TS. Phan Văn Ca
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He received the B.S in Electrical and Electronics Engineering and M.S in Electronics and Radio Engineering from HCM City University of Technology (HCM-UT), The National University of Vietnam in 2002 and 2005, respectively. In 2010, he received the Ph.D degree in Electronics and Radio Engineering from School of Electronics and Information, Kyung Hee University, Republic of Korea. Currently, He has been working as a lecturer at Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, University of Technical Education Ho Chi Minh City.
His research interests focus in the field of Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs), Wireless Communications, Signal Processing and linear/dynamic programming techniques, specifically focusing on optimization and cross-layer design for wireless ad-hoc and sensor networks.
Data Communication and Networks
The aim of this course is to develop an understanding of the architecture, operation and major design issues relating to data networks.
This lecture course provides students an introduction to analog and digital communications. I n particular, at the completion of this course, students will know how to modulate an information signal for transmission across channels.
Advanced Digital Communication
The purpose of this course is to provide the advanced knowledge and ability to apply knowledge of signal processing and random processes to the analysis and design of digital communication systems.
Embedded System design
This course provides students with advanced knowledge of embedded system design process. Students will have ability to design hardware and software parts of an embedded system
- C. V. Phan and J. G. Kim, "An energy-efficient transmission strategy for wireless sensor networks," Proceeding of theIEEE Wireless Communications and Networking Conference (WCNC '07), Hong Kong, Mar. 2007.
- C. V. Phan and J. G. Kim, "Opportunistic Transmission for Wireless Sensor Networks under Delay Constraints," Lecture Notes in Computer Science: Computational Science and Its Applications, vol. 4707/2007, pp. 858-871, Aug. 2007.
- C. V. Phan et al., "Performance Analysis of an Opportunistic Transmission Scheme for Wireless Sensor Networks," Proceeding of the IEEE International Conference on Communications (ICC’08), Beijing, China, May 2008.
- J. G. Kim, C. V. Phan, and W. H. Kim, "Performance Analysis of an Opportunistic Transmission Scheme for Wireless Sensor Networks," IEICE Transactions on Communications, vol. 92, no. 6, pp. 2259-2262, 2009.
- C. V. Phan et al., "An energy-efficient transmission strategy for wireless sensor networks," IEEE Transactions on Consumer Electronics, vol. 56, no. 2, pp. 597-605, 2010.
- Y. S. Park, K. Y. Lee, C. V. Phan, H. H. Choi, and J. G. Kim, “A location-aware routing with hole detouring technique for wireless sensor networks,” IEICE Transactions on Communications, vol.E94-B no.3 pp.827-830, 2011.
- C. V. Phan, “A game-theoretic framework for opportunistic transmission in wireless networks,” Proceeding of the International Conference on Communications and Electronics (ICCE’14), Danang, Vietnam, July 2014
- “Wireless sensor network and method for performing communication therein,” US patent, published, US2012/ 0155326 A1, 2012.
- “Method for detouring hole in position based routing method and a sensor node applying the method,” Korea patent, registered, KR20100103260, 2010.
“Opportunistic Transmission for Wireless Ad-Hoc Networks,” Department of Electronics and Radio Engineering, Kyung-Hee university, South Korea, 2010.
Design of energy-efficient MAC protocol based on IEEE 802.1.5.4
Sponsorship: Sponsored by Samsung Electronics (2007).
Overview: This project is intended to design a new MAC protocol for wireless personal area network (PAN). The reference target is IEEE 802.15.4.
Design of energy-efficient routing protocol for wireless sensor networks
Sponsorship:Sponsored by Samsung Electronics (2008)
Overview: This project is intended to design a new routing protocol for wireless personal area network (PAN). Location information of each sensor is utilized to reduce protocol overhead.
Application of game theory and cross-layer optimization to wireless communication
Sponsorship: Sponsored by Korean government (2008-2011).
Overview:In non-cooperative wireless communication environment exhibiting severe contention and strategic decision, previous approaches fail to capture user behavior. In this project, we model the wireless networks under such environment using the game theory. By doing so, we aim at gaining insight on network dynamics and at designing an incentive mechanism to drive the system to our desired operating point.
Languages: C/C++, Basic, TCL, PERL, VHDL.
Simulation tools: Network simulator (Ns2), NesC, TinyOS, Matlab.
Hardware platforms: Mica motes, FPGA, Microcontroller.
Others: Windows, Linux, Latex, Microsoft office.