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Tin Leelavimolsilp

Postgraduate research student

I am a 3rd-year PhD student in Agents, Interaction and Complexity (AIC) research group under a supervision of Dr Long Tran-Thanh and Dr Sebastian Stein. I am truly grateful for the ECS studentship which allows me to study here and provides a chance to fulfill my goal to become a lecturer in the future.

My current research is on blockchain which is an underlying foundation of digital cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin and Ethereum. I am also interested in a decision making process in multiagent systems and a resource allocation mechanism for distributed computing systems. 


PhD in Computer Science, University of Southampton, UK. (Oct 2016 - Present)

MSc in Computer Science (Distinction), University of Southampton, UK. (Sep 2015 - Sep 2016)

  • Dissertation Title: Evaluation of External Reward Scheme as an Incentive Mechanism in P2P Storage Systems

Non-Degree Research Student, Waseda University, Japan. (Apr 2009 - Jan 2010)

Vocational Education in Japanese Language, ECC Kokusai College of Foreign Language, Japan. (Aug 2007 - Mar 2009)

BEng in Information Engineering (Lower Second), King Mongkut's Institute of Technology Ladkrabang, Thailand. (Jun 2003 - Mar 2007)

  • Dissertation Title: Agriculture Goods E-Auction


Research interests

  • Blockchain Mining in Bitcoin and Proof-of-Work based systems;
  • Computational resource allocation mechanism in distributed computing systems;
  • Spatiotemporal simulation and prediction of physical phenomena (e.g. weather and landslide)


Professional activities

Chair of Poster Track, HAI-2018 at University of Southampton (Dec 2018)

IT Project Engineer, KDDI Thailand Ltd, Thailand. (Jul 2014 - Oct 2014)

  • Managed and implemented IT-infrastructure solutions which included but not limited to computer network, business telephone system, computers and servers.
  • Created documents related to project progress, manual, and project completion report.

Teaching Assistant, King Mongkut's University of Technology Thonburi Thailand, Thailand. (Jun 2011 - May 2014)

  • Designed and marked programming homework and examination.
  • Delivered pre-lab introductory briefing and supervised lab session.
  • Organised recitation class as requested.

Conferences attended

The 13th Conference on Neural Information Processing Systems 2016 (NIPS-2016), Barcelona, Spain

The 17th International Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems 2018 (AAMAS-2018), Stockholm, Sweden


Mentor (2016 - Present)

Demonstrator (2017 - Present)


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