Assistant to the President for Research and Technology Transfer
Khon Kaen University
Department of Computer Engineering
Faculty of Engineering, Khon Kaen University
Daranee Hormdee graduated from Khon Kaen University,
Thailand, in 1996, obtaining bachelorĺs degree (B.Eng.) in Computer
Engineering. Since then, she has joined the University and worked as a
Junior Lecturer. In 1997 she was awarded the Thai Government Scholarship
to pursue Master and Doctorate Levels.
In 1998 and 2002 she gained an M.Sc. in Advanced
Computer Science with a project title ôAn Analysis of Asynchronous
Processor Pipelinesö and a Ph.D. in Computer Science with a thesis title
ôCopy-back Cache Organisation for an Asynchronous Microprocessorö,
respectively, which were both carried out in the AMULET group at the
Department of Computer Science, the University of Manchester, UK.
After graduated, she has continued to serve Khon Kaen
University, Thailand, as a Lecturer in the Department of Computer
Engineering. In 2005, she was awarded an Assistant Professor position in
Computer Engineering. Her research interests include Asynchronous Logic
Design, Digital System Design, Embedded Systems and Microprocessor Systems
Since 2007, Ms. Hormdee has also served the
University as an Assistant to the President for Research and Technology
In her spare time she is a keen traveler.