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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 
    DP180102551 (Scalable urban traffic control framework driven by distributed information, $294K AUD)
ARC Future Fellowship (FT2, 2012-2016) 
    FT120100723 (Easing urban congestion through intelligent use of distributed information, $693K AUD)
ARC Discovery Grant (2013-2015) with L. L. Andrew, Y. Nazarathy, S. H. Low and M. Mandjes 
    DP130100156 (Congestion control of networks: a unified stochastic framework, $300K AUD)
ARC Discovery Grant (2010-2012) with L. L. Andrew 
    DP1095103 (Mechanism design for next generation random access wireless protocols, $150K AUD)
ARC Discovery Grant (2005-2007) 
    DP0557660 (Performance evaluation methodologies for the optical Internet, $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

Graduated 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
Nam Hong Hoang
Tarikul Islam


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

Coordinating supervisor:
Neda Taherifar (Swinburne)

Associate supervisor: 
Punthila Jayarathne (Monash)