TRINH ThangThuy

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Name(Kanji/Kana/Abecedarium Latinum)
TRINH ThangThuy/チュイン タントゥイ/Trinh, Thangthuy
Primary Affiliation(Org1/Job title)
Institute for Chemical Research (ICR)/Program-Specific Assistant Professor
Academic Organizations You are Affiliated to in Japan
Organization name(Japanese) Organization name(English)
The Chemical Society of Japan
The Society of Nano Science and Technology
The Japan Institute of Metals and Materials
Academic Degree
Field(Japanese) Field(English) University(Japanese) University(English) Method
修士(マテリアルサイエンス) M.Sc. (Materials Science) 北陸先端科学技術大学院大学 Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
博士(マテリアルサイエンス) Ph.D. (Materials Science) 北陸先端科学技術大学院大学 Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
Graduate School
University(Japanese) University(English) Faculty(Japanese) Faculty(English) Major(Japanese) Major(English) Degree
北陸先端科学技術大学院大学 Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology マテリアルサイエンス研究科マテリアルサイエンス専攻博士前期課程 Graduate School of Materials Science 修了
北陸先端科学技術大学院大学 Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology マテリアルサイエンス研究科マテリアルサイエンス専攻博士後期課程 Graduate School of Materials Science 修了
Undergraduate School / Major(s)
University(Japanese) University(English) Faculty(Japanese) Faculty(English) Major(s)(Japanese) Major(s)(English) Degree
Hanoi University of Science - Vietnam National University Chemistry Faculty,Physical Chemistry 卒業
researchmap URL
https://researchmap.jp/Mai
Research Topics
(English)
Chemical design and synthesis, characterization, and practical applications of functional nanoparticles. In particular, development of magnetic nanoparticles toward high-performance permanent magnets.
Overview of the research
(English)
My researches have been focusing on two main areas of interest in the field of materials and Nanotechnology. The first area involves theoretical studies of surface magnetic and electronic properties of nanoparticles using ab-intio (DFT) and electromagnetic (FDTD, DDA) simulations. The second area focuses on the development of wet-chemical methods for the synthesis of magnetic nanoparticles, semiconductor quantum dots, and plasmonic nanoparticles, as well as their hybrid materials in novel hetero-nanostructures. The synthesized nanoparticles with enhanced optical, magnetic, catalytic, and surface properties begin to emerge that have applications in sensors, catalysts, biomedicine, electronic devices, among many others. Recently, my research has been addressing the fabrication of magnetic nanoparticles based on heterointerface design and novel metallic phases toward high-performance permanent magnets.
Fields of research (key words)
Key words(Japanese) Key words(English)
Colloidal and Interface Chemistry
Nanomaterials Science and Technology
Computational Materials Science