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The Morpheus Project is being developed by Perception Codes which is an immersive technology-focused software studio founded in early 2019.
Dr Sirisilp is an Eiffel scholarship recipient where he started his research career at Telecom SudParis in France. He is specialized in Software Engineering and Human-Computer Interaction. He published many research articles on Virtual and Augmented Reality, he teaches object analysis and design, object oriented programming, and software development life cycle to university students.
Assoc. Prof. Dr Chaiyasarn received his PhD and undergraduate studies from the University of Cambridge. He specialized in Machine Learning, Image Processing, Virtual and Augmented Reality in Civil Engineering applications, and preservation of historical sites using photogrammetry technologies where he published many papers in this area.
Dr Vasakorn Morakul is a qualified medical doctor from Chulalongkorn University, a leading medical school in Thailand. He started his career as a medical professional, and soon after he set up a successful pet food business with annual revenue of 200 M Baht. His passion for entrepreneurship and cutting-edge technology has led him to join the Perception team as Chief Strategic Officer to oversee the company’s business operation.
Ms Emily Smith (Smith Associates Ltd.) specializes in developing digital, cultural and creative partnerships to achieve market growth and audience engagement. Emily’s 25-year career spans museum, cultural and creative sectors in leading organizations including the Natural History Museum, London, the National Gallery, London, London Philharmonic Orchestra, Atlantic Productions and the Royal Court Theatre.
Dr Narun Popattanachai is a legal counsel, holding joint positions at the Financial and Fiscal Law Division and the Law Reform Division, the Office of the Council of State. He served as a member of the secretariat team supporting the legislative drafting committees for the Law on Digital Asset Business (2018) as well as for the Act on Legislative Drafting and Assessment of the Outcomes of the Law (2019). In addition, Narun was appointed as the country liaison coordinating with the OECD in implementing regulatory reform and mainstreaming good regulatory practice under the Thailand-OECD Country Programme. In addition to his roles in the Government, he researches and teaches (both at domestic and foreign universities) on topics including law and finance, law and disruptive technology especially financial technology (fintech) as well as securities regulation. Narun read law at University College London (UK) graduating with Upper Second Class (2:1) honors. He went on to complete two master’s degrees from UCL and Columbia Law School (USA) as well as a doctorate (J.S.D.) also from Columbia in 2018. He has been admitted to the New York Bar since 2013.