Pinata Winoto, Assistant Professor



PINATA WINOTO,  Assistant Professor



Microcomputer Applications

Sr Project – Computer Science

Computer Systems

Is/Computer Science Sen Proj

Cryptography & Cryptanalysis

Analysis Of Algorithms


Sept. 2003 – June 2007       Ph. D in Computer Science

University of Saskatchewan, CANADA

Sept. 1998 – Aug. 1999         MA in Economics

University of Mississippi, USA

Sept. 1993 – June 1996         ME in Computer Science

Jinan University, P.R. CHINA

 Aug. 1988 – Sept. 1992         BE in Physics Engineering

Sepuluh Nopember Institute Technology, INDONESIA


Mar. 2008 –Aug. 2012             Assistant Professor in Computer Engineering     Konkuk University, SOUTH KOREA

Sept. 2006 – Feb. 2008           Assistant Lecturer/Post-Doc Fellow in Computer Science     Hong Kong Baptist University, HONG KONG

Mar. 2005 – June 2006           Research Associate/Instructor in Dept. of Computing      Hong Kong Polytechnic University, HONG KONG

Jan. 2004 – Feb. 2005             Research Associate in Institute of Textile & Clothing        Hong Kong Polytechnic University, HONG KONG


Wenzhou Municipal Science and Technology Bureau

Primary Exploration on A Mobile Application System for Smart Care of the Aged: Highly Customized and Individualized Cloud Computing Based Spatial Memory Training Mobile Application System to Improve Functional Independence of the Aged


Early Period Alzheimer’s Disease Memory Training Application:

MeTAP (Memory Training Application) is a highly personal customized spatial memory software system developed on the base of Microsoft Azure. During the aging process, humans have to face a series of memorial problems like memory decline and Alzheimer’s disease. Fortunately, with the help of the Old Mode and the Guardian Mode games in MeTAP application, the elders can train their memories effectively. In the Guardian Mode, the guardian restores the objects and positions used frequently by the old in the Old Mode, then the old can get the corresponding games on the platform, which trains his/hers spatial memory. Additionally, MeTAP has the object searching assistance function. MeTAP uses bright colors to mark daily objects and positions, and it has Auto Speech Recognize function, so that the old can use it with ease. Up till now, there are few products of its kind in both domestic and foreign markets. As the domestic Senior care market becomes increasingly intellectualized and personal customized, this application has enormous research value and a hopeful future of utilization.


Two major R&D projects of WKU regained Sci-Tech funds of Wenzhou

WKU Weetap group won the first prize in 2017 Microsoft Imagine Cup


A Customizable Calculator Application with 3D-Printed Cover for the Visually Impaired in China

A Highly Customizable Parent‐Child Word‐Learning Mobile Game for Chinese Children with Autism

A Multi-User Tabletop Application to Train Children with Autism Social Attention Coordination Skills without Forcing Eye-Gaze Following

“I will Help You Pass the Puzzle Piece to Your Partner if This is What You Want Me to”: The Design of Collaborative Puzzle Games to Train Chinese Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder Joint Attention Skills

“Look to Remove”: a Virtual Reality Application on Word Learning for Chinese Children with Autism

Reflections on the Adoption of Virtual Reality-based Application on Word Recognition for Chinese Children with Autism

Sensory Substitution to Enable the Visually Impaired to Play an Affordable Wearable Mobile Game

The Development of a Kinect-based Online Socio-Meter for Users with Social and Communication Skill Impairments: A Computational Sensing Approach

“Thinking in Pictures?” Performance of Chinese Children with Autism on Math Learning through Eye-Tracking Technology

Training Joint Attention Skills and Facilitating Proactive Interactions in Children With Autism Spectrum Disorder: A Loosely Coupled Collaborative Tabletop-Based Application in a Chinese Special Education Classroom

VPER – A Visual HelPER Device for the Visually Impaired Users