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Empirical Modelling in Thailand

Dr Krisana Chinnasarn (the main conference organiser on the left), Dr Steve Russ and three Warwick PhD’s (on the right)

The 3rd International Conference on Knowledge and Smart Technologies was held at Burapha University, Thailand on 8th - 10th July. One of the keynote lectures was given by Steve Russ (Knowing and Computing) and the conference was preceded by a day-long workshop on Introduction to Empirical Modelling. The workshop was led by two former PhD students from Warwick Jaratsri Rungrattanaubol and Antony Harfield now both lecturing at Naresuan University, Thailand. The Dean of the Faculty of Informatics at Burapha is Dr Suwanna Rasmequan who also gained her PhD from the Empirical Modelling research group at Warwick.

The main picture shows these three Warwick PhD’s (on the right) with Dr Krisana Chinnasarn (the main conference organiser). Following the conference Steve gave lectures and presentations at Chulalongkorn University, Thammasat University, Sirindhorn Institute of Technology, Naresuan University and the British Chamber of Commerce in Bangkok. A further workshop on Empirical Modelling is planned in Thailand for November 2011.

Empirical Modelling in Thailand Antony Harfield Research students at Burapha who helped organise the conference

The image on the left above shows some of the participants at the workshop Introduction to Empirical Modelling held on the day before the KST conference. The centre image show Dr Antony Harfield at the KST conference. The rightmost image shows some of the research students in Informatics at Burapha.

Thu 21 Jul 2011, 17:59 | Tags: People Conferences