Hi there, I’m Phuc.
Currently I’m a Ph.D student at the ML-Labs cohort, based in Dublin City University, Ireland, under the supervison of Professor Alan Smeaton and Dr. Graham Healy.
I have interest from theoretical to practical aspects of building intelligent system, with focus on Representation Learning, Unsupervised / Self-supervised Learning and Differentiable Computing.
For the latest update of my research, see: Google Scholar, Semantic Scholar, ORCID iD.
Contrastive Representation Learning: A Framework and Review
Journal article published in IEEE Access. Link: arXiv, IEEE. Invited talk: HackML meetup.
I enjoy developing and contributing to Open Source Software in my free time. Belows are some of my major open-source projects, for more detail check out my Github:
- Lightning-hydra-template: A template for small-scale research-oriented deep learning project using Pytorch Lightning, Hydra and Tensorboard.
- Pytorch-3D-Point-Cloud-Generation: A popular port to Pytorch of “Learning Efficient Point Cloud Generation for Dense 3D Object Reconstruction”.
- Anomaly-XRay-GANs: An early attempt at combing GAN and Autoencoder for anomaly detection in Xray images.
- D2L-VN: I am a Collaborators and help translate Dive Into Deep Learning book to Vietnamese.
- Machine Learning Yearning Vietnamese Translation: I am a contributor and help translate Machine Learning Yearning book to Vietnamese.
- Slack Visual Summary: A proof of concept demo to visually summarize a Slack channel using Machine Learning.
- Reviewer for: ICLR 2022, NeurIPS 2022
- Content editor for SigMM.org (2019-now)
I have treasured over the years some unsolicited comments, feedbacks and good wishes from people that I deeply admired and respected. I decided to publish it here as some sort of “recommendation” or “testimonial”, and also to remind myself more often.
Thank you all very much, you helped me to be who I am today and will continue to influence who I will become in the future.
... I was particularly happy that he always stayed interested in what we actually do, and was always happy to learn more, even when it was far outside of his area of expertise. ... We are all very grateful for the great work he did for us and we are sorry to see him go.
He is lying - his writing actually *is* good :)
I appreciate your help ever. Some messages to you. After going abroad, you will see a lot of talented people, who are not comparable with me or something. You have a lot of chance to learn from them, if you keep having respect. And if you keep making efforts and studying, sometimes they will help you. Then, your future is brilliant. I hope you achieve something great success. Good luck!