Duy Dang-Pham

SST Duy Dang-Pham

Dr. Duy Dang-Pham (Đặng Phạm Thiên Duy) is a Lecturer of Information Technology in the School of Science & Technology, RMIT University (Saigon South Campus, Vietnam). In May 2018, he obtained his Ph.D degree in Business Information Systems, with a specialisation in data analytics for cyber security, from the School of Accounting, Information Systems and Supply Chain at RMIT University in Melbourne, Australia.

Dr. Dang-Pham joined the School of Science & Technology as Lecturer (IT) in June 2018. In May 2020, he was appointed to the position of Senior Program Manager, managing two undergraduate programs: Bachelor of Engineering (Software Engineering) (Honours) and Bachelor of Information Technology. Dr. Dang-Pham also serves as Research Cluster Lead (Computing Technologies) in the School of Science & Technology.

Dr. Dang-Pham teaches and conducts research into the areas of information security governance, business and learning analytics, digital business and innovation, and human-centred artificial intelligence. In 2016, he was awarded the RMIT Prize for Research Impact (Enterprise category), which recognized his active engagement with the industry through conducting impactful research. Since 2018, Dr. Dang-Pham have received various research and teaching awards from RMIT University.

  • Doctor of Philosophy (Business Information Systems)
  • Graduate Certificate in Digital Tertiary Learning and Teaching
  • Bachelor of Business (Honours)
  • Bachelor of Business (Business Information Systems)

 

Machine learning, practical data science, technology leadership & governance, user-centred design, data structures & algorithms, digital business

Behavioral information security, information security governance, business & learning analytics, digital business & innovation, human-centred artificial intelligence, algorithmic experience

  • Dang-Pham, D, Kautz, K, Pittayachawan, S & Bruno, V 2019, ‘Explaining the Development of Information Security Climate and an Information Security Support Network: A Longitudinal Social Network Analysis’, Australasian Journal of Information Systems, pp. 1–28. [ABDC=A]
  • Nkhoma, C, Dang-Pham, D, Hoang, A-P, Nkhoma, M, Le-Hoai, T & Thomas, S 2019, ‘Learning analytics techniques and visualisation with textual data for determining causes of academic failure’, Behaviour & Information Technology, pp. 1–16, (doi: https://doi.org/10.1080/0144929X.2019.1617349) [ABDC=A]
  • Dang-Pham, D, Pittayachawan, S, Bruno, V & Kautz, K 2017, ‘Investigating the diffusion of IT consumerization in the workplace: a case study using social network analysis’, Information Systems Frontiers, pp. 1–15, (doi: https://doi.org/10.1007/s10796-017-9796-5). [ABDC=A]
  • Dang-Pham, D, Pittayachawan, S & Bruno, V 2017, ‘Investigation into the formation of information security influence: network analysis of an emerging organisation’, Computers & Security, vol. 70, pp. 111–123 (doi: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cose.2017.05.010). [ABDC=A]
  • Pham, HC, Dang-Pham, D, Brennan, L & Richardson, J 2017, ‘Information security and people: a conundrum for compliance’, Australasian Journal of Information Systems, vol. 21, pp. 1–16 (doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.3127/ajis.v21i0.1321). [ABDC=A]
  • Dang-Pham, D, Pittayachawan, S & Bruno, V 2017. ‘Applications of social network analysis in behavioural information security research: concepts and empirical analysis’, Computers & Security, vol. 68, pp. 1–15, (doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.cose.2017.03.010). [ABDC=A]
  • Dang-Pham, D, Pittayachawan, S & Bruno, V 2017, ‘Why employees share information security advice? Exploring the contributing factors and structural patterns of security advice sharing in the workplace’, Computers in Human Behavior, vol. 67, pp. 196–206, (doi: http://doi.org/10.1016/j.chb.2016.10.025). [ABDC=A]
  • Dang-Pham, D, Pittayachawan, S & Bruno, V 2017, ‘Applying network analysis to investigate interpersonal influence of information security behaviours in the workplace’, Information & Management, vol. 54, no. 5, pp. 625–637, (doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.im.2016.12.003). [ABDC=A*]
  • Dang-Pham, D, Pittayachawan, S & Nkhoma, M 2015, ‘Demystifying online personas of Vietnamese young adults on Facebook: a Q-methodology approach’, Australasian Journal of Information Systems, vol. 19, pp. 1–22, (doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.3127/ajis.v19i0.1204). [ABDC=A]
  • Dang-Pham, D & Pittayachawan, S 2015, ‘Comparing intention to avoid malware across contexts in a BYOD-enabled Australian university: a protection motivation theory approach’, Computers & Security, vol. 48, pp. 281–297, (doi: 10.1016/j.cose.2014.11.002). [ABDC=A]
  • Dang, D, Tran, Q, Hoang, A-P & Nguyen, L, 2020, ‘Drivers of the employees’ information security compliance: novel insights from employee engagement and empowerment theories’ (USD 8,300.00). RMIT Vietnam Internal Research Grant Scheme 2020 
  • Nguyen, L, Nayak, R & Dang, D, 2020, ‘The influence of Corporate Social Responsibility Activities on Brand Love and Purchase Intention: The empirical study of emerging brands in Vietnam’ (USD 8,500.00). RMIT Vietnam Internal Research Grant Scheme 2020. 
  • Kauz, K & Dang, D 2017, ‘Network Analysis of Research Collaborations between ACIS participants (1990 to 2016)’ (AUD 5,000.00). Australian Council of Professors and Heads in Information Systems. 
  • Akbari, M, Nkhoma, M, Pittayachawan, S & Dang, D 2017, ‘Understanding end users’ online information behaviours and development of an assessment for online literacy: an empirical study in Vietnam’ (USD 5,524.00). RMIT Vietnam Internal Research Grant Scheme 2017. 
  • Calberto, J, Teo, LKY, Dang, D & Nkhoma, M 2016, ‘A Social Network Analysis Approach to Manage Information Risks and Sharing for Supply Chain Performance’ (USD 6,995.00). RMIT Vietnam Internal Research Grant Scheme 2016. 
  • Pittayachawan, S, Jie, F & Dang, D 2014, ‘Developing a KPI for measuring client’s satisfaction of construction projects in Vietnam’ (AUD 8,000.00). RMIT University Asia Research Cluster Grant. 
  • Nkhoma, M., Pittayachawan, S & Dang, D 2014, ‘Organisation’s mobile security behaviours’ (USD 9,500.00). RMIT Vietnam Internal Research Grant Scheme 2014. 
  • Nkhoma, M, Dang, D & Pittayachawan, S 2013, ‘User’s perception of online social networks: A Qmethodology approach’ (USD 2,500.00). RMIT Vietnam Research Poster Competition Prize 
  • Nkhoma, M & Dang, D 2012, ‘Information security measures investment by SMEs’ (USD 8,000.00). RMIT Vietnam Internal Research Grant Scheme 2012.

