Lecturer/Researcher 2020-2021

CHHUON Kong, Ph.D. (ឈួន គង់)
Dean of Faculty HRE Lecturer/Researcher Hydrology and Environmental Hydraulics
Dr. CHHUON Kong graduated Ph.D. in Environmental Engineering from the University of the Philippines-Diliman and Tokyo Institute of Technology-Japan in 2016. He did an assessment on the carrying capacity of available water resources to meet the demands for people, agriculture, energy development, and environmental protection within the watershed approach in Cambodia. He got a Master’s degree in Environmental Geology from Gadjah Mada University in Indonesia. His research interest is environmental hydrology. Aside from his interests in open water environments, he is also joining the research project on climate change, watershed hydrology, and water resources engineering. Dr. Kong is an alumnus of the ASEAN Science and Technology Fellowship program which he was working on climate change issues. Mobile: +855 (0) 10 957 037 Email: chhuon.k@itc.edu.kh or chhuon.k@gmail.com
BUN Saret, Ph.D. (ប៊ុន សារ៉េត)
Head of Laboratory Lecturer/Researcher Water and Environmental Engineering
Saret Bun holds his M.Eng. and Ph.D. in Environmental Engineering from Chulalongkorn University and The University of Tokyo under AUN/SEED-Net (JICA) scholarship, an Engineer’s Degree in Water Resources Engineering from Institut de Technologie du Cambodge (ITC). His current research interests are water/wastewater treatment by physicochemical processes, oxygen mass transfer for environmental engineering applications, and groundwater use and treatment. Mobile: +855 (0) 68-721111 Email: saret_bun@yahoo.com / saret@itc.edu.kh
CHAN Ratboren, M.Eng, (ចាន់ រ័ត្នបូរ៉ែន)
Lecturer/Researcher Water and Environmental Engineering
Ratboren earned his Master's degree in Engineering in Environmental Engineering from Kasetsart University in Thailand under the AUN/SEED-net Scholarship 2018-2020. In 2018, he achieved a Bachelor of Water resource and Infrastructure Engineering from the Institute of Technology of Cambodia. His scientific interests include wastewater treatment processes and development, Membrane technology, pollutant load assessment from point and non-point sources.​ Mobile: +855 93 628 124/ 78 5364 17 Email: ratboren.chan@itc.edu.kh/ratboren@gmail.com
ANN Vannak, Ph.D. (អាន វណ្ណៈ)
Vice Dean of Faculty Senior Lecturer/Researcher Hydrology, GIS/Remote Sensing, Fluid mechanics, and Soil science
Vannak ANN is an eco-hydrologist holding a PhD in Water Science and Technology from Universitat de Girona, Spain. For his doctoral research, Dr. Ann focused mainly on sediment physical characteristics affecting biogeochemical processes in the riverbed - especially, the biofilm biomass and enzymatic activity in hyporheic zones. He completed a Master (DEA, in French) in Agricultural Sciences and Biological Engineering from Faculté universitaire des Sciences agronomiques de Gembloux, Belgium - in 2009, it was merged with the University of Liège and was renamed to Gembloux Agro-Bio Tech; and a Degree/Diploma (the 5 years French education system) in Rural Engineering from Institut de Technologie du Cambodge, Cambodia. At present, the main focus of his research is the application of statistics and machine learning techniques: 1) to ascertain, especially in the context of multi-stressors, the relationships between water-soil-plant and microorganisms (e.g., bacterial structure and biodiversity functioning in soil and water) together with ecosystem components in the Tonle Sap Lake of Cambodia as well as 2) to try and predict what may happen to those microorganisms in the future. And also, he is interested in modeling hydrological processes (in a river basin) and climate change-related topics.
CHAN Rathborey, Ph.D, (ចាន់ រ័ត្នបូរី)
Lecturer/Researcher Water and Environmental Engineering​ Under the AUN/SEED-net Scholarship
CHAN Rathborey earned his Doctoral in Environmental Engineering from Kasetsart University in Thailand and Tokyo Institute of Technology in Japan in 2021. In 2017, he holds a Master of Environmental Engineering from Kasetsart University in Thailand, and in 2015, he achieved a Bachelor of Rural and Infrastructure Engineering from the Institute of Technology of Cambodia. His scientific interests include wastewater treatment processes and development, solid waste management and engineering, and modeling the flow of micropollutants in the river. Mobile: +855 93 628 095 Email: chanrathborey@itc.edu.kh
CHHIN Rattana, Ph.D (ឈិន រតនា)
Lecture/Researcher Climante change
Dr. CHHIN Rattana was born on 06th of May, 1988 in Kandal province, near capital city of Cambodia. After finishing high school in 2008, he continued his study at Institute of Technology of Cambodia (ITC), Cambodia, majoring in water resources and rural infrastructural engineering. In 2013, he obtained a scholarship under sponsorship of AUN/SEED-Net program to pursue his master degree in the field of meteorology and natural disaster in Earth Science Study Program, Faculty of Earth Science and Technology, Institut Teknologi Bandung (ITB), Indonesia. In 2016, he continued his PhD degree and join research laboratory in Atmospheric Physics, Department of Geophysics, Graduate School of Science, Kyoto University, Japan, under financial support of AUN/SEED-Net program. He successfully graduated his PhD degree with specialization in meteorology, hydrometeorology, and climate change in 2019. He then obtained a position as postdoctoral research fellow in Kyoto University under the project “Stratosphere-Troposphere Dynamical Coupling in the Tropic” until March 2020. Currently, Dr. Rattana is a Lecturer-Researcher at Institute of Technology of Cambodia, Cambodia. He has plenty of experiences in the field of water and environment including water resource management, hydrological modeling, climate variability, detection and attribution of climate change, disaster risk assessment, climate change impact assessment and adaptation