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     Currently working at the Image Technology Lab, National Electronics and Computer Technology Center (NECTEC) as a principal researcher (started at year 2000). Research interests are Medical Imaging, Computer Graphics, 3D Visualization, 3D rendering, Dental Software Application and Video Tracking.

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Oct 1996 – Dec 1999 : King’s College, University of London
                                 Ph.D. in Physics (Imaging)
                                 Research title: Image Analysis for Automatic Diagnosis of Diabetic Retinopathy.

Oct 1995 – Sep 1996 : University of Essex
                                 MSc. (Distinction) in the Physics of Laser Communications.

Jun 1991 – Mar 1995 : Chiang Mai University, Thailand
                                 B.Sc. (1st Class Honour) in Physics

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2014:                 SIIF: Seoul International Invention Fair 2014, Korea (Gold prize)

2010:                 Innovation Award from National Research Council of Thailand (NRCT) of the year 2010 (Honorable prize)
                         for the research topic “CephSmile V2” from NRCT, Thailand

2009:                 Thailand ICT Award (TICTA 2009) in e-Health Application for the topic “CephSmile V2.0” from Ministry of ICT, Thailand

2009:                 IT Princess Outstanding Award in Health Care from Foundation for Research in Information Technology (FRIT), year 2009
                         for the research topic “AlignBracket3D”. FRIT, Thailand

2009:                 Innovation Award from National Research Council of Thailand (NRCT) of the year 2008. (Honorable prize)
                         for the research topic “AlignBracket3D” NRCT, Thailand

2009:                 Popular Vote from Presenting at Muang Thong Thani from NRCT, year 2009. (The 2nd Runner)
                         for the research topic “AlignBracket3D” NRCT, Thailand

2005:                 International Joint Research with Imaging Diagnostic Technology Ltd., U.K. from IDT, UK

2003 – 2004:      International Joint Research Grant Award from NECTEC,Thailand & Royal Society, UK

2003:                 Young Technologist Award 2003 from Foundation for the Promotion of Science and Technology under the Patronage of H.M. the King, Thailand

2003:                 1 of 9 Working Women of the Year 2003 from Woman Magazine, Thailand

2003:                 The Best Thesis Award of Year 2002 from National Research Council of Thailand (NRCT)

1999:                 ARVO Travel Fellowship Awards from Pharmacia & Upjohn Ltd., U.K.

1998:                 Travel Award from King’s College, London, U.K.

1996 – 1999:      Oversea Research Student Award (ORS Award) from King’s College, London, U.K.

1991 – 1999:      The Development and Promotion of Science and Technology Talent’s Scholarship from IPST, Thailand

1995:                 Scholarly Achievement Award from Dr. Tab Foundation fromCU, Thailand

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     For 16 years, Dr. Chanjira Sinthanayothin a principal researcher at National Electronics and Computer Technology Center (NECTEC), has developed algorithms and software application for medical Image Analysis. It has been developed as a software program that help colorblind patient to distinguish red and green colors on computer screen as well as an algorithm that helps doctors detect eyesight problems in diabetics at an early stage. Also Dr.Chanjira has developed a few visualization software applications that make the dentist's job easier as well.

  1. E-LENS

         The algorithms on Vision imaging can be use in the software called e-Lens. E-LENS had been developed to assist color-blinded people and senior citizens to use a computer with high efficiency. Roughly 8% of people have some sort of color vision deficiency. They often find it difficult to distinguish between red and green colors. Thus, color-blinded people sometimes encounter problems when reading graphics and images or reading web pages. In some pictures, a lot of important information is conveyed by variations of reds and greens. This is a real problem for color-blinded people who may miss this information. For senior citizens, due to the limitation of their vision, they might feel less comfortable or more tired when using a computer than people with normal vision, thus their perception could be less efficient. Thanks to Dr. Chanjira who has invented the algorithms using ISH model to develop the algorithms on color transformation for colorblind people. E-Lens has been distributed to the public to anybody who needed it, can download from the NECTEC website. Some people had been reported after using the program such as: Yokpol and his friend who were colorblind, have been tested the e-Lens program and both agreed that they can distingue the red-green by using e-Lens. Dr.Jarakit Chanpong who is Ophthalmologist in Had-Yai hospital also sent the report back after use e-Lens with his patient who is colorblind as "Yesterday I test your E lens with Thai Male 54 year severe Red Green color deficiency. He can name the red in heart sign on the screen on the program, and green of the ball. But I forgot to test him with the Ishihara plate because I am so excited." (E-Lens is now a Freeware in OSS4WIN by NECTEC)

  2. RETINAL SCREENING Software

         The algorithms use in Retinal Screening software is more advance because it could reduce the diagnostic time that clinicians require by diagnosing diabetic retinopathy with a large number of retinal images. 80% of diabetes have some kind of abnormalities in their eyes called “Diabetic Retinopathy”. In the first stage, they appear to have micro aneurysms, hard exudates, cotton wool spots and Hemorrhages. This stage, the patients will not know themselves until they are not able to see very well and this could lead to blindness. However, Diabetic Retinopathy can be treated if diagnose is occurs at the early stage. Hence, the screening program for detecting diabetic retinopathy is helpful for preventing blindness. Since the number of ophthalmologists is much less than the number of patients, it becomes necessary to apply the automatic diagnosis tool for diabetic retinopathy. The screening algorithm is applied with a lot of medical imaging techniques such as a pre-processed via adaptive local contrast enhancement, image variance, edge operator, principal component analysis, multilayer perceptron neural net, recursive region growing segmentation, correlation and so on. Dr. Apichart Singalavanija from department of ophthalmology, Faculty of Medicine, Siriraj Hospital has tested the diabetic retinopathy screening technique by applied the program to the 622 normal retina images and 339 images with diabetic retinopathy. The sensitivity and specificity for the computerized screening program to classify the images were corrected 80.53% and 79.42% respectively. (Sirinthorn International Institute of Technology (SIIT), Thamasart University has requested the code for further developing under NECTEC’s research agreement)

  3. CEPHSMILE V1.0

         Dr.Chanjira's research algorithm on dental imaging is called CephSmile. Patients who have crooked teeth and need braces would soon find the treatment more satisfactory and less time-consuming. CephSmile program will allow patients to see the image of their post-treatment facial features before they go ahead with the treatment that may cost up to Bt40,000-Bt50,000 per person. The CephSmile program also enables dentists to analyze the facial skeletal pattern, dental pattern, and face structure as well as making measurements and calculations before crooked teeth are treated. Currently, an orthodontist has to do the pattern, structure drawings, and measurements manually, leaving room for greater inaccuracies than a computer program. It allows patients to see the post-treatment facial structure before the actual orthodontic treatment starts. Locally created computer software will help reduce foreign exchange losses. In addition, imported software is not tailor-made for Thai people so the details such as skeletal patterns are not suitable. The medical algorithms that have been used in the applications are as following. For cephalometric analysis part, a lot of numerical techniques have been applied such as fitting, registering, smoothing curves and etc. For the orthodontic simulation part, it is based on thin plate spine and geometric transformation. It is also used a lot of imaging techniques for example image enhancement, image registration, soft tissue deformation using the elastic properties, statistical facial change based on the orthodontic movement of teeth and jaw and so on. (CephSmile has become commercial software, available in the market since 2006 and a studying tool at Dept. of Orthodontics, Mahidol University. CephSmile V1.0 also has got an Inventor Prize - Mahidol Award Year 2006 as well.)

