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Assoc Prof Dr.BinhNguyen : Environmental pollution | Best Researcher Award

Assoc Prof Dr Binh Nguyen is an accomplished researcher and lecturer with a diverse academic background. Holding a PhD in Soil, Crop, and Atmospheric Sciences from Cornell University, their expertise lies in Soil Biogeochemistry, particularly in the stability of Black Carbon in soil. As a Postdoctoral researcher at Pennsylvania State University, they delved into the greenhouse gas life cycle analysis of biochar’s impact on marginal land conversion to switchgrass production under the guidance of Prof. Dr. Roger Koide. Currently a dedicated lecturer and researcher at the Industrial University of Ho Chi Minh City since 2016, Dr. Nguyen focuses on soil quality, agricultural production, environmental pollution, and greenhouse gas emissions. 🌱🔬

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Education :

Assoc Prof Dr Binh Nguyen is a seasoned researcher with a comprehensive academic journey. They earned a Ph.D. in Soil, Crop, and Atmospheric Sciences from Cornell University, specializing in Soil Biogeochemistry, investigating Black Carbon stability in soil. Prior to this, they pursued a Master’s at the University of Adelaide, Australia, focusing on Soil Management and Conservation. Their thesis explored the impact of drying and rewetting on soil phosphorus transformations under the guidance of Assoc. Prof. Dr. Petra Marschner. Dr. Nguyen’s educational foundation includes an Agriculture Engineering degree from Hue University of Agriculture and Forestry, Vietnam (1991-1996). 🌱🔬🎓

Work Experience :

Assoc Prof Dr Binh Nguyen brings a wealth of experience to their role as a dedicated lecturer and researcher at the Industrial University of Ho Chi Minh City since 2016. Specializing in soil quality, agricultural production, environmental pollution, and greenhouse gas emissions, their work aligns with sustainable practices. Prior to this, they served as a researcher at Ton Duc Thang University, focusing on environmental and soil sciences. Notably, from 2011 to 2014, as a Postdoctoral researcher at Penn State University, Dr. Nguyen monitored projects on soil fertility improvement, greenhouse gas emissions, and soil carbon sequestration. With a robust background from 1996 to 2010 as a researcher at the Rubber Research Institute of Vietnam, they contributed significantly to enhancing soil productivity for natural rubber trees. 🌱🔍🌾

Honors :

Dr. Binh Nguyen’s academic journey is adorned with prestigious recognitions and achievements. In 2011, they secured a Postdoctoral fellowship at Penn State University, showcasing their commitment to advancing research. Notably, the 2009 Professional Development Grant from the Vietnam Education Foundation underscored their dedication to educational growth. Their excellence was further acknowledged with the 2008 Henry W. Wu Fellowship at Cornell University and travel grants in 2007 from both Cornell University and the Vietnam Education Foundation. Earlier accolades include winning the third prize at the Creative Competition Festival for Sciences and Technologies in Ho Chi Minh City (2005). Scholarships, including the Vietnam Education Foundation fellowship for their PhD and the Vietnamese government’s support for their master’s program, highlight their academic prowess. Their early academic brilliance was recognized with excellence awards in 1994 and 1995 at Hue University of Agriculture and Forestry. 🏆🌍🎓

Research Focus :

Assoc Prof Dr Binh Nguyen’s extensive research portfolio spans various critical areas. They have significantly contributed to understanding black carbon dynamics, decomposition under varying water regimes, and long-term soil cultivation impacts. Dr. Nguyen’s focus extends to climate change resilience, methane emissions from salt-affected soil, and the interactive effects of biochar and cow manure on rice growth. With expertise in soil carbon turnover, groundwater quality assessment, and nutrient leaching influenced by biochar, they also delve into environmental monitoring. Their work encompasses a diverse range of topics, embracing sustainable practices and addressing environmental challenges. 🌱🔬🌍

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Binh Nguyen | Environmental pollution | Best Researcher Award

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