VP Nguyen founded and directs Wireless and Sensor Systems Laboratory at the University of Texas at Arlington, where his team is focusing on building wireless, mobile, and embedded systems to identify the opportunities for cyber-physical system-based solutions to monitor and improve human health conditions and their living environments. He has been building wearable, mobile, and wireless sensing systems to monitor human breathing volume, brain activities, muscle activities, skin surface deformation, blood pressure for various healthcare applications. He has also developed systems to monitor objects in the environment such as drones, cars, trees, etc. He obtained his Ph.D. degree in Computer Science from the University of Colorado Boulder in 2018, where he was supervised by Prof. Tam Vu. He is the recipient of ACM SIGMOBILE Research Highlight 2020, Best Paper Award at ACM MobiCom 2019, Best Paper Runner up Award at ACM SenSys 2018, ACM SIGMOBILE Research Highlight 2017, Best Paper Nominee at ACM SenSys 2017, Best Paper Awards at ACM MobiCom-S3 2016-2017.
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