  4. ALIGNBRACKET3D

         AlignBracket3D is a windows-based 3D computer graphic aided planning software for orthodontic diagnosis and treatment which allows users to perform the setup of 3D digital model by the tools provided in this software. AlignBracket3D has been designed for dental clinicians to prepare the digital treatment plan through the segmentation tool to separate the individual tooth on the dental cast. The software allows user to rearrange each tooth in either semi-automatic or customized way to align all the teeth along the selected arch form. Clinicians can adjust bracket position and final tooth position. The results will be shown as 3D post-orthodontic treatment simulation, applicable for a treatment guideline preview for patients. This program is also a training tool for orthodontists and students to enhance planning experience through the orthodontic simulation before taking the actual treatment. Furthermore, AlignBracket3D would be able to reverse the bracket positions on the aligned teeth back to the original tooth positions as well. Therefore, the clinicians will be able to see the whole orthodontic treatment simulation through the tooth movement from the original to aligned teeth which provide the clinician a possibility for creating customized solutions in orthodontic treatment.

    AlignBracket3D divides into Master and Viewer.

         AlignBracket3D Master is a powerful software for computer aided orthodontic diagnosis and treatment planning on digital model. The software will allow user to extract, move and rearrange each tooth in either semi-automatic or individual way to align all teeth along the selected arch-form for treatment planning. Users can place the brackets to fit and lie along the surface of aligned teeth. The results will be shown as 3D preoperative orthodontic treatment simulation, applicable for a treatment guideline preview for the patients.

    KEY FEATURES

    # Support STL File format
    # Flexible model setup
    # Movement simulation by taking the root positions of individual tooth into account
    # Semi-automatic tooth alignment
    # Five standard arch forms
    # Easy bracket positioning.
    # Automatic reverse bracket position to the dental cast.
    # Generating tooth movement for preoperative planning

    AlignBracket3D Viewer is new and free software that allows you to

    # Review digital model treatment plans from a licensed AlignBracket3D Master user.
    #Review your treatment plans at the operation room, at office and at home.
    # Review all digital setup model from AlignBracket3D Master service provider without having to wait for the prints.
    # AlignBracket3D Viewer is very easy to use and provides you with an interactive 3D image, rotation, zoom and pan functions.
    # AlignBracket3D Viewer allows the users make a minor correction on the treatment plan by change the position of the aligned teeth or brackets.
    # AlignBracket3D Viewer is convenience for display the 3D pre operative treatment with the brackets on digital model.
    # AlignBracket3D Viewer provides the simulation of the treatment from begin to the final outcome of the treatment.

    Ethical approval was obtained from the Advanced Dental Technology Center (ADTEC) Ethics Committees. AlignBracket3D is now applied for Orthodontics Clinical Trail at ADTEC.

  5. CEPHSMILE V2.0

         CephSmile V2.0 is software for 2D cephalometric analysis and focusing on orthodontics treatment planning and applied to simulate changes on the facial profile after receiving treatment. CephSmile could be used to analyze craniofacial growth changes that lead to skeletal discrepancies and to study the cause of malocclusions.

         CephSmile V2.0 is able to draw the cephalometric traces of lateral skull and face in both bones and soft surface sections using the landmarks defined by the dentists. Furthermore, this program calculates the sizes of angles and the distances to be used for cephalometric analysis. CephSmile can perform automatic drawing of the significant traces of face, skull, and teeth by using the reference points. CephSmile program provides tools that allow users to mark the correct points with ease. It also enable users to perform cephalometric analysis with different types of analysis, such as Mahidol Analysis, Down Analysis, Steiner Analysis, Tweed Analysis, Jaraback Analysis, Harvold Analysis, Rickette Analysis, and McNamara Analysis which are the significant data that show the structural problems on skulls, face, and teeth.

    CephSmile V2.0 has main features as followings:

    1. CEPHALOMETRIC LATERAL ANALYSES.
           CephSmile V2.0 program is able to perform curve fitting, and smoothing the trace lines by using a few landmarks before calculating the angles and distances according to trigonometric rules, and comparing the results with the standard cephalometric values for Thai people. CephSmile can perform cephalometric analysis with different types of analysis including Mahidol, Chula, Konkaen, Songkla, Chiangmai, Down, Steiner, Tweed, Jaraback, Harvold, Rickette, McNamara ABO, and Sassouni whose data from different types of cephalometric analyses indicate the structural problems on skulls, facial profiles, and and malocclusion on the teeth.

    2. SUPERIMPOSITION.
           CephSmile V2.0 is also able to record the results and display the recorded data for comparisons using Superimposition program to compare the results pre and post orthodontic operation. This function can show comparative changes on facial profile as well as dental structure during the orthodontic treatment periods, so that the patient can view changes as time has passed.

    3. ORTHODONTIC TREATMENT SIMULATION.
           CephSmile V2.0 can determine and simulate dental and facial changes on a patient’s face after orthodontic treatment. With this simulation, the patients are allowed to see the post-treatment facial structure before the actual orthodontic treatment has been executed. Therefore, the patient who needs braces to correct the teeth’s positions would find the treatment more informative and useful.

    4. PA ANALYSIS.
           CephSmile V2.0 can perform the frontal PA Cephalometric Analysis to make symmetry analyses and complete the cephalometric analysis process. The PA Analysis of CephSmile also has a function to perform curve fittings smoothing the trace lines by using only few landmarks before calculating the distances according to trigonometric rules, and then compare the symmetrical analysis results relatively to different reference axes.

    5. 3D SKULL FROM 2D PROJECTIONS.
           Since X-ray images can be obtained with ease from clinical procedure, so CephSmile V2.0 has presented the technique on 3D skull simulation based on 2D projections as a substitute for the expensive CT scan. CephSmile can perform the simulation of 3D skull by only applying an inexpensive X-Ray Images including lateral and PA views along with the corresponding cephalometric landmarks and line tracings.

    6. MODEL ANALYSIS.
           CephSmile V2.0 can perform 2D Digital Model Analysis and Planning, including Bolton Analysis (the ratio between sum of the upper teeth widths and sum of the lower teeth widths), dental arch parameters along with dental segmentation before performing orthodontic simulation.

    CephSmile V2 has been approved by Ethic Committee for clinical trial in the project “Study of the Accuracy and Reliability of CephSmile Program Version 2" of Faculty of Dentistry on 23 June 2009. Also CephSmile V2.0 will become commercial software soon.

    More information: http://www.cephsmilev2.com

  6. ANADENT3D

         Dental cast model is necessary tool for orthodontic procedure where the clinician requires displaying and analyzing for the appearance of the patient's teeth before and after treatment. However the dental casts made from plaster of Paris require annual maintenance to check if there are any damages and proper storage for at least 10 years. Therefore, our system AnaDent3D is developed for archiving, communication and analyzing of 3D dental cast model for archiving, delivering and manipulating electronic dental model to the end users. The method combines with the electronic 3D dental model being generated by scanning a dental cast that made from plaster of Paris before storing the electronic dental models in STL and VRML formats in the database which connected to a server-based computing system (AnaDent3D Database). Next the 3D electronic models are delivered to a remote client computer over a distributed communication networks, which allowed users to access to the 3D electronic data via web browser or mobile device. Finally, users can manipulate the electronic 3D models at remote client computer, and performs analysis on 3D dental casts by the software tool called AnaDent3D Viewer provided by our system. The attitudes of clinicians toward our system for archiving, communication and analyzing of 3D dental cast model (AnaDent3D) through the assessment on the website and software tool by doing post-test questionnaires are positive. It is concluded that the system for archiving, communication and analyzing of 3D dental cast model is effective in recording, delivering and analyzing of the electronic 3D dental cast data.

