Collaborations -> International

Nagahiro Saito, full Professor

  • Professor at Department of Chemical Systems Engineering, Nagoya University
  • Email: saito.nagahiro@material.nagoya-u.ac.jp
  • Tel.: (+81) 527 893 259
  • Research interests: Material synthesis and surface modification by using a new synthesis process called solution plasma process. Cluster catalysts and electrode materials have been developed for applications in rechargeable batteries and fuel cells. Focusing on unique physicochemical properties of water, we explore the possibility of using this process to develop materials with new functionalities.



Dirk roger clara Poelman, full Professor

  • Professor at Department of Solid-state Physics, LumiLab, Ghent University, Belgium
  • Email: dirk.poelman@ugent.be
  • Tel.: +32 (0)9 264 43 67
  • Research interests: Inorganic phosphors for displays and lighting. Persistent luminescent materials for emergency illumination and signs and medical imaging. Related phenomena: cathodoluminescence, electroluminescence and cathodoluminescence. Structural characterization of inorganic materials: SEM, TEM, XRD, XPS, EXAFS. Optical characterization of materials: UV-Vis-NIR, DRS, PL, PLE, decay time measurements.



Cho Sunglae, full Professor

  • Professor of Physics at University of Ulsan (UOU), 48-217 Daehakro 93, Nam-gu, Ulsan 680-749, Korea
  • Email: slcho@mail.ulsan.ac.kr
  • Tel.: (+82) 52-259-2322
  • Research interests: Thin film & superlattice thermoelectric materials; Magnetic thin film and artificial layers; Oxide thin film growth using atomic oxygen source


Manh-Huong Phan, Full Professor

  • Professor of Physics at University of South Florida, 4202 East Fowler Avenue, Tampa, Florida 33620, USA
  • Email: phanm@usf.edu
  • Tel.: 813-974-4322
  • Research interests: Nanomagnetism and nanospintronics; Smart sensor nanomaterials and nanotechnologies; Energy-efficient magnetocaloric nanomaterials; Functional magnetic oxide nanostructures; Magnetic nanoparticles and nanomedicine; Multiferroic thin films and heterostructures. Helical magnets and layered structures; Transition metal chalcogenides and heterostructures.

Tho Duc Nguyen, Professor

  • Professor of Physics at University of South Florida, 4202 East Fowler Avenue, Tampa, Florida 33620, USA
  • Email: ngtho@uga.edu
  • Tel.: 813-974-4322
  • Research interests: Magnetic field effect in organic light emitting diodes (OLEDs); Giant magnetoresistance (GMR) & tunneling magnetoresistance (TMR) in organic spin valves; Spin organic light emitting diodes; Organic Ferroelectrics; Magneto-Optics (MO) & Simulations