PROGRAMME SCHEDULE

IAIT2017 Programme Schedule


Please click here to download IAIT 2017 Programme. Updated: 2017-11-17



Day 1: Wednesday, 22 November 2017
Tutorial Session LIB114, Library Building
Morning Session
(9.00 – 12.00 a.m.)
Topic: An Overview of IoT Middleware
12.00 -1.30 p.m. Lunch Time
Afternoon Session
(1.30 - 4.30 p.m.)
Topic: Big Data Analytics: Large Scale Recommender Systems
Note: A Coffee Break is around at 10.30 a.m. and 3.00 p.m.


Day 2: Thursday, 23 November 2017
Opening Ceremony and Keynote Speech                                              LIB114, Library Building
09.30-10.00 a.m. Registration
09.45-10.00 a.m. Coffee Break
10.00-10.15 a.m. Opening Ceremony
10.15-12.00 a.m. Keynote Speech: Prof. Paul Milgram (University of Toronto)
12.00 a.m.-01.30 p.m. Lunch Time
Session A: Smart Data Analytics and Technology (5 papers)             LIB114, Library Building
Chair: Associate Professor Dr. Kittichai Lavangnananda
01.30-05.00 p.m. Tree-Seed Algorithm for Large-Scale Binary Optimization
Ahmet Cevahir CINAR, Hazim ISCAN, Mustafa Servet KIRAN
Solving Travelling Salesman Problem by Using Optimization Algorithms
Suhair Saud, Halife Kodaz, İsmail Babaoğlu
Gravitational Search Algorithm for NURBS Curve Fitting
Erkan Ülker, İsmail Babaoğlu
Exploring the Acceptance for Pixel Technology Implementation in Facebook Ads Among Advertisers in Indonesia
Tikno
User Intention towards a Music Streaming Service: A Thailand Case Study
Debajyoti Pal and Tuul Triyason
Note: A Coffee Break is around at 10.30 a.m. and 3.00 p.m.
06.00-09.00 p.m. Conference Dinner


Day 3: Friday, 24 November 2017
Session B: Smart e-Commerce and Marketing (4 papers)               LIB114, Library Building
Chair: Assistant Professor Dr. Pornchai Mongkolnam
09.00-09.30 a.m. Registration
09.30-12.00 a.m. The Driving Forces of C2C Social Commerce in Thailand: A Developing Framework
Supattana Sukrat, Pruthikrai Mahatanankoon , Borworn Papasratorn
S-Commerce Transactions and Business Models in Southeast Asia: A Case Study in Thailand
Atchara Leeraphong, Borworn Papasratorn
Features of Marketer-Generated Content Tweets For Electronic Word of Mouth in Banking Context
Natnaree Weerawatnodom, Nattapat Watanapa, Bunthit Watanapa
Hotels and Resorts Rent Intention via Online Affiliate Marketing
Jiradech Suchada, Bunthit Watanapa, Nipon Charoenkitkarn, Thanitsorn Chirapornchai
12.00 – 1.30 p.m. Lunch Time
Session C: Smart Services and Applications (3 papers)                     LIB114, Library Building
Chair: Assistant Professor Dr. Chakarida Nukoolkit
01.30-03.00 p.m. Towards Improving User Interaction with Navigation Apps: an Information Quality Perspective
Siam Yamsaengsung, Borworn Papasratorn
Conceptual Model for an Intelligent Persuasive Driver Assistant
Siam Yamsaengsung, Borworn Papasratorn
Designing and Developing Android Application for Medication Reminder to Improve Treatment Efficiency of Stroke Patient
Jakrapong Rattanayotin, Vajirasak Vanijja
Note: A Coffee Break is around at 10.30 a.m. and 3.00 p.m.
01.30-04.30 p.m. SIT Showcase


Day 4: Saturday, 25 November 2017
09.00a.m.-02.00p.m. Excursion (Grand Palace)

Note: Additional Fee, This is not included in your conference fee



Presentation Guidelines

You will probably wish to prepare some PowerPoint slides to support your presentation. Prepare your slides as a PowerPoint file or a PDF and bring them with you to the conference. We recommend that you will bring your presentation on a portable memory device and will need to load your presentation onto the given computer before starting your session, to facilitate a smooth transition between speakers. You will not generally be able to plug your own laptop into the conference projection system. If you require special technology for your presentation please email : iait@sit.kmutt.ac.th as soon as you can and we will do our best to help you.


Guidelines for Presentations
  • The time allocated for a presentation is 20 minutes, with a further 10 minutes allowed for discussion.
  • It is generally distracting to the audience to have too many slides in a short presentation.
  • Do not put too much text on a slide – you want the audience to listen to you and not to be reading your slides.