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CHESS Lab Hiking

We had nice hiking and enjoy the nice weather, scenery and talks!!!

Farewell dinner

Karodine, Soklin and Khai. We hope you three have a good journey back to home countries.

Farewell to three excellent members

Three of our chess lab members successfully completed their master course and obtained their master degrees. We hope they will be back to their home countries and play very important roles in their places. Congralurations!!!

[Award] The best presentation awards at ICEER2021

It is our pleasure that two CHESS lab members, Karodine and Khai, won the best presentation awards at the 8th International Conference on Energy and Environment Research (ICEER), September 13-16, 2021. Congratulations!!! >> ICEER2021 Karodine Chreng, Han Soo Lee and…
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Presentations in the 8th ICEER (2021)

Three members of CHESS lab made presentations at the 8th International Conference on Energy and Environment Research ICEER 2021, 13-17 September 2021. >> ICEER2021 Karodine Chreng, Lee H.S.*, and Soklin Tuy. Electricity demand prediction for sustainable development in Cambodia using recurrent neural…
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Special Issue in memory of Prof. Byung Ho Choi Special Issue Information Dear Colleagues, Prof. Byung Ho Choi, a very active contributor to our coastal engineering community and promoter of our discipline, passed away on 3rd July 2020. During his long career, beginning from the late 1970, he…
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Presentations in AOGS2021

From the CHESS lab, we made six oral and poster presentations at the AOGS2021 conference. Vinayak B., Lee H.S., Gedem S. and Latha R.. Impacts of Future Urban Expansion On Urban Climate: A Case Study of Mumbai Metropolitan Region, India. Asia Oceania Geosciences Society…
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The final presentation of master thesis

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”…
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The CHESS lab wrap-up seminar for the 1st semester of 2021

Seventeen members of the CHESS lab presented summaries of their activities during the first semester of 2021. Everyone tried hard and did his/her best to achieve what they planned amid the prolonged COVID-19 situation. We will continue our best!