Pham Viet Hung
Doctor
Department of Probability and Mathematical Statistics

Address
Office: Room 106, Building A5
Tel: 84 024 37563474 / 106
Email: pgviethung@gmail.com
Born in Thai Binh, Vietnam in 1987
Education and academic degrees:
 Bachelor: 2008, Hanoi National University of Education, Vietnam
 Master: 2010, Paul Sabatier University, Toulouse, France
 PhD: 2013, Paul Sabatier University, Toulouse, France
Positions:
Research areas: Stochastic processes, stochastic analysis, random polynomial
PUBLICATIONS
List Publications in MathSciNet
List of recent publications1  Jürgen Angst, Pham Viet Hung, Guillaume Poly, Universality of the nodal length of bivariate random trigonometric polynomials, Transactions of the American Mathematical Society 370 (2018), Pages 8331–8357, SCI(E); Scopus . 
2  Can Van Hao, Pham Viet Hung, A Cramér type moderate deviation theorem for the critical CurieWeiss model, Electronic Communications in Probability, 22 (2017), 12 pp, SCI(E); Scopus. 
3  Pham Viet Hung, Quantitative Central Limit Theorems of Spherical Sojourn Times of Isotropic Gaussian Fields, Acta Mathematica Vietnamica, 42(2017), 637651, (Scopus). 
4  JM. Azais, Pham Viet Hung, The asymptotic formula for the tail of the maximum of smooth Gaussian fields on non locally convex sets, Stochastic Processes and their Applications 126 (2016), 13851411. 
5  JM. Azais, Pham Viet Hung, The record method for two and three dimensional parameters random fields, ALEA, Lat. Am. J. Probab. Math. Stat. 11 (1), 161183 (2014). 
6  Pham Viet Hung, On the rate of convergence for central limit theorems of sojourn times of Gaussian fields, Stochastic Processes and their Applications 123 (2013), 21582174. 
1  Can Van Hao, Pham Viet Hung, Persistence probability for random Weyl polynomials, arXiv:1710.01090. 
2  J. Angst, Pham Viet Hung, G. Poly, Universality of the nodal length of bivariate random trigonometric polynomials, to appear in Transaction of the AMS. 
Highlights
22/03/19, Conference: CIMPA  IMH RESEARCH SCHOOL Hyperplane Arrangements: Recent Advances and Open Problems 
22/03/19, Colloquium Lecture: Selfavoiding walk, spin systems, and renormalization 
22/03/19, Colloquium Lecture: How accurate are solutions of optimal control problems? 
27/03/19, Conference: Trường “Inverse Problems and Deep Learning (Bài toán ngược và học sâu)” 
02/04/19, Conference: International Conference on Applied Probability and Statistics (CAPS 2019) 
18/04/19, Conference: 17th Workshop on Optimization and Scientific Computing 
27/05/19, Conference: Quantum Topology and Hyperbolic Geometry 
02/06/19, Conference: Workshop "Tôpô và Hình học" 