Mintra is a first year PhD student in the Graduate School of Creative Design Engineering at Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST). She is a member of Interactions Lab. Mintra's research focus is Human-computer Interaction. She is now exploring AR/VR technology to promote mental wellness.
Conducting research, supporting research projects, analyzing results and generating ideas. My current research is supported by the Graduate School of Creative Design Engineering, DxD Lab, and Interactions Lab.
Teaching various classes related to Human-computer Interaction, Web and Mobile application development, and Fundamental of Database and Programming. Conducting research and assisting in the supervision of student research projects, development of student skills and assessment of student knowledge.
Teaching Mobile Device Appication Development (Android)
Conducting researcha and teaching courses. I have fully taught one course titled Computer Organization and Architecture and was a co-lecturer for many courses such as Internet Technology for Daily Uses, Computer and Business Information Technology.
Responsible for developing Web applications using Ruby on Rails. One of the applications is an online tool for planning and analyzing data and images generated by a portable water robot named ESP. It enables users to plan a mission before deployments, remote troubleshooting, sync data generated from ESPs to a dedicated server, and process log files and images. After analyzed large dataset, an online tool will generate the visualizations which allow users to interact, filter and export. Moreover, this application is extended to serve user the visualizations of big data generated by water sensors around the world.
Conducting researcha and teaching courses. I have fully taught one course titled Moderm Programming Technology and was a co-lecturer for many courses such as Design Patterns and Computer Graphic.
Developing a web application for telecommunication service using Spring, Spring MVC, Hibernate, Object-oriented and Java technology.
Senior project: Information Technology JobsMatching By Groovy on Grails
 Sirisilp Kongsilp, Mintra Ruensuk, Matthew N. Dailey, and Takashi Komuro. 2017. Tablet Fish Tank Virtual Reality: a Usability Study. International Conference on Artificial Reality and Telexistence Eurographics Symposium on Virtual Environments (ICAT-EGVE'17). Adelaide, Australia. [Poster][Research Gate]
 Mintra Ruensuk. 2016. An implementation to reduce internal/external interruptions in Agile software development using Pomodoro Technique. In Proceedings of 15th IEEE/ACIS International Conference on Computer and Information Science (ICIS 2016). Okayama, Japan, 669 - 672. [IEEE Xplore]
 Mintra Ruensuk, Buraskorn Yoosuka and Pongpol Nilaphruek. 2015. A Special Capstone Course for Exchange Students on Agile Software Development Using Scrum Methodology. PKRU Conference on Development of New and Innovation Research for the AEC. Phuket, Thailand.
 Mintra Ruensuk, Woraphon Lilakiatsakun. 2010. Information Technology Jobs Matching By Groovy on Grails. In Proceedings of Conference on Electrical Engineering/Electronics Computer Telecommunications and Information Technology (ECTI-CARD). Pattaya, Thailand, 343 - 348.
Apart from being a full-time graduate student and a research assistant, I enjoy most of my time listening to music and watching movies and TV series. I am so addicted to Pop music especially international pop music and K-pop. My favorite K-pop group of all time is Girls' Generation (SNSD 소녀시대). I love watching Crime TV Series such as Criminal Minds, NCIS, and Bones.
I am not a fan of spending time for outdoor activities, but if I do, I usually take a walk for sightseeing. I cannot resist catching the nice weather in South Korea.