    More information: http://www.anadent3d.com

  7. Gallery3D: Walkthrough in Your Own 3D Gallery on Android Phone.

    Normally all digital images are display in a flat two-dimensional (2D) image space. However, the three dimensional (3D) techniques exist that allow users to interact and walk through a virtual environment in mobile device using openglES. So Gallery3D is an interactive virtual three dimensional (3D) photo gallery on mobile device. The system will allow users to take pictures with the mobile device and exhibit in the form of virtual 3D gallery and navigate or walk through in the gallery by pressing the button or moving the device. The device has the computational unit which is capable of determining motion data from the g-sensor or accelerometer sensor. The motion data describes the movement of the device including a rotation of the device. Therefore, the benefit of the sensor could be applied such as modifying the view displayed on the screen vertically or horizontally automatically. Also the system can detect tilting left – right device for viewing image and navigating in the virtual 3D Gallery as well. The result shows that the interactive virtual 3D photo gallery contains digital photos taken by a user and the user can navigates through the gallery by pressing buttons or moving the mobile device.

    More information: http://www.appbrain.com/app/gallery3d-for-samsunggalaxys/pooh2.opengl


  8. MC-Avatar

  9. Grant Supported by: Discovery and Development Grant Year 2011-2012, NSTDA, Thailand.

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    MC-AVATAR is a window based multi-camera reconstruction and augmentation of human in virtual reality system that allows the combination of human reconstruction and interaction with virtual worlds in 3 dimensions. The video cameras will be setup at the corner and apply for taking the video of a person in the real space. Then the images from different cameras will threshold and extract from the background. The images of the control person from different cameras can be applied for calculating the depth cue of the control person. Next the 3D AVATAR will be rendered to match to the control person. Finally, an avatar will immerse and interact to the virtual world.  This project will be developed in to 2 window forms: firstly, window for the general user to see the video images and avatar in the virtual world. Secondly, the window that shows the same view of the control person. This system could be applied to the virtual meeting of the people from different sites in the near future. 

    Prototypes
    - Walkthrough in Your Own 3D Gallery on Mobile Device.
    - Avatar in Virtual Reality using KINECT.
    - 3D Virtual Reality Application.
    - MC-Avatar: Multi-Camera Reconstruction and Augmentation of Human in Virtual Reality.

  10. Z-BABY: Software for pregnancy due date, fetus development simulation & weight gain during pregnancy.


    Z-Baby is the mobile application for:
    - Having your pregnancy calculation (Due Date) at all time.
    - Seeing the simulation of 3D fetus development with description week by week.
    - Calculating the weight gain during pregnancy & managing your weight gain.
    - Nutrition guide: recipes to help mom eat well.
    - Recording photos & data by monthly.
    - Locating your position on Google map to find the nearest hospital.
    - Finding location on the map with latitude & longitude.

    More information: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.cephsmilev2.zbaby

  11. KinctScan3D: Scanning 3D Object Using Kinect
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    Kinect Sensor is normally used with the XBox Game Station because it is not expensive. Therefore, when Kinect sensor is used to scan objects in 3D, so the cost is cheaper in comparison to the other scanning devices. Hence Kinect sensor can be easily applied in everyday life. However, Kinect data showing the depth image is very poor quality. So Kinect sensor is shooting in all directions to get all direction images. The system will store multiple frames of each view for multiple frames processing in order to reduce noises. After that point cloud in 3D and image texture are constructed follows with the mesh reconstruction. Next the 3D registration is developed to overlapped and connected to get a complete model of 3D objects in all directions. The algorithm which used to scan 3D shapes, is developed based on Kinect SDK (Kinect Fusion)

    This project will be continue further with the developing of CephSmile V3


  12. Webcam-FaceTracker: Realtime Face Tracking with USB Webcam using Kinect SDK

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    Webcam-FaceTracker is an Application for Real time Face Detection with a Web camera. This project is a Face Tracking application that applies the Kinect Software Development Kit for Face Detection and Face Model to participate in real-time. This is usually used for face detection but with the Kinect Sensor. We have made application by replacing the RGB image with image from a Web camera, and depth image was replaced with Virtual Depth image which is saved before, then loaded it. The result shows the detection of face in real-time with face model. However, the disadvantage is that Kinect Sensor must be connected for being able to use the Kinect SDK. If anyone knows how to applied Kinect SDK without Kinect Sensor, please help us for solving the problem by email us: cephsmile@gmail.com

    This project will be continue further with the developing of 2D-3D Face Recognition


  13. Z-Size Ladies: BMI Timeline & 3D Morphing and Simulating Women’s Shape in Different Body Sizes )

    Obesity is a significant factor of health information and increases the risk of health problems. Hence, the application that can help users monitoring their BMI’s timelines is needed. The simulation of personalized 3D body shape can encourage women to control their BMI for healthy body and pleasant appearance. Therefore, the application called Z-Size Ladies has been proposed and developed for creating and simulating the 3D women body shapes online and real-time by entering only weight and height of the individual users.

    This project will be continue further with the developing of Z-Size Ladies V2

    More information: https://zsize.openservice.in.th


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  1. Invention Title: Colour-Blind Simulation and Color Enhancement Assisted Colour-Blind Technique for Multimedia.
    ID Number: 077063
    File date: 10th September 2002

  2. Invention Title: An Automatic Screening System for Diabetic Retinopathy.
    ID Number: 077780
    File date: 24th February 2006

  3. Invention Title: A system for Orthodontic Diagnosis and Treatment Planning on Digital Models with Individual Tooth Root Movement Simulation.
    ID Number: 0701005039
    File date: 5th October 2007

  4. Invention Title: Orthodontics Bracket Guide.
    ID Number: 0701006795
    File date: 28th December 2007

  5. Invention Title: Orthodontics Mini-implant.
    ID Number: 0802001508
    File date: 2nd May 2008

  6. Invention Title: Method of Producing Digital Cephalometric Line Tracing on both Lateral and PA View.
    ID Number: 0801002561
    File date: 22nd May 2008

  7. Invention Title: Method of Computerized 3D Skull Simulation from 2D X-ray images of Lateral and PA Views.
    ID Number: 0801004893
    File date: 24th September 2008

  8. Invention Title: Method of Computerized Orthodontic/ Orthognathic Treatment Prediction on Patient’s Portrait.
    ID Number: 0801004953
    File date: 26th September 2008

  9. Invention Title: Method of bracket placement on dental cast using transformation of 3D model for tracking on video image.
    ID Number: 0801006684
    File date: 26th December 2008

  10. Invention Title: Computerized method of orthodontic appliances position placement and adjustment on digital dental cast.
    ID Number: 0901002612
    File date: 12th June 2009

  11. Invention Title: Computerized method for evaluating properties of tooth positioning: Torque and Tip angulations
    ID Number: 0901003451
    File date: 30th July 2009

  12. Invention Title: Method of occlusal contacts checking using digital dental cast.
    ID Number: 0901004155
    File date: 15th September 2009

  13. Invention Title: System for Digital 2D Dental Model Analysis and Simulation of Teeth Movement
    ID Number: 1001000156
    File date: 29th January 2010

  14. Invention Title: Computerized method of manufacturing dental base for orthodontic study model.
    ID Number: 1001000485
    File date: 25th March 2010

  15. Invention Title: System for Archiving, Communication and Analyzing of 3D Dental Cast Model. (Petty patent)
    ID Number: 1003000413
  16. File date: 12th May 2010 / Granted date: 4th April 2012

