Professor Hai Vu
ARC Future Fellow, Director of Research Training, Professor in Transport Engineering,
Department of Civil Engineering
Le Hai Vu is a Professor and Australian Research Council (ARC) Future Fellow in the area of Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS). He recently joined Monash University to lead the ITS research. Prior to that, he spent 5 years at the University of Melbourne and 11 years at Swinburne University of Technology where he has had established and led the Intelligent Transport Systems Lab in a joint partnership with VicRoads and over 16 years rich experience as an academic and researcher.
B.Eng./M.Sc. (Elec. Eng.), Technical University of Budapest (TUB), Hungary.
Ph.D. (Telecomm.), Technical University of Budapest (TUB), Hungary.
Diploma (University Teaching), Melbourne University.
- Intelligent transport systems: traffic monitoring, control and management, smart use of information, connected and autonomous vehicles (CAVs).
- Modelling and design of complex networks: traffic theory, travel demand and behaviour modelling, stochastic optimisation.
- IoT, data analytics and visualization for transportation applications.
Easing urban congestion through intelligent use of distributed information.
Smart use of real-time information provided by intelligent transport systems can ease urban congestion. While sensing and communication technologies appear to be mature, there remain fundamental mathematical challenges in designing a low-cost distributed system. This project will develop a mathematical framework for designing and analysing a distributed mechanism that predicts and wirelessly disseminates urban road traffic congestion. Such a mechanism couples the communication, prediction and route selection policy to load-balance traffic in urban networks.
ARC Future Fellowship (FT2, 2012-2016), $693K AUD.
ARC Discovery Grant (2013-2015) with L. L. Andrew, Y. Nazarathy, S. H. Low and M. Mandjes, $300K AUD.
ARC Discovery Grant (2010-2012) with L. L. Andrew, $150K AUD.
ARC Discovery Grant (2005-2007), $90K AUD.
Cisco CCRI grant (2013-2014), with G. Armitage, $92K USD.
FICT Dean’s Collaborative Grants (2007-2008), $35K AUD.
Swinburne LTPF Funding for Educational Innovation (2007-2008), $30K AUD.
Swinburne Research Development Scheme (RDS) Grant (2006-2007), $20K AUD.
Melbourne University Research Grant, (2004-2005), $16K AUD.
Melbourne University, E&E Department Early Career Researcher Grant, (2003-2004), $10K AUD.
Tung Minh Le
Hien Phuong Luong
Nam Hong Hoang