- Bachelor of Engineering (Computer Engineering) with First-Class Honours
- PhD in Computer Engineering
- 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
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Son Lam Phung received B. Eng. with first-class honours and Ph.D. in computer engineering, from Edith Cowan University, Perth, Australia. He was awarded the University Medal in 2000 as the graduating student with the highest course average. Son Lam is currently a Senior Lecturer at University of Wollongong.
Son Lam’s research is in the area of image, video, and signal processing. He has published over 70 papers in international journals and conferences, which have received over 780 Scopus citations (h-index: 11). 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 2 ARC Discovery Projects and 9 university grants. To date, Son Lam has co-supervised 16 HDR students (10 PhDs and 6 Masters) to successful completion, with 7 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.
In teaching, Dr Phung has received the UOW OCTAL Faculty Early Career Award in 2010, Peer Recognition Teaching Award by the Australian College of Educators in 2007 and 2011, and two ESDF teaching grants in 2008 and 2010, and an ERDA teaching project in 2015. Son Lam has served as a member of EIS Faculty Research Committee (2013-present), SECTE Research Committee (2011-present), and SECTE School Education Committee (2009-2011).