HAIVan is a joint research project, partially supported by ASEA-UNINET, 2016
The goal of this project is to research, develop and educate techniques and methods for analyzing and optimizing critical Internet of Things (IoT) software operated under highly volatile and uncertain conditions in developing countries. We focus on IoT software that are used to monitor critical infrastructures, such as water supply and wastewater systems, in smart cities scenarios.
Students: Pham Thanh Phong, Le Manh Chuc, Dinh Dang Khoa, Dang Thanh Nhat
Research and Training Activities
IoT Education in Vietnam -state-of-the-art and recommendation
Engineering Analytics for IoT software in developing worlds
List of publications
- Tien-Dung Cao, Huu-Hanh Hoang, Hiep Xuan Huynh, Binh-Minh Nguyen, Tran-Vu Pham, Quang Tran-Minh, The-Vu Tran, Hong-Linh Truong, IoT Services for Solving Critical Problems in Vietnam: A Research Landscape and Directions, IEEE Internet Computing Magazine, Sep/Oct, 2016.