Pham Van Khoa received the B.S. degree in Computer Technology and PhD. degree in Electronic Engineering from the University of Technology and Education, Vietnam and Kookmin University, Korea, respectively.
In 2010, he joined ICDREC (Integrated Circuit Design Research and Education Center), where he was engaged in the development of VN8-01 MCU, the first commercial micro-controller fully designed and fabricated by Vietnamese.
In 2011, he joined University of Technology and Education HCMC, where he is currently a lecturer at Department of Computer and Communication Engineering.
His research interests include Low-power VLSI solutions for Memory, Energy Harvesting, Memristor-based Neuromorphic Computing Systems and Network-on-Chip, MP-System-on-Chip based designs.