Kan Ouivirach PhD candidate


Bangkok University

Pathum Thani, Thailand
Computer and Information Science

Research Interests

Machine Learning Computer Vision Human Behavior Modeling Multiple Human Tracking Activity Recognition Video Surveillance Anomaly Detection Image and Video Processing and Analysis Pattern Recognition

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Currently, Kan Ouivirach is a PhD student at the department of Computer Science and Information Management (CSIM), Asian Institute of Technology (AIT), THAILAND. He also completed his Master’s degree here in 2008 with the thesis entitled “Human Behavior Profiling for a Video Surveillance System”. His thesis won the second place in the AIT Master Thesis competition in that year as well. He has been an IEEE member since January 2010.

His research of interest includes image processing, computer vision, and learning, especially applied to multiple human tracking, human behavior profiling and abnormal human behavior detection for a video surveillance system.
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Automatic Suspicious Behavior Detection from a Small Bootstrap Set

Kan Ouivirach, Shashi Gharti, Matthew N. Dailey

VISAPP (2012)

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Clustering Human Behaviors with Dynamic Time Warping and Hidden Markov Models for a Video Surveillance System

Ouivirach K, Dailey M

Proceedings of ECTI-CON (2010)

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Professional experience


Bangkok University

June 2011 - Present

Ph.D. candidate

Asian Institute of Technology

August 2008 - Present

Teaching Assistant

Asian Institute of Technology

August 2009 - December 2009 (4 months)

Education history

Asian Institute of Technology

PhD in Computer Science

April 2008 - Present

Asian Institute of Technology

Master in Computer Engineering

August 2006 - May 2008 (1 year 9 months)

Kasetsart University

Bachelor in Computer Engineering

July 2002 - May 2005 (2 years 10 months)