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(UNESCO / Japan Young Researchers' fellowships programme)

Hein Min Htet

Beneficiary country: 
Myanmar
Fellow: 
Hein Min Htet Myanmar Born on 29 December 1991 in Hinthada, Myanmar heinminhtetgeol@gmail.com
Country of study: 
Japan
Last degree obtained: 

M.Res (Geology) at Pathein University, Myanmar, 2017.

Scholarly work and publications: 

 “Structural Interpretation of the Pattale Area, Pinlaung Township, Southern Shan State”, in Universities Research Journal, Myanmar, Vol. 9, No. 5, pp.117-130, August 2017.

“Flood Risk Mapping Using Satellite Images and GIS Tools: A Study on Flood Analysis of Thabaung, Kangyidaunt and Pathein Area, Ayeyarwady Region, Myanmar”, in CWMD International Conference on 2019, Japan, pp. 602-611, September 2019.

 

What the fellow says :

“I gratefully acknowledge to my research advisor, Prof. Ryuji Kakimoto, Director of Center for Water Cycle, Marine Environment and Disaster Management, Kumamoto University, for his close guidance, valuable suggestions and permission to carry out the research work in his lab throughout my research program. I would like to express my special thanks to the UNESCO/Keizo Obuchi Research Fellowships Programme and the officers of UNESCO Headquarter and UNESCO Myanmar, for their various supports regarding to my research program. I would to extend my special thanks to all of the staffs and officers of Kumamoto University for their kindness and in various helps”.