I am an Assistant Professor at the Computer Science and Information Management Program, Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand.  

My lab works at the intersection of neuroscience, machine learning, and human-computer interaction, primarily interested in studying applied and computational aspects of brain-computer interfaces.  I welcome students who are interested in one of these three areas: (a) machine learning and signal processing, (b) neuroscience, (c) brain application development

I am a recipient of a KAKENHI Young Scientist grant, a National Science and Technology Development Agency Toray Science grant, and a member of a JST grant project.

I received my Ph.D. and postdoc under the supervision of  Xiangshi Ren, Center for Human-Engaged Computing, Japan.

I am co-authoring work on  "Human-Engaged Computing" with Xiangshi Ren, a philosophical piece discussing the need for technologies to augment humans for a better survivability.  This provides the philosophical ground for my research.




  • Computer Science Curricula Advisor, Yangon University
  • Data Science Curricula Development, Stamford International University
  • IEEE YESIST 2019 Stamford Local
  • Program Committee AC in CHI LBW 2018
  • Program Committee in Video Competitions (CHCHI 2017)
  • Associate Chair (DIS 2017 in Provocation and WIP)
  • Vice-Secretary General, ICACHI (2016 – present)
  • General Co-Chair, ACM IxAP 2016
  • Technical Liaison, ACM Chinese CHI 2013-2016
  • Publicity Chair, IDHF 2014
  • Student Volunteer, WISS 2013, ACM APCHI 2012
  • External Reviewers: ACM CHI 2016-2019, ACM DIS 2016-2018, IEEE Trans. on Human-Machine Systems
  • Staffs, Techfest iNexus Thailand 2010