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I had several chances to conduct some technical seminars and training courses. My responsibilities include lecturing, composing reference manual, class document, exercise and presentation. The number of audience in my class are 20 people in average and some are quite large (over a hundred). The followings are some selected courses.

      Oct 2000 - Oct 2002       GRASS workshops for professional people (5 classes in two years, 4 days each)      [http://www.hpcc.nectec.or.th/C1/Grass/Training/index.html]

      Jul 2003                       Introduction to Remote Sensing and Application of ASTER Data (1 days course)

      Jul 2005                       Lecture on "Introduction to SVG" as a seminar topic in NSTDA Annual Conference, NAC 2005, 120 people in the seminar room (half day seminar)                                                  [http://www.nectec.or.th/nac2005/documents/20050330_SVG-XML-01_Presentation.pdf]

      Aug 2005                      XML, SVG (Scalable Vector Graphic) and JavaScript for Interactive Web Map (5 days workshop course)

      Sep 2006                     ArcIMS: Installation, Configuration  and Implementation (1 day course)

      Dec 2006                     Traffic Data Center; Reviewing road traffic data center in abroad and proposing the suitable approach for Thailand [A lecture in 1st ITS Thailand Seminar, over 100 participants from academic, government agencies and professional people]

       Nov 2008                      Introduction to ISO/TC* 204 (more than 30 academic people from several universities in Thailand)   * ISO/TC 204 is a technical committee on Intelligent Transport System in International Organization for Standardization


In addition, I lectured on some academic and technology oriented topics for my colleagues/ team at NECTEC. Lecture duration around 2-3 hours. The number of participants vary from 7-8 people to over a hundred.

The topics cover:

       -  Technology behind Google Earth;  History, Image tiling, Multiple Simultaneous Connection and Functional review.

       -  Map Projection and Coordinate System

       -  Map technology in Personal Navigation Device (PND)

       -  Traffic Data Center; Data Exchange Standard between Traffic Data Center and Service Provider

       -  Traveler Information System

       -  Location Referencing Technology (for Road Traffic Information System)

       -  CMS (Content Management System Technology Review)

       -  Web map technology; Web map principle, Minesota Map Server, MapNik

       - Technology trend in navigation industry and Traffic Information Service