  17. Invention Title: Method of Computerized 3D Automatic Teeth Segmentation from Digital Dental Cast.
    ID Number: 1001001145
    File date: 28th July 2010

  18. Invention Title: Method for an interactive virtual 3D gallery using motion detection of electronics device. (Petty patent)
    ID Number: 1103000571
    File date: 9th June 2011 / Granted date: 26th January 2012

  19. Invention Title: System for real time animation of human like model using bone joints in three dimensional.
    ID Number: 1101000847
    File date: 17th June 2011

  20. Invention Title: Method of 3D Mesh Reconstruction from Point Cloud.
    ID Number: 1201002683
    File date: 7th June 2012

  21. Invention Title: Method of Position Identifications to Control GI Track Movements with Haptic Interface Virtual Reality for Medical Applications.
    ID Number: 1201002933
    File date: 18th June 2012

  22. Invention Title:Portable Device for Calculating and Monitoring on Weekly Pregnancy. (Petty patent)
    ID Number: 1203001314
    File date: 15th November 2012

  23. Invention Title:Apparatus for scanning a volume of alike cylindric or cut out conic object which has rough and oblique bases.
    ID Number: 1301005555
    File date: 30th September 2013

  24. Invention Title:Apparatus for construction multi-layer of 3D triangular mesh planes at different resolutions from series images.
    ID Number: 1301005558
    File date: 30th September 2013

  25. Invention Title:Augmented system for real-time wearing virtual 3D head's accessory(Petty patent)
    ID Number: 1403000040
    File date: 10th January 2014

  26. Invention Title:Equipment and Proces for Simulation and Analysis which face features have changed.(Patent)
    ID Number: 1401005895
    File date: 30th September 2014

  27. Invention Title:Equipment for Face Detection and Recognition.(Patent)
    ID Number: 1401005904
    File date: 30th September 2014

  28. Invention Title:Background Removing Process for 3D Model (Patent)
    ID Number: 1501006026
    File date: 30th September 2015

  29. Invention Title:Color Correction Process (Patent)
    ID Number: 1501006039
    File date: 30th September 2015

  30. Invention Title:Data Normalisation Method for Face Recognition (Petty Patent)
    ID Number: 1503001628
    File date: 30th September 2015

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  • Invention Title: CephSmile: Computerised Cephalometric Tracing and Analysis.
    ID Number: 77745

  • Invention Title: CephSmile V2.0: Computerised Cephalometric Tracing and Analysis Version 2.0.
    ID Number: 191148

  • Invention Title: AlignBracket3D: Software for Aided Orthodontic Diagnosis and Treatment Planning on 3D Digital Models.
    ID Number: 173383

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  1. Newsom RSB, Sinthanayothin C, Boyce JF. Contrast Enhancement for Oral Fluorescien Angiograms. British Journal Ophthalmic Photographer (BJOP) 1998; 29-32. (Paper)

  2. Sinthanayothin C, Boyce JF, Cook HL, Williamson TH. Automated localisation of the optic disc, fovea, and retinal blood vessels from digital colour fundus images. British Journal Ophthalmology (BJO) 1999;83:902-910 ( August ) (Paper) (Impact Factor = 1.759)

    (Reprinted in Nectec Technical Journal (NTJ) Vol. 1, No. 6 January - February, 2000, pp. 207-218.)

  3. Sinthanayothin C, Boyce JF, Cook HL, Williamson TH. Automated localisation of the optic disc, fovea, retinal blood vessels and pathologies from digital colour fundus images. Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science (IOVS), 1999;40:No.4 53613. (Abstract) (Impact Factor = 4.858)

  4. Newsom RSB, Sinthanayothin C, Boyce JF, Williamson TH, Casswell AG. Clinical evaluation of 'local contrast enhancement' for oral fluorescein angiograms. Eye 14 (3 A), 2000; pp. 318-323. (Paper) (Impact Factor = 1.139)

  5. Sinthanayothin C, Boyce JF, Williamson TH, Cook HL, Mensah E, Lal S, Usher D. Automated detection of diabetic retinopathy on digital fundus images. Diabetic Medicine 19 (2), pp. 105-112 (2002 Diabetes UK.) , 19 , 105-112. (Paper) (Impact Factor = 2.172)

  6. Sinthanayothin C, Phoojaruenchanachai S. Multimedia Simulation of Colour Blindness and Colour Enhancement Assisted Colour Blindness. Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics) 2756, pp. 270-277. (Paper)

  7. Apichart Singalavanija, Jirayuth Supokavej, Parapan Bamroongsuk, Chanjira Sinthanayothin, Suthee Phoojaruenchanachai, Viravud Kongbunkiat. Feasibility Study on Computer-Aided Screening for Diabetic Retinopathy. Japanese Journal of Ophthalmology 50 (4), pp. 361-366. (Paper) (Impact Factor = 0.77)

  8. Wisarut Bholsithi, Kanoknart Chintakanon, Ruangrat Komolpis, Wichit Tharanon, Chanjira Sinthanayothin. 3D vs. 2D cephalometric analysis comparisons with repeated measurements from 20 Thai males and 20 Thai females. Biomed Imaging Interv J 2009; 5(4):e21 doi: 10.2349/biij.5.4.e21 (Paper) (Available online at: http://www.biij.org/2009/4/e21/ )

  9. Chanjira Sinthanayothin, Wisarut Bholsithi. Dental Application: The Steps toward the Implementation of the CephSmile Plus Services. International Journal of Advancements in Computing Technology, Volume 3, Number 3, April 2011. ISSN: 2005:8039, doi:10.4156/ijact.vol3. issue3.21 (Paper) (Available online at: http://www.aicit.org/ijact/ppl/21-IJACT5-396024IP.pdf )

  10. Niwat Anuwongnukroh, Surachai Dechkunakorn, Chanjira Sinthanayothin, Lada Shinawatra. Comparison of Digitized Images for Cephalometric Analysis from Scanner and Digital Cameras. Applied Mechanics and Materials, vol. 87, pp. 164-169. DOI: 10.4028/www.scientific.net/AMM.87.164 (Available online at: http://www.scientific.net/AMM.87.164 )

  11. Phannurat, P., Tharanon, W., Sinthanayothin, C. . Simulation of surface mesh deformation in orthodontics by mass-spring model. Transactions on Electrical Engineering, Electronics, and Communications. Volume 9, Issue 2, August 2011, Pages 292-296. ISSN: 16859545

  12. Watcharinporn, O., Dechkunakorn, S., Anuwongnukroh, N., Sinthanayothin, C., Santiwong, P., Bholsithi, W., Suchato, W. Assessment of the accuracy and reliability of cephsmile v.2 in cephalograms and model measurements. Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering 143 LNEE (VOL. 1) , pp. 413-422 ISSN: 18761100, ISBN: 978-364227322-3, DOI: 10.1007/978-3-642-27323-0_52

  13. Chanjira Sinthanayothin, Nonlapas Wongwaen, Wisarut Bholsithi. Interactive virtual 3D gallery using motion detection of mobile device. International Journal of Advancements in Computing Technology, Volume 4, Issue 7, 2012, Pages 239-250 ISSN: 20058039, DOI: 10.4156/ijact.vol4.issue7.27 (Paper) (Available online at http://www.aicit.org/IJACT/ppl/03no4vol7main_part27.pdf)

