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Winukul Ekbordin

Assistant Professor

Environmental Engineering and Management (EEM)
Asian Institute of Technology (AIT)

Khlong Luang, Pathumthani 12120
Thailand

+66 (02) 524 5648

Location

Thailand
Asian Institute of Technology (AIT)

Current Scientific Activity

 

Ekbordin Winijkul, is an assistant professor in the Department of Energy, Environment, and Climate Change at AIT. He received his PhD in environmental engineering from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in 2015 and Master of Engineering from AIT in 2002. His research interests are emission inventory and inverse model, air pollution modeling and air pollution monitoring and control. He has experiences in working with different research institutes in Southeast Asia, Europe, and USA. His recent research has focused on the effects of short-lived climate pollutants (i.e. black carbon) on the glaciers over the Himalayan region.

Summary of Professional Achievments 

  • Jan 2017 – Current Assistant Professor, Asian Institute of Technology (Thailand)
  • Jun 2016 – Dec 2016 Emission Scientist, Atmospheric and Environmental Research, Inc. (USA)
  • Jun 2013 – Jun 2015 Assistant Environmental Engineer, Argonne National Laboratory (USA)
  • Jun 2009 – Aug 2009 Summer Scientist, International Institute of Applied System Analysis (Austria)
  • Aug 2006 – May 2013 Graduate Research Associate, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign (USA)
  • Aug 2003 – Aug 2006 Contractor/DIESEL Project Coordinator, USAID/PCD (Thailand)
  • Sep 2002 – Aug 2003 Research Assistant, Asian Institute of Technology (Thailand)

Mobility across Thematic Areas

Emission inventory, air pollution engineering and control, air pollution modeling, short lived climate forcing pollutants, climate change, residential emission, air pollution and synoptic patterns, traffic emission and controls, cloud-based air quality modeling and emission inventory systems, Geoinformatic System (GIS)

Geographic Mobility

Thailand – United States – Austria – Belgium – Germany – Phillipines – India – Japan – Korea