Thanh Hong Nguyen

PhD Candidate, Computer Science Department

Short Bio

I am a PhD candidate in the Dept. of Computer Science at University of Southern California. I am working with Prof. Milind Tambe at TEAMCORE. I joined USC in fall 2011, before which I got my BSc from Hanoi University of Science and Technology, Vietnam in Jun 2010.

My research interests include game-theoretic modeling, robust solution techniques, and behavioral modeling for real-world security applications. In particular, I have been focusing on developing efficient robust algorithms for handling worst-case cenario of uncertainties in Stackelberg Security Games. Furthermore, I am working on predicting decision-making of human adversaries based on their activity history and incorporate that model into computing the optimal protection strategy for security agencies or the defender.

Current Projects

Game Theory for Security

Game theory, Machine Learning and Environmental Crime

Algorithmic Experimental Game Theory and Human Behavior


Office: 300 Salvatori Computer Science Center
University of Southern California
941 Bloom Walk, Los Angeles, CA, 90089
Email: thanhhng [AT] usc [DOT] edu

Phone: (213)-880-5695