Chatchawal Wongchoosuk

Kasetsart University

Chatchawal Wongchoosuk received the PhD and MSc degrees from Mahidol University and the BSc degree with first class honors in Physics from Prince of Songkla University, Thailand in 2011, 2007, and 2005, respectively. Currently, he is a faculty member of Kasetsart University. He has received over 10 research awards. He has served as a reviewer for several scientific journals such as Journal of Applied Physics, Applied Physics Letters, Crystal Growth & Design, Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics, Food Research International, New Journal of Chemistry, RSC Advances, Organics Electronics, Soft Matter, etc. He has published several dozens of articles in reputed journals and proceedings as well as two book chapters with four patents. His research interests cover the topics of modern Nanoscience and Nanotechnology researches ranging from theoretical modeling of nanomaterials to fabrication of intelligent nanodevices such as hybrid gas sensors, electronic nose, printed electronics, flexible electronics and 3D-nanostructures devices.

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Intelligent system is an advanced machine that can perceive, learn, and solve the problems with a great accuracy. Technologies with intelligent system are currently available in the market and used in real-world applications, i.e., self-driving cars, Siri, Alexa, Facebook, and so on. To exceed human cognitive capabilities, the important keys rely on the development of sensors and algorithms. Therefore, the insight into artificial intelligence (AI) methods becomes a fundamental building block for design and construction of intelligent system with particular applications. This book aims to describe the AI systems ranging from the basic knowledge, i.e., algorithm and mathematical models of AI techniques, fundamentals of machine learning, genetic algorithm, and fuzzy logic, to the current state-of-the-art applications, such as smart road and biomedical applications.

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