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Professor Hung Nguyen

Pro Vice-Chancellor (Faculty of Science, Engineering and Technology)


Professor Hung Nguyen is Pro Vice-Chancellor for the Faculty of Science, Engineering & Technology at Swinburne University of Technology. With strong research interests in biomedical engineering, artificial intelligence, and neuroscience, he has developed several medical devices for diabetes, disability, fatigue, and cardiovascular diseases. Professor Nguyen has published 330 refereed research articles and has been granted 13 full patents, received more than $6m of external competitive research funding, and has been involved in the generation of $9.5m of commercialisation income. 

Professor Nguyen was appointed a Member of the Order of Australia in 2002 and was awarded a UTS Teaching Award (Individual Category) in 2000 and the 2016 Chancellor’s Medal for Exceptional Research at UTS. He was Assistant Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Innovation) (2014-2017) and Dean of the Faculty of Engineering and Information Technology (2010-2014) at UTS, and was Founder/CEO of AIMedics Pty Ltd (2001-2006). He is a Fellow of the Institution of Engineers, Australia; the Australian Computer Society; and the British Computer Society.

Research interests

Medical Devices and Diagnostics; Automation and Control Systems

PhD candidate and honours supervision

Higher degrees by research

Accredited to supervise Masters & Doctoral students as Principal Supervisor.

Fields of Research

  • Biomedical Engineering - 090300

Teaching areas

Medical Devices and Diagnostics


Also published as: Nguyen, Hung; Nguyen, H. T.; Nguyen, Hung T.; Nguyen, Hung Tan
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Recent research grants awarded

  • 2018: Non-invasive detection of hypoglycaemia in people with diabetes using brain wave activity *; NHMRC Project Grants
  • 2018: Non-invasive prediction of adverse neural events using brain wave activity *; ARC Discovery Projects Scheme

* Chief Investigator

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