Dr. Van Tuan Dinh received his PhD with a summa cum laude honor from the Autonomous University of Barcelona, Spain in 2014. His PhD thesis, under the supervision of ICREA Professor Stephan Roche at Catalan Institute of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, has been selected by Springer as an outstanding PhD research and published at https://www.springer.com/us/book/9783319255699. Dr. Dinh has been actively involved in several important research projects including the Graphene Flagship. His research has been published in highly cited journals such as Nature Physics, Nature Communications, Physical Review X, Physical Review Letters, etc.
Dr. Dinh’s research interests include optical properties of 2D materials, few-body systems, electron-phonon interaction and many-body effects. He also develops new methodologies to study charge and spin transport in 2D materials. His recent publications can be found here.
- Optical properties of 2D materials
- Many-body effects
- Electron-phonon interaction
- Few-body systems
- Charge and spin transport in 2D materials