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Dzung Anh Doan

Dzung Anh Doan

Dzung is a PhD candidate at the Australian Institute for Machine Learning in Adelaide, under the guidance of Prof. Tat-Jun Chin, Dr. Yasir Latif, and Prof. Ian Reid.. Before that, he spent 3 wonderful years at Temasek Labs@SUTD in Singapore as a full-time research assistant, advised by Assoc. Prof. Ngai-Man Cheung. He received Bachelor of Science with Honours (in top 1%) at the Vietnam National University – Ho Chi Minh City (University of Science).

His research interest is robotic vision, at the intersection of robotics, computer vision, and machine learning. For his PhD research, his focus is on visual place recognition under appearance changes for autonomous driving. After more than 5 years of conducting research in both academic and industrial sectors, he acquires an extensive expertise in developing scalable algorithms for visual place recognition, visual localization, and image retrieval.

Australian Centre for Robotic Vision
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