Mobile Healthcare Systems, Embedded Operating Systems, and Cyber-Physical Systems.
Nhat Pham is a postdoctoral researcher at the Department of Computer Science, University of Oxford. His DPhil (Ph.D.) study was on "Intelligent physiological sensing wearables". The study was supervised by Prof. Niki Trigoni, Prof. Andrew Markam, and Prof. Tam Vu and funded by the University of Oxford DPhil Scholarship. He received his M.Sc. in Computer Science and B.Eng. in Computer Engineering from the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) in 2018 and Vietnam National University - Ho Chi Minh City University of Technology (HCMUT) in 2015, respectively. He is the recipient of CACM Research Highlight 2021, ACM SIGMOBILE Research Highlight 2020, ACM GetMobile Research Highlight 2019, and the Best Paper Award at ACM MobiCom'19. His research interests include Intelligent Wearables for Healthcare and Well-being, Edge-AI, and On-chip Computing.
PROS: an efficient pattern−driven compressive sensing framework for low−power biopotential−based wearables with on−chip intelligence
Nhat Pham‚ Hong Jia‚ Minh Tran‚ Tuan Dinh‚ Nam Bui‚ Young Kwon‚ Dong Ma‚ Phuc Nguyen‚ Cecilia Mascolo and Tam Vu
In Proceedings of the 28th Annual International Conference on Mobile Computing And Networking. Pages 661–675. 2022.
Detection of Microsleep Events with a Behind−the−ear Wearable System
Nhat Pham‚ Tuan Dinh‚ Taeho Kim‚ Zohreh Raghebi‚ Nam Bui‚ Hoang Truong‚ Tuan Nguyen‚ Farnoush Banaei−Kashani‚ Ann Halbower‚ Thang N Dinh and others
In IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing. 2021.
WAKE: a behind−the−ear wearable system for microsleep detection
Nhat Pham‚ Tuan Dinh‚ Zohreh Raghebi‚ Taeho Kim‚ Nam Bui‚ Phuc Nguyen‚ Hoang Truong‚ Farnoush Banaei−Kashani‚ Ann Halbower‚ Thang Dinh and others
In Proceedings of the 18th International Conference on Mobile Systems‚ Applications‚ and Services. Pages 404–418. 2020.