I am currently a second year student of the Mathematics for Real-World Systems Centre for Doctoral Training programme at the University of Warwick. My research interests are Machine Learning, Mathematical Modelling and Operational Research.
I'm originally from Vietnam and live in Nottingham.
I lived in Russia for 7 years and did all my degrees there in Russian. Beside my mother tongue (Vietnamese) and English, I can speak Russian fluently.
I'm currently doing research on applying Bayesian Optimisation in searching for solutions that are robust to disturbances or that can work in different environments under the supervision of Prof Juergen Branke from Warwick Business School.
Publications and awards
2020: WSC Diversity Award at Winter Simulation Conference 2020.
2020: Hoai Phuong Le and Juergen Branke, Bayesian Optimization Searching for Robust Solutions in Proceedings of Winter Simulation Conference 2020.
Education and academic achievements
2018-2019: MSc in Mathematics for Real-World Systems, University of Warwick (with distinction)
2008-2010: MSc in Financial Management at Southern Federal University, Russia (with distinction)
2004-2008: BSc in Mathematical Analysis at Rostov State University, Russia (1st class)
2004: 1st place for South Kavkaz Olympiad in Higher Mathematics, Russia
2003-2004: Russian for Engineering and Natural Sciences
2003: Full scholarship from Vietnamese Government to study in Russia
2002-2003: 1st year in Department of Mathematics, Hue University's College of Education, Vietnam
1999-2002: Quoc Hoc High School, gifted in Mathematics, Hue city, Vietnam