  14. Chanjira Sinthanayothin, Nonlapas Wongwaen, Wisarut Bholsithi. Skeleton Tracking using Kinect Sensor & Displaying in 3D Virtual Scene. International Journal of Advancements in Computing Technology. IJACT: International Journal of Advancements in Computing Technology, Vol. 4, No. 11, pp. 213 - 223, 2012. DOI: 10.4156/ijact.vol4.issue 11.23 (Paper)(Available online at http://www.aicit.org/IJACT/ppl/IJACTVol4No11_Part23.pdf )

  15. Paramate Horkaew, Chanjira Sinthanayothin. Curvilinear hole filling for 3D digital dental models. Int. J. Medical Engineering and Informatics, Vol. 8, No. 1, 2016. pp 76-84. (Available online at http://www.inderscienceonline.com/doi/abs/10.1504/IJMEI.2016.073694 )

  16. Kay Thwe Min Han, Kotani Kazunori, Prarinya Siritanawan, Waree Kongprawechnon, Chanjira Sinthanayothin. Analysis of power transmission through IOL with glistenings and whitenings by T-Matrix. JOURNAL OF QUANTITATIVE SPECTROSCOPY & RADIATIVE TRANSFER. Volume 253, September 2020, 107083. (Available online at https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S002240732030131X)

  17. Chanjira Sinthanayothin, Wisarut Bholsithi, Duangrat Gansawat, Nonlapas Wongwaen, Piyanut Xuto, Nantaporn Ratisoontorn, Parut Bunporn, Supiya Charoensiriwath. Simulation of Three-dimensional Female Body Shapes with Proportional Representation for Various Weights and Heights. Simulation: Transactions of the Society for Modelling and Simulation International. (Accepted) (Available online at https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/10.1177/0037549720944466)

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  1. Adams MJ, Sinthanayothin C. Large-signal analysis of self-pulsating laser diodes. Proceedings of SPIE - The International Society for Optical Engineering 2994, pp. 513-520 (Paper)

  2. Sinthanayothin C, Boyce JF, Cook HL, Williamson TH. Automated localisation of the optic disc, fovea, retinal blood vessels and pathologies from digital colour fundus images. The Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology (ARVO) Annual Meeting, Ft.Lauderdale, Florida. May 9-14, 1999. (Abstract)

  3. Chanjira Sinthanayothin , Computerised Simulation of Colour-Blind and Colour Enhancement Assisted Colour-Blind. International Technical Conference on Circuits/Systems, Computers and Communications. Phuket Acadia, 16-19 July 2002. (Paper)

  4. Sinthanayothin C, Phoojaruenchanachai S. Multimedia Simulation of Colour Blindness and Colour Enhancement Assisted Colour Blindness. CAIP'2003 10th International Conference on Computer Analysis of Images and Patterns. Netherlands, August 25-27, 2003 (Paper)

  5. Sinthanayothin C, Viravud Kongbunkiat, Phoojaruenchanachai S, Singalavanija A. Automated Screening System for Diabetic Retinopathy. ISPA03 The 3rd International Symposium on Image and Signal Processing and Analysis. Rome, Italy. Septmeber 18-20, 2003 (Paper)

  6. Chanjira Sinthanayothin , Suthee Phoocharoenchanachai, Wisarut Bholsithi, Group of the Dentists. Computerized Orthodontic Treatment Simulation Based on Thin Plate Spline and Geometric Transformation. , IFMBE Proceedings, BioMed 2004, Kuala Lumpur International Conference on Biomedical Engineering, September 2-4, 2004, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, pp. 181-185 (Paper)

  7. Chanjira Sinthanayothin, Sarah Barman. An Automatic Detection of the Retinopathy of Prematurity Demarcation-Line/Ridge on Infant Retinal Images. IEEE Region 10 Annual International Conference, Proceedings/TENCON A, pp. A151-A154 (Paper)

  8. S A Barman, C Sinthanayothin, A Toniappa, E Corvee, Classification of haemorrhage pathologies on digital fundus images using a combination of neural network and tracking algorithms. The 2nd International Conference in Electronics, Computer, Telecommunication and Information (ECTI2005). May 12-13, 2005, Pattaya, Thailand. (Paper)

  9. C Sinthanayothin , W Bholsithi. Image Warping based on 3D Thin Plate Spline. International Conference on Information Technology in Asia 2005. December 12-15, 2005, Sarawak, Malaysia. Page 137-148 (Paper)

  10. C Sinthanayothin, Wichit Tharanon. 3D-3D Registration: Surface Rendering Plus Skull and Soft Tissue Registration. 2006 1st IEEE Conference on Industrial Electronics and Applications, art. no. 4025941. (Paper)

  11. C Sinthanayothin, Wichit Tharanon. 3D surface rendering and creating panoramic view for dental application. Computer-Assisted Radiology and Surgery 1 (SUPPL. 7), pp. 529. (Extended Abstract)

  12. Chanjira Sinthanayothin , Wichit Tharanon, 3D Surface Rendering and Creating Panoramic View for Dental Application. The 1st International Symposium on Biomedical Engineering (ISBME 2006). on 8-10 November 2006. Thailand (Paper)

  13. Chanjira Sinthanayothin , Wichit Tharanon, 3 D Registration of Dental Cast and Teeth Plus Simulation of Orthodontics Labial Treatment, International Workshop on Advanced Image Technology (IWAIT 2007) , Bangkok, Thailand, January 8-9 , 2007. (Paper)

  14. Chanjira Sinthanayothin , Wisarut Bholsithi, Wichit Tharanon. Tooth Alignment of the Dental Cast using 3D Thin Plate Spline. Proceedings of the 3rd IASTED International Conference on Advances in Computer Science and Technology, ACST 2007, pp. 255-259 (Paper)

  15. Chanjira Sinthanayothin , Wisarut Bholsithi, Wichit Tharanon. 3D Deformable Mesh for Dentistry. The 4th International Conference in Electronics, Computer, Telecommunication and Information (ECTI2007), May 9-12, 2007, Chiangrai, Thailand. (Paper)

  16. Teeraporn Kusalanukhun, Chanjira Sinthanayothin, Wichit Tharanon. 3D Segmentation and Offset Creation for Crown and Bridge. The 4th International Conference in Electronics, Computer, Telecommunication and Information (ECTI2007), May 9-12, 2007, Chiangrai, Thailand. (Paper)

  17. Wisarut Bholsithi, Chanjira Sinthanayothin, kanoknart chintakanon, Ruangrat Komolpis, Wichit Tharanon. Ceph3D: Evaluation on 3D Cephalometric Analysis Norm of 200 Thai Patients. The 3rd WACBE World Congress on Bioengineering 2007. 9-11 July 2007, Bangkok, Thailand. (Paper)

  18. Chanjira Sinthanayothin , Wichit Tharanon. Tooth Segmentation and Alignment. The 3rd WACBE World Congress on Bioengineering 2007. 9-11 July 2007, Bangkok, Thailand. (Paper)

  19. Teeraporn Kusalanukhun, Chanjira Sinthanayothin, Wichit Tharanon. An Algorithm of 3D Objects Connection for Dental Bridge Design. The 3rd WACBE World Congress on Bioengineering 2007. 9-11 July 2007, Bangkok, Thailand. (Paper)

  20. Pathomphong Phannurat, Paramate Horkaew, Chanjira Sinthanayothin. 3D Surface Cutting Technique Aided Orthodontics. The 3rd WACBE World Congress on Bioengineering 2007. 9-11 July 2007, Bangkok, Thailand. (Paper)

