Gave a guest lecture in Dr. Adam Perer\'s class at the University of Pennsylvania (remotely)
Published an interactive for the Game of Thrones season 7 premiere "Winter is here".
Gave a talk "Storytelling with data" at Chulalongkorn University in an event hosted by Faculty of Communication Arts and Faculty of Engineering.
Gave a talk at D3 Bay Area User Group Meetup, hosted by Andreessen Horowitz in Menlo Park, CA
Published an interactive about Game of Thrones and was featured on Entertainment Weekly, The Next Web, Gizmodo, Flowingdata and many other publishers around the world: USA, UK, Germany, Czech, Portugal, Spain, Australia, New Zealand, etc.
Gave a guest lecture in Prof. Marti Hearst\'s Information Visualization class at UC Berkeley
Gave a guest lecture in Prof. Rahul Basole\'s Information Visualization class at Georgia Tech (remotely)
Published a blog post "Visually explore funnels of user activities" on Twitter Engineering Blog
Open source Labella.js, a library for placing labels on a timeline without overlap.
Gave a guest lecture in Prof. David Gotz\'s Information Visualization class at University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill (remotely)
Game of Tweets was publicly displayed Twitter #Flight Conference.
Gave a talk at "Big Data Visualization - South Bay" Meetup, hosted by CA Technologies in Santa Clara, CA
Gave a talk in the event "CodeMania X2: Data Science 101" at Faculty of Engineering, Chulalongkorn University. Videos from the session are on YouTube.
Presentation "From Data to Visualization, what happens in between?" was featured on the Slideshare homepage. Screenshots #1 #2 #3
Interviewed by Nation Radio FM 90.5 MHz Bangkok.
Interviewed by Marketeer Magazine (Vol.14 No.165 November 2013) in column "Highway to Silicon Valley". (image)
Interviewed by Bangkok Business News TV in Thailand for the "Business Talk" program. View the clip here.
Interviewed by the Nation newspaper in Thailand for the column "Byteline & Technology". View the article here.
Slides from my talks are now available on slideshare.net.