Phan Đức Anh, PhD.
Phan Đức Anh

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  • Bachelor/Engineer
    • Years: 5/2005-5/2009
    • Academic institutions: Hanoi National University of Education
    • Major/ Specialty: Theoretical Physics and Mathematical Physics
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    • Academic degree: BSc
  • Master
    • Years: 1/2011-6/2013
    • Academic institutions: University of South Florida
    • Major/ Specialty: Applied Physics
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    • Academic degree: MSc
  • PhD
    • Years: 1/2014-9/2018
    • Academic institutions: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
    • Major/ Specialty: Physics
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    • Academic degree: PhD

Research works

  • Main research orientation: Glass transition in confined systems, amorphous drugs, understanding plasmonic properties in various applications
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  • Publications:
    5 Article(s) in ISI-covered journals
    5.36 Repulsive and attractive Casimir interactions in liquids Anh D. Phan and N. A. Viet Physical Review A 84, 062503 2011
    5.35 The repulsive Casimir force between silicon dioxide and superconductor Anh D. Phan and N. A. Viet Physica Status Solidi RRL 6, 274-276 2012
    5.34 Interactions of a graphene sheet with a ferromagnetic metal plate Anh D. Phan, N. A. Viet, Nikolai A. Poklonski, Lilia M. Woods, and Chi H. Le Physical Review B 86, 155419 2012
    5.33 Temperature dependent graphene suspension due to thermal Casimir interaction Anh D. Phan, L.M. Woods, D. Drosdoff, I.V. Bondarev, and N. A. Viet Applied Physics Letters 101, 113118 2012
    5.32 A new type of optical biosensor from DNA wrapped semiconductor graphene ribbons Anh D. Phan and N. A. Viet Journal of Applied Physics 111, 11470 2012
    5.31 Effects of Spatial Dispersion on the Casimir Force between two Graphene Sheets David Drosdoff, Anh D. Phan, Lilia M. Woods, Igor V. Bondarev, and J.F. Dobson The European Physical Journal B 85, 365 2012
    5.30 Repulsive interaction of cell membrane with graphene on composite materials Anh D. Phan, Trinh X. Hoang, The-Long Phan, and Lilia M. Woods Journal of Chemical Physics 139, 184703 2013
    5.29 Near-field heat transfer between gold nanoparticle arrays Anh D. Phan, Lilia M. Woods, and The-Long Phan Journal of Applied Physics 114,214306 2013
    5.28 The plasmon absorption of gold nanoparticles on graphitic substrate in aqueous protein solution Anh D. Phan, T. X. Hoang, T. H. L. Nghiem, and Lilia M. Woods Applied Physics Letters 103, 163702 2013
    5.27 Near-field radiative heat transfer between graphitic nanostructures: novel effects via a microscopic approach Anh D. Phan and Lilia M. Woods Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters 4, 4196 2013
    5.26 Electric potential profile of a spherical soft particle with a charged core Anh D. Phan, Dustin A. Tracy, T. L. Hoai Nguyen, N. A. Viet, The-Long Phan, and Thanh H. Nguyen Journal of Chemical Physics 139, 244908 2013
    5.25 van der Waals interactions between graphitic nanowiggles Anh D. Phan, Lilia M. Woods, and The-Long Phan Journal of Applied Physics 114, 044308 2013
    5.24 Temperature phase transition model for the DNA-CNTs-based nanotweezers Anh D. Phan, Lilia M. Woods, and Nguyen A. Viet Journal of Mathematical Chemistry 51, 278 2013
    5.23 Theoretical model for optical properties of porphyrin Anh D. Phan, Do T. Nga, Le T. M. Thanh, Chu T. Anh, Sophie Bernad, and N. A. Viet Physical Review E 90, 062707 2014
    5.22 Transverse electric mode for near field radiative heat transfer in graphene metamaterial systems D. Drosdoff, Anh D. Phan, and Lilia M. Woods Advanced Optical Materials 2, 1038 2014
    5.21 Casimir interactions in strained graphene systems Anh D. Phan and The-Long Phan Physica Status Solidi RRL 8, 1003-1006 2014
    5.20 First-to-second-order magnetic-phase transformation in La0.7Ca0.3-xBaxMnO3 exhibiting large magnetocaloric effect The-Long Phan, N. T. Dang, T. A. Ho, T. V. Manh, T. D. Thanh, C. U. Jung, B. W. Lee, Anh-Tuan Le, Anh D. Phan, S. C. Yu Journal of Alloys and Compounds 818, 657 2016
    5.19 Thermal-induced stress of plasmonic magnetic nanocomposites Anh D. Phan, Nghia C. Do, Do T. Nga Journal of the Physical Society of Japan 86, 084401 2017
