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หน้าหลัก ตารางนำเสนอ คณะกรรมการ ผู้นำเสนอ1 ผู้นำเสนอ2 ที่มาและความสำคัญ ลงทะเบียน
Dr Kanitta Bundhamcharoen from the Bureau of Policy and Strategy in the Ministry of Public Health will open the seminar and introduce the keynote speaker, Khunying Pornthip Rojanasunan, and the scientists chairing the sessions on day 1. An important goal of her Ministry is to build capacity among Thai health professionals including biostatisticians and epidemiologists to improve the quality of cause-of-death data recorded at registration in Thailand. The first two sessions will thus be concerned with achieving this goal.
Prof Bandit Thinkhamrop from Khon Kaen University's Biostatistics/Demogaphy Department in its Faculty of Public Health will chair the
pre-lunch session on public health.
The post-lunch session on public health issues will be chaired by Dr Virasakdi Chongsuvivatwong, Emeritus Professor in the Epidemiology Unit in the Faculty of Medicine at Prince of Songkla University.
Prof Jirapa Vitayapirak from the Department of Languages and Social Science at King Mongkut Institute of Technology's Industrial Education Faculty will introduce the scientists chairing the the sessions focusing on Climate Change, Land-Use and Aquatic Biology. She will also moderate discussion in the final session, in which Emeritus Professor Don McNeil will give practical examples of how appropriate Research Methodology (particularly Factor Analysis and Linear Regression Modeling) underlies best-practice scientific research.
Dr Wattana Kanbua, Director
of the Marine Meteorological Center in the Thai Meteorological Department, will chair the final session on Thursday, focusing on Climate Change.
The opening session on Friday will focus on modeling and forecasting land-use in Thailand, and will be chaired by Prof Niramon Sutummakid from the Department of Economics at Thammasat University.
Friday's pre-lunch session will be chaired by Dr Sarawuth Chesoh from the Department of Fisheries. This session will focus on graphical methods for analysing aquatic and marine ecosystems.
In the final session on Friday afternoon, seminar participants will be invited to join a discussion of the role of Research Methodology in research studies aimed at tackling the most important problems Thailand faces in the 21st century.
Dept of Mathematics & Computer Science, Faculty of Science & Technology, PSU
Dept of Languages & Social Science, Faculty of Industrial Education, KMIT
Last updated: February 7, 2013