One of the Department’s vision is to become the nation’s leading computer department in research with a standard comparable to renown, leading university. The Department understands the importance of research work and consistently strives to create an atmosphere and environment conducive to research.  Each research group has its own laboratory to encourage faculty members with common research area to work together. This creates an exchange in information and a productive research environment.

The faculty members and researchers within the Department have an expertise in diverse fields such as:

  • Computer Vision and Image Processing
  • High Performance and Grid Computing
  • Software Engineering and Service Oriented Architecture
  • Security and Cryptography
  • Computer Networking and Simulation
  • Speech and Natural Language Processing
  • VLSI Design and Embedded System
  • Reliability Engineering
  • Geoinformatics

Students in each degree program who are interested in research are welcome to participate to create a learning environment through dialog to exchange ideas in classrooms, labs, and specialized research labs under the close supervision of the expert instructor. The Department’s research work has provided a good foundation in computer engineering to our students and has also provided solutions to many technological challenges facing today’s industry.


Geoinformatics Laboratory a KMUTT (GLaK)

GLaK develops new computing capabilities for processing spatial information, focusing on solutions which are effective but also inexpensive enough for less-developed countries and easy-to-use for relatively untrained people.

Head of Laboratory: Kurt T. Rudahl
Assistant Head: Dr. Sally E. Goldin
Location: Witsawawattana Buliding, 10th floor, Room 1047

Concurrent Algorithms and Scalable Technology (CAST)

The mission of the laboratory is to be a key contributor in building technology that will solve the research problems in the area of high performance and real time computing. Our research topics include, but not limited to, parallel architectures and algorithms, system resiliency, JAVA distributed technology, load balancing, and grid computing
Head of Laboratory:Associate Professor Dr. Tiranee Achalakul
Assistant Head:Rajchawit Sarochawikasit
Location: Witsawawattana Buliding, 11th floor, Room 1131

Edutainment & Socio-interaction Computing (ESIC)

ESIC Lab is EDUTAINMENT & SOCIO-INTERACTION COMPUTING Research Group leaded by Dr. Priyakorn Pusawiro and Dr. Jaturon Harnsomburana at Computer Engineering Department, King Mongkut’s University of technology Thonburi, Thailand. ESIC has been created in response to design the embedded system, digital media technologies and interactive software into museum, exhibition, stage performance and dramatisation.

Head of Laboratory: Dr. Priyakorn Pusawiro
Location: Witsawawattana Buliding, 10th floor

Multimedia Communications Laboratory (MCL)

The MCL was founded in 2000 and led by Assoc. Prof. Thumrongrat Amornraksa. Our research focuses on digital image processing, digital watermarking, video encoding, cryptography and data security, and digital image forensics.

Head of Laboratory: Assoc. Prof. Thumraonrat Amornraksa, Ph.D.
Faculty: Assist. Pipat Supasirisun
Location: Witsawawattana Buliding, 11th floor, Room -

Logic and Security Laboratory

Our research areas are Formal methods for Cryptographic Protocols and Network Security, Coloured Petri Nets, Logic Programming and Logics in Computer Science.
Head of Laboratory: Assoc. Prof. Yongyuth Permpoontanalarp, Ph.D.
Location: Witsawawattana Buliding, 11th floor, Room -

And more

  • Geoinformatics Laboratory at KMUTT : GLaK
  • Concurrent Algorithms and Scalable Technology : CAST
  • Multimedia Communications Laboratory : MCL
  • Computational Intelligence and Optimization : CIO
  • Edutainment & Socio-Interaction Computing : ESIC
  • Intelligent and Entertainment Technology Laboratory : INENG
  • Speech and Language Technology Laboratory: SALT
  • Computer Aided Design Laboratory: CAD


During the last year of undergraduate curriculum, senior students must conduct their senior projects for graduation. The senior projects can be research-oriented or inventions. Several senior projects were submitted for competitions in both national and international levels. Some projects were of interest of business or industry and received support from KMUTT unit which was set up to promote investment and marketing of students’ projects.