Asst. Prof. Dr. Chutisant Kerdvibulvech was born in 1983. He received B.Eng (Honors) in Computer Engineering from Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand in 2005. He earned M.Eng and Ph.D. in Computer Engineering from Keio University, Tokyo, Japan with a 3.94 GPA in 2007 and with a 4.00 GPA in 2009, respectively. Both universities are the oldest in their respective countries. He completed his Ph.D. defense when he was 25 years old, one of the youngest Ph.D. graduates of Keio University.
In 2008-2009, he worked as a Researcher of CREST, the world’s first technology to display 3D contents into free space, at Japan's National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation in Tokyo. This research project was broadcast on NHK (Japan Broadcasting Corporation) TV Program in Japan and also on National Geographic TV Program throughout the world.
Between 2009 and 2014, he served as Department Head of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) at Rangsit University (International College), Thailand. In his ICT Department, he led students from over 15 different nationalities, including from USA, UK, Germany, Japan and China.
Since 2010, he has been invited as a guest lecturer, a dissertation committee, and a board of examiners for many universities in Thailand both public and private, such as Chulalongkorn University, National Institute of Development Administration, Mahidol University, King Mongkut's University of Technology Thonburi, Kasertsart University, Rangsit University, Stenden Rangsit University, Panyapiwat Institute of Management, and Sripatum University.
Between 2011 and 2012, he was a columnist for Manager 360° Magazine, a monthly magazine in Thailand. His column is named iTech 360°.
Since 2012, he has become an Assistant Professor at Rangsit University when he was 28 years old, making him one of the youngest Assistant Professors in Thailand's Educational System (Source from Thailand's Office of the Higher Education Commission). Also in 2012, he was an IT news analyst for Nation Channel TV Program, "Global IT" aired every week.
Since 2013, he has written an IT column for Dailynews Newspaper, the 2nd best-selling newspaper in Thailand with a circulation of 900,000 and a readership of 2.7 million, every Wednesday. Also in 2013, he was a technology news analyst for RSU TV Program, "Trendy Tech" aired every weekday.
Since 2015, he has moved to teach at the Thailand's prestigious public graduate university, National Institute of Development Administration (NIDA). NIDA alumni include prominent political, administrative and corporate leaders, such as Prime Minister of Thailand, Deputy Prime Ministers and numerous Ministers. He is now teaching both Master's and Ph.D. programs at Graduate School of Communication Arts and Management Innovation.
His research interest includes the fundamentals of computer vision and its application. Recently, he is focusing on applying computer vision technology to virtual reality and augmented reality. He has published many refereed international journal papers, and delivered his talks at various international conferences (IEEE, LNCS and ACM) in many places around the world. He has visited more than 25 countries on 6 continents: Asia, Africa, North America, South America, Europe, and Australia. His talk in IEEE Virtual Reality International Conference (VRIC) was translated simultaneously from English into French. His research papers have been cited in different languages, including English, Japanese, French and Chinese.
Throughout his graduate study, he was awarded a full and unconditional scholarship from Keio University (Fujiwara Foundation). His research was also awarded the Keio Leading-edge Laboratory of Science and Technology. In 2007-2009, he was a Research Assistant of Global COE (Center of Excellence) Program in Japan. In 2008, he received the 2nd Best Presenter Award from International Workshop on Electronic & Information Engineering at Xian Jiaotong University, China. In 2008-2009, he worked as a Researcher of CREST, the world’s first technology to display 3D contents into free space, at Japan's National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation in Tokyo. This research project was broadcast on NHK (Japan Broadcasting Corporation) TV Program in Japan and also on National Geographic TV Program throughout the world.
Academically, he served as a committee member and a reviewer for many refereed international journals and various international conferences, e.g. ICAT, ACCV Workshop, IEEE ICOS, TJIA, IEEE-ISAS, IEEE IJCNN, ACM SIGGRAPH Bangkok.
Dr. Kerdvibulvech has been interviewed to appear on Discovery Channel TV Program worldwide in the topic of augmented reality research. He is one of the first Thai scholars to be interviewed and broadcasted on Discovery Channel TV Program which is seen in more than 431 million homes in 170 countries.
Also, he has been selected to be one of the 10 most promising PhD scholars around the world to appear in the book entitled “Secrets of Promising PhD Scholars Revealed” by Enzed Publishing House Ltd, New Zealand. The book consists of the 10 most promising PhD scholars from different nationalities who extraordinarily graduated from the reputable universities in the world such as Harvard University, Cambridge University, Keio University and Stanford University.
In Thailand, he has appeared on many regional newspapers, including Thairath Newspaper, Matichon Newspaper, Dailynews Newspaper, Manager Daily Newspaper, Khaosod Newspaper, Prachachat Business Newspaper and Sakulthai Magazine. He has been invited for interview on Thailand 90.50 FM, 97.25 FM Live Radio, Thai PBS Radio, and also on Thailand TV Programs such as Thai PBS, Nation Channel, RSU TV and Rawangpai Channel. He has also been invited as a guest plenary speaker at several events relating to topic of education in Thailand. He can speak Thai, English and Japanese.