1) Advanced GIS Technology (AGT)
To conduct research and provide academic services in the fields of Internet, GIS, Health GIS, and Hydrologic modeling with GIS.
• Assist. Prof. Pipat Reungsang, Ph.D., ISU (USA)
• Assist. Prof. Chaiyapon Keeratikasikorn, Ph.D., CU (TH)
• Nagon Watanakij, Ph.D., CU (TH)
2) Applied Network Technology (ANT)
ANT aims on research and development including the integration of computer networking and Internet, TCP/IP, Internet of Things, mobile computing and sensor/pervasive networks, mobile agent, future and next generation wire- less and cellular networks, parallel and distributed com- puting, cloud and grid computing, protocol optimization, ad hoc networking, ubiquitous networks and smart technology including their optimization, green, performance, and security issues. Not only theoretical research, but ANT also focuses on the practical implementation to build novel knowledge that can be used to solve real-world problems such as medical, agriculture, military, and disaster.
• Assoc. Prof. Chakchai So-In, Ph.D., WUSTL (USA) IEEE/ ACM Senior Members
• Assist. Prof. Boonsup Waikham, M.Sc. USC (USA)
• Chitsutha Soomlek, Ph.D., U of R (Canada)
3) Advanced Smart Computing (ASC)
This laboratory aims to study and research on the smart technology for high performance computing which imitates the nature-inspired behaviors.
• Assist. Prof. Khamron Sunat, Ph.D., CU (TH)
• Assist. Prof. Sirapat Chiewchanwattana, Ph.D., CU (TH)
• Assist. Prof. Punyaphol Horata, Ph.D., KKU (TH)
• Nunnapus Moungmingsuk, D.Eng., KU (TH)
4) Hardware-Human Interface and Communications (H2 I-Comm)
H2 I-Comm Lab is to design, build, and evaluate tools that are user-friendly, useful, and innovative. Our intellec- tual goals are to continue to advance the fields of Internet technologies, wireless communications, cryptography and security, robotics, digital signal processing for robotics, interaction design, social computing, health information systems, mobile interfaces, and hardware implementation. The H2 I-Comm Lab focuses on interdisciplinary aspects as we work on different disciplines that deal with different sciences and interest groups in order to maximize con- structive outcomes.
• Assist. Prof. Silada Intarasothonchun , D.Eng., KMITL (TH)
• Sumontha Kasemvilas, Ph.D., CGU (USA)
• Saiyan Saiyod, D.Eng., KMITL (TH)
5) Logistic and Supply Chain (LSCL)
The main objective of this project is to conduct re- search and improve logistic and supply chain knowledge and technology, the standard of electronic information exchanging, the development of models for data manage- ment system for the exchanging of electronic information during the logistic and supply chain processes, and related technology (e.g., RFID).
• Assoc. Prof. Somjit Arch-int, Ph.D., AIT (TH)
• Rapassit Chinnapatjeeras, Ph.D., KKU (TH)
6) Machine Learning and Intelligent Systems (MLIS)
The main purpose of this project is to conduct research and build new knowledge concerning machine learning and intelligent systems as well as their applications.
• Assoc. Prof. Sartra Wongthanavasu, Ph.D., AIT (TH)
• Assist. Prof. Sunti Tintanai, M.S., NIDA (TH)
• Wachirawut Thamviset, Ph.D., KKU (TH)
7) Natural Language and Speech Processing (NLSP)
The main aims of this project are to conduct research concerning natural language and speech processing in the computer system, Machine Tanslation system, Speech Synthesis and Speech Recognition computer system, Char- acter Recognition and information searching, construction and development of working system to integrate natural language and speech processing with business work system,
and to create academic works on natural processing.
• Assist. Prof. Pusadee Seresangtakul, Ph.D., Ry dai (JP)
8) Semantic Mining and Information Integration (SMIL)
The SMIIL lab aims to coping with the heterogeneity of information systems to enable information integration, exchangeability, reusability and systems interoperability. The integrated data can then be used in qualitative process to analyze and synthesize data to extract knowledge hidden in this integrated data. The extracted knowledge can be served for further benefits of the organization. This research lab brings together multidimensional areas of research, such as, Web services, Semantic Web, Data mining, and Business Intelligence.
• Assoc. Prof. Ngamnij Arch-int, Ph.D., CU (TH)
• Assist. Prof. Wararat Songpan, Ph.D., CU (TH)
• Assist. Prof. Theerayut Thongkrau, Ph.D., KMITL (TH)
9) Ubiquitous Computing (UCL)
Ubiquitous Computing Lab works on various areas such as games, human-computer interaction, virtual reality, augmented and mixed reality, animation graphics and smart applications.
• Assist. Prof. Urachart Kokaew, Ph.D., AU (TH)
• Paweena Wanchai, Ph.D., AUT (NZ)
• Monlica Wattana, Ph.D., CU (TH)
• Apisak Patanachak, Ph.D., KKU (TH)