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Written by Vu Anh Minh   
Tuesday, 24 January 2017 18:12

RESEARCH

Research Fields

  1. Micro-Electrochemical Systems (MEMS),
  2. Gas Sensors
  3. Biosensors
  4. Photoelectronic materials
  5. Storage and Conversion Energy
  6. Magnetic nanomaterials
  7. Spin Physics and Technology for Spintronics
  8. High-Tc superconductor
  9. Environmental magnetism

Research Groups

1. MEMS research group (Assoc. Prof. Vu Ngoc Hung, Chair)

2. Gas sensors group (Assoc. Prof. Nguyen Van Hieu, Chair)

Gas sensors have a wide range of applications. Therefore, we want to develop the gas sensor with novel properties based on nanomaterials. We study new nanomaterials, new concepts of gas sensor, and new nanofabrication of gas sensor. Our current research focuses on:

-   Hybrid materials made of carbon nanotubes and semiconductor metal oxides for gas sensing applications.

-   Low dimensional nanostructures (nanoparticle and nanowires) of metal oxides for gas sensing applications.

3. Biosensors group (Dr. Mai Anh Tuan, Chair)

4. Optical materials group (Dr. Tran Ngoc Khiem, Chair)

5. Magnetic materials group (Assoc. Prof. Nguyen Phuc Duong, Chair)

Our current research focuses on:

-   Magnetism of intermetallic compounds bulks and thin films

-   Fabrication and physic characterization of magnetic ferrite nanoparticles and their applications.

-   Fabrication and physic characterization of alloys with high thermopower coefficient and their applications.

-   Environmental magnetism.

6. Spin physics and technology for spintronic group (Assoc. Prof. Nguyen Anh Tuan, Chair)

Spintronics is a new field in which the combining of electronics with nanomagnetics is one of the technological trends in order to access to the nanoelectronics field, and is also one of the top concerns and technological choices for the development of science and technology in the 21st century.

The activity of the group is aimed at:

    (i)  Development of academic problems for spin physics and new generation electronic materials and devices related to spin degree of freedom.

   (ii)  Development of thin film technology, nanomagnetic technology and deploy of applications of spintronic devices.

  (iii)  Teaching and training on the problems mentioned in items (i) and (ii) above.

The group 's activities are driven by three main directions as follows:

-  The physical phenomena related to spin electronics, as the spin-dependent transport, spin accumulation, spin injection, spin interactions.

Thin film technology, such as magnetic thin films, nanostructured thin films, special functional thin films.

-  Fabrication and applications of magnetic, electronic, spintronic components/ devices/sensors/tools.

7. High-Tc superconductor group (Dr. Nguyen Kkhac Man, Chair)

Our research activities are classified into two the following categories:

-   Preparation of Bi-based high-Tc supercondutors by solid state reaction and sol-gel methods

-   Fabrication of high-Tc thin films

-   Substitution of Alkali (Li, Na, K) for copper on Bi-2223 superconductors

-   Study of intra- and inter-grain critical current densities

-   Superconducting wires of BSCCO performed in liquid Nitrogen (77 K) 

 

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 22 February 2017 09:18 )
 

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