Dr Duy Dang-Pham (Đặng Phạm Thiên Duy) is a Senior Lecturer in The Business School, RMIT University (Saigon South Campus, Vietnam).
Prior to joining The Business School, Dr. Dang-Pham has been Lecturer of Information Technology in the School of Science & Technology for three years, where he taught courses in computer science areas such as data science & machine learning, data structures & algorithms, user-centered design, and technology leadership. During this time, Dr. Dang-Pham was also Senior Program Manager for two undergraduate programs, Bachelor of Engineering (Software Engineering) (Honours) and Bachelor of Information Technology. His responsibilities included growing the programs and academic teams, leading initiatives that enhanced research, learning & teaching, and developing strategic relationships with key industry partners in the technology and engineering areas such as Microsoft, IBM, Intel, VNG, ABB, Bosch, and Ericsson.
In 2016, Dr. Dang-Pham was awarded the RMIT Prize for Research Impact (Enterprise category), which recognized his active engagement with the industry through conducting research. Since 2018, he has received various research and teaching awards at RMIT University, including the “Living RMIT’s Values” award in 2021 for contributions to growing the programs while maintaining excellence in research and teaching.