Dr. rer. nat. Chi Tai Dang

I was a researcher (post-doctoral associate) and lecturer in Computer Science (i.e., AI in Human-Computer Interaction) at the Augsburg University, Germany. At the Lab for Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence of the department of computer science, I worked on projects covering Internet of Things (IoT), Smart Homes, Multi-Surface Environments, Surface / Tabletop Computing, Computer Vision, Mobile Applications and Interactions, and related topics.

Apart from my main research focus, part of my daily tasks and responsibilities at the lab included research in and developing/advancing web-services for research and lecturing, system and network administration, network and application security, securing systems/applications and many related responsibilities.

I received my PhD in Computer Science from the Augsburg University (2016). Before my doctorate, I received a Master’s degree in Computer Science from the University of Ulm, Germany and a Diploma from the University of Applied Sciences Augsburg, Germany.

During my study, I worked at Fujitsu Siemens Computers GmbH for nearly 6 years (~60% of fulltime) in various departments in the field of software engineering / development for server software, xml document transformation, embedded software, pocket pc, platform independent solutions, networks and virtual networks, wireless enterprise authentication and many other topics.

Some of the skills that I could develop and intensified at Fujitsu Siemens through practical application are .NET, .NETCF, XML, XSL[-T][-FO], XSD – XPath, Audio, DirectSound/Music, Streaming, Debian, LAMP, Networks, Distributed Systems, Embedded Systems, Mobile Devices, User Interfaces, or User Interaction.

In addition to that, I have lot of fun with (and am experienced in) the usual suspects of programming/developer skills such as C, C++, Java, HTML, CSS, Ajax, Restful APIs, Python, Perl, Tcl/Tk, PHP, Objective-C, Swift, WPF, SQL, PL-SQL, OpenGL, OpenCV, DirectX, DirectSound, Android SDK / NDK, Apple iOS/macOS, Usability Engineering / Testing, User Experience, Agile Methods, Scrum, Bash scripting, and many others.

Have a look at my academic activities, projects, and publications (Google scholar, ACM Author Profile, DBLP1, DBLP2)