Following Honorary NSEG Invited Speakers are already confirmed in HEGC-I.


Prof. San-Shyan Lin  

National Taiwan Ocean University, Taiwan 

Axial and Lateral Behavior of Drilled Shafts Interpreted Using Instrumented Full-Scale Field Loading Tests Data


Prof. Fauziah Ahmad

University Sains Malaysia, Malaysia

Slope Failure Due To Effect of Damrey Thypoon Surrounding Penang Island


Prof. Naoki Suemasa

Tokyo City University, Japan

Application of screw driving sounding and sd-sampler to assess soil properties


Prof. R. Shivashankar

National Institute of Technology Karnataka, Surathkal, India        

Slope stability problems in coastal Karnataka, India


Prof. Panich Voottipruex      

King Mongkut’s University of Technology, Thailand          


Prof. Satoshi Murakami        

Fukuoka University, Japan   

Utilization of Geotechnical Information for Regional Disaster Resilience

Prof. Tatsuya Koumoto         

Saga University, Japan         

Compressive Strength Characteristics of Geopolymers using Industrial By-products Such as Fly Ash, Steel Slags and Garbage Melting Furnace Slags


Prof. Kiyoshi Omine 

Nagasaki University, Japan  

In-situ strength estimation of natural slope by simple testing method


Prof. Keiko Kitagawa

Seitoku University, Japan     

Disaster Preparedness for Vulnerability Reduce in Disaster-Prone Countries in Asia


Prof. Nar Bikram Thapa       

Lumbini Buddhist University, Nepal

Assessment of Reconstruction work in Gorkha District, Nepal: A community Perspective in Disaster Risk Management after Gorkha Earthquake 2015


Prof. Koichiro Ohgushi        

Saga University, Japan  

Characteristics of Each Sub-Basin and Influence Factors of the 2017 Northern Kyushu Torrential Rain Disaster using GIS       


Prof. Dr. Christian Zangerl

Department of Civil Engineering and Natural Hazards, Institute of Applied Geology, University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna, Austria.

Process analyses, investigation, monitoring and numerical modeling of deep-seated rock slides in metamorphic rock masses


Prof. Masayuki Hyodo and Shigeyoshi Takahashi

Yamaguchi University/ Asahi Techno, Co. Ltd.

Lowering the ground water level and prevention of landslide due to vacuum propagation by Super Well Point Method


Dr. Pawinee Iamtrakul          

Thammasart University, Thailand  

Smart Campus Town Planning


Dr. Prachand Man Pradhan  

Kathmandu University          

Experimental study on  Bamboo Panel in Kathmandu University


Dr. Michael Whitworth        


Implementing the Sendai Framework in developing countries using remote sensing techniques for
the evaluation of natural hazards.


Dr. Uttam Babu Shrestha

University of Southern Queensland, Australia