Professor of Operations and Supply Chain Management Deputy Director of Networks and Urban Systems Centre Co-Director of Connected Cities Research Group Programme Director of MA Logistics and Supply Chain Management
Professor Li Zhou is an expert on operations and supply chain management in the Department of Systems Management & Strategy, Business School, University of Greenwich. She has been a member of the faculty since July 2005.
Dr Chanh Nguyen is currently the Director of the Division of Applied Science at VinBrain JSC and an affiliated faculty in the College of Engineering and Computer Science, VinUniversity, Vietnam. He got his PhD from KAIST, Korea, in 2018. His background is in robot vision, with specific training and expertise in image enhancement and 3D reconstruction. His current research interest includes medical image segmentation, unsupervised learning, and active learning. As Director of the Applied Science Division, he has been leading several projects such as Chest X-ray-based Pathology Detection, MRI-base Rectal Cancer Tumor regression grade for rectal cancer after neoadjuvant chemoradiotherapy, and CT-based Liver Cancer Diagnosis. Besides medical image-related projects, he also led the development of the Vision System for Smart City project. His team developed several tasks for security purposes in this project, including face recognition. As a senior scientist and the Director of the division, he has supervised and mentored 4 PhDs and others to work on the projects mentioned earlier.
Minh Ngoc Dinh is a senior lecturer in Software Engineering at RMIT University, Vietnam. Dr. Minh Ngoc Dinh received a Ph.D. in Computer Science from Monash University, Australia. His research expertise is in computational science, high-performance computing, and artificial intelligence (AI). Dr. Dinh’s track record demonstrates an intensive focus on runtime-verification methods and machine learning techniques to support scientific modelling and text processing. Dr. Dinh's recent research projects develop an OCR pipeline for digitising Vietnamese doctor handwritings, a customer-behavioral analysis platform for business performance tracking, and deep-neural network-based techniques for enhancing the performance of computational modeling methods.