• Năm: 2020
    Bài báo ISI:
    • Anh D. Phan, Cuong V. Nguyen, Pham T. Linh, Tran V. Huynh, Vu D. Lam, and Anh-Tuan Le (2020) Deep Learning for the Inverse Design of Mid-Infrared Graphene Plasmons. Accepted for publication on Crystals
    • Anh D. Phan, Do T. Nga, Do Chi Nghia, Vu Dinh Lam, and Katsunori Wakabayashi (2020) Effects of Mid-Infrared Graphene Plasmons on Photothermal Heating. Phys. Status Solidi RRL 1900656
    • Anh D. Phan and Katsunori Wakabayashi (2020) Theory of Structural and Secondary Relaxation in Amorphous Drugs under Compression. Accepted for publication on Pharmaceutics
    • Pham The Linh, Dinh Hong Tiep, Le Dinh Hai, Bui Xuan Khuyen, Bui Son Tung, Dang Hong Luu, Anh Duc Phan, Le Dac Tuyen, and Vu Dinh Lam (2020) Dual-band isotropic metamaterial absorber based on near-field interaction in the Ku band. Current Applied Physics 20, 331–336
    • Anh D. Phan, Tran T. T. Thuy, Nguyen T. K. An, Justyna Knapik-Kowalczuk, Marian Paluch, and Katsunori Wakabayashi (2020) Molecular Relaxations in Supercooled Liquid and Glassy States of Amorphous Gambogic Acid: Dielectric Spectroscopy, Calorimetry and Theoretical Approach. Accepted for publication on AIP Advances
  • Năm: 2019
    Bài báo ISI:
    • V. Nam Do, H. Anh Le, and D. Bercioux (2019) Time-evolution patterns of electrons in twisted bilayer graphene. Physcical Review B, 99, 165127
    • V. Nam Do, H. Anh Le and V. Thieu Vu (2019) Theoretical Considerations on the Optimal Performance of Sub-100 Nanometer Top-Gated Graphene Field-Effect Transistors. Journal of Electronic Materials, Vol. 48, No. 3, pp.1669-1678
    • Anh D. Phan and Kenneth S. Schweizer (2019) Influence of Longer Range Transfer of Vapor Interface Modified Caging Constraints on the Spatially Heterogeneous Dynamics of Glass-Forming Liquids. Macromolecules 52, 5192-5206
    • Anh D. Phan, Justyna Knapik-Kowalczuk, Marian Paluch, Trinh X. Hoang, and Katsunori Wakabayashi (2019) Theoretical Model for the Structural Relaxation Time in Coamorphous Drugs. Molecular Pharmaceutics 16, 2992-2998
    • Anh D. Phan and Trinh X. Hoang (2019) The pH-dependent electrostatic interaction of a metal nanoparticle with the MS2 virus-like particles. Chemical Physics Letters 730, 84-88
    • Tran Dinh Cuong, Nguyen Quang Hoc, and Anh D. Phan (2019) Application of the statistical moment method to melting properties of ternary alloys with FCC structure. Journal of Applied Physics 125, 215112
    • Anh D. Phan, Katsunori Wakabayashi,Marian Paluch, Vu D. Lam (2019) Effects of Cooling Rate on Structural Relaxation in Amorphous Drugs: Elastically Collective Nonlinear Langevin Equation Theory and Machine Learning Study. RSC Advances 9, 40214
    • Anh D. Phan , Nam B Le , Ha Lien Thi Nghiem , Lilia Woods , Satoshi Ishii and Katsunori Wakabayashi (2019) Confinement effect on solar thermal heating process of TiN nanoparticle solutions. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 21, 19915-19920
    • Duong Van Loi, Phung Van Dong*, and Le Xuan Thuy (2019) Kinetic mixing effect in noncommutative B-L gauge theory. JOURNAL OF HIGH ENERGY PHYSICS 09, 054
    • D. T. Huong, D. N. Dinh, L. D. Thien, and Phung Van Dong* (2019) Dark matter and flavor changing in the flipped 3-3-1 model. JOURNAL OF HIGH ENERGY PHYSICS 08, 051
    • D. N. Dinh, D. T. Huong, N. T. Duy, N. T. Nhuan, L. D. Thien, and Phung Van Dong* (2019) Flavor changing in the flipped trinification. PHYSICAL REVIEW D 99, 055005
    • Phung Van Dong, D. T. Huong, D. A. Camargo, F. S. Queiroz, and J. W. F. Valle (2019) Asymmetric dark matter, inflation, and leptogenesis from B-L symmetry breaking. PHYSICAL REVIEW D 99, 055040
    • Phung Van Dong, N. T. K. Ngan, T. D. Tham, L. D. Thien, and N. T. Thuy (2019) Phenomenology of the simple 3-3-1 model with inert scalars. PHYSICAL REVIEW D 99, 095031
  • Năm: 2018
    Bài báo ISI:
    • Duong Xuan Nui, Le Tuan, Nguyen Duc Trung Kien, Pham Thanh Huy, Hung T. Dang, and Dao Xuan Viet (2018) Correlation length in a generalized two-dimensional XY model. Phys. Rev. B 98, 144421
    • H. T. M. Nghiem and T. A. Costi (2018) Time-dependent numerical renormalization group method for multiple quenches: Towards exact results for the long-time limit of thermodynamic observables and spectral functions. Physical Review B