Ph.D. (2021), RMIT University, Australia
M.E. (2016), Gachon University, South Korea
B.E. (2014), Industrial University of Hochiminh City, Vietnam
Dr. Tuan Sang Tran is currently a Postdoctoral Fellow at School of Chemical Engineering, the University of New South Wales (UNSW Sydney). He is a multidisciplinary researcher who creates innovations at the intersection of materials science, chemical engineering, and nanotechnology. His research focuses on designing the interactions between nanomaterials to enable applications in high-performance electronics, renewable energy, and environmental remediation.
Dr. Tran graduated from RMIT University with a Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering in 2021. After that, he worked as a Postdoctoral Fellow at RMIT from 2022 to 2023, before joining UNSW in early 2023. His current work focuses on advanced manufacturing via colloidal processing of novel nanomaterials, including conductive polymers (P3HT, PTEBS, PEDOT:PSS), metal oxides, and 2D materials (graphene, MXene, hexagonal boron nitride), for future nanoelectronics.
During his early research career, he featured more than 20 publications, which attracted ~700 citations. He also holds a patent on advanced manufacturing of high-quality graphene, which is groundbreaking for graphene to take off from the laboratory to practical applications.