Natakorn Phuksuksakul

PhD Scholar

BEng (Thammasat University), MEng Asian Institute of Technology (AIT)

Natakorn Phuksuksakul is researching the combination of real-time crash risk analysis and safety issues of Connected and Automated Vehicles (CAVs). His background is in transportation engineering, including driving simulator coding, driver behavior and statistical data analysis. He was formerly research assistant at the Asian institute of Technology and has experience in the analysis of Thai truck accidents using the Dynamic Friction Test (DFT).

DOCTORAL RESEARCH

“Safety issues of Connected and Automated Vehicles”

THESIS SUPERVISORS

Dr Shamsunnahar Yasmin, Associate Professor Shimul Haque (School of Civil & Environmental Engineering, QUT Science & Engineering Faculty)

RESEARCH INTERESTS

  • RealTime Crash Risk Analysis
  • Crash Prevention
  • Driving Simulator
  • Driving Performance
  • Driver Behavior
  • Traffic Safety
  • Intelligent Transport Systems

AWARDS AND SCHOLARSHIPS

2019 Australian Government Research Training Program (RTP) Stipend (International) & RTP Fees Offset (International)

2019 The Barbara and John Hugh Jones Prize

2017–2019 His Majesty the King’s Scholarship

2017 His Majesty the King Bhumibol Adulyadej’s Scholarship

2013–2017 Outstanding Student Awards

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

January 2018–January 2020 Research Assistant, Asian Institute of Technology