Dung Tien Nguyen
My research goals are directed toward understanding of fundamental aspects of macromolecular science including structural formation, property and structure-property-processing relationship, relevant both in the area of biobased polymers, synthetic polymers, blends, composites and respective bio-medical applications.
My recent works are focused on designing and developing a novel material having “smart” properties (e.g., stimuli-responsive, shape memory, self-cleaning, and self-healing) based on polymer nanofibers encapsulated bioactive nanoparticles for applications in bio-medical domain.
- N.-D. Tien, R.E. Prud'homme, Crystallization in Immiscible Polymer Blends, in: S. Thomas, E.B. Gowd (Eds.), Crystallization in Multiphase Polymer Systems, Elsevier 2018. (Chapter 7)
- N.-D. Tien, S. Sakurai, Hierarchical structures in poly(lactic acid)/poly(ethylene glycol) blends, European Polymer Journal 89 (2017) 381-398. (Feature article)
- S. Boissé, M.A. Kryuchkov, N.-D. Tien, C.G. Bazuin, R.E. Prud'homme, PLLA crystallization in linear AB and BAB copolymers of l-lactide and 2-dimethylaminoethyl methacrylate, Macromolecules 49(18) (2016) 6973-6986.
- N.-D. Tien, Y. Nishikawa, M. Hashimoto, M. Tosaka, S. Sasaki, S. Sakurai, Three-dimensional analyses of spherulite morphology in poly(oxyethylene) and its blends with amorphous poly(d,l-lactic acid) using X-ray computerized tomography, Polymer Journal 47(1) (2015) 37-44. (Issue cover)