Academic Profile

Dr. Cuong Dang received his Ph.D. in Physics and M.Sc. in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Brown University, RI, USA in 2010. He received his M.Sc. in Physics from Brown University in 2006 and his B. Sc. in Physics from Vietnam National University, Hanoi, Vietnam. He was awarded Vietnam Education Fellowship (VEF) in 2004, and VEF professional development grant in 2009. He worked as a postdoctoral research associate, a senior research associate, and a manager of the Nano-Photonics laboratory at Brown University before joining LUMINOUS! Centre of Excellence for Semiconductor Lighting and Displays, the School of EEE, NTU as a senior research fellow. In September 2014, he was assigned as an Assistant Professor at the school of EEE, NTU.

Dr. Dang’s research on nanophotonics and nanomaterials, as well as their applications in sensors, photovoltaics, light-emitting diodes and lasers has been published and highlighted in top international journals including Nature Photonics and Nature Nanotechnology. His research and development with QD Vision Inc., Lexington, MA, USA was recognized with the first quantum dot product for solid state lighting: “Quantum LightTM Optic.” Then it has been further developed as “Color-IQ,” the world’s first high-volume Quantum Dot product for LCD Televisions. Sony’s BRAVIA 4K 65-inch Televisions that use QD Vision's Color IQ have been named Best of Show Product at Consumer Electronics Show 2013 with their colour enhancement.
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Asst Prof (Steve) Cuong Dang
Assistant Professor, School of Electrical & Electronic Engineering
Director, Centre for OptoElectronics and Biophotonics (COEB), School of Electrical & Electronic Engineering

- OptoElectronic Devices
- Nano-Photonics
- LEDs, Lasers, Quantum Emitters
- Nano-Materials
 
  • EyeFyx: Vision correction for digital displays using nano-imprinted film and software

  • Gas Leak Monitoring with a Few-Pixel Camera

  • Interlayer engineering to improve stability and reproducibility of high-performance perovskite photovoltaics

  • Optical Metrology At Nanometer Scale for Integrated Circuit Wafers

  • Scintillation of perovskite materials for imaging and spectroscopy applications
 
  • Burak Guzelturk, Yusuf Kelestemur, Kivanc Gungor, Aydan Yeltik, Mehmet Zafer Akgul, Yue Wang, Rui Chen, Cuong Dang, Handong Sun, Hilmi Volkan Demir. (2015). Stable and Low‐Threshold Optical Gain in CdSe/CdS Quantum Dots: An All‐Colloidal Frequency Up‐Converted Laser. Advanced Materials, 27(17), 2741-2746.

  • Xuyong Yang, Evren Mutlugun, Cuong Dang, Kapil Dev, Yuan Gao, Swee Tiam Tan, Xiao Wei Sun & Hilmi Volkan Demir. (2014). Highly Flexible, Electrically Driven, Top-Emitting, Quantum Dot Light-Emitting Stickers. ACS Nano, 8(8), 8224–8231.

  • Cuong Dang, Joonhee Lee, Kwangdong Roh, H. Kim, S. Ahn, H. Jeon, Craigs Breen, Johnathan S. Steckel, Seth Coe-Sullivan, and Arto Nurmikko. (2013). Highly Efficient, Spatially Coherent Distributed Feedback Lasers from Dense Colloidal Quantum Dot Films. Applied Physics Letters, 103, 171104.

  • Cuong Dang, Joonhee Lee, Yu Zhang, Jung Han, Craig Breen, Jonathan S Steckel, Seth Coe‐Sullivan, Arto Nurmikko. (2012). A Wafer‐Level Integrated White‐Light‐Emitting Diode Incorporating Colloidal Quantum Dots as a Nanocomposite Luminescent Material. Advanced Materials, 24(44), 5915-5918.

  • Cuong Dang, Joonhee Lee, Craig Breen, Jonathan S. Steckel, Seth Coe-Sullivan & Arto Nurmikko. (2012). Red, green and blue lasing enabled by single-exciton gain in colloidal quantum dot films. Nature Nanotechnology, 7, 335-339.