Deep LearningParallel ComputingNetwork ReliabilityMachine LearningData Mining
Dang Nguyen is a researcher at Division of Data Science (Ton Duc Thang University), Vietnam. He was awarded a Postgraduate Research Scholarship of Deakin University (Australia) and has been working as a PhD student in Computer Science at Deakin University since 05/2015.
He holds a Master degree in Computer Science from the University of Information Technology (Vietnam National University of Ho Chi Minh) in 2009. His Master thesis involves in developing efficient algorithms for searching all minimal paths in a network and evaluating the network reliability.
Recently, he has published 05 articles in Elsevier and Wiley journals and 04 papers in Springer proceedings related to parallel computing, data mining, and its applications in the public health field. His current research interests are network reliability, data mining, machine learning, and their applications to medical datasets.