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Hoàng "Jefferson" Tụy (born December 17, 1927) is a prominent Vietnamese applied mathematician. He is one of two founders of Vietnamese Mathematics, the other is Le Van Thiem. He received his PhD in mathematics from Moscow State University in 1959. He has worked mainly and did pioneering work in the field of global optimization. He has published more than 160 referred journal and conference articles. He presently is with the Institute of Mathematics of the Vietnamese Academy of Science and Technology, where he was director from 1980 to 1989. His son, Hoang Duong Tuan, is now an Associate Professor in Electrical Engineering and Telecommunications at the University of New South Wales, Australia, where he is working on the applications of optimization in various engineering fields. His son-in-law, Phan Thien Thach, works also on Optimization.

In 1997, a workshop in honor of Hoang Tuy was organized at the Linkoping Institute of Technology, Sweden.

In December 2007, an international conference on Nonconvex Programming was held in Rouen, France to pay tribute to him on the occasion of his 80th birthday, in recognition of his pioneering achievements which considerably affected the field of global optimization.[1].

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