Currently, with more than 100 academic staff members, FIT is one of the biggest Faculties of IT in the country. The following figure shows the FIT organization chart. Each department is in charge of managing the lecturers and courses of that department. The Scientific Board is in charge of advising the Dean in teaching and scientific research activities. Faculty offices are responsible for administrative work for the Faculty.
Associate Prof., Dr. Tran Dan Thu
Associate Prof., Dr. Le Hoai Bac
Associate Prof., Dr. Nguyen Dinh Thuc
Msc. Lam Quang Vu
Prof., Vu Duong
Head: Associate Professor, Dr Nguyen Dinh Thuc
Research areas: Security Information, Languages Process.
DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER SCIENCES
Head: Associate Professor, Dr. Le Hoai Bac
Research areas: Knowledge-based Systems, Soft Computation, Computer Picture and Visual Processing, Natural Language Processing and Machine Translation, Neural Networks, Learning Machine, Recognition, Genetic Programming, Medical Digital Signal and Image Processing, Semantic Web, Sound Processing.
DEPARTMENT OF SOFTWARE ENGINEERING
Head: Dr. Dinh Ba Tien
Research areas: Advanced Software Design Methods, Object-oriented programming with UML, GIS,
Teaching-assisting Software, Codification and Applications.
DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER NETWORKS AND TELECOMMUNICATION
Head: Senior Lecturer Mai Van Cuong
Research areas: Advanced Network and Telecommunication Technologies, Distribution Systems, VoIP Systems, WAP / PKI and Internet Security, Mobile Agent
DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION SYSTEM ENGINEERING
Head: Associate Professor, Dr. Dong Thi Bich Thuy
Research areas: Executive Information Systems (EIS), Object-approaching Methods in Analyzing and Designing Information Systems/Database, Multi-lingual (Vietnamese, French, English, etc.) Information Search, Work Line Management Systems.
FIT is currently supported by 128 faculty members. In which, all lecturers and senior lecturers have at least Master degrees. All of them have been trained at least one course on teaching methodology. At present, many lecturers continue seeking for higher education abroad in developed countries.