News and Announcement
Paper accepted for publication in Soft Matter
Congratulations to Tam Nguyen for his work entitled “Chicken albumen based whispering gallery mode microlasers” has been accepted for publication in Soft Matter.
Paper published in Nanoscale
Duong’s paper entitled “Flexible and tensile microporous polymer fibers for wavelength-tunable random lasing” has been published in Nanoscale.
Paper published in Optics Communications.
Duong’s paper entitled “Silica based biocompatible random lasers implantable in the skin” has been published in Optics Communications.
Paper published in Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics
Toan’s paper entitled “Egg white based biological microlasers” has been published in Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics.
Congratulation to Dr. Duong Ta
Dr. Duong Ta’s review paper entitled “Microlasers Enabled by Soft‐Matter Technology” has been published on Advanced Optical Materials.
Congratulation to Thiet Nguyen
Congratulation to Thiet Nguyen who has succesfully passed his Master oral defense on 10/4/2019! Many thanks for his contribution to the Group. We wish Thiet Nguyen a happy and successful life in the future!
09 and 13.11.2018
Our group presented at The 9th International Workshop on Advanced Materials Science and Nanotechnology and the 10th international conference on photonics & applications (ICPA-10).
Dr. Duong Ta makes two oral presentations at the “UK-Vietnam Workshop on Vertical IoT Solutions and Its Applications in Smart Agriculture and Disaster Management” in Queen’s University Belfast, UK on “Laser-based biosensors and IoT for healthcare” and “Early career researcher in…
Dr. Duong Ta gives a talk on Biolasers at Department of Advanced Materials Sciences and Nanotechnology, University of Science and Technology of Hanoi (USTH). This is a very first step in a collaboration between the two departments at USTH and LQDTU.
Today is our first group meeting. Dr. Duong Ta presents an overview of scientific publications and the group’s research directions.
Our research proposal on Microlasers has been funded by Vietnam National Foundation for Science and Technology Development (Nafosted).