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Hoang Luong Receives The 2022 Graduate Student Excellence-in-Research Award

April 18, 2022

Hoang Luong, who completed his Ph.D. in Physics in 2021 receives Graduate Student Excellence-in-Research 2022 Award.

Congratulations to Hoang Luong from the Department of Physics and Astronomy who is one of the 5 Gradute students to receive Gradute Student Excellence-in-Research Awards.

The Graduate Student Excellence-in-Research Awards were initiated in 1999 to recognize the quality and significance of graduate-student scholarship, these awards may be given in five areas: Fine Arts, Humanities and Letters, Life Sciences, Mathematical and Physical Sciences, and Applied Studies.

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Hoang Luong, Ph.D.

Hoang Luong,who completed his Ph.D. in physics in 2021, is a postdoctoral fellow at the University of California, Santa Barbara. At UGA, he made three important contributions to the metallurgical coating and thin-film community. He explored fabricating nanostructures of composite noble metals and magnetic materials as magneto-plasmonic systems. He investigated the design and apprehension of active chiral metamaterials, and he made a breakthrough in hydrogen sensor applications using a similar approach. He contributed as the first or co-author for more than 20 published research papers over nearly five years at UGA, some with high-impact factor journals in cutting-edge research topics. In his postdoctoral position at UCSB, he has been working on an entirely new research direction, studying long-term stability of organic photodetectors and organic photovoltaics.

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