Dr Giang Nguyen is a Senior Lecturer in Applied Mathematics at the University of Adelaide. Her research interests include stochastic differential equations, Markov-modulated Brownian motions, stochastic fluid flows, matrix-analytic methods, branching processes, and the Hamiltonian cycle problem. She received a PhD from the University of South Australia in 2009, and completed her postdoctoral studies at the Universite libre de Bruxelles (2009-2012) and at the University of Adelaide (2012-2013). She was the inaugural Treasurer of the Australian Mathematical Society Women in Mathematics Special Interest Group (WIMSIG) (2013-2018), and is currently the Director of Gender Equity, Diversity and Inclusion of the Faculty of Engineering, Computer and Mathematical Sciences, the University of Adelaide. She is a 2019 South Australia Tall Poppy Winner.
Wurm, M., Bean N., & Nguyen G.
(2019). Polyp fiction: a stochastic fluid flow model for coral-algal symbiosis on the Great Barrier Reef. INFORMS APS.
Wurm, M., Baird A., Bean N., Connolly S., Helfgott A., & Nguyen G.
(2019). Polyp fiction: A stochastic fluid model for the Adaptive Bleaching Hypothesis. The Tenth International Conference on Matrix-Analytic Methods in Stochastic Models (MAM10).