Kaing Sainglong

Lecturer - Researcher

Institute of Technology of Cambodia,

PO Box 86, Russian Conf. Blvd.
Phnom Penh, Cambodia.

+855 (0)23 880 370


Institute of Technology of Cambodia

Current Scientific Activity


My current research is applying remote sensing and GIS for archeology in Siem Reap province, Cambodia. As a survey engineer, my core research interest is about GNSS receiver development and applications. I have graduated my master degree in remote sensing at Asian Institute of Technology (AIT) under the supervision of Ass. Prof. Dr. Masahiko Nagai. I am also interested in climate change, water resources and quality, earth monitoring.

Summary of Professional Achievments 

I have completed a research during my master degree at AIT on a topic of mapping of groundwater potential zones using AHP model with geo-spatial data in Banteay Meanchey Province, Cambodia. I have completed several consultant projects such as static and RTK surveys by GNSS receivers and computation.

Mobility across Thematic Areas

Mapping groundwater potential zones, AHP modeling, geospatial technology, EIA, water resources, GNSS receiver, topographic survey, hydrographic survey, remote sensing, GIS, Total Station, leveling machine, technology and innovation, drawing, photogrammetry.

Geographic Mobility

Vietnam, Thaïland, Malaysia, Japan, Taiwan, China