What I’ve Learned
PH.D. IN OCEANOGRAPHY (in progress)
TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY
August 2018 - Recent
Dissertation: Long-term Evolution of Global Cenozoic Sea Surface Temperature: An Evidence from Lipid Biomarker Paleothermometry (tentative)
Advisor: Assistant Professor Yige Zhang, Ph.D.
M.S. IN PETROLEUM GEOSCIENCE
July 2015 - July 2016
Distinction: Conduct the first geological assessment of mercury-contaminated produced hydrocarbon in the Gulf of Thailand with multi-disciplinary data including C-O isotopic analysis in siliciclastic cuttings
Thesis: Potential sources of mercury in southern Pattani Basin, the Gulf of Thailand
Advisor: Professor John Warren, Ph.D.
B.S. IN GEOLOGY
July 2009 - May 2013
Distinction: Champion of The Hitachi Trophy 2013 Senior Project Competition (Physical Sciences), April 2013
Senior Thesis: Quantification of tsunami magnitude from sedimentation modeling of re-occurring Indian Ocean tsunamiites at Phra Thong Island, Phang Nga, Thailand
Advisor: Kruawun Jankaew, Ph.D.