Principle investigator

Dr. Hoang-Phuong Phan

 

"Only a life lived for others is a life worthwhile" Albert Einstein.

Education:

B.E. The University of Tokyo, Japan, 2011 (first class hornor)

M.E. The University of Tokyo, Japan, 2013

Ph.D. Griffith University, Australia, 2016

Adjunct positions:

Stanford University, CA, USA, 2017, Visiting scholar

Northwestern University, IL, USA, 2019, Visiting scholar

Professional service:

Editorial board member, Micromachines

Editorial board member, Sensors

 

Teaching:

Electromechanics (2318ENG)

Kinematics and Dynamics (2517ENG)

Awards and Honors

Postdoctoral Fellows

Dr. Tuan-Khoa Nguyen

 

B.E. Hanoi University of Science and Technology, Vietnam 2009

M.E. Hanoi University of Science and Technology, Vietnam 2011

Ph.D. Griffith University, Australia, December 2018

Expertise: MEMS/NEMS, Micro/nano fabrication, Flexible electronics, SiC|AlN|SiN|SiOx thin films and nanomembranes 

Google scholar

High Degree Research Students

Hedieh Fallahi 

 

B.E. Iran Polymer and Petrochemical Institute

M.E. Iran Polymer and Petrochemical Institute 

Project: Flexible micro fluidics

(co-supervision with Prof. Nam-Trung Nguyen)

Tuan-Anh Pham

 

B.E. Hanoi University of Science and Technology, Vietnam

M.E. Pukyong National University, South Korea 

Project: SiC nanowires and flexible electronics

Nhat-Khuong Nguyen

 

B.E. (first class honor) Ho Chi Minh University of Technology, Vietnam

Project: Liquid marbles for micro reactors

(co-supervision with Dr. Chin-Hong Ooi and Prof. Nam-Trung Nguyen)

Thanh-An Truong

 

B.E.  Hanoi University of Science and Technology, Vietnam

M.E. National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Taiwan

Project: 3-dimensional soft silicon carbide nanoarchitectures

Visiting Scholars / Students

Aditya Ashok

 

B.E. RMK College of Engineering and Technology (Affiliated to Anna University, Chennai), India, 2016

M.Tech. Centre for Nanosciences and Molecular Medicine, Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, India, 2018

Current position: PhD candidate, The University of Queensland (Yamauchi group)

Project: Porous semiconductors and sensors

Our research group are grateful to the generous support from the following  funding agencies: