Dr. Linh Truong-Hong is a Marie Curie Fellowship at Optical and Laser Remote Sensing Group, TU Delft Department of Geoscience & Remote Sensing. Before joining TU Delft, he was respectively a post-doctoral researcher at Dublin Institute of Technology and a research fellow at University College Dublin.
Dr. Truong-Hong has involved in many research projects relevant to design new steel connection and process LiDAR data for infrastructure inspection and assessment, urban modeling funded from Enterprise Ireland, Science Foundation Ireland, European Research Council, and H2020
Dr. Truong-Hong has published about 50 peer-reviewed scientific papers and filed 2 patents. His research activity has been recognized through several peer-reviewed international awards for example2019 ICE Manby Prize, 1st place in IEEE 2015GRSS Data Fusion Contest, the Best Track Award at the 2015ISPRS Geospatial Week, and the Highly Recommended Award at the 13th ICCSA.
Through his research achievement, he was invited to deliver featured lectures at Polytechnic University of the Catalonia University of Luxemburg, TU Delft, Ho Chi Minh City University of Transport, Osaka University, Meijo University, and Keisoku Research Consultant Co.
His research interests are to deploy laser scanning and photogrammetry for infrastructure inspection and assessment, urban modeling, assessment, and monitoring construction, scan to BIM, and object detection and semantic extraction.