Sr (Dr) Thuy-Linh Nguyen is a Lecturer at the School of Business, Australian Catholic University since 2005. Prior to this, she has been lecturing and tutoring since 1992 at Canberra University, Monash University, and RMIT University. She has also worked as a programmer at the Australian Defence Force Academy (1994-97) and Monash University (1998).
Thuy-Linh holds a PhD in Computer Science at Monash University. Her PhD thesis, which was biologically and theologically inspired, designed a data model for evolvable web systems. The thesis was assessed as "an excellent piece of scientific work", and was passed without further examination (ungraded).
Other formal qualifications include:
Scholarships, Awards and Grants
Thuy-Linh has been awarded the following scholarships, awards and grants:
Outside the academic world, Thuy-Linh is a Catholic religious Sister who enjoys and is very active in working with young people. She has founded and is currently coordinating the Salesian Youth Club, a strong youth organisation in her parish. Her commitment in volunteer work has been rewarded with the support of many benefactors, including from the local and federal governments:
She also loves singing, composing music, playing instruments, and writing poems.
Thuy-Linh's areas of research interest include
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