Tuan Khoa Nguyen
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Environment-friendly carbon nanotube based flexible electronics for noninvasive and wearable healthcare
T Dinh, HP Phan, TK Nguyen, A Qamar, ARM Foisal, TN Viet, CD Tran, ...
Journal of Materials Chemistry C 4 (42), 10061-10068, 2016
Long-lived, transferred crystalline silicon carbide nanomembranes for implantable flexible electronics
HP Phan, Y Zhong, TK Nguyen, Y Park, T Dinh, E Song, RK Vadivelu, ...
ACS nano 13 (10), 11572-11581, 2019
Effect of dietary sources of calcium and protein on hip fractures and falls in older adults in residential care: cluster randomised controlled trial
S Iuliano, S Poon, J Robbins, M Bui, X Wang, L De Groot, M Van Loan, ...
Bmj 375, 2021
Highly sensitive 4H-SiC pressure sensor at cryogenic and elevated temperatures
TK Nguyen, HP Phan, T Dinh, KM Dowling, ARM Foisal, DG Senesky, ...
Materials & Design 156, 441-445, 2018
Single-crystalline 3C-SiC anodically bonded onto glass: an excellent platform for high-temperature electronics and bioapplications
HP Phan, HH Cheng, T Dinh, B Wood, TK Nguyen, F Mu, H Kamble, ...
ACS applied materials & interfaces 9 (33), 27365-27371, 2017
Solvent-free fabrication of biodegradable hot-film flow sensor for noninvasive respiratory monitoring
T Dinh, HP Phan, TK Nguyen, A Qamar, P Woodfield, Y Zhu, NT Nguyen, ...
Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics 50 (21), 215401, 2017
Giant piezoresistive effect by optoelectronic coupling in a heterojunction
T Nguyen, T Dinh, ARM Foisal, HP Phan, TK Nguyen, NT Nguyen, ...
Nature communications 10 (1), 4139, 2019
An on‐chip SiC MEMS device with integrated heating, sensing, and microfluidic cooling systems
T Dinh, HP Phan, N Kashaninejad, TK Nguyen, DV Dao, NT Nguyen
Advanced materials interfaces 5 (20), 1800764, 2018
Highly sensitive pressure sensors employing 3C-SiC nanowires fabricated on a free standing structure
HP Phan, KM Dowling, TK Nguyen, T Dinh, DG Senesky, T Namazu, ...
Materials & Design 156, 16-21, 2018
Advances in rational design and materials of high‐performance stretchable electromechanical sensors
T Dinh, T Nguyen, HP Phan, TK Nguyen, VT Dau, NT Nguyen, DV Dao
Small 16 (14), 1905707, 2020
3C-SiC/Si heterostructure: an excellent platform for position-sensitive detectors based on photovoltaic effect
ARM Foisal, T Nguyen, T Dinh, TK Nguyen, P Tanner, EW Streed, DV Dao
ACS applied materials & interfaces 11 (43), 40980-40987, 2019
Experimental investigation of piezoresistive effect in p-type 4H–SiC
TK Nguyen, HP Phan, T Dinh, J Han, S Dimitrijev, P Tanner, ARM Foisal, ...
IEEE Electron Device Letters 38 (7), 955-958, 2017
The piezoresistive effect in top–down fabricated p-type 3C-SiC nanowires
HP Phan, T Dinh, T Kozeki, TK Nguyen, A Qamar, T Namazu, NT Nguyen, ...
IEEE Electron Device Letters 37 (8), 1029-1032, 2016
Self-powered broadband (UV-NIR) photodetector based on 3C-SiC/Si heterojunction
ARM Foisal, T Dinh, VT Nguyen, P Tanner, HP Phan, TK Nguyen, ...
IEEE Transactions on Electron Devices 66 (4), 1804-1809, 2019
Novel low-cost sensor for human bite force measurement
J Fastier-Wooller, HP Phan, T Dinh, TK Nguyen, A Cameron, A Öchsner, ...
Sensors 16 (8), 1244, 2016
A versatile sacrificial layer for transfer printing of wide bandgap materials for implantable and stretchable bioelectronics
TA Pham, TK Nguyen, RK Vadivelu, T Dinh, A Qamar, S Yadav, ...
Advanced Functional Materials 30 (43), 2004655, 2020
Nano strain-amplifier: Making ultra-sensitive piezoresistance in nanowires possible without the need of quantum and surface charge effects
HP Phan, T Dinh, T Kozeki, TK Nguyen, A Qamar, T Namazu, NT Nguyen, ...
Applied Physics Letters 109 (12), 2016
Robust free‐standing nano‐thin SiC membranes enable direct photolithography for MEMS sensing applications
HP Phan, TK Nguyen, T Dinh, A Iacopi, L Hold, MJA Shiddiky, DV Dao, ...
Advanced Engineering Materials 20 (1), 1700858, 2018
Self-sensing paper-based actuators employing ferromagnetic nanoparticles and graphite
HP Phan, T Dinh, TK Nguyen, A Vatani, AR Md Foisal, A Qamar, ...
Applied Physics Letters 110 (14), 2017
Quantification of cerebral infarct size by creatine kinase BB isoenzyme.
RD Bell, GM Alexander, T Nguyen, MS Albin
Stroke 17 (2), 254-260, 1986
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