1. Modelling extreme sea levels due to sea level rise (SLR) and storm surge along the Bangladesh coast

Bangladesh is not one of the most vulnerable countries any more but the most vulnerable country to SLR in the world! In this collaborative research project with IDEC, Hiroshima University (HU), we conducted the following sub-researches

  • 1) Extreme sea level prediction due to SLR and storm surge in near future, 2050 and 2080. (Dr. Han Soo Lee) => Result
  • 2) Impacts assessment and adaptation measures in coastal infrastructure including the transportation network in coastal zone. (Prof. Zhang and Dr. Lu)
  • 3) Flood mapping and impacts assessment and adaptation measures in agricultural sectors in Bangladesh. (Dr. Kawamura and Dr. Tran)
  • 4) Economical assessment of the climate impacts in the coastal zone, Bangladesh (Prof. Kaneko)

2. Tide-Tsunami interaction in the Seto Inland Sea

Tides and tidal currents are significant factors in the coastal environment of the Seto Inland Sea. The tsunami hazards in the Seto Inland Sea is anticipated in the near future due to the potential Nankai Trough earthquakes. Therefore, it is important and has to be investigated that how the tides and strong tidal currents in flood and ebb tides affect on tsunami propagations in the Seto Inland Sea.

3. Wastewater Treatment in Vientiane, Laos, and in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia

4. Flood Hazards Mapping and Risk Assessment in Davao Oriental, Philippines

5. Quantitative Assessment of Wind Energy Resources using WRF modelling in Philippine

Wind energy resources are estimated for all over the Philippines by using meso-scale meteorological model WRF.

6. Watershed modelling with SWAT for sustainable water resource management in Mindanao River basin, and estimation of hydropower potential

7. Use of Tweet messages for post-disaster damage assessment and recovery

8. Evaluation of marine surface winds of CMIP6, and wave climate projection using the surface winds of CMIP6

9. Prediction of renewable energy curtailment in Kyushu and its countermeasure

10. Impacts of tides on tsunami propagation over the East Asian marginal seas

11. Load forecasting in KZN in South Africa

12. Sustainable water resource management in Afganistan by hydrological modelling using SWAT

13. Assessment of applying new technologies to Vietnam central transmission system using iterative methods with programs developed on Matlab

14. Offshore wind energy resource estimation in Cambodia

15. Electricity demand forecasting in Cambodia with improved CEEMDAN and ANN