Prudsamon Kammasorn  
Nationality: Thai
Architect

Research theme
An application of technique in CFD simulation for building performance in naturally ventilated buildings

Keywords
Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD), indoor environment, thermal comfort, ventilation control

Academic
2014     Ph.D. student, Department of Architecture, Graduate school of engineering, The University of Tokyo (Japan)
2007     EMDiReB European master in Diagnosis and Repair of Buildings in University of Seville (Spain), and University of Reggio di Calabria (Italy) (Award Full Erasmus Mundus Scholarship)
2005    B.Arch (Architecture), Department of Architecture, Faculty of Architecture, Chulalongkorn University (Thailand)

Publication and Conference
2014 P.Kammasorn, Hidden culture at home, Thai traditional vernacular housing and development using CFD simulation for natural ventilated building and surroundings, theme in Socio-cultural sustainability: cultural ecology of vernacular housing, ISVS-7 international conference, Istanbul, Turkey (Presented and Published)
2004 Article in sustainability design and workshop in rural development in Chiang Mai, Thailand

Awards in Design competition
2015   Build New York Live, award winners for Best use of BIM for Sustainability or Constructability.  A collaboration of University of Tokyo and Tokyo University of Science
2014  Awarded Tokyo-metro design competition in indoor environment of train station and platform in Ginza business areas; Akasaka Mitsuke, Tameike san no, Shimbashi in energy concern and thermal comfort, Japan
2013  Awarded EPPO Energy conservation design competition in office building, Ministry of Energy, Thailand