A bit of history


Thi-Hai-Ha Dang,
HRI Researcher, Software Engineer
Live to make my dreams come true

LinkedIn, StackOverFlow
email: hris2003 at gmail dot com 

About me:
  • Background          : M.Sc in AI and SE, PhD in AI and Social Robotics
  • Idols                      : Elon Musk, George Carlin, Sherlock Homes
  • Interest                  : Software Engineering, Communication, Artificial Intelligence, Ideas, How to go to Mars
  • Skills                      : Programming, Communication, R&D, HRI, Learning/Teaching, Team-Building
  • Language              : C/C++, Java, Python, Android, ROS
  • Qualities                : Quick learner, Discipline, Punctuality, Dependable, Good humour
  • Causes I care about: Peace, Humanity's Survival
  • Mantra                   : "If you can dream it, you can do it" - Walt Disney
Professional Journey:
  • 2017-now    Software Engineer in Robotics and User Interface (EasyMile)
  • 2015-2017   Software Engineer in Robotics and User Interface (EOS-INNOVATION)
  • 2014-15       Software Integrator in Automotive Infotainment System (PARROT)
  • 2014            Software Engineer in Image Processing and Robotics (Aldebaran Robotics)
  • 2012-14       Junior Scientist in Social Robotics (ENSTA-Paristech)
  • 2008-12       PhD. Candidate in AI and Social Robotics (IBISC lab, France)
Awards and Honors
  • Finalist for Best Paper Award at ICAR'2011 (15th International Conference On Advanced Robotics), 2011
  • Best Paper Award at CISA'09 (2nd Mediterranean Conference on Intelligent Systems and Automation), 2009
  • Scholarship for Master Program of Francophone Institute for Computer Science (2005-2008)
  • Honor Participant of Future Leaders of Asia 2005 Conference in Korea (2005)
  • Price “Star of January” - National Price of Excellent Member of the Association of Vietnamese Students (2005)
  • National Price of Excellent Female Student in Computer Science (2005)
  • Member of the 7th National Conference of the Association of Vietnamese Students (2003-2004)
  • 3rd Team Prize in the National Programming Contest for Undergraduate Students, Vietnam (2002)