Krittin Pachtrachai

PhD cand.


I have joined CMIC in January, 2016 as a PhD student under the supervision of Dr. Danail Stoyanov. I have a BEng in Electronics and Communication Engineering from Sirindhorn International Institute of Technology, Thammasat University, Thailand, MSc in Computer Graphics, Vision and Imaging from University College London, United Kingdom and MRes in Medical Robotics and Image Guided Intervention from Imperial College London, United Kingdom. During the study, I became interested in robotic systems that can be integrated into real world applications and accurately perform any required tasks, particularly the tasks in minimally invasive surgery. My research is focused on adaptive robotic hand-eye calibration and surgical path planning. I am also interested in optimisation algorithms that can be used in calibration problems.


  • 2017

  • science!

    Adjoint Transformation Algorithm for Hand-eye Calibration with Applications in Robotic Assisted Surgery (currently under revision)

  • 2016

  • science!

    Hand-eye calibration for robotic assisted minimally invasive surgery without a calibration object