- PhD Researcher
- The University of Queensland
“Huy” Van Nhat Huy Nguyen joined the Centre as a PhD Researcher in April 2023 and is based at The University of Queensland (UQ). Huy completed his Bachelor of Computer Science (Honours) at UQ, receiving First Class Honours. His dissertation was on detecting misinformation from multiple news topics, and his research interests include natural language processing and data linkage.
Huy’s PhD project “Expanding Data Sets to Allow Improved Critical Care for Children – Inpatient Risk Prediction” is a collaboration with government partner Queensland Health, and is supervised by Dr. Sen Wang, Dr. Ruihong Qiu, and Associate Professor Kristen Gibbons and Dr. Sainath Raman (Queensland Health). His research focuses on developing inpatient risk prediction models for paediatric patients at risk of sepsis. Huy is inspired by the Centre’s vision to solve real-world problems, using a diverse range of expertise and technologies. He is looking forward to collaborating with colleagues across the Centre and with Queensland Health to improve the quality of children’s healthcare.
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