Viet Thanh Pham, PhD
Dr. Viet Thanh Pham received BSc degree in Electronics, Hanoi University of Science and Technology, Vietnam, and got PhD degree at Catania, Italy in 2013. After that, he became a lecturer at Hanoi University of Science and Technology. From 2019, Dr. Pham is working for Faculty of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Phenikaa Univeristy. His research interests are nonlinear circuits, analog/digital circuits, and biomedical signal processing.
Van Su Luong, PhD
Dr. Van Su Luong received his Bachelor in Electronic and Electrical Engineering from Hung Yen University of Technology and Education, Vietnam, in 2008. He received his Ph.D. degree in Mechanical Engineering from Department of Mechanical Engineering, National Kaohsiung University of Applied Sciences, Kaohsiung, Taiwan in 2016. From 2018, he is an employee of Faculty of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Phenikaa University. His research interests include Fluxgate, Spin valve-GMR and TMR magnetometers, Current sensors, E-compass, Eddy-current detectors (EC-NDE), Magnetic Adaptive Testing (MAT-NDE), CMOS-MEMS sensors, and the other Spintronic devices. Dr. Luong was a member of the IEEE Magnetics Society.
Thanh Hai Dao, PhD
Dr. Thanh Hai Dao received BSc degree in Electronics and Communications at Hanoi University of Science and Technology, Vietnam in 2009. He got PhD degree in Information Technology and Communication at Telecom Bretagne, France, in 2015. From 2018, he is working for Faculty of Information and Technology, Phenikaa University, Vietnam. His research interests are optical networks, networks optimization, Ai for communication networks, and big data analytics.
Minhhuy Le, PhD
Dr. Minhhuy Le received BSc degree in Mechatronics at Hanoi University of Science and Technology, Vietnam in 2009. He got PhD degree in Control and Instrumentation, Chosun University, Korea, in 2014. From 2019, he is working for Faculty of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Phenikaa University, Vietnam. His interests are nondestructive testing, UWB radar, signal processing, artificial intelligence, and big data.