Journal of Information Science and Technology

The Journal of Information Science and Technology (JIST) is an academic journal established by the collaboration of 20 faculties that conduct courses related to Information Technology, namely, Bangkok University, Dhurakij Pundit University, King Mongkut's Institute of Technology Ladkrabang, King Mongkut's University of Technology North Bangkok, King Mongkut's University of Technology Thonburi, Mae Fah Luang University, Mahanakorn University of Technology, Mahasarakham University, Mahidol University, Nakhon Phanom University, Panyapiwat Institute of Management, Prince of Songkla University, Rangsit University, Siam University, Silpakorn University, Sripatum University, Thai-Nichi Institute of Technology, Walailak University, Burapha University and Phayao University. According to the agreement of deans of all faculties, Mahanakorn University of Technology was appointed as a coordinator of the journal. The journal was established in 2010 and plans to publish 2 issues per year.

 

 


Accepted papers will be reviewed by minimum 3 reviewers with "Accept" result.



Volume / No. / Month: Volume 8 No 1, JAN - JUN 2018

Initial Submission Window (dd/mm/yyyy):
01/01/2018 - 30/04/2018

Submit Offline:
jist@mut.ac.th

Final Submission (dd/mm/yyyy):
15/06/2018 (Only Accepted Papers)



Volume / No. / Month: Volume 8 No 2, JUL - DEC 2018

Initial Submission Window (dd/mm/yyyy):
01/07/2018 - 30/10/2018

Submit Offline:
jist@mut.ac.th

Final Submission (dd/mm/yyyy):
15/12/2018 (Only Accepted Papers)


Frequency: 2 No. Per Year



Highlight of Current issue [JULY-DECEMBER 2017]

 

Application of Geo-informatics to Analyze Street Light Performance have been Affected by Air Pollution: Case study in Mueng Mahasarakham Municipality
By.นุชนาฏ บัวศรี และ ชนินทร จิตรกลาง

 

Geo-informatics application for analyzing the efficiency of street lighting bulbs affected by air pollution. The data collected from each pole in the study area were collected. And count the traffic from the five points of the traffic. Calculate polution with CALINE 4 and shows the spatial data by estimating the range (IDW) and analyzing the air pollution by Cluster and Outlier technique. Pollution value of pollutants Calculate the luminous flux of the lamp. And the model that has the effect of polluting the calculations. Analysis of air pollution It found that pollutants were swarming in heavy traffic areas. Analysis of the luminous efficiency. The normal values of sodium lamps, high vapor pressure (HPS) and fluorescent (Flu) lamps are 10.56 lux and 2.16 lux respectively, as a result of carbon monoxide (CO) And particulate matter (Pm10), resulting in higher sodium vapor pressure, higher vapor pressure Fluorescent lamps and fluorescent lamps were reduced to 6.33 lux and 1.26 lux, respectively. The efficiency of light bulbs was 40% and 41.67%, respectively. Directly to the luminous efficiency of the lamp. << read full paper>>

 
Home Surveillance Security Systems Using an ESP8266 Embedded Device
By. ไพโรจน์ เหลืองวงศกร, วรพล ลีลาเกียรติสกุล, สุรณพีร์ ภูมิวุฒิสาร, พัชวรัทย์ พิพัฒน์ธนอุดมดี

 

Security surveillance systems provide a peace of mind to home users. The current security problem is that most of the time such systems relies solely on CCTV security cameras. In fact, distinct factors, such as house fire or electric leakage, may have a severe impact on home users’ life. Although some companies have comprehensive home security solutions, it still has a high cost and therefore cannot reach people with low incomes. Currently, embedded system technologies can help electronic devices work with various sensors to create an effective monitoring and alarm system with affordable costs. In this paper, we bring the ESP8266 Embedded Device together with sensors to create a secure home security system. With gas detection sensors, smoke detectors and CCTV motion detection, the surveillance systems can send alerts when gas leaks, smoke or motion is detected at an affordable price. <<read full paper>>

 

 

other articles in Current issue

  • A Prediction Model for Road Accident Risk in the New Year with Data Mining
  • The Development of Mobile Application for Requesting Emergency Assistance from Crowds
  • A Prototype of Decentralized Architecture Using Blockchain for Medical Records and Research: A Case Study of a Private Hospital Group in Thailand
<< Read more>>

 

Publication

Conferences

NCIT-2006 by KMUTT
NCIT-2008 by RSU
NCIT-2010 by KMITL
NCIT-2012 by MUT
NCIT-2013 by KMUTT
NCIT-2014 by DPU
NCIT-2015 by KMITL
NCIT-2016 by WU
NCIT-2017 by MU
NCIT-2018 by MSU

 

Manuscript Preparation Guide

The template for writing the journal is available for downloading . Length of the paper should be in between 6-12 pages of A4 size. Text should be typewritten or printed with double-spaced in 11-point of A4 white paper with margins of 1.5" for top, 1.25" for left, and 1" for bottom and right sides. All pages must be numbered sequentially. Here are some guidelines.

 

• Abstract which length 100-200 words
• Introduction which talks about the problem and related research
• Materials and methods use for experimentation
• Results of the experiment
• Discussion and Conclusion

 

Submissions Please submit your paper in MS Word to jist@mut.ac.th or http://ist-journal.mut.ac.th



Accepted papers will be reviewed by minimum 3 reviewers with "Accept" result.



Volume / No. / Month: Volume 8 No 1, JAN - JUN 2018

Initial Submission Window (dd/mm/yyyy):
01/01/2018 - 30/04/2018

Submit Offline:
jist@mut.ac.th

Final Submission (dd/mm/yyyy):
15/06/2018 (Only Accepted Papers)




Volume / No. / Month: Volume 8 No 2, JUL - DEC 2018

Initial Submission Window (dd/mm/yyyy):
01/07/2018 - 30/10/2018

Submit Offline:
jist@mut.ac.th

Final Submission (dd/mm/yyyy):
15/12/2018 (Only Accepted Papers)



Frequency: 2 No. Per Year