EBM


Research group for Electrochemistry and Bioanalytical Microsystems
 

1. General information

  • Research group’s title: Electrochemistry and Bioanalytical Microsystems
  • Acronym: AMSN
  • Group leader: Nguyen Van Quynh/Vu Thi Thu
  • Location: Laboratory 606 - USTH Building.

2. History, Objectives and Research Outcomes

The electrochemistry and Bioanalytical Chemistry (EBM) has been established since in May, 2016 at the Department of Advanced Materials Science and Nanotechnology, University of Science and Nanotechnology (USTH).

In the next 5 – 7 years, EBM will mainly focus on the fundamental researches which towards to the many high applications.  Specially, EBM aims to develop the novel electrochemical sensing systems in Biosensor application. These novel sensing systems can reach to very high sensitivity and a good stability…they are easily applied into many fields of application such as agricultural, food safety, environmental monitoring…

3. Partnership 

  • Vietnamese partners 
1. Institute of Materials Science (IMS), VAST, Vietnam
2. Institute for Tropical Technology (ITT), VAST, Vietnam
3. International Training Institute for Materials Science – ITIMS – HUST
4. Granduate University of Science and Technolgoy (GUST) – VAST, Vietnam
5. The Departement of Physic – Le Qui Don Technical University
6. The Department of Physic and Chemistry – Hanoi National University of Education.
  • International partners 
1. ITODYS - Paris Diderot (Paris 7) - France
2. Paris sud  (Paris 11) - France
3. Université of Toulouse III - Paul Sabatier – France
4. Nanyang Technological University – Singapore
5. Plasmon chemistry group - Institute of Industrial Science- University of Tokyo, Japan

4. Funding sources

Several research projects in EBM group have been funded by various funding sources such as NAFOSTED; VAST; USTH...

5. Equipment

Potentiostat Galvanostat – AUTOLAB, UV-Vis Spectrophotometer, Zeta meter, Vacuum dryer, Fume hood, Centrifuges, Spin coater, Oven, Micro pumping system for microfluidic technology, pH meter, Magnetic stirrer with heating control, Ultra sonic
 

6. Ongoing research activities

1. Elaboration of hybrid immunosensor based on dual channel tranduction mechanisms: electrochemical and surface plasmon resonance detection for determining organic pollutants in waters.” – Funded by NAFOSTED from 5/2017 to 4/2017
2. Synthesis and characterization of the hybrid organic/inorganic materials. Applications in enzyme-based electrochemical biosensors for glucose detection” – Funded by USTH, 2017
3. Development of a microfluidic system for investigating a large number of single cancer cells” – funded by NAFOSTED from 2018 to 2020
4. Development of multiplex sensing system integrated with wireless module for detection of toxins in agricultural products” – Funded by Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology, 2017-2018
5. Development of highly sensitive biosensing systems with assistance of gold nanoparticles”, Funded by USTH, 2017
6. Investigation of the active plasmon device and Plasmon induced electrochemistry.

7. Group members

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Full name

Position

Working unit

Remark

 

Vietnamese Partner

1

Associ. Prof. Trần Đại Lâm

Scientific Advisor

GUST - Vast

 

2

Dr. Nguyễn Văn Quỳnh

Principal Researcher

USTH

 

3

Dr. Vu Thi Thu

Principal researcher

USTH

 

4

Đậu Thị Ngọc Ngà

Master student

USTH

 

5

Nguyễn Bình Minh

Bachelor Student

University of Education I

 

6

Phùng Ngọc Thành

Bachelor Student

University of Education I

 

7

Nguyễn Thị Hoan

Bachelor Student

Hanoi Univ. of Science, VNU

 

8

Bùi Thị Thu

Bachelor Student

University of Education II

 

9

Đỗ Thị Mỹ Ngọc

Bachelor Student

University of Education II

 

10

Nguyễn Thị Tuyết