Kulacha Sirikhan is a Ph.D. Candidate of urban planning, under a collaboration course conducted by the Department of Urban Engineering and The Graduate Program for Social ICT Global Creative Leaders from The University of Tokyo. She holds a Master of Urban Engineering from The University of Tokyo and Bachelor of Urban Architecture from Chulalongkorn University. She was the former urban architect for Urban Design and Development Center in Bangkok with various projects in urban regeneration and urban governance.
Her research interest covers the creation of creative cluster on emerging economies. Her current research topic is the impact of old town business relocation on urban productivity in Bangkok. She will join CEAFJP in October 2018 to March 2019 as a Visiting Researcher which she will conduct research on best-practice creative economy policy through a comparative study in France, Japan, and Thailand.
Kulacha Sirikhan (2016), "The Urban Regeneration in Bangkok", Proceeding of The 12th Conference of Asian City Planning (ACP2015), The Asian City Planning Group, City Planning Institute of Japan (CPIJ), 2016 January 15, Tokyo, Japan.
Kulacha Sirikhan (2017), "Study Relationship Between Sense of Place and Institutional Capacity in Collaborative Planning Toward Urban Regeneration in Bangkok, Thailand, Case study of Kadeejeen Community, Nangloeng Community and Luenrit Community", Proceeding of The 10th ADB–JSP Scholars’ Research Forum, Asian Development Bank, June 2017, Tokyo, Japan.
Kulacha Sirikhan (2017), "Study On the Sense of Place and Institutional Capacity in Urban Regeneration：Case study of Kadeejeen community", Proceeding of The 13th Conference of International Development and Urban Planning, December 23, Tokyo, Japan.
Kulacha Sirikhan (2017), "Study on Sense of Place and Institutional Capacity in Cultural Economy Development", Proceeding of The Conference of Asian-Pacific Planning Societies 2018, 2018 August 23-25, Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam.