Huan Tran Ngoc

Postdoctoral Fellow

Huan received the Ph.D degree in February 2012 from Hanyang University, Seoul, Korea. His research in Ph.D program involved electrochemistry and its application in analytical and nanomaterial chemistry. After graduation, he has worked as a postdoctoral fellow at the same laboratory in Korea before coming to Vincent’s group for a postdoctoral position from June 2013, at CEA Grenoble, France. His current research focuses on the development of nanomaterial for electrocatalysis of CO2 reduction, H2 production and oxidation of hydrogen.

Selected Publications:

1. Enhancement of quaternary nitrogen doping of graphene oxide via chemical reduction prior to thermal annealing and an investigation of its electrochemical properties

T.N. Huan, T.V. Khai, K.B. Shim and H. Chung

Journal of Materials Chemistry, 2012, 14756-14762


2. Spirally oriented Au microelectrode array sensor for detection of Hg (II)

 T.N. Huan, L.Q. Hung, V.T.T. Ha, T.V. Khai, K.B. Shim, H. Chung.

Talanta, 2012, 284– 288


3. A three-dimensional gold nanodendrite network porous structure and its application for an electrochemical sensing

T.N. Huan, T. Ganesh, K.S. Kim, S.H. Han, H. Chung

 Biosensors and Bioelectronics, 2011, 183– 186


4. Sensitive detection of an Anthrax biomarker using a glassy carbon electrode with a consecutively immobilized layer of polyaniline/carbon nanotube/peptide

T.N. Huan, T. Ganesh, S.H. Han, M.Y. Yoon, H. Chung

 Biosensors and Bioelectronics, 2011, 4227–4230


5. Square wave voltammetric detection of Anthrax utilizing a peptide for selective recognition of a protein biomarker

T.N. Huan, V.T.T. Ha, L.Q. Hung, M.Y. Yoon, S.H. Han, H. Chung

 Biosensors and Bioelectronics, 2009, 469–474


1. Electrodeposition of a new copper based material for efficient CO2 reduction electrocatalysis

T. N. Huan, P. Simon, E. Derat, M. Fontecave and V. Artero

September 2014, Symposium on “Electrodeposition for Energy Conversion”, 65th Annual Meeting of the International Society of Electrochemistry, Lausanne, Switzerland

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