  21. Auranuch Lorsakul, Jackrit Suthakorn, Chanjira Sinthanayothin. Dental Tool Calibration using Point-Cloud-to-Point-Cloud Technique with the Least-Square Solution: Toward Development of a Dental Navigation System. The 3rd WACBE World Congress on Bioengineering 2007. 9-11 July 2007, Bangkok, Thailand. (Paper)

  22. Apipon Visetvisakul, Chanjira Sinthanayothin, Wisarut Bholsithi, Wichit Tharanon. An Algorithm of 3D Registration between Maxilla/Mandible & Dental Cast. The 3rd WACBE World Congress on Bioengineering 2007. 9-11 July 2007, Bangkok, Thailand. (Paper)

  23. Chanjira Sinthanayothin , Wichit Tharanon, Mesh Warping Aided 3D Data Preparation for Dental Rapid Prototyping. International Bone and Dental Technology Symposium 2007 (Bone2007). 12-13 November 2007, Thailand (Paper)

  24. Chanjira Sinthanayothin , Krikamol Muandet, Bunyarit Uyyanonvara, Wichit Tharanon. Development of Dental Software: Introducing ADTEC DICOM Viewer. International Bone and Dental Technology Symposium 2007 (Bone2007). 12-13 November 2007, Thailand (Paper)

  25. Sasin Tiendee, Chanjira Sinthanayothin , Wichit Tharanon. The Application of Borland C++ Builder TM and OpenGL Programming to Dentistry Software Development. International Bone and Dental Technology Symposium 2007 (Bone2007). 12-13 November 2007, Thailand (Paper)

  26. Nonlapas Wongwaen, Chanjira Sinthayothin, Wichit Tharanon. 3D Geometric Transformation for Dentistry Application. International Bone and Dental Technology Symposium 2007 (Bone2007). 12-13 November 2007, Thailand (Paper)

  27. Jackrit Suthakorn, Auranuch Lorsakul, Chanjira Sinthanayothin, Wichit Tharanont, Development of Dental Implant Navigation System in Thailand. International Bone and Dental Technology Symposium 2007 (Bone2007). 12-13 November 2007, Thailand (Paper)

  28. Nakintorn Patanachai, Bunyarit Uyyanonvara, Chanjira Sinthanayothin, Wichit Tharanon, Palakon Sompot . PACS (Picture Archiving Communication System) for Dentistry . International Bone and Dental Technology Symposium 2007 (Bone2007). 12-13 November 2007, Thailand (Paper)

  29. Pathomphong Phannurat, Paramate Horkaew, Chanjira Sinthanayothin. 3D Mesh Segmentation and Smooth Surface Extraction through Region Growing. International Conference on Engineering, Applied Sciences, and Technology (ICEAST 2007).21-23 November, 2007, Bangkok, Thailand. (Paper)

  30. Chanjira Sinthanayothin , Wichit Tharanont. Mesh Cutting for Aided 3 D Digital Model Setup and Planing . Proceedings of the 10th IASTED International Conference on Computer Graphics and Imaging, CGIM 2008, pp. 83-87 (Paper) (ACTA Press Link)

  31. Auranuch Lorsakul, Jackrit Suthakorn, Chanjira Sinthanayothin. Point-Cloud-to-Point-Cloud Technique on Tool Calibration for Dental Implant Surgical Path Tracking. Progress in Biomedical Optics and Imaging - Proceedings of SPIE 6918, art. no. 691829 (Paper)

  32. Wisarut Bholsithi, Chanjira Sinthanayothin, Kanoknart Chintakanon, Ruangrat Komolpis, Wichit Tharanon. Comparison between 3D and 2D Cephalometric Analyses. 30th Asia Pacific Dental Congress, Bangkok, Thailand, May 6-10, 2008 (Abstract)

  33. Chanjira Sinthanayothin, Wichit Tharanont. Orthodontics Treatment Simulation by Teeth Segmentation and Setup. IEEE Xplore: The 5th International Conference on Electrical Engineering/Electronics, Computer, Telecommunications and Information Technology, ECTI-CON 2008 1, art. no. 4600377, pp. 81-84 (Paper)

  34. Apipon Visetvitsakul, Teeraporn Kusalanukhun, Chanjira Sinthanayothin, Wichit Tharanon. Computerized Design for Implants Position Guide from Any Commercial Implant Planning Software.IEEE Xplore: The 5th International Conference on Electrical Engineering/Electronics, Computer, Telecommunications and Information Technology, ECTI-CON 2008 1, art. no. 4600375, pp. 73-76 (Paper)

  35. Apipon Visetvitsakul, Teeraporn Kusalanukhun, Chanjira Sinthanayothin, Wichit Tharanon. Cross-Section Algorithm for Checking Overjet and Overbite. IEEE Xplore: The 5th International Conference on Electrical Engineering/Electronics, Computer, Telecommunications and Information Technology, ECTI-CON 2008 1, art. no. 4600378, pp. 85-88 (Paper)

  36. Nakintorn Patanachai, Bunyarit Uyyanonvara, Chanjira Sinthanayothin, Wichit Tharanon, Palakon Sompot, Krikamol Muandet. PACS (Picture Archiving Communication System) for Dentistry. IEEE Xplore: The 5th International Conference on Electrical Engineering/Electronics, Computer, Telecommunications and Information Technology, ECTI-CON 2008 1, art. no. 4600376, pp. 77-80 (Paper)

  37. Auranuch Lorsakul, Chanjira Sinthanayothin, Jackrit Suthakorn. Optical Marker Recognition and Pose Determination Using Neural Networks: Toward Development of A Dental Surgical Navigation System. The 22nd International Congress of Computer Assisted Radiology and Surgery (CARS2008). June 25-28, 2008 Barcelona, Spain (Poster)

  38. Wisarut Bholsithi, Chanjira Sinthanayothin, Kanoknart Chintakanon, Ruangrat Komolpis, Wichit Tharanon. Comparison between 3D and 2D Cephalometric Analyses. 4th Kuala Lumpur International Conference on Biomedical Engineering (Biomed 2008). Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. 26-28 June 2008 (Paper)

  39. Chanjira Sinthanayothin, Computerized 3D Digital Model Setup and Planning with Simulation of teeth and Brackets Movement.IEEE Xplore: The 9th International Conference on Signal Processing (ICSP'08) Oct.26-29 2008, Beijing, China. (Paper)

  40. Yootthana Mahitdhiharn, Chanjira Sinthanayothin. REGISTRATION BETWEEN 3D OBJECT AND VIDEO IMAGE FOR BRACKETS ALIGNMENT ON DENTAL CAST. The 3rd International Symposium on Biomedical Engineering (ISBME 2008), Nov. 10-11, Bangkok, Thailand (Paper)

  41. Nonlapas Wongwaen, Wichit Tharanon, Chanjira Sinthanayothin. Computerized Algorithm of Occlusal Contacts Checking for Dental Cast Setup. The 3rd International Symposium on Biomedical Engineering (ISBME 2008), Nov. 10-11, Bangkok, Thailand (Paper)

  42. Pathomphong Phannurat, Wichit Tharanon, Chanjira Sinthanayothin. SIMULATION OF ELASTIC SOFT TISSUE DEFORMATION. The 3rd International Symposium on Biomedical Engineering (ISBME 2008), Nov. 10-11, Bangkok, Thailand (Paper)

  43. Chanjira Sinthanayothin. Computerized Cephalometric Line Tracing Technique on X-ray Images. Springer: 13th International Conference on Biomedical Engineering (ICBME2008). 3-6 December 2008, Singapore. pp. 265-269. (Paper)

