Tuan Sang Tran
Mr. Tran obtained his BS degree in Chemical Engineering from Hochiminh University of Industry (Vietnam) in 2014, and the MS degree in Nanoscience from Gachon University (South Korea) in 2016. From September 2016 to December 2016, he was a Research Associate at Gachon Bionano Research Institute - a leading Biological & Nanotechnology research institute in South Korea. His research was focused on three-dimensional graphene-metal oxide hybrid hydrogel as high performance materials for energy and environmental applications.
Mr. Tran is currently a PhD student at School of Chemical Engineering, the University of Adelaide, Australia. His research interests include nanomaterials for green energy applications and graphene-based nanoinks for printed electronics.
|2016 - 2016||Research Associate||Gachon Bionano Research Institute|
|2017||University of Adelaide||Australia||PhD|
|2014 - 2016||Gachon University||South Korea||Master of Engineering|
|2010 - 2014||Hochiminh University of Industry||Vietnam||Bachelor of Engineering|
|2017||Tripathi, K. M., Tran, T. S., Kim, Y. J. & Kim, T. (2017). Green Fluorescent Onion-Like Carbon Nanoparticles from Flaxseed Oil for Visible Light Induced Photocatalytic Applications and Label-Free Detection of Al(III) Ions. ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering, 5, 5, 3982-3992.
|2017||Tripathi, K., Tran, T., Tung, T., Losic, D. & Kim, T. (2017). Water soluble fluorescent carbon nanodots from biosource for cells imaging. Journal of Nanomaterials, 2017, 7029731-1-7029731-10.
|2016||Tran, T. S., Park, S. J., Yoo, S. S., Lee, T. -. R. & Kim, T. (2016). High shear-induced exfoliation of graphite into high quality graphene by Taylor–Couette flow. RSC Adv., 6, 15, 12003-12008.