I am currently a Ph.D candidate at the Department of Computer Science, University of Colorado Boulder and work with Dr. Tam Vu in association with the Mobile and Networked Systems (MNS) Lab. I completed my B.S. degree in computer science with a major in mathematics from University of Science (HCMC - Vietnam) in 2009. I continued my education through my M.S. degree from the Chonnam National University (South Korea) in 2012 with a research focus on pattern recognition, machine learning, and visual information processing.
My research interest spans the areas of building wearable and mobile systems to capture various physiological signals for understanding human body’s health, improving current health care practice, and enhancing smart building efficiency. I have been leading three (03) pivotal projects in which we design and implement novel, practical, and industrial-level hardware and software to realize closed-loop personalized sleep care through high-fidelity brain tracking and just-in-time brain stimulation wearables. We have been collaborating with Children’s Hospital Colorado and Anschutz Medical Campus to prove the medical significance and technical advances of our novel systems. Our contributions were published in selective venues including ACM MobiCom, ACM SenSys, ACM MobiSys with two Best Paper awards from ACM SenSys 2016 and ACM MobiCom 2019, two Best Paper Runner Up awards from ACM MobiCom 2017 and ACM SenSys 2018, four Research Highlights from CACM 2021 and 2018 and SIGMOBILE 2017 and 2016, and four patents.
I am currently in the academic job market.
Campus: Denver and Boulder
Advisor: Dr. Tam Vu
Thesis: Location based Active Contour Model for Object Segmentation from Natural Color Images
Advisor: Dr. Guee-Sang Lee
Thesis: Fingerprint identification system in banking transactions
Advisor: Dr. Pham The Bao