to contribute to theoretical understandings with practical implications concerned with technical, organizational, social and strategic issues.
focus on issues concerned with the development of ICT in the context of Thailand.
The Research has theoretical and practical oucomes and uses positivist and interpretivise researcg methodologies and quantitative and qualitative methods. The research outputs are targeted for international and natinal audiences and focus on peer reviewed journal and conference articles.
Academic staff from the Department of Information Technology, the Deparment of Technology Management, and the Department of Business Data Analysis in the Faculty of Science and Technology:
Prof. Dr. Graham Winley (Director)
Assoc. Prof. Boonlert Watjatrakul
Dr. Chokdee Liophanich
A. Jarukit Lertbantanawong
Dr. Jittima Wongwuttiwat
Asst. Prof. Dr. Supavadee Nontakao
A. Tanawat Ruangtebrat
Asst. Prof. Dr. Thotsapon Sortrakul
Dr. Tibrat Sangroengrob
Asst. Prof. Titida Nochai
Associate members include those who have completed or are currnetly registered for the Doctor of Philosophy in Information Technology program whose advisers are academic staff members of the laboratory.
Current Research Topics
Mathematical modelling; Heuristic and hyper-heuristics approaches to scheduling; Organizational and professional IS issues (Prof. Dr. G. Winley)
Information systems effectivenes/ success (Asst. Prof. Dr. S. Nontakao)
Content-Based Image Retrieval; intelligent Search Engine and Search Engine Optimization (SEO; Knowledge Management and Business Intelligent; Learning Management System Framework and e-Learning; Pattern Recognition and Machine Intelligent (Asst. Prof. Dr. T. Sortrakul)
Attitudes toward using communication technologies in educaiton; a comparison of email and SMS; Application of a business strategy (students-as-customers) in technology education ( Assoc. Prof. B. watjatrakul)
Knowledge Extraction Systems (Dr. C. Liphanich)
Information Systems professional knowledge, skill, and education (Dr. J. Wongwuttiwat)
Agile principles and methods for systems development (J. Lertbantanawong)
Factors impacting information technology strategic planning (A. Tanawat Ruangtebrat)
Rigas, P., Winley, G.K. (2007) “Factors Related to Turnover Rates among Information Systems Professionals in Thailand”, Third National Conference on Computing and Information Technology (NCCIT’07), 25-26 May, Bangkok, p. 6.
Rigas, P., Winley, G.K. (2007) “Determinants of Turnover Intentions among IT Professionals in Thailand”, Second International Conference on Advances in Information Technology (IAIT 2007), Bangkok, Thailand, 1-2 November, p. 9.
Tin Win, D. (2007) “The IBM BlueGene (Supercomputer) Project - Capability in Science Applications (Molecular Dynamics and Protein Folding)”, AU Journal of Technology, 10 (4), 237-247. Tin Win, D. (2007) “Zeolites - Earliest Solid State Acids”, AU Journal of Technology, 11(1), 36-41.
Watjatrakul, B. and Barikdar, A. L. (2007) “E-service in Education: The Influences of Media Richness, Social Presence, Privacy and Technology Acceptance Model on Email Adoption”, Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on E-business, Bangkok.
Winley, G.K. (2007) “The Logistic Model of Growth”, AU Journal of Technology, 11(2), 99-104. Winley, G.K., Arjpru, C., Wongwuttiwat, J. (2007) “National Information Technology Policy in Thailand: A Comparison among Organizational Sectors”, Electronic Journal of Information Systems in Developing Countries, Vol. 31, 7, 1-28.
Tin Win, D. (2008) “MSG – Flavor Enhancer or Deadly Killer”, AU Journal of Technology, 12(1), 43-49.
Tin Win, D. (2008) “Kamma and Chaos Theory (Complexity Science), ABAC Journal, 71, 80, 28/3.
Ueungwetwanit, T., Meechai, A., Jongjaroenprasert, W., Ongphiphadhanakul, B., Lertbantanawong, J., Chan, J.H. (2008) “An Analytical Process for Screening Susceptibility Genes of Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus Using Pooled DNA Microarray Data,” Proceedings of The 2008 IAENG International Conference on Bioinformatics, IMECS2008, Hong Kong, China, March 19-21, 195-199.
Watjatrakul, B. (2008) “IT Strategic Outsourcing (Thai edition)”, Se-Education PCL.
Winley, G. K. (2008) “Decoupling Moment Equations for Stochastic Population Models”, Thailand Statistician, 6(2), 127-142.
Winley, G. K. (2008) “An Age and Position Dependent Model for the Growth of a Column of Cells”, Thailand Statistician, 6(2), 193-211.
Wongwuttiwat, J., Arjpru, C., Winley, G.K. (2008) “Information Technologies in Thailand: An Organizational Perspective”, International Journal of Information Technology and Management, Vol. 7, No. 3, 244-263.