  44. Wisarut Bholsithi, Chanjira Sinthanayothin. Digital Dental Model Analysis. Springer: 13th International Conference on Biomedical Engineering (ICBME2008). 3-6 December 2008, Singapore. pp. 472-475 (Paper)

  45. Auranuch Lorsakul, Jackrit Suthakorn, Chanjira Sinthanayothin, Wichit Tharanon. Toward Robot-Assisted Dental Surgery: Path Generation and Navigation System Using Optical Tracking Approach. 2008 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Biomimetics. 22-25 February 2009, Bangkok, Thailand (Paper)

  46. C. Sinthanayothin, W. Bholsithi. 3D Facial Deformable using Cubic Spline and Thin Plate Spline. IEEE Xplore: The 6th International Conference on Electrical Engineering/Electronics, Computer, Telecommunications and Information Technology, ECTI-CON 2009, pp. 668-671. (Paper)

  47. N. Wongwaen, C. Sinthanayothin. Computerized Checking of Overjet, Overbite and Occlusal Contact on 3D Dental Cast. 6th International Joint Conference on Computer Science and Software Engineering, JCSSE2009 2009, Volumn1, pp. 247-250 . (Paper)

  48. C. Sinthanayothin, W. Bholsithi. 3D Skull Warping from 2D X-Ray Lateral and PA Images. International Journal of Computer Assisted Radiology and Surgery Volumn 4-Supplement 1-June 2009: Proceeding of the 23rd International Congress of Computer Assisted Radiology and Surgery (CARS2009). June 23 27, 2009 Berlin, Germany, pp. 271-273. (Extended Abstract)

  49. Pattheera Panitsuk, Prach Viboontapachart, Touchapong Prukthichaipat, Bunyarit Uyyanonvara, Chanjira Sinthanayothin. Retinal Vessel Skeletonization using Scale-Space Theory. International Conference on Robotics, Informatics, Intelligence control system Technologies (RIIT'09). Page 162-166. 11-14 Dec 2009, Bangkok, Thailand. (Paper)

  50. Theerawat Songyot, Tham Manjing, Bunyarit Uyyanonvara, Chanjira Sinthanayothin. Real-time Tracking of Feature Points of Major Motion for Video Stabilization. The International Conference on Information and Communication Technology for Embedded Systems (IC-ICTES2010). Jan 28 - Jan 30, 2010, Bangkok, Thailand. (Paper)

  51. Theerawat Songyot, Tham. Manjing, Bunyarit Uyyanonavara, and Chanjira Sinthanayothin. Feature Point Reduction for Video Stabilization. Proceedings of World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology. Volume 62, February 2010, Pages 878-882 (Paper)

  52. Chanjira Sinthanayothin, Pattheera Panitsuk, Bunyarit Uyyanonvara. Automatic Retinal Vessel Tortuosity Measurement. ECTI-CON2010. Chiangmai, Thailand 19-21 May 2010. (Proceedings of ECTI-CON 2010, IEEE Xplore: IEEE Catalog Number: CFP1006E-ART) (Paper)

  53. Chanjira Sinthanayothin, Wisarut Bholsithi. Skull Simulation from 2 View X-ray Projections using 3D Warping Technique. IEEE Xplore: The 4th International Conference on Bioinformatics and Biomedical Engineering (iCBBE 2010). June 18-20, 2010. Chengdu, China. IEEE catalog No CFP1029C-CDR, ISBN 978-1-4244-4713-8 (Paper)

  54. Chanjira Sinthanayothin, Nonlapas Wongwaen, Wisarut Bholsithi. Computerized Method of Virtual Bases Construction for Orthodontic Study Model. The 25th International Technical Conference on Circuits/Systems, Computers and Communications (ITC-CSCC 2010) , Pattaya, Thailand. July 4-7,2010 (Paper)

  55. Chanjira Sinthanayothin, Natthawadee Phichitchaiphan, Nonlapas Wongwaen, Wisarut Bholsithi. System for Archiving, Communication and Analyzing of 3D Dental Cast Model. IEEE Xplore: 2010 International Conference on Electronics and Information Engineering (ICEIE 2010). Kyoto, Japan, August 1-3, 2010, ISBN: 978-1-4244-7680-0 (Paper)

  56. Nonlapas Wongwaen, Chanjira Sinthanayothin. Computerized Algorithm for 3D Teeth Segmentation. IEEE Xplore: 2010 International Conference on Electronics and Information Engineering (ICEIE 2010). Kyoto, Japan, August 1-3, 2010 ISBN: 978-1-4244-7680-0 (Paper)

  57. Sasin Tiendee, Charay Lerdsudwichai, Sarun Sumriddetchkajorn, Chanjira Sinthanayothin. Algorithm for Decreasing Nonlinear Gamma Effect with Digital Fringe Projection Images. IEEE Explore: 2010 IEEE International Conference on ICT and Knowledge Engineering. (IEEEICT&KE2010). November 24, 2010 November 25, 2010, Bangkok, Thailand. (Paper)

  58. C. Sinthanayothin, W. Bholsithi, N. Pichitchaiphan. Dental Application: The Steps toward the Implementation of the CephSmile Plus Services. IEEE Explore: The 5th International Conference on Computer Sciences and Convergence Information Technology. Nov 30- Dec 2, 2010, Seoul, Korea. (Paper)

  59. Wisarut Bholsithi, Natthawadee Phichitchaiphan, Chanjira Sinthanayothin. Online Dental Information Database for Dental Identification System. IEEE Explore: The 5th International Conference on Computer Sciences and Convergence Information Technology. Nov 30- Dec 2, 2010, Seoul, Korea. (Paper)

  60. Danu Onkaew, Rashmi Turior, Bunyarit Uyyanonvara, Nishihara Akinori, Chanjira Sinthanayothin. Automatic extraction of retinal vessels in digital fundus images. The International Conference on Information and CommunicationTechnology for Embedded Systems (ICICTES 2011). 27-29 January 2011, Pattaya, Thailand. (Paper)

  61. Danu Onkaew, Rashmi Turior, Bunyarit Uyyanonvara, Nishihara Akinori, Chanjira Sinthanayothin. Automatic Retinal Vessel Tortuosity Measurement using Curvature of Improved Chain Code. IEEE Explore: InECCE 2011 - International Conference on Electrical, Control and Computer Engineering 2011, Article number 5953872, Pages 183-186. DOI: 10.1109/INECCE.2011.5953872 (Paper)

  62. Anuwongnukroh, N., Dechkunakorn, S., Sinthanayothin, C., Shinawatra., L. Comparison of digitized images for cephalometric analysis from scanner and digital cameras. Applied Mechanics and Materials 87 , pp. 164-169. DOI: 10.4028/www.scientific.net/AMM.87.164

  63. Sinthanayothin, C., Wongwean, N., Bholsithi, W. Interactive virtual 3D gallery using motion detection of mobile device. IEEE Explore:- 2011 International Conference on Mobile IT-Convergence, ICMIC 2011 , art. no. 6061538 , pp. 120-125 ISBN: 978-898867860-2 (Paper)

  64. Bholsithi, W., Sinthanayothin, C . Process to connect client to server via proxy for cephalometric analysis program. IEEE Explore:- 7th International Conference on Networked Computing, INC2011 , art. no. 6058954 , pp. 103-108. ISBN: 978-898867842-8 (Paper)

