"The most interesting thing I have learned is the value of interdisciplinary research."
What trend do you foresee in Software Product Line (SPL)?
Software Product Line has been proven as a useful methodology for developing software applications. In SPL, a successful software product is highly dependent on the validity of an SPL. Hence, validation is a significant process within SPL. Recently, validation of SPL has been discussed as an important issue and research has focused on the maturity of SPL.
What did you investigate in your last publication?
In my last published paper "Learning Object Repository: Introducing a Rule-Based Method as a Conceptual Design Technique". This paper aims to support the diversity in LOs repositories, and validate user's selection of LOs. Moreover, our rules support the auto-selection process. The main contribution of this paper is a novel approach to represent and validate knowledge related to learning objects using a novel variability modeling approach.
What are the most interesting or surprising things you have learned about since your arrival at Management and Science University?
The most interesting thing I have learned is the value of interdisciplinary research. I do believe that exchange of knowledge is becoming urgent these days. For instance, at the modern research universities, computer science is a vital part in engineering, medicine, chemistry, economy, astronomy and almost every field of science. Our collaboration in research gives the results with more confidence, realistic, and professionalism.
What topics have you been teaching until now at Management and Science University?
During 10 years of teaching experience I have taught many computer science courses such as Data Structures, Programming Languages, Artificial Intelligence, Software Engineering, and recently Automated Software Engineering.
What was your most successful moment?
The most successful moment happen when my Springer book chapter was published.
Your recommendation(s) and advice for young researchers who would want to pursue research in Automated Software Engineering?
Automated Software Engineering (ASE) is considered as a current and future of the software applications. There are many challenges and issues need to be explored and solved. The advantages of the ASE have been proved by both academic research and industry.
What are the current research projects you are working on?
Currently, I am working in two projects; the first one is the automation of student learning path way. The second project is related to brain computer interface.
Were you inspired by a famous scientist or engineer?
Yes, by the Associate Professor Somnuk Phon-Amnuaisuk who was my supervisor during my PhD study in Multimedia University.
What is your feeling about open-access publication? Do you recommend it?
Open-access publication provides a great chance to fill the gap between academic and industry. In computer science, there are many useful research works that are hidden from real practitioners in industry due to the fees that publishers are using. Academicians and practitioners should work together to prove the quality of the research. Thus, open-access publication guarantees the research quality.
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