Metropolitan Development

Contact: Room 301, 3rd Floor, Navamindra 1 Building, Institute of Metropolitan Development, Navamindradhiraj University
Email: thares@nmu.ac.th, srisatit.thares@gmail.com

Thares Srisatit is the Director of Institute of Metropolitan Development. Interested about urban resilience and liveability capacity development, urban sustainable development to smart city.

Thares Srisatit has earned B.Eng in Civil Engineering from Khon Kean University, M.Eng. in Civil Engineering from Chulalongkorn University, Thailand, and Ph.D. in Environmental Engineering from Université de Savoie, France.

  • Ph.D. (Environmental Engineering) Université de Savoie, France
  • M.Eng. (Civil Engineering) Chulalongkorn University, Thailand
  • B.Eng. (Civil Engineering) Khon Kaen University, Thailand
  • Urban Resilience and Liveability Capacity Development
  • Urban Sustainable Development
  • Smart City
  • Director of Institute of Metropolitan Development, Navamindradhiraj University, Thailand.
  • President of Environmental Engineering Association of Thailand.
  • Professor at Department of Environmental Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand.
  • Expert Committee on Environmental Pollution, National Environment Board of Thailand.
  • Prohmdetbun, I. and Srisatit, T. (2020). Effect of Passive Aeration on Fed Batch Composting of Organic Waste in Compost Bioreactors. Environment Asia, 13(1), 140 – 149.
  • Prohmdetbun, I., Srisatit, T. and Popradit, A. (2019). Fed Intermittent Composting of Food Waste from Minor Touring City, Using Reactors with Different Passive Ventilation. Journal of Environmental Management and Tourism, 10(7), 1523 – 1532.
  • Sangaroon, P., Srisatit. T. and Sriprom, P. (2019). Optimization Conditions for Increasing Cation Exchange Capacity of Coal Fly Ash Zeolite Modified with Chitosan Using Box-behnken Design. Environmental Asia, 12(2), 58 – 68.
  • Wiangnon, J., Srisatit, T. and Popradit, A. (2019). Affected Factors for Solid Waste Management in the Upstream of Watershed and Touristic Area Using Analytic Hierarchy Process: A Case Study of Pai District, Thailand. Journal of Environmental Management and Tourism, 10(3), 563 – 574.
  • Popradit, A., Srisatit, T., Kiratiprayoon, S., Yoshimura, J., Ishida, A. Shiyomi, M., Murayama, T., Chantaranothai, P., Outtaranakorn, S. and Phromma, I. (2015). Anthropogenic Effects on a Tropical Forest According to the Distance from Human Settlements. Scientific Reports, 5, 14689.
  • Srisatit, T. (2013). Identifying Arsenic Pathway Using Electrical Resistivity Survey with GIS based Flow Modeling. International Journal of Electrochemical Science, 8, 12707 – 12718.
  • Srisatit, T. (2013). Localized Profile of Arsenic in Soil and Water in the Area Around Gold Mine. Current World Environment, 8(2), 231 – 240.
  • Srisatit, T. (2012). Arsenic Contamination in Soils, Water and Plants Surrounding Gold Mine at Wangsaphung, Loei Province, Thailand. Journal of Environmental Research and Development, 6(3), 381 – 388.
  • Expert Committee on Environmental Pollution, National Environment Board of Thailand (2020 – Present).
  • Khon Dee Sri Isan Award 2019 (2019)
  • Emeritus Professor, Faculty of Engineering, Chulalongkorn University (2017)
  • Excellent Researcher, Ratchadaphisek Endowment Fund in Science and Technology, Chulalongkorn University, 1981 (1981)