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Phung, Son Lam. Associate Professor

Associate Professor

  • Faculty of Engineering and Information Sciences
  • School of Electrical, Computer and Telecommunications Engineering
  • Signals, Information and Communications Research Institute (SICOM)
  • Centre for Signal and Information Processing (CSIP)

Overview


Son Lam’s research is in the area of image, video, and signal processing. He has published over 90 papers in international journals and conferences, which have received over 1660 Scopus citations (h-index: 18).

Son Lam has received paper awards at 4 international conferences (ANZIIS-2001, AVSS-2009, EUVIP-2010, DICTA-2014), and the Highly Commended Supervisor Award at the 2012 Canon Extreme Imaging Competition. Dr Phung has been a Chief Investigator for 3 ARC Discovery Projects, 1 Defence Innovation Network Pilot Project, and 9 university grants.

To date, Son Lam has co-supervised 21 HDR students (13 PhDs and 8 Masters) to successful completion, with 10 students as the principal supervisor. He has been an Organizing Committee member for three international conferences, and a peer reviewer for numerous journals and conferences.

Top Publications


Research Overview


  • Image, Video, and Signal Processing, Visual Perception, Artificial Neural Networks pattern recognition, machine learning, radar imaging, ground-penetrating radar, magnetic resonance imaging, atomic force microscopy imaging

Available as Research Supervisor

Available for Collaborative Projects

Member Of


  • IEEE Senior Member 2014 -

Selected Publications


Investigator On


Other Research Activities


Available as Research Supervisor

Potential Supervision Topics


  • - image, video, and signal processing
    - visual perception
    - artificial neural networks 
    - pattern recognition
    - machine learning
    - radar imaging
    - ground-penetrating radar
    - magnetic resonance imaging
    - atomic force microscopy imaging

Advisees


  • Graduate Advising Relationship

    Degree Research Title Advisee
    Doctor of Philosophy Artefact Removal for High-Resolution FMRI and Its Application in Brain Imaging Duong, Soan
    Doctor of Philosophy Dynamic Scene Recognition Peng, Xiaoming
    Doctor of Philosophy Predicting Cancer Therapy Outcomes with Multimodal Imaging and Deep Learning Ang, Paul
    Doctor of Philosophy Deep Learning for Radar Signal Processing Le Hoang, Thanh
    Doctor of Philosophy Domestic Multi-channel Acoustic Scene Detection and Classification for Monitoring of Dementia Patients using Neural Networks Copiaco, Abigail
    Doctor of Philosophy Sparse Bayesian Learning for Through-Wall Radar Imaging Theoharis, Angelos

Awards And Honors


Teaching Overview


  • - UOW Outstanding Contribution to Teaching and Learning, Faculty of Informatics Early Career Award 2010.

    - Peer Recognition Teaching Award by the Australian College of Educators in 2011.

    - Peer Recognition Teaching Award by the Australian College of Educators in 2007.

    - UOW Educational Strategic Development Fund (ESDF) grant, "Integrating MATLAB-based experimentation into engineering curriculum,” Son Lam Phung, Abdesselam Bouzerdoum, Montserrat Ros, 2010, $6,000.

    - UOW ESDF grant, "Developing an immersive environment and platform for microcontroller study,” Montserrat Ros, Son Lam Phung, David Stirling, Peter Vial, Christian Ritz, 2008, $14,000.

    - UOW Educational Resource Development Agreement, ERDA Project, “Enhancing microcontroller curriculum with video resources,” 2015.

Keywords


  • image-processing, video-processing, signal-processing, visual-perception, artificial-neural-networks, pattern-recognition, machine-learning, radar-imaging, magnetic-resonance-imaging, atomic-force-microscopy-imaging

Mailing Address


  • University of Wollongong, SECTE (EIS)

    Northfields Avenue

    Wollongong

    NSW

    2522

    Australia

Top Publications


Research Overview


  • Image, Video, and Signal Processing, Visual Perception, Artificial Neural Networks pattern recognition, machine learning, radar imaging, ground-penetrating radar, magnetic resonance imaging, atomic force microscopy imaging

Member Of


  • IEEE Senior Member 2014 -

Selected Publications


Investigator On


Other Research Activities


Potential Supervision Topics


  • - image, video, and signal processing
    - visual perception
    - artificial neural networks 
    - pattern recognition
    - machine learning
    - radar imaging
    - ground-penetrating radar
    - magnetic resonance imaging
    - atomic force microscopy imaging

Advisees


  • Graduate Advising Relationship

    Degree Research Title Advisee
    Doctor of Philosophy Artefact Removal for High-Resolution FMRI and Its Application in Brain Imaging Duong, Soan
    Doctor of Philosophy Dynamic Scene Recognition Peng, Xiaoming
    Doctor of Philosophy Predicting Cancer Therapy Outcomes with Multimodal Imaging and Deep Learning Ang, Paul
    Doctor of Philosophy Deep Learning for Radar Signal Processing Le Hoang, Thanh
    Doctor of Philosophy Domestic Multi-channel Acoustic Scene Detection and Classification for Monitoring of Dementia Patients using Neural Networks Copiaco, Abigail
    Doctor of Philosophy Sparse Bayesian Learning for Through-Wall Radar Imaging Theoharis, Angelos

Awards And Honors


Teaching Overview


  • - UOW Outstanding Contribution to Teaching and Learning, Faculty of Informatics Early Career Award 2010.

    - Peer Recognition Teaching Award by the Australian College of Educators in 2011.

    - Peer Recognition Teaching Award by the Australian College of Educators in 2007.

    - UOW Educational Strategic Development Fund (ESDF) grant, "Integrating MATLAB-based experimentation into engineering curriculum,” Son Lam Phung, Abdesselam Bouzerdoum, Montserrat Ros, 2010, $6,000.

    - UOW ESDF grant, "Developing an immersive environment and platform for microcontroller study,” Montserrat Ros, Son Lam Phung, David Stirling, Peter Vial, Christian Ritz, 2008, $14,000.

    - UOW Educational Resource Development Agreement, ERDA Project, “Enhancing microcontroller curriculum with video resources,” 2015.

Keywords


  • image-processing, video-processing, signal-processing, visual-perception, artificial-neural-networks, pattern-recognition, machine-learning, radar-imaging, magnetic-resonance-imaging, atomic-force-microscopy-imaging

Mailing Address


  • University of Wollongong, SECTE (EIS)

    Northfields Avenue

    Wollongong

    NSW

    2522

    Australia

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