On Friday, Feb. 25th, 2022, a joint online workshop was held
with Thammasat University, a traditional comprehensive university in Thailand. It is well known as a faculty of engineering with international programs where excellent students from all over the world study.
Opening Remarks & Presentations
The joint workshop started with opening remarks by Professor Kazuhiro Notomi, Dean of the Faculty of Information Technology, and Professor Pruettha Nanakorn, Dean of SIIT, followed by two key note lectures by Professor Thanaruk Theeramunkong at SIIT, and Professor Kosuke Takano, Department of Information Engineering at KAIT, and presentations by students about the following five research.
Student presentations introduced cutting-edge research efforts in artificial intelligence, AI, applications of AI to robotics, and art works through 3D printing. The presentations in English were also excellent, and provided a very meaningful opportunity for students to share their research with each other.
Tip-aroon Kiawkaew (SIIT) : “A Unification-Based Knowledge Graph Construction for Thai Profile Generation from Online Resources”
Anuwat Chaiwongyen (SIIT) : “Replay Attack Detection in Automatic Speaker Verification Based on ResNeWt18 with Linear Frequency Cepstral Coefficients”
Ying Hongda応洪達 (KAIT) : “A Recommendation Method for Social Media Users based on a Sentiment” Analysis Model”
Akira Anzai安齋明良 、Yujin Sugimoto杉本友迅 (KAIT) : “Interactive Training Systems for Face Expression and Eye Movements”
Koichi Onuki大貫 光一、Noriko Omori大森典子 (KAIT) : “A trial of 3DCG and 3D Printing for Universal Museums”
Special Thanks to SIIT
We would like to take this opportunity to thank Professor Thanaruk Theeramunkong and Associate Professor Waree Kongprawechnon of SIIT for their efforts in organizing the joint workshop, and Siri-on Umarin, Thanyamon Pattanapisont, and other SIIT students and faculty of KAIT for their preparation and moderation.