2020-now: Dean, School of Education, Can Tho University, Viet Nam

2015-2020: Vice Dean, School of Education, Can Tho University, Viet Nam

2012-2015: Deputy Head, Department of Physics Education, School of Education, Can Tho University, Viet Nam

2001-2012: Lecturer, Department of Physics Education,  School of Education, Can Tho University, Viet Nam

Academic Degrees

2012 PhD. in Computational Material Science  at  University of Bremen, Germany

2007 Master in Theoretical physics and mathematical physics at Can Tho University, Viet Nam

2001 Bachelor in Physics Teacher Education at Can Tho University, Viet Nam

Research interest

Computational Material Science


[23] Huynh Anh Huy, Duy Khanh Nguyen, R Ponce-Pérez, J Guerrero-Sanchez, Do Minh Hoat, Electronic and magnetic properties of SnC monolayer doped with 3d transition metals: A first-principles study, Materials Today Communications, 106511 (2023)

[22] Huynh Thi Thuy Diem, Dinh Minh Quang, Huynh Anh Huy, Development of the undergraduate training program for natural science at Can Tho University, Can Tho University Journal of Science, 59, 93-99 (2023)

[21] Le Thi Thuy My, Ho Quoc Duy, Ca Nguyen Anh Khoa, Truong Quoc Tuan, Truong Anh Quân, Huynh Anh Huy, Study of electronic structure of the penta-graphene nanoribbons, Can Tho University Journal of Science, 59, 77-85 (2023)

[20] Huy Anh Huynh, Tuan Quoc Truong, Hoang Duy Vo Le, Lam Hoang Nguyen, Phuong Anh Thi Ngo, Ngoc Gia Thi Trinh, Long Truong Nguyen, Molecular dynamics simulation of pressure effect on silicene nanoribbons, VNUHCM Journal of Science and Technology Development 26 (2), 2705-2713 (2023)

[19] Nguyen Truong Long, Truong Quoc Tuan, Do Ngoc Anh Thuy, Quoc Duy Ho, Huynh Anh Huy, Molecular dynamics study of the finite-size effect in 2D nanoribbon silicene, Molecular Simulation 49 (7), 655-663 (2023)

[18] Tran Yen Mi, Huynh Anh Huy, Nguyen Thanh Tien, A comparison study of the structural, electronic and electronic transport properties of nanoribbons based on Penta-graphene, Penta-P2C and Penta-SiC2, Materials Today Communications 32, 103912 (2022)

[17] Huynh Anh Huy, Quoc Duy Ho, Duy Khanh Nguyen, Computational study of hyperfine interaction for Zn substitute Ga in β-Ga2O3, Computational Condensed Matter (2022)

[16] Nguyen Lam Thuy Duong , Nguyen Thi Kim Quyen , Pham Nguyen Huu Hanh , Le Dang Khoa , Ngo Van Chinh , Phan Thị Kim Loan, Huỳnh Anh Huy, Vũ Thanh Trà, The effect of critical electric fields on the electronic distribution of bilayer armchair graphene nanoribbons, Dalat University Journal of Science,11, 4 (2021)

[15] Huỳnh Anh Huy, Quoc Duy Ho, Truong Quoc Tuan, Ong Kim Le, Nguyen Le Hoai Phuong, Dumbbell configuration of silicon adatom defects on silicene nanoribbons, Scientific Reports, 11:14374 (2021)

[14] Huynh Anh Huy, Nguyen Truong Long, Truong Quoc Tuan, Le Thi Phuc Loc, Ong Kim Le, Nguyen Hoang Giang, & Vo Van Hoang, A molecular dynamics study of the cooling effect and thermal stability on monolayer of Penta-Silicene. Ho Chi Minh City University of Education Journal of Science, 16(9), 309-322 (2019)

[13] Huynh Anh Huy, Long Truong Nguyen, Duong Lam Thuy Nguyen, Tuan Quoc Truong, Vo Van Hoang, Giang Hoang Nguyen, Novel pressure-induced topological phase transitions of supercooled liquid and amorphous silicene, Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter 31 (9), 095403 (2019)

[12] Nguyen Truong Long, Huynh Anh Huy, Truong Quoc Tuan, Ong Kim Le, Vo Van Hoang, Nguyen Hoang Giang, Crystallization of supercooled liquid and amorphous silicene, Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids, 487, 87-95 (2018).

[11] Nguyen Anh Khoa Ca, Anh Huy Huynh, Molecular dynamics simulation of rutile - anatase heterojunction, Can Tho University Journal of Science. 06. 140-147 (2017).

[10] Vũ Thanh Trà, Thi-Kim- Quyen Nguyen, Huỳnh Anh Huy, Phan Thị Kim Loan, Van-Truong Tran, Modulation of bandgap in bilayer armchair graphene ribbons by tuning vertical and transverse electric fields, Science Direct, 102, 451- 458 (2017). 

[9] Jolla Kullgren, Huynh Anh Huy, Bálint Aradi, Thomas Frauenheim, Peter Deák, Theoretical study of charge separation at the rutile/anatase interface, Physica Status Solidi-Rapid Research Letters. 8. 566-570 (2014).

[8] Gabriele Penazzi, Peter Deák, Bálint Aradi, Tim Wehling, Alessio Gagliardi, Huynh Anh Huy, Binghai Yan, Thomas Frauenheim, TiO2 Nanowires as a Wide Bandgap Dirac Material: a numerical study of impurity scattering and Anderson disorder, MRS Online Proceedings Library (OPL) 1659, 187-191 (2014)

[7] Peter Deak, Balint Aradi, Alessio Gagliardi, Huynh Anh Huy, Gabriele Penazzi, Binghai Yan, Tim Wehling, Thomas Frauenheim. Possibility of a Field Effect Transistor Based on Dirac Particles in Semiconducting Anatase-TiO2 Nanowires, Nano Letters, 13,1073-1079 (2013).

[6] Huynh Anh Huy, Bálint Aradi, Thomas Frauenheim and Peter Deák, Comparison of Nb- and Ta-doping of anatase TiO2 for transparent conductor applications, J. Appl. Phys., 112,016103 (2012).

[5] Bálint Aradi, Peter Deák, Huynh Anh Huy, Andreas Rosenauer, and Thomas Frauenheim, Role of Symmetry in the Stability and Electronic Structure of Titanium Dioxide Nanowires; J. Phys. Chem. C, 115,18494-18499 (2011).

[4] Huynh Anh Huy, Bálint Aradi, Thomas Frauenheim and Peter Deák; Calculation of carrier concentration dependent effective mass in Nb-doped anatase crystals of TiO2;  Phys.Rev.B, 83,155201 (2011).

[3] Nguyen Viet Minh, Nguyen Huyen Tung, and Huynh Anh Huy, Relaxation lifetimes of background-doped AlGaN/GaN heterojunction, Communications in Physics, Volume 17, pp. 21-30 (2007̣̣).

[2] Doan Nhat Quang, Nguyen Huyen Tung, Do Thi Hien, and Huynh Anh Huy, Theory of the channel-width dependence of the low-temperature hole mobility in Ge-rich narrow square Si∕SiGe∕Si quantum wells, Phys. Rev. B 75, 073305 (2007).

[1] Doan Nhat Quang, Nguyen Huyen Tung, Vu Ngoc Tuoc, Nguyen Viet Minh, Huynh Anh Huy, and Do Thi Hien, Quantum and transport lifetimes due to roughness-induced scattering of a two-dimensional electron gas in wurtzite group-III-nitride heterostructures, Phys. Rev. B 74, 205312 (2006).


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