Seminar: Tips and guides for effective research and productive publication

Hôm nay, ngày 22/9/2011, nhân dịp sang làm việc tại Trường Đại học Công nghệ, nhận lời mời của Khoa Điện tử - Viễn thông và Phòng thí nghiệm SIS, Giáo sư Nguyễn Đình Thông (Professor Thong Nguyen) đã trình bày một báo cáo liên quan đến phương pháp triển khai nghiên cứu khoa học một cách hiệu quả và viết bài báo đăng kỷ yếu hội nghị/ tạp chí khoa học với tiêu đề: "Tips and guides for effective research and productive publication".

Với kinh nghiệm trên 40 năm làm nghiên cứu, quản lý nghiên cứu và đào tạo, bài nói chuyện của Giáo sư Thông đã thu hút được sự quan tâm của trên 40 cán bộ, giảng viên, nghiên cứu sinh, học viên và sinh viên của Khoa Điện tử - Viễn thông, Khoa Công nghệ Thông tin, Phòng thí nghiệm SIS. Sau đây là nội dung trình bày và tiểu sử khoa học của Giáo sư Thông.

Abstract:

The talk presents the detail nuts and bolts useful for PhD candidates to manage their own PhD research program effectively in order to maximize the research output in terms of thesis writing and paper publications. The tips and guides in this talk are drawn from the speaker's own life-long experience in research and research supervision at various universities, mainly in Australia, New Zealand and Vietnam. Asian PhD candidates will find the talk very useful because the speaker has successfully supervised many PhD candidates from most Asian countries during his career.

Speaker biography: PROFESSOR THONG NGUYEN, PhD (Auck), FIEAust, FIPENZ, IEEE

Professor Thong Nguyen was awarded a Colombo Plan Scholarship by the New Zealand Government in 1961 to study in New Zealand. He obtained his Bachelor of Engineering degree with First Class Honours form the University of Canterbury - New Zealand, in 1965 and PhD degree in Antenna Theory from the University of Auckland in 1969.

Before 1975 he was the Deputy Director of National Centre of Technology in Saigon (now Ho-Chi-Minh University of Technology (Đại học Bách khoa Tp. Hồ Chí Minh). In 1975, he joined the Department of Electrical Engineering, University of Auckland, as a Senior Lecturer. In 1985, he was promoted to Associate Professor and Head of a large IT research unit in the same department.

In 1989 he was appointed to the Chair and Head of Department of Electrical & Electronic Engineering at the University of Tasmania-Australia.

For four years from 1991-1995, he was the Foundation Executive Dean of the School of Engineering and Architecture at the University of
Tasmania. After that, he resumed the Headship of Department of Electrical & Electronic Engineering.

He has authored and co-authored of more than 180 research publications and successfully supervised more than 27 Research Masters and PhD students in the fields of Signal and Speech Processing, Image Processing and Video Coding, Multicarrier Modulation (MCM) and Equalisation techniques, Smart Antennas and MIMO systems, Broadband Wireless Access Technologies including WiFi and WiMAX, and in Cognitive Radio and Cooperative Relay Networks over recent years. He has taught in Canada, Vietnam, Malaysia and of course Australia and New Zealand.

He has traveled widely in most ASEAN countries over the past two decades working on education consultancy projects and establishing
institutional links for the University of Tasmania (UTAS) and University of Technology Sydney (UTS).

He retired from the University of Tasmania as an Emeritus Professor in 2005 and moved to Sydney to join the University of Technology, Sydney, as an Adjunct Professor. Since then, he also has spent many months a year as an Honorary Professor and Advisor at the University of Engineering and Technology (UET), Vietnam National University, Hanoi.