  65. Wongwaen N., Tiendee S., Sinthanayothin, C . Method of 3D Mesh Reconstruction from Point Cloud Using Elementary Vector and Geometry Analysis. IEEE Explore:- 2012 8th International Conference on Information Science and Digital Content Technology (ICIS and IDCTA), ICIDT2012, pp.156-159 ISBN: 978-89-88678-69-5 (Paper)

  66. Rattathanapad, S., Mittrapiyanuruk, P., Kaewtrakulpong, P., Uyyanonvara, B., Sinthanayothin, C . Vessel extraction in retinal images using multilevel line detection. IEEE Explore:- Proceedings - IEEE-EMBS International Conference on Biomedical and Health Informatics: Global Grand Challenge of Health Informatics, BHI 2012 , art. no. 6211584 , pp. 345-349 (Paper)

  67. Pattanachai, N., Covavisaruch, N., Sinthanayothin, C . Tooth recognition in dental radiographs via Hu's moment invariants. . IEEE Explore:- 2012 9th International Conference on Electrical Engineering/Electronics, Computer, Telecommunications and Information Technology, ECTI-CON 2012 , art. no. 6254347 (Paper)

  68. Sinthanayothin, C , Wongwaen, N. , Bholsithi, W. Xuto, P. ZBaby: Android Application for Pregnancy Due Date, Fetus Development Simulation and Weight Gain During Pregnancy. IEEE Xplore:- 2014 International Computer Science and Engineering Conference. (ICSEC 2014) (InternationalTrack) pp. 78-82 (Paper)

  69. Bholsithi, W., Wongwaen, N., Sinthanayothin, C. 3D Avatar Developments in Real Time and Accuracy Assessments. IEEE Xplore:- 2014 International Computer Science and Engineering Conference. (ICSEC 2014) (InternationalTrack) pp. 101-106 (Paper)

  70. Teeranoot Japunya, Parisut Jitpakdee, Bunyarit Uyyanonvara, Chanjira Sinthanayothin, Hirohiko Kaneko. Quantification of the overlapped Glistening in Intraocular lens. IEEE Xplore:- International Congress on Engineering and Information (ICEAI 2015), 7-9 May 2015, Kyoto, Japan. Page 478-487. (Paper)

  71. Teeranoot Japunya, Parisut Jitpakdee, Bunyarit Uyyanonvara, Chanjira Sinthanayothin, Hirohiko Kaneko. Automatic blob-based Glistening Detection. IEEE Xplore:- International Conference on Information and Communication Technology for Embedded Systems (IC-ICTES 2015), 22-24 March 2015, Hua Hin, Thailand. Page 28-32. (Paper)

  72. Thanapha Chantharaphaichit, Bunyarit Uyyanonvara, Chanjira Sinthanayothin, Akinori Nishihara. Automatic Acne Detection for Medical Treatment. IEEE Xplore:- International Conference on Information and Communication Technology for Embedded Systems (IC-ICTES 2015), 22-24 March 2015, Hua Hin, Thailand. Page 33-38. (Paper)

  73. Thanapha Chantharaphaichit, Bunyarit Uyyanonvara, Chanjira Sinthanayothin, Akinori Nishihara. Automatic Acne Detection with Featured Bayesian Classifier for Medical Treatment. International Conference on Robotics, Informatics and Intelligence Control Technology, 27-30 April 2015, Bangkok, Thailand. Page. 10-16. (Paper)

  74. Faisal Ghaffar, Sarwar Khan, Bunyarit Uyyanonvara, Chanjira Sinthanayothin, Hirohiko Kaneko. Detection of Diabetic Anomalies in Retinal Images using Morphological Cascading Decision Tree. IEEE Xplore: The Seventh International Conference on Information and Communication Technology for Embedded Systems (ICICTES2016), March 20-22, 2016, Bangkok, Thailand. (Paper)

  75. Nonlapas Wongwaen, Duangrat Gansawat, Wisarut Bholsithi, Supiya Charoensiriwath, Apatha Peethong, Parut Bunporn, Chanjira Sinthanayothin. Automatic Symmetrizing Mannequin Constructionfrom 3D Body Scanner. The 10th International Conference on ICT Convergence. Oct 16-18, 2019. Jeju Island, Korea.

กลับไปข้างบน

  1. Sinthanayothin C, Phoojaruenchanachai. Image Registration of Colour Fundus Image and Fluorescein Image. Journal of Thai Robotics Society. Vol.1 No.1 (March 2001) page 47-53.

  2. Sinthanayothin C. Image Processing with C++ Builder Part 1: Basic imaging, Colour model concept and Histogram. NECTEC Magazine. 9:44; Jan-Feb 2002. Page 22-30.

  3. Sinthanayothin C. Image Processing with C++ Builder Part 2: Overlay, Colour to B/W transformation and conversion, Dithering. NECTEC Magazine. 9:45; Mar-Apr 2002. Page 67-73.

  4. Sinthanayothin C. Story on Young Electronics Circuit Competition (YECC) in ICT Year 2002. NECTEC Magazine. 9:45; Mar-Apr 2002. Page 58-63.

  5. Sinthanayothin C. Image Processing with C++ Builder Part 3: Contrast Enhancement. NECTEC Magazine. 9:46; May-Jun 2002. Page 31-39.

  6. Sinthanayothin C. Image Processing with C++ Builder Part 4: Edge Detection. NECTEC Magazine. 9:47; Jul-Aug 2002. Page 32-39.

  7. Sinthanayothin C. Image Processing with C++ Builder Part 5: Segmentation. NECTEC Magazine. 9:48; Sep-Oct 2002. Page 45-52.

  8. Sinthanayothin C. Image Processing with C++ Builder Part 6: Classification/ Recognition. NECTEC Magazine. 10:50; Jan-Feb 2003. Page 33-45.

  9. Sinthanayothin C, Sripakit P. Image Processing with C++ Builder Part 7: Fourier Transform. NECTEC Magazine. 10:51; Mar-Apr 2003. Page 29-43.

  10. Sinthanayothin C, Sripakit P. Image Processing with C++ Builder Part 8: Image Restoration. NECTEC Magazine. 10:52; May-Jun 2003. Page 55-60.

  11. Sinthanayothin C. Image Processing with C++ Builder Part 9: Image Registration. NECTEC Magazine. 11:57; Mar-Apr 2004. Page 49-55.

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NATIONAL COLLABORATION

  • Collaboration with the clinician from Department of Ophthalmology, Faculty of Medicine, Siriraj Hospital.
    Project Title: RETINAL SCREENING :- An Automatic Screening for Diabetic Retinopathy.
  • Collaboration with the clinicians from Faculty of Dentistry, Mahidol University.
    Project Title: CephSmile :- Computerized Cephalometric Tracing and Analysis.

INTERNATIONAL COLLABORATION

  • NECTEC, Thailand & Royal Society UK :- Joint Project (2003-2004) between
    Dr. Chanjira Sinthanayothin, NECTEC & Dr. Sarah Barman, School of CIS, Kingston University
    Project Title: ‘Computerized Analysis for Retinal Images in both Infant and Adult.
  • International Joint Research with Imaging Diagnostic Technology Ltd., U.K. June 2005 – September 2005
    Dr. Chanjira Sinthanayothin, NECTEC & Dr. A Reynold, IDT Ltd., U.K.
    Project Title: 3D Computer Graphics for Orthodontic and Orthognathic Surgical Treatment Simulation Using 3D Thin Plate Spline.

COMMITTEES

  • PR of (The Development of Science and Technology Talent’s Project) DPST Student Society 2003.
  • PR of Bio-Medical Engineering Society of Thailand (BMES, Thailand) 2003.

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