Hoa Khanh Dam is Associate Professor in the School
of Computing and Information Technology, University
of Wollongong (UOW) in Australia. He is Associate
Director for the Decision System Lab at UOW, heading
Software Analytics research program. His
research interests lie primarily in the intersection
of Software Engineering and
Artificial Intelligence (AI).
He develops AI solutions for project managers,
software engineers, QA and security teams
to improve software quality/cybersecurity
and accelerate productivity.
His research also focuses on methodologies and
techniques for engineering autonomous AI
multi-agent systems. Read More
One PhD scholarship is available for commencing in 2020. See the Students page for more details and contact me.
We have been awarded a UGPN research grant (USD $40,000) to develop AI-driven techniques for sustainable project management. The team includes myself (lead principal investigator), Prof. Singh from NCSU, Prof. Gilbert from Surrey, Prof. Ferreira de Carvalho from Sao Paolo and Prof. Ghose from DSL@UOW.
New collaboration with the Defence Science and Technology Group (DSTG) with funding to the tune of approx. $160,000.
Congratulations to Morakot Choetkiertikul on winning Faculty of Engineering and Information Sciences' Best PhD Thesis Prize!
Invited to serve as red judge for the prestigious $5 million IBM Watson AI XPRIZE competition challenging teams to develop and demonstrate how humans can collaborate with powerful Artificial Intelligence (AI) technologies to solve humanity's grand challenges.
Contributions to ICSE 2019: 1 paper at ICSE NIER, 1 x ICSE JF, 2 x MSR and 1 x RAISE
Paper on predicting security vulnerabilities (funded by Samsung) accepted to IEEE TSE.
I've been invited to visit and give a talk at Faculty of Information Technology, Monash University in April, 2018 - check this link for details. Other research vists and talks this year were at Kyushu Uni (Japan), NAIST (Japan) and SMU (Singapore).
I've been invited to serve as Program Co-Chair for the 25th Australasian Software Engineering Conference (ASWEC 2018).
Paper on deep learning for story point estimation in agile development has been accepted to IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering (with Morakot Choetkiertikul, Truyen Tran, Trang Pham, Aditya Ghose, and Tim Menzies).
My research mainly
focuses on exploring new paradigms and technologies
such as Artificial
Intelligence (AI) to tackle various
issues and challenges in different aspects of
software engineering. Currently,
I'm focusing on the following areas:
AI-driven software quality and cybersecurity