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Dr Cung Vu is a Visiting Senior Fellow, RSIS, NTU. He has over 35 years of experience in industries, academia and government, was listed in Who’s Who in Science and Engineering and has thirty-eight world‐wide patents. Dr Vu is currently a consultant, following his retirement from the U.S. government, focusing in Science and Technology (S&T) in National Security, S&T in Maritime Security, Cyber Security, Emerging Technologies, Renewable Energy for Rural Community and in the Asia-Pacific region. His previous positions include Associate Director at the Office of Naval Research Global in Singapore; Chief Science and Technology Advisor at the National Maritime Intelligence-Integration Office; Branch Chief, Advanced Technologies of the Defense Warning Office; Senior Program Officer of the National Academies. Dr Vu spent more than 20 years in private sector. He received his Ph.D. and B.S. in Chemical Engineering from Monash University, and University of Sydney respectively, both in Australia.
Areas of Expertise
- Emerging Technology
- Cyber Security
- Maritime Security
- Renewable Energy
- Energy and Water Nexus
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CO18086 | The Fourth Industrial Revolution: Its Security Implications
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CO16287 | ASEAN’s Nuclear Power Race: Winding Down for Renewable Energy?
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CO15279 | Future Landscape of Global Technology
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CO15267 | Technological Advances and National Security
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CO15259 | Future of Maritime Security: Role of Science, Technology & Space
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Last updated on 21/12/2022