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Hai Le Vu, Ph.D.


Professor, ARC Future Fellow


Monash Institute of Transport Studies
Faculty of Engineering
Monash University


hai.vu at monash dot edu

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I am Professor and Australian Research Council (ARC) Future Fellow in the area of Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS). I have joined Monash University in 2016 to lead the ITS research. Prior to that, I spent 5 years at the University of Melbourne and 11 years at Swinburne University of Technology where I have established and led the Intelligent Transport Systems Lab in a joint partnership with VicRoads.

Over the 17 years as an academic and researcher, my positions have included:

Work Experience:
2016 - Present
         Professor - Faculty of Engineering, Monash University
         Director of Research Trainig, Department of Civil Engineering
         Research interests: Intelligent Transport Systems, Traffic modelling and management, Distributed control and optimisation
2013 - 2016
         Professor - Faculty of SET, Swinburne Univ. of Technology
         Research interests: Smart use of information, Stochastic optimal control, Mechanism design
2009 - 2012
         Associate Professor - Faculty of ICT, Swinburne Univ. of Technology
         Associate Dean Research (2010-2012)
         Research interests: Wireless communications, Stochastic modelling, Performance analysis (network and comm. protocols)
2005 - 2008
         Senior Lecturer - Faculty of ICT, Swinburne Univ. of Technology
         Research interests: VoIP over wireless, 802.11 MAC protocol, Wireless communications and networks, Network security
2000 - 2005
         Research Fellow - CUBIN, E&E Engineering Department, The University of Melbourne
         Research interests: TCP over Wireless, MAC protocol, Optical network design, OBS, GMPLS
1998 - 2000
         Research Engineer - Siemens Ltd., Development Division, Hungary
         Duties: IP over ATM, QoS, IntServ/DiffServ, SLA Monitoring
1994 - 1998
         R&D Test Engineer - Siemens Ltd., Development Division, Hungary
         Duties: EWSD testing, Software development


Qualifications: B.Eng./M.Sc. (Elec. Eng.), Technical University of Budapest (TUB), Hungary, 1994.
Ph.D. (Telecomm.), Technical University of Budapest (TUB), Hungary, 1999.
Diploma (University Teaching), Melbourne University, 2006.


Funding:
ARC Discovery Grant (2018-2020) with K. An, $294K AUD
ARC Future Fellowship (FT2, 2012-2016), $693K AUD
ARC Discovery Grant (2013-2015) with L. L. Andrew, Y. Nazarathy, S. H. Low and M. Mandjes, $300K AUD
ARC Discovery Grant (2010-2012) with L. L. Andrew, $150K AUD
ARC Discovery Grant (2005-2007), $90K AUD

Cisco CCRI grant (2013-2014) with G. Armitage, $92K USD
FICT Dean's Collaborative Grants (2007-2008), $35K AUD
Swinburne LTPF Funding for Educational Innovation (2007-2008), $30K AUD
Swinburne Research Development Scheme (RDS) Grant (2006-2007), $20K AUD
Melbourne University Research Grant, (2004-2005), $16K AUD
Melbourne University, E&E Department  Early Career Researcher Grant, (2003-2004), $10K AUD

Passed PhD students:
Melbourne University:
Andrew Zalesky
Jun Guo
Malka N. Halgamuge
Dongxia Xu

Swinburne Univ. of Technology:
Kewin Stoeckigt
Hong Suong Nguyen
Imrul Hassan
Abolfazl Nazari
Wei Dong
Antonio Giardina
Tung Minh Le
Hien Phuong Luong
Shiva Pokhrel
Tarique Anwar


Current PhD students:
Principal coordinating supervisor: 
Nam Hong Hoang (Swinburne)
Tarikul Islam (Swinburne)
Tin Nguyen (TU Delft)
Loan Do (Swinburne)
Atousa Tajaddini (Monash)
Cuong Nguyen (Monash)

Coordinating supervisor:
Neda Taherifar (Swinburne)

Associate supervisor: