Khanh Duy Nguyen, born in 1996, achieved the B.Sc. degree in Space and Application at the University of Science and Technology of Hanoi, Vietnam in 2017. He then followed his master courses in physics in Paris, France. In 2022 he received the M.Sc. degree in Science of Material and Nano-objects at Sorbonne University, France, following a Master thesis on experimental study of electronic correlations in layered chalcogenides.
Since 2023, he is Ph.D. student in Industrial and Information Engineering at University of Udine, Italy as part of the NanoElectronic Devices and Circuits (NEDeC) group headed by Professor David Esseni. His doctoral programme is notably supported by the Franco-Italian University (VINCI program). This collaborative framework operates under the co-supervision of Prof. David Esseni and Dr. Marco Pala at the NEDeC group, University of Udine (Italy) as well as Dr. Philippe Dolfus at the Centre de Nanosciences et de Nanotechnologies (C2N), Université Paris-Saclay (France).
His research focus on the ab-initio simulations to explore and elucidate the electrical and transport properties of nanoelectronic devices. Specifically, his work centers on employing the Non-Equilibrium Green's Function (NEGF) modeling technique to analyze quantum transport phenomena within novel materials such as two-dimensional semiconductors.