Dr. Winyu Chinthammit

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Dr. Winyu Chinthammit

Lecturer
B.S., M.S, Ph.D.

Phone: +61 3 6324 3975
Fax: +61 3 6324 3368
Office: V144, School of Computing and Information Systems Building, Newnham Campus
Email:


Dr. Chinthammit in 2007 graduated from the HIT Lab US at University of Washington in Seattle. His PhD research was in a positioning tracking system for augmented reality applications, particularly for use in Augmented Reality (AR) applications in extreme conditions. His work in his dissertation was awarded a "Best Paper Award" at the IEEE VR 2002 conference and 1 US patent. He currently holds two US patents and a number of top-tier international conferences and journal (Citations on Google Scholar). Dr. Chinthammit has also industrial experiences working with two high-tech start-up companies (bioengineering and photonic) in 2006-2007. In late 2007, he joined the Information and Computer Science department at the University of Hawaii at Manoa as a researcher specialising in AR, before he relocated to Tasmania, Australia to join the newly established HIT Lab Australia in August 2009. Since joining the HIT Lab AU in August 2009, his research interests have expanded to 3D interaction, AR application design, Interactive Surface and User Interface Design.


International Conference involvement:


Technical Review:

  • ISMAR 2008-2014
  • CHI 2011,2012, 2014
  • TEI 2012, 2013
  • BHCI 2013
  • IEEE VR 2014
  • Master Thesis External Reviewer (Sept 2013)
  • Ergonomics (Nov 2013)
  • BioMed Research International journal (Hindawi Publishing) (March 2014)
  • IEEE/ASME Transactions on Mechatronics (April 2014)
  • Computers & Graphics (Elsevier) (April 2014)
  • OzCHI 2014


PhD student supervision:

  • Mark Brown - "The Role of Tangible User Interface for Comprehension of Dynamics of Natural Resources"
  • Steven Neale - "Mixed Reality Interfaces for Digital Museums"


Current Projects:

  • iFiction -Literature and multimodal authoring: mobile technology, new media and literary creativity in English teaching
  • Ghostman -AR TeleRehabilitation system
  • Magic Map - AR Visualization with Sensor Network data


Research and Grant Portfolio:


Past student supervision:



Teaching Unit (part of HIT teaching program):

Semester 1

  • KXH 141/ 541 Virtual Reality Technology
  • KXH 343/ 647 Designing Virtual Worlds
  • KXH 341/ 645 Immersive Worlds Project A (project)
  • KXH 741 Advanced Project A (project, post-graduate)

Semester 2

  • KXH 142/ 542 Augmented Reality Technology
  • KXH 342/ 646 Immersive Worlds Project B (project)
  • KXH 742 Advanced Project B (project, post-graduate)

Past unit

  • KXH 241/ 543 User Interface Design