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Jarutas Andritsch, Lecturer

Dr Jarutas Andritsch

Lecturer

Faculty of Business, Law and Digital Technologies

Biography

Jarutas is a lecturer in computing in the Faculty of Business, Law and Digital Technologies. She joined Solent University in January 2021 and teaches data science, data analytics and programming. She received a doctoral degree (PhD) in computer science from University of Southampton in 2014.

Jarutas has been working on multiple research projects related to data science-oriented projects, ie, data engineering, data analysis, and data modelling. For example:

  • Proof of concept for an AI procedure in chest X-Ray screening, funded by The Global Challenges Research Fund (GCRF@Essex Engagement Fund)
  • Interactive monitoring and feedback for tele-rehabilitation on mobile application and developing a system, for health care analysis by using big data for osteoarthritis patients, a funded project with industry (Thaicom)
  • Sleepwalking Detection and Monitoring System Using Smart Devices.

She also has been working in the data analytics domain. For example, analysing Twitter data to monitor a flooding incident in Hat Yai municipality in Thailand, and a prediction model using supervised learning approach. She also has been appointed to a consultancy committee for the Royal College of Radiologists of Thailand, for developing AI procedures related to researching and developing tools for improved medical diagnosis.

Her research focus is on using technology for supporting the health care system, to improve quality of life and accessibility of advanced healthcare technologies and enhancing teaching and learning using technologies. The main focus relates to using health data or educational data to analyse and predict patterns of activities, stages, or emerging situation using AI and machine learning.

Taught courses

Further information

Teaching experience

2021 to date: Solent University, Lecturer, Computing, Faculty of Business, Law and Digital Technologies

2019 – 2021: University of Winchester, Hourly Paid Lecturer, Computing, Faculty of Business, Law and Digital Technologies

2005 - 2021: Prince of Songkla University, Lecturer, Information and Communication Technology, Faculty of Science

2010 - 2013: University of Southampton, Demonstrator for practical labs, Computer Science

Research interests

  • Technology deployment in education, health and wellbeing.
  • Problems solving applying the concepts of Artificial Intelligence (machine learning, statistics and data analytics and software engineering, etc).
  • Design and development of workflow management system and the use of Semantic Web.
  • Data analytics and visualisation and web technologies.

Recent publications

Damkliang, K., Andritsch, J., (née) Pattanaphanchai, J, Khamkom, K., & Thongthep, N. (2019). “A System for Sleepwalking Accident Prevention Utilizing the Remote Sensor of Wearable Device”. ECTI Transactions on Computer and Information Technology (ECTI-CIT), 13(2), pp.160-169. Research output: Contribution to journal › Article

Pattanaphanchai, J.(2019). “An Investigation of Students’ Learning Achievement and Perception using Flipped Classroom in an Introductory Programming course: A Case Study of Thailand Higher Education”. Journal of University Teaching & Learning Practice, 16(5), pp.1-17. Research output: Contribution to journal › Article

Pattanaphanchai, J., Leelertpanyakul, K., and Theppalak, N.(2019). “The investigation of student dropout prediction model in thai higher education using educational data mining: A Case study of Faculty of Science, Prince of Songkla University”. Journal of University of Babylon for Pure and Applied Sciences (JUBPAS), 27(1), pp.356-367. Research output: Contribution to journal › Article

Wongsirichot, T., Pattanaphanchai, J., Sopayada, N., Hayeewaehama, S. (2017). “A Prototype of Sleepwalking Detection and Monitoring System Using Smart Devices”. Advanced Science Letters, 23(6), pp.5126-5129. Research output: Contribution to journal › Article

Pattanaphanchai, J. (2019). “Students’ Opinions Toward Assessment Rubric in Information and Communication Technology Programme, Faculty of Science”. Poster presented at the 8th PSU Education Conference & 4th Inspirational Scholar Symposium, Songkhla, Thailand, 2019, pp.480-481. Published conference proceeding › Conference contribution

Pattanaphanchai, J. (2018). “The Investigation of Learning Style of 2nd Year Students at Information and Communication Technology Programme, Faculty of Science, Prince of Songkla University”. Poster presented at the 7th PSU Education Conference, Songkhla, Thailand, 2018, pp.418-419. Published conference proceeding › Conference contribution

Pattanaphanchai, J. (2018). “Student’s Opinions Towards English-Based Teaching and Learning Classes in a Regular Curriculum Course.” In Proceeding of the international Science Technology Engineering Mathematics-Education Conference (iSTEM-Ed 2018). Bangkok, Thailand, 2018. pp. T3-2 - T3-7. Published conference proceeding › Conference contribution

Pattanaphanchai, J. (2017). “English-based Teaching in Regular Courses for Improving Students’ English Competency”. Poster presented at the 6th PSU Education Conference, Songkhla, Thailand, 2017, pp.414-415. Published conference proceeding › Conference contribution

Pattanaphanchai, J. (2017). “Perception of Student towards Active Learning for Introductory Programming.” In Proceeding of the international Science Technology Engineering Mathematics-Education Conference (iSTEM-Ed 2017). Chiang Mai, Thailand, 2017, pp. 48-50. Published conference proceeding › Conference contribution

Pattanaphanchai, J. (2016). “In-class Activities for Active learning in Data Structures and Algorithms Course”. In Proceeding of the 5th PSU Education Conference, Songkhla, Thailand, 2016, pp.26-35. Published conference proceeding › Conference contribution

Pattanaphanchai, J., O'Hara, K., and Hall, W. (2015). “TWINE: Supporting assessment of trustworthiness of web information using linked data.” In Proceeding of the 3rd International Conference on Information and Communication Technology (ICoICT). IEEE Conference Publications, 2015, pp.234-239. Published conference proceeding › Conference contribution

Pattanaphanchai, J., O'Hara, K., and Hall, W. (2013). “Trustworthiness criteria for supporting users to assess the credibility of web information.” In Proceedings of the 22nd international conference on World Wide Web companion (WWW '13 Companion). International World Wide Web Conferences Steering Committee, Republic and Canton of Geneva, Switzerland, 2013, pp. 1123-1130. Published conference proceeding › Conference contribution