Dr. Ha Quang Hung

Dr. Ha Quang Hung

At Fulbright School of Public Policy & Management (FSPPM), Dr. Hung is a research fellow in projects, such as natural capital management ((NCM), https://mekong.org.vn), disruptive technologies for public asset governance (DT4PAG), and Zero-emission Electric Vehicle (ZEV). In his research, Dr. Hung employs spaceborne/air-borne, and unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV), spatial analysis, and geospatial big data in policy research and analysis at Fulbright.

Dr. Hung focuses his work on issues related to environmental and climatic problems, agricultural transformation, and renewable energy in Vietnam and lower Mekong region. His current research was on the environmental impacts of industrial and agricultural activities in Yali hydropower plants, Gia Lai – Kon Tum (Central Plateau, Vietnam) and their policy implications for the environmental management and environmental taxing. 

Dr. Hung has taught at State University of New York (at Fredonia) and Indiana State University, USA, in geospatial technologies, remote sensing/geographic information systems, and environmental management.

Before joining Fulbright, Dr. Hung has years of experiences consulting the World Bank (WB), British Ordnance Survey, Japan International Cooperation Agency, and some ministries in Vietnam, such as, Ministry of Natural Resources (MoNRE) and Ministry of Science and Technology (MoST) in the implementation of the Land Law 2013, mapping and survey using remote sensing and UAVs, and natural resources and environmental database construction to support the national target program to respond to climate change in Vietnam.