National Society for Earthquake Technology-Nepal (NSET)
Disaster Preparedness & Emergency Response (DPER).
Block P, Road CR-13, House 65, Sainbu Awas, Bhainsepati, Lalitpur Metropolitan City-25, Nepal.
NSET's Disaster Preparedness and Emergency Response Division develops concepts and imparts skills and knowledge to enhance disaster preparedness and emergency response capacity in institutions and the community.
Director, Disaster Preparedness and Emergency Response
Deputy Executive Director
Practical Action South Asia Office
Indira House, House No.1114 Panipokhari Hill, Kathmandu Nepal.
Thematic lead - Disaster Risk Reduction
Southasia Institute of Advanced Studies (SIAS)
NK Singh Marga-306, Min Bhawan-34, Baneshwor, Kathmandu, Nepal.
Southasia Institute of Advanced Studies (SIAS) is a research institute aspiring to become the ‘Centre of Excellence’ in South Asia led by a vibrant team of academics and researchers of national and international repute. It was established in 2011 as a platform for advanced research, policy engagement and scholarly exchange, with a thematic focus on environment and climate change, democracy and governance, disaster risk management, urban resilience etc.
Chairperson of Board of Directors
Tribhuvan University - Institute of Engineering
TU Rd, Kirtipur 44618, Nepal.
The Mission of the Institute of Engineering is to provide quality engineering education and research in the frontier engineering areas relevant primarily to nation.
Director - Center for Disaster Studies
Assistant Professor of Engineering Geology
Professor of Renewable Energy Applications and Development
Professor of Urban Planning and Deputy Director of Centre for Disaster Studies
University of Edinburgh - School of Geosciences
The King's Buildings, James Hutton Road, Edinburgh EH9 3FE.
The largest and most successful interdisciplinary grouping of geoscientists and geographers in the UK, with a growing and cosmopolitan academic and research staff of more than 300 academic and research staff; more than 100 non-academic staff; around 470 postgraduates (half of whom are on taught masters courses), and over 1,100 undergraduates.
Principal Investigator; Chair in Natural Hazards Science; Co-Director
Professor, Seismology & Rock Physics
Professor of Surface Geodynamics
Senior Lecturer in Remote Sensing of the Cryosphere
Senior Lecturer in Geomorphology
Professor of Earth Surface Processes
Knowledge Exchange and Monitoring Specialist