Currently supervising 2 Ph.D candidates.

  • 2019 College of SEH Recognition of Outstanding Student Experience (ROSE) Award (COSC2130 Professional Computing Practice) 
  • 2019 College of SEH Recognition of Outstanding Student Experience (ROSE) Award (OENG1130 Technology Leadership) 
  • 2019 College of SEH Recognition of Outstanding Student Experience (ROSE) Award (COSC2083 Introduction to IT) 
  • 2020 School of Science & Technology Recognition for Achievements in Research 
  • 2019 School of Science & Technology Recognition for Achievement in Learning and Teaching Activities (Semester 2019-B) 
  • 2019 School of Science & Technology Recognition for Achievement in Learning and Teaching Activities (Semester 2019-A) 
  • 2019 School of Science & Technology Recognition for Achievements in Research 
  • Nominee for the 2018 Australian Council of Professors and Heads of Information Systems (ACPHIS) Doctoral Thesis Award 
  • RMIT Vietnam 2018 Graduate Certificate in Digital Tertiary Learning and Teaching Scholarship 
  • ACS Best Paper Award (Third Place) in the 28th Australasian Conference on Information Systems 
  • 2016 HDR A* Journal Publication Scheme Award 
  • 2016 RMIT Prize for Research Impact–Higher Degree by Research (Enterprise) 
  • College of Business Recognition–Supply Chain Analysis and Design (for achieving 90% satisfaction in Semester 2, 2014) 
  • RMIT International Postgraduate Research Scholarship (IPRS) 2014 
  • Vice-Chancellor’s List Award (for being in top 2% of RMIT University’s graduates in 2013) 
  • Most Authoritative Paper award in A Scholarly Conference on Emerging Technologies for Information Systems and Business Management (ASCENT 2013)
  • 2020–Present: Senior Program Manager (Software Engineering & Information Technology), RMIT University, Vietnam
  • 2018–Present: Lecturer (Information Technology), RMIT University, Vietnam
  • 2014–2018: Ph.D Researcher & Course Coordinator, RMIT University, Australia
  • 2012–2013: Research Assistant, RMIT University, Vietnam
  • 2011–2012: Business Systems Analyst, TRG International, Vietnam