Aerogel material made from recycled PET

Aerogel by NUS

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Singapore, Asia
Organization Type
Academic Institution
Stage of Development
Development TRL 4&5
Value Chain Impact
Upcycle, Materials
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Dr Duong Hai Minh

Associate Professor

Dr. Hai M.Duong received is Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering at Melbourne University in 2004. Since then, he expanded his research interests in science and engineering applications of lightweight materials through experiments and computational modeling. He was awarded four postdoctoral fellowships at world-class laboratories: university of Oklahoma, USA; University of Tokyo, Japan; Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), USA and University of Cambridge, UK. Currently, as an Assiociate Professor with Tenure at National University of Singapore (NUS), he awarded 4 competitive global innovational awards and his research interests include a number of emerging fields such as carbon nanotubes (CNTs), aerogels and their applications for aerospace structures, energy devices, environmental treatment, and thermal transport phenomena in small-scale of biological systems. He has 13 patents, published over 10 book chapters, 150 journal papers and conference proceedings, gave several keynotes and invited talks at international conferences worldwide. Dr. Duong is also the key member of Functional Material Society and the technical committee on nanotechnology in Singapore and the editorial member of International Journal of Aeronautical Science and Aerospace Research (IJASAR).
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