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Boonserm Kulvatunyou

Dr. Serm Kulvatunyou is a computer engineer in the Process Engineering Group of the Systems Integration Division (SID) of the Engineering Laboratory (EL) at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST).

Dr. Kulvatunyou worked at Oracle before joining NIST in 2011. He was a Standards and Products Architecture for Oracle Applications Integration Solutions. There, he worked with engineers across middleware and several oracle applications to architecture the service-oriented implementation for A2A as well as B2B integrations.

Dr. Kulvatunyou has been working with industry and research communities to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of systems integration and interoperability. He has been working with industry standard development organizations such OASIS, UN/CEFACT, AIAG and the Open Applications Group (OAG) to develop and improve standards for electronic business. He was the chief architect of the NIST/OAG/AIAG Inventory Visibility working group that developed new generation of communications and messages for vendor-managed inventory, automotive warranty claim, and semantic integration.

Dr. Kulvatunyou published widely. He is a recipient of the 2007 SME Outstanding Young Manufacturing Engineer, 2007 AIAG Outstanding Contributor Award, and 2013 OAG Outstanding Contributor Award.


ARES: Automated Risk Estimation in Smart Sensor Environments

Athanasios Dimitriadis, Jose L. Flores, Boonserm Kulvatunyou, Nenad Ivezic, Ioannis Mavridis
Industry 4.0 adoption demands integrability, interoperability, composability, and security. Currently, integrability, interoperability and composability are
Created April 2, 2019