Sawitchaya (Nancy) completed the Ph.D. degree in Mechanical Engineering from Curtin University and D.Eng. degree in Electrical and Information Engineering Technology from King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi in 2018. Her research topic included the content-based video retrieval and data analytics in sports video. She has a background in electronics engineering and experience in working as a process/test engineering analyst specifically at the hardware design analysis using chip models and algorithms in the electronics manufacturing services industry.
Prior to joining the Curtin Institute for Computation in 2019, Sawitchaya worked as a research associate in the School of Public Health, Curtin University. She collaborated with biostatisticians and epidemiologists to develop and internally validate an antenatal prediction model using various machine learning algorithms applied with a comprehensive range of risk factors obtained from Data Linkage WA.
Her current research interest includes software development in advanced circuit design analysis, adaptive signal processing, computer vision in object detection and content-based video retrieval area and data analytics in sports and health.