    5.18 Dynamic Gradients, Tg Shifts, Role of Vitrification Criterion, and Inhomogeneous Decoupling in FreeStanding Polymer Thin and Thick Films Anh D. Phan and Kenneth S. Schweizer Macromolecules 51, 6063-6075 2018
    5.17 Theoretical model for plasmonic photothermal response of gold nanostructures solutions Anh D. Phan, Do T. Nga, Nguyen A. Viet Optics Communications 410, 108-111 2018
    5.16 Multilayered plasmonic nanostructures for solar energy harvesting Anh D. Phan, Nam B. Le, Nghiem T. H. Lien, Katsunori Wakabayashi The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 122, 19801-19806 2018
    5.15 Near-infrared photothermal response of plasmonic gold-coated nanoparticles in tissues Vu T. T. Duong, Anh D. Phan, Nghiem T. H. Lien, Do T. Hue, Do Q. Hoa, Do T. Nga, Tran H. Nhung, Nguyen A. Viet Physica Status Solidi A 215, 1700564 2018
    5.14 Theory of Activated Glassy Dynamics in Randomly Pinned Fluids Anh D. Phan and Kenneth S. Schweizer Journal of Chemical Physics 148, 054502 2018
    5.13 Elastically Collective Nonlinear Langevin Equation Theory of Dynamics in Glass-Forming Liquids: Transient Localization, Thermodynamic Mapping and Cooperativity Anh D. Phan and Kenneth S. Schweizer The Journal of Physical Chemistry C B, 122, 8451-8461 2018
    5.12 Influence of Longer Range Transfer of Vapor Interface Modified Caging Constraints on the Spatially Heterogeneous Dynamics of Glass-Forming Liquids Anh D. Phan and Kenneth S. Schweizer Macromolecules 52, 5192-5206 2019 10.1021/acs.macromol.9b00754
    5.11 Theoretical Model for the Structural Relaxation Time in Coamorphous Drugs Anh D. Phan, Justyna Knapik-Kowalczuk, Marian Paluch, Trinh X. Hoang, and Katsunori Wakabayashi Molecular Pharmaceutics 16, 2992-2998 2019
    5.10 The pH-dependent electrostatic interaction of a metal nanoparticle with the MS2 virus-like particles Anh D. Phan and Trinh X. Hoang Chemical Physics Letters 730, 84-88 2019
    5.9 Application of the statistical moment method to melting properties of ternary alloys with FCC structure Tran Dinh Cuong, Nguyen Quang Hoc, and Anh D. Phan Journal of Applied Physics 125, 215112 2019
    5.8 Theory of the spatial transfer of interface nucleated changes of dynamical constraints and its consequences in glass forming films Anh D. Phan and Kenneth S. Schweizer Journal of Chemical Physics 150, 044508 2019
    5.7 Effects of Cooling Rate on Structural Relaxation in Amorphous Drugs: Elastically Collective Nonlinear Langevin Equation Theory and Machine Learning Study Anh D. Phan, Katsunori Wakabayashi,Marian Paluch, Vu D. Lam RSC Advances 9, 40214 2019
    5.6 Confinement effect on solar thermal heating process of TiN nanoparticle solutions Anh D. Phan , Nam B Le , Ha Lien Thi Nghiem , Lilia Woods , Satoshi Ishii and Katsunori Wakabayashi Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 21, 19915-19920 2019 DOI: 10.1039/C9CP03571K
    5.5 Deep Learning for the Inverse Design of Mid-Infrared Graphene Plasmons Anh D. Phan, Cuong V. Nguyen, Pham T. Linh, Tran V. Huynh, Vu D. Lam, and Anh-Tuan Le Accepted for publication on Crystals 2020
    5.4 Effects of Mid-Infrared Graphene Plasmons on Photothermal Heating Anh D. Phan, Do T. Nga, Do Chi Nghia, Vu Dinh Lam, and Katsunori Wakabayashi Phys. Status Solidi RRL 1900656 2020
    5.3 Theory of Structural and Secondary Relaxation in Amorphous Drugs under Compression Anh D. Phan and Katsunori Wakabayashi Accepted for publication on Pharmaceutics 2020
    5.2 Dual-band isotropic metamaterial absorber based on near-field interaction in the Ku band 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 Current Applied Physics 20, 331–336 2020
    5.1 Molecular Relaxations in Supercooled Liquid and Glassy States of Amorphous Gambogic Acid: Dielectric Spectroscopy, Calorimetry and Theoretical Approach Anh D. Phan, Tran T. T. Thuy, Nguyen T. K. An, Justyna Knapik-Kowalczuk, Marian Paluch, and Katsunori Wakabayashi Accepted for publication on AIP Advances 2020
    4 Article(s) in other international journals
    3 National/International Conference(s)
    2 Article(s) in national scientific journals
    1 Others (monographs, patents, scientific awards, ...)
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