Anh Tue Nguyen

School: School of School Science, Engineering, & Technology
Department: Biosciences, Food Tech and Nutrition
Position: Lecturer
Location: RMIT Saigon South Campus

Anh received his Ph.D. in University of Arkansas-USA under supervision of professor Colin D. Heyes. His Ph.D.’projects focused on synthesis and application of quantum dots in super-resolution imaging. Anh had one year as a postdoctoral fellow at the University of California at Merced-USA, where he joined a project for application of quantum dots in display technology.

His current roles including teaching chemistry for undergraduates and graduates, and his research focuses on carbon quantum dots and their applications in catalysis and bio-sensing.

  • Ph.D., University of Arkansas, USA  
  • M.S., Purdue University, USA 
  • B.S., University of Science, Ho Chi Minh city
  • Chemistry 
  • Nanomaterials 
  • Material science
  • Nanomaterials and their applications including but not limited to water treatment, agricultural application, display-technology and bio-sensing
  • Nguyen, A. T., Cavanaugh, P., Ilan Jen-La Plante, Christian Ippen, Ruiqing Ma, David F Kelley. Auger dynamics in InP/ZnSe/ZnS quantum dots having pure and doped shells. J. Phys. Chem. C 2021, 125, 15405-15414
  • Nguyen, A. T., Ilan Jen-La Plante, Christian Ippen, Ruiqing Ma, David F Kelley. Extremely slow trap-mediated hole relaxation in room-temperature InP/ZnSe/ZnS quantum dots. J. Phys. Chem. C 2021, 125, 4110-4118
  • Nguyen, A. T., Gao, F., Baucom, D., Heyes, C. D. CuInS2 - doped ZnS quantum dots obtained via non-injection cation exchange show reduced but heterogeneous blinking and provide insights into their structure-optical property relationships. J. Phys. Chem. C 2020, 124, 10744-10754
  • Gao, F., Bajwa, P., Nguyen, A. T., Heyes, C. D. Shell-dependent photoluminescence studies provide mechanistic insights into the off-grey-on transitions of blinking quantum dots. ACS Nano. 2017, 11, 2905-2916
  • Bajwa, P., Gao, F., Nguyen, A. T., Omogo, B., Heyes, C. D. Role of inner shell architecture on quantum yield and blinking dynamics in core/multi-shell quantum dots. ChemPhysChem. 2016, 17, 731-740
  • Nguyen, A. T., Van Phu, D., Duy, N. N., Du, B. D., & Hien, N. Q. (2010). Synthesis of alginate stabilized gold nanoparticles by γ-irradiation with controllable size using different Au 3+ concentration and seed particles enlargement. Radiation Physics and Chemistry, 79(4), 405-408
  • Duy, N. N., Van Phu, D., Nguyen, A. T., & Hien, N. Q. (2011). Synergistic degradation to prepare oligochitosan by γ-irradiation of chitosan solution in the presence of hydrogen peroxide. Radiation Physics and Chemistry, 80(7), 848-853
  • Travel grant: Univeristy of Arkansas (2015-2019)
  • Training 10 groups of undergraduate students for summer schools-University of Arkansas-USA 
  • Supervising one Master student. Univesity of Arkansas-USA
  • Teaching Assistant Award in Chemistry (University of Arkansas) 2019
  • Blyholder Fellowship (University of Arkansas) 2019 
  • Vietnam Education Foundation Fellowship (United States) 2011-2014
  • Cooperating with Nanosys (USA) in a 2-million-dollar research project funded by department of energy for application of quantum dots in display technology
  • Ho Chi Minh city University of Food Industry Position: Lecturer (2021-now)
  • University of California at Merced-USA Position: Postdoctoral Fellow (2020-2021)
  • Center of Research and Development for Gamma Radiation-Vietnam, Position: Researcher (2009-2011)