President of AsiaCALL

Professor Dr. Andrew Lian, Suranaree University of Technology, Thailand; Ho Chi Minh City Open University, Vietnam; Professor Emeritus University of Canberra, Australia. Andrew Lian is Professor of Foreign Language Studies, School of Foreign Languages, Suranaree University of Technology, Thailand, He specialises in the methodology of teaching foreign/second languages and has had a special interest in the uses of modern technology to enhance learning since the late 1970s. He is one of the pioneers of Technology-Enhanced Language-Learning in Australia. Previous to this appointment, he was Professor and Chair of the Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures at Western Illinois University in the United States. Prior to that he had been Professor of Humanities and Director of the Center for the Study of Languages at Rice University, Houston, TX, USA and Professor and Head of the School of Languages and International Education at the University of Canberra in Australia. He has held further Professorial appointments and been Head of department in two other universities in Australia (James Cook University and Bond University). His current research interests are in the area of self-adjusting and self-organizing  (language/culture-)learning environments based on rhizomatic approaches to (language/culture-)learning and the generation of personal learning environments within a 21st century perspective. As a consequence, he is also interested in the development and use of multimedia databases in (language/culture)-teaching and learning. More details can be found at http://andrewlian.com/new and http://andrewlian.com. He can be reached at President at asiacall.org


Vice-President for Administrative Affairs

Associate Professor Dr Pham Vu Phi Ho, Van Lang University, Vietnam
Pham Vu Phi Ho used to be a Vice-President of Van Hien University and Vice-President of Baria Vungtau University. In 2014, he worked for Gyeongju University, South Korea as an Assistant Professor. In terms of research activities, he has published 38 research articles in both local and International Journals (ISI/Scopus-indexed), and 7 books of which two are course-books for the undergraduate program at HCMC Open University, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. He is the Vice President for Administrative Affairs of AsiaCALL and an editorial member of its Online Journal. He is also an editor for the Asian Journal of Applied Linguistics (Scopus-Q3), and the International Journal of English Linguistics and a peer reviewer for some international Journals indexed in ISI/Scopus such as Computer Assisted Language Learning, Open Sage, International Journal of Instruction. His main interests include Academic Writing, peer responses, translation, teaching methodologies, and technology-enhanced learning. His articles may be found at https://www.phamho.com/articles


Vice-President for Research & Innovation and Chief Editor of the AsiaCALL OnLine Journal

Dr. Ania Lian, Senior Lecturer (eq. Associate Professor) in Education (Teaching and Learning), Charles Darwin University, Australia. Since 1993, Ania has held positions at various universities in Australia, with her work focusing on the uses of technology in second language learning and in education in general, including software development. She has also worked at the National Policy Office of the Council on the Ageing in Canberra and has a history of working on a voluntary basis with the wider community on sustainability projects within the framework of the Queanbeyan Business Council, NSW. Ania has been a keynote speaker at a number of academic conferences both in Australia and in Asia, where she engages in building collaborative networks between CDU and other universities, with the aim of expanding the international focus of all involved. The leading objective of her teaching and research is to explore the concept of inclusive learning environments, with a specific focus on learner-centredness. Her recent interest in graduate attributes developed from these concerns which form the framework of her approach. Her professional portfolio can be found by clicking HERE. As Vice-President, AsiaCALL (Research and Innovation) Ania has created the AsiaCALL Professional Learning Community (https://sites.google.com/site/asiacallplc/) and, on Facebook, the The AsiaCALL Phd and Research Chat Page http://www.facebook.com/AsiaCallPhdAndResearchChat. All members of AsiaCALL are invited to join. She can be reached at VPResearch at asiacall.org


Vice-President for Communication, Networking and Events

Associate Professor Dr. Kalyan Chattopadhyay, Bankim Sardar College, University of Calcutta, India. Kalyan Chattopadhyay works as Associate Professor at Bankim Sardar College, University of Calcutta. Kalyan has been involved in Technology-mediated language teaching for over 20 years, working as a lecturer, teacher trainer, researcher, and consultant in a range of national international contexts. He has given plenary and invited talks in Cambodia, China, Japan, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, South Korea, Thailand, the UK, and Vietnam. He researches on virtual worlds, digital literacy practices, web, mobile and social media based learning and interaction design. He authors course books for the Cambridge University Press, publishes his research regularly. He has received an IELTS Research award in 2014 as well as JALT's 2016 Bill Balsamo Asian Scholar Award.

A University of Leeds and Hornby Trust alumnus, Kalyan is AsiaCALL Vice-President for Communication, Networking and Events, and past coordinator of the IATEFL Young Learners & Teenagers SIG. As Vice President, AsiaCALL he is keen in the association's relationship-building efforts, including establishing networks, developing linkages through web and other media, and organising AsiaCALL annual conference. He can be reached at VPEvents at asiacall.org.


Chair of AsiaCALL2021 and VLTESOL

Dr. Phan, The Hung is the Dean of the Faculty of Foreign Languages, Van Lang University, in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, and a member of the American Studies Association, USA. He majored in Applied Linguistics for his master’s degree at UCLA and University of Northern Iowa, USA, and then taught ESL for the European immigrants and the Vietnamese Culture for the American students in the Mid-west of the USA. He wrote articles for three American and Canadian Conferences related to the topics of language and culture. In Vietnam, he used to be the Dean of the Faculty of Foreign Languages and International Relations and Vice-Director of the Vietnam-Korean Culture Center at the University of Dalat, Vietnam. Later he continued his doctorate both in Vietnam and Australia, specializing in Cognitive Linguistics. He has written 7 textbooks in linguistics and academic writing, and 15 articles for 3 research journals. His interests and studies focus on applied linguistics, TESOL, language and culture, and cognitive linguistics.