I am a lecturer in the Department of Computer Science and Information Technology at Naresuan University in Phitsanulok, Thailand. My main interests are in mobile technology, particularly for education, and together with other Naresuan staff we run the Mobile Computing Lab. I also consult for a spin-off company Apptitude that designs and implements mobile apps.

Mobile Computing Lab         Apptitude Co. Ltd.

Previously I worked for Tessella plc, UK, where I spent most of my time as a consultant for ITER Organization in France, building and running project management systems. Back in 2008, I was a researcher in the EdTech Group at the University of Joensuu in Finland. I gained my PhD from the University of Warwick in 2007, having spent three years developing educational technologies using Empirical Modelling.


For recent news, take a look at the Mobile Computing Lab's news.

Much of the inspiration for my research comes from Empirical Modelling which gives a refreshing alternative perspective on computing, as developed by Meurig Beynon and Steve Russ at University of Warwick.

I also write programs to analyse pions and kaons over at the High Energy Physics Group (Department of Physics).

Link to my old research page at University of Warwick.


CSIT, Naresuan University:

Special sessions:

Take a look at my timetable on NU's reg system.

Project students: check out the latest list of project ideas for 2012/2013.

Recent publications