The IAIT conference series is a premier annual international conference being organized by the School of Information Technology (SIT), King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi (KMUTT) focusing on the recent advancements in Information Technology and its use towards creating a sustainable society. In the 11th edition the conference will be held from 1st to 3rd July 2020 in Bangkok, Thailand. This conference aims to bring together leading researchers, scholars, scientists, and students across the globe under one roof to exchange and share new developments and research ideas about all aspects of Information and Communication Technologies. The theme of the conference is “Digital Transformation and Innovation for Smart Business and Society”, with the main focus being on the recent advancements and breakthroughs in some of the most emerging technologies of the recent times like computational intelligence and machine learning, natural language processing, cyber security, human-centric computing, and smart systems. By incorporating a wide spectrum of topics, the conference tries promoting more inter-departmental and inter-disciplinary research towards creating a sustainable digital society benefiting mankind.
Jirayut Srupsrisopa is a speaker and one of Thailand’s leading bitcoin and open blockchain experts, who is the Co-founder and Group CEO of Bitkub.com — Thailand’s Leading Regulated Cryptocurrency Exchange. He previously co-founded coins.co.th— Thailand’s largest bitcoin wallet company. He is a board of Director at the Thai Fintech Association and a Subcommittee at Thailand’s Office of the Trade Competition Commission.
After accomplishing his MPhil in Economics at Oxford University, Uk, Jirayut Srupsrisopa worked as an investment banker, a financial consultant and a central banker.
Title: Digital Disruption: A viewpoint of startup founder
Dealing with Covid-19 crisis and its aftermath is an imperative for companies to fully digitize. Innovating new needs and spotting new consumption habits: these qualities are needed more than ever as leaders make the decisions to thrive as well as shape the new normal economy. The pace of technological disruption is increasing at a speed that necessitates exponential transformation. Technology is now enabling new business models that are disrupting legacy organizations and the traditional delivery of products and services, as well as creating sky-high valuations. Learn more about digital disruption at IAIT 2020.
Dr. Mohammad Abdur Razzaque (Raz)
Mohammad Abdur Razzaque (Raz), PhD, is a Senior Lecturer/Associate Professor in the School of Computing, Engineering and Digital Technologies, Teesside University, UK. He has more than 14 years of research and development and/or teaching experience on Internet of Things (IoT/Industry 4.0/IIoT) and Cybersecurity. He is an expert in end-to-end IoT solutions and cybersecurity. He is also working on machine learning techniques, including deep learning techniques for IoT applications and cybersecurity. He has successfully published more than 66 research papers, including a book, in these areas. Currently, he is working on end-to-end IoT solutions for businesses, machine learning and Blockchain in cybersecurity.
Raz offers consultancy in the areas of IoT solutions and use of machine learning techniques, cybersecurity, including pen-testing, in business for SMEs. He also regularly organises and conduct workshops on ethical hacking, data analysis, and IoT.
Title: IoT for an outbreak and its impact management: a perspective from COVID-19
The outbreak of the COVID-19 is so strong that it has impacted almost every person and nation in the world, and stopped all operations across verticals. The economic impact of COVID-19 is so huge that the World Bank has declared as the worst recession since World War II. As there is no vaccine and/or proven medication for COVID-19, management of its outbreak and impacts is very challenging. One potential solution is informed and proactive decision making (e.g., when to lockdown a state or area, social distancing check). However, informed decision making requires real-time and/or quasi-real-time information, which is not readily available in most cases. In this context, the Internet of Things (IoT), providing real and/or quasi-real-time information can be useful in COVID-19 outbreak and its impact management. This talk will discuss management of different aspects of an outbreak and its impact using IoT, and this will be done in COVID-19 perspective.