Collaborating Center for Clean Air and Climate Change (CCCACC)

Faculty of Public Health, Thammasat University, Thailand


Developing and sharing a robust science-to-policy framework through conducting advanced experimental atmospheric research for local and regional policy implications

Collaborating Center

Connecting and expanding multidisciplinary research partners and various socio-economic stakeholders for better improving clean air and strengthening local to regional climate actions

Clean Air

Promoting the right to breathe clean air by reducing air pollutant emissions at their origins and preventing community exposure as a whole through multidisciplinary research

Climate Change

Scientifically understanding climate change feedback on local air quality with the integration of climate change coping and adaptation for promoting good health and well-being

About Us

The CCCACC has been initiated by a group of faculty members within the Faculty of Public Health, Thammasat University (FPH-TU) who are involved in teaching and research on air pollution and climate change courses.

It aims at a regional collaborating hub for clean air and climate change research center delivering key scientific messages for promoting good health and well-being in Southeast Asia and beyond.

Our Visions and Goals

  • Collaborating key partners for scientifically conducting clean air and climate change research
  • Developing and delivering key scientific information for holistically supporting policy making processes
  • Building effective capacity of the community driven by the emphasized power of next-generation young scientists and graduates

Faculty Members

Research Students




Faculty Members

Dr.Supat Wangwongwattana

Specialist Lecturer

Dr.Sasitorn Taptagaporn

Associate Professor, Dean
Advisor to the Head

Dr.Twisuk Punpeng

Advisor to the Dean
Advisor to the Head

Aj.Sompoke Kingkaew


Dr.Thongchai Kanabkaew

Assistant Professor

Dr.Pantitcha Thanatrakonsri

Assistant Professor

Current Projects

On-going projects

Development of near real-time emission inventory and PM2.5 air quality forecasting system for Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) 2022-2023

Funding: Sithiphorn Associates Co., Ltd.
Duration: Apr 2022 - May 2023 (14 Months)
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Aj.Sompoke Kingkaew


Source apportionment of particulate matter polltion in Na Phra Lan pollution control zone, Saraburi, Thailand.

Funding: Pollution Control Department
Duration: Nov 2021 - Aug 2022 (10 Months)
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Dr.Thongchai Kanabkaew


Development of PM2.5 assimilative capacity forecasting system for effectively reducing PM2.5 emission from open burning activities at local administrative levels in Thailand

Funding: National Research Concil of Thailand
Duration: Jul 2021 - Oct 2022 (16 Months)
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Aj.Sompoke Kingkaew


Na Phra Lan Project: The study of source apportionment of PM2.5 in the pollution control zone where the complexity of emissions come from various cement manufacturing activities emitted in the complexity of topography of Saraburi Province. [Read More]

Prescribed Burning Project in Klongluang, Pathumthani where the emission from biomass open burning in the burning seasons caused serious air pollution problem not only within the city but also the nearby provinces like Bangkok. [Read More]

Bangkok Air Quality Data Center Project: Development of near real-time emission inventory system for air quality modeling and forecasting with applications of air quality remote sensing nad ground observation data platform on mobile and web application (AirBKK). [Read More]

News and Updates

CCCACC office

Working spcaes for mathematic modeling research and services on clean air and climate change

Meeting with IGES

Discussing on the development of a proposal on the next haze-free ASEAN Roadmap (2022-2030)

Meeting with ThaiHealth

Discussing on possible collaboration on air pollution health impact forecasting project with relevant partners

Field Survey at Na Phra Lan

Field visit at Na Phra Lan pollution control zone observing cement manufacturing industries and mining activities [Read More]

Meeting with NSTDA

Discussing on TARA supercomputer for air modeling project for prescribed burning system in Thailand

TU PM2.5 Monitoring Station

Observing a PM2.5 monitoring station of Thammasat University, Rangsit Campus [Real-time Dashboard]


Call To Action

Laboratory Facilities

CCCACC has high laboratory capacity of various advanced mathematic modeling and air monitoring facilities for teaching, research, and academic services.

  • All
  • Modeling
  • Monitoring

Piyachart Building


Computation Facilities

Computers and Servers

Meeting Room

Co-Working Space

Computation Servers

High Performance Computer of 152 cores for regional numerical model simulation such as WRF-chem, WRF-CAMx and GEOS-Chem

Air Sampling and Analysis Lab

Air Modeling Lab


CCCACC, Faculty of Public Health, Thammasat University (Rangsit Center)

99 Moo18, Room 507, 5th floor Piyachart Building, Khlong Nueng, Khlong Luang, Pathumthani 12121, Thailand