Denphaisorn, N., Sortrakul, T. (2009) “The Evolution of Instructional Deign Model for E-learning”, International Journal of the Computer, the Internet and Management, 17. SP2 (December): 24.1.
Nakachin, W., Ruangtebrat, T. (2009) “The Comparative Study of Internet Infrastructure Investment between WiMAX and 3G to Support Oncoming Growth of eLearning in Thailand”, International Journal of the Computer, the Internet and Management, 17. SP2 (December): 42.1.
Prompattanapakdee, S. (2009) “The Adoption and Use of Personal Internet Banking Services in Thailand”, Electronic Journal of Information Systems in Developing Countries, Vol. 37, 6, 1-31.
Rigas, P. (2009) “A Model of Turnover Intention Among Technically-Oriented Information Systems Professionals”, Information Resources Management Journal, Vol. 22, 1, pp.1-23. and Information Science (Springer), 55, 2009, 191-201.
Ruangtebrat, T., Nguyen, T.D. (2009) “Causal Relationships between Technology Stock Price and Macroeconomic Variables: The Case Study of USA, EU, Japan, and Thailand Stock Market”, Proceedings of IEEE Celebrating 125 Years of Engineering the Future, 26-27 November, Bangkok.
Sortrakul, T., Tharachatr, W. (2009) “Efficient Bitstream Compression using Historical-Based Grouping and Size-Based Coding Rearrangement”, Proceedings of IEEE Celebrating 125 Years of Engineering the Future, 26-27 November, Bangkok.
Sortrakul, T., Denphaisarn, N. (2009) “AIDE-Adaptive Instructional Design Model for E-learning”, Proceedings of IEEE Celebrating 125 Years of Engineering the Future, 26-27 November, Bangkok.
Sortrakul, T., Eksathit, C. (2009) “Search Engine Optimization (SEO) with Google”, International Journal of the Computer, the Internet and Management, 17. SP2 (December): 24.1.
Watjatrakul, B. (2009) “Using the Students-as-Customers Concept in Technology Disciplines: Students' Perspectives”, Proceedings of World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology, Hong Kong. (Presented in the International Conference on Information and Communications Technologies: ICICT 2009). Selected for publication in The International Journal of Behavioral, Cognitive, Educational and Psychological sciences 2(1), 2010, 1-5.
Watjatrakul, B. and Barikdar, L.A. (2009) "Attitudes toward Using Communication Technologies in Education: A Comparative Study of Email and SMS, "Proceedings of International Conference on Advances in Information Technology, Communications in Computer and Information Science (Springer), 55, 191-201.
Wongwuttiwat, J. (2009) “The Nature and Structure of the Information Systems Profession in Thailand”, Electronic Journal of Information Systems in Developing Countries, Vol. 39, 5.
Prasitratanaporn, T. (2010) “Information Overload Among Professionals in Thailand”, Journal of Information Technology Impact, Vol.10, 3, 171-200.
Rattadilok, P. (2010) “An Investigation and Extension of a Hyper-heuristic Framework”, Informatica, Vol.34, 4, 523-534.
Watjatrakul, B. (2010) "Attitudes toward Student-Customer Concept: Educational Level, Institution Status and Interdisciplinary Studies", Proceedings of International Conference on Society and Information Technologies, Orlando, USA, 6-9 April, 324-329.
Watjatrakul, B. (2010) "Using Student-Customer Concept in Higher Education: Attitudes and Consequences", Proceedings of 24th Inter-University Conference on Higher Education: Engaging the Knowledge Economy, NIDA, Bangkok, 5 February.
Winley, G.K. (2010) “An Integral Equation Model for a Binary Fission Process”, Thailand Statistician, 8(1), 17-45.
Winley, G.K. (2010) “Research on Information and Communication Technology in Thailand”, IFIP Working Group 9.4 Newsletter on Social Implications of Computers in Developing Countries, February, Center for Electronic Governance, Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad.
Dissamarn, P., (2011) “Forwarding Content in Online Social Environments”, Journal of Information Technology Impact, 11(3), 183-210.
Winley, G.K., (2011) “An Investigation of the Logistic Model of Population Growth”, Thailand Statistician, Vol. 9(1), 65-75.
Winley, G.K., (2011) “Factors Associated with the Use of Personal Internet Banking in Thailand”, Journal of Electronic Commerce in Organizations, Vol. 9(2), 15-40.
Tantisajjatham, P., (2012) “An Effective Model for Successful IT Professionals in Thailand”, Electronic Journal of Information Systems in Developing Countries, Vol.52.
Winley, G.K. and Wongwuttiwat, J. (2012) “The Structure of the Information Technology Profession: A Comparison Among Organizational Sectors in Thailand”, Electronic Journal of Information Systems in Developing Countries, Vol.51.