Telecommunications and the Digital Economy
Professor Doan B. Hoang is a Professor in the School of Computing and Communications, Faculty of Engineering and Information Technology, the University of Technology, Sydney (UTS). Before joining UTS, he was an academic staff at University of Sydney’s Basser Department of Computer Science. He held various visiting positions: Visiting Professorships at the University of California, Berkeley; Nortel Networks Technology Centre in Santa Clara, USA; the University of Waterloo, Canada, Carlos III University of Madrid, Spain, and Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.
He is a Director of iNEXT - UTS Centre for Innovation in IT Services and Applications, a research centre at the University of Technology, Sydney for developing and nurturing innovation for the NEXT generation IT services and applications, including Internet-enabled business applications, mobile health services, high-end visualization technologies, novel image processing architectures, and advanced video surveillance systems. He is also the Director of the Advanced Research in Networking (ARN) Laboratory.
He was involved in several DARPA-sponsored projects including Openet, Active Networks, DWD-RAM: A Data-Intensive Service-on-Demand Enabled by Next Generation Dynamic Optical Networks. His research has been sponsored by many competitive research grants including Australian Research Council (ARC) Discovery, Telecom Australia and Industry Linkages Grants.
His industrial experiences include: Senior architect, Nortel Networks; Voice & Data communications manager in Research and Development Department, Telecommunications, Fujitsu Australia Limited; Radio-communications Engineer, Telecom Australia. He is also a telecommunications and IP networks consultant.
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