Dinh Nam Vo

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Master of Computer Science

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Dinh Nam Vo

DBLP[1], Google Scholar Citation[2], ORCID[3], Researchgate[4]

Education

  • Sep 2017 – present: Chung-Ang University

Ph.D., Knowledge Engineering, Computer Science and Engineering, Seoul, South Korea

  • Aug 2009 – Aug 2011: Nice Sophia Antipolis University

MSc. in Computer Science and Information Engineering, Nice, France

  • Sep 2000 – Sep 2005: Danang University

Bachelor of Computer Science, Danang City, Vietnam

Research Interests

  • Data mining, Recommendation system, Machine learning, Convex optimization.

Research Experience

  • Sept 2017 – present: Researcher, Chung-Ang University, Computer Engineering, Seoul, South Korea

Journal Publications

Book Chapters

Conference Proceedings

  • Nam D. Vo, Hoang Long Nguyen, Li Gen, Jason J. Jung [5], David Camacho [6]: "Conceptual Design of Incremental Matrix Consolidation Operation for Recommendation Systems", In Proceeding of the ISSAT International Conference on Data Science in Business, Finance and Industry (DSBFI 2019), Danang, Vietnam; July 2019.
  • Nam D. Vo, Jason J. Jung [7]: "Towards Scalable Recommendation Framework with Heterogeneous Data Sources: Preliminary Results", In Proceeding of the 14th International Conference on Signal-Image Technology & Internet-Based Systems (SITIS), Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain; Nov 2018. [LINK]

Activities

  • June 2019

Reviewer for The 18th International Conference on Intelligent Software Methodologies, Tools, And Techniques (SoMeT 19)

  • Sept 2018

Reviewer for The 17th International Conference on Intelligent Software Methodologies, Tools, And Techniques (SoMeT 18)

  • March 2018 - Jun 2018: Chung-Ang University

Teaching Assistant (TA) for C++ (2) programming practice lecture of Prof. Jason J. Jung in Computer Engineering

  • Sept 2017 - Dec 2017: Chung-Ang University

Teaching Assistant (TA) for C++ (1) programming practice lecture of Prof. Jason J. Jung in Computer Engineering