Three of the chess lab members made the final presentations. Congratulations on their successful presentations.
- Chreng Karodine, “Medium-term Prediction of Electricity Demand for Sustainable Energy Development in Cambodia using Improved CEEMDAN and Recurrent Neural Networks with ERA5 Reanalysis Climate Variables”
- Tuy Soklin, “Assessment of Offshore Wind Power Resource in Cambodia Using Weather Research and Forecasting (WRF) Model and Sentinel-1 Satellite Imagery and Equivalent CO₂ Reduction”
- Le Quang Khai, “Efficiency Assessment of Technologies Implementation in Vietnam Power Transmission System Using Load Flow Methods”
>> Karodine won second place in the best master thesis award. Congratulations!