About Me

My name is Sivadon Chaisiri (aka Boom), a Thai computer scientist who is enthusiastic about applying Operations Research to computer science problems. Currently I am a Research Fellow at the Cyber Security Lab (aka CROW), the University of Waikato, New Zealand. I am also the Deputy Head of CROW. Since joining the University of Waikato in January 2015 I have worked in STRATUS, a six-year, NZ$12.2 million cyber security project, funded by MBIE. While working at the CROW, I was also the Principal Investigator for Parent-Centric Privacy Framework for a Safe Cyber Environment for Children, a privacy-aware software development project funded by the New Zealand’s Office of Privacy Commissioner (OPC) and Survey of New Zealanders’ Mobile Internet Security Awareness, a statistical survey project funded by InternetNZ. My current research interests include Operations Research (specifically, stochastic programming), cyber security economics, context-aware access control, cyber insurance, data provenance, internet-of-things security, and resource management of distributed systems.

View my most recently updated work experience profile at this LinkedIn page.

Education

B.Sc.

Computer Science, Thammasat University, Thailand (2002)

M.Eng.

Computer Engineering, Kasetsart University, Thailand (2005)

Ph.D.

Computer Engineering, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (2013)

Publications

Please see my Google Scholar profile for a (nearly) complete list of publications. This DBLP page is another source where you can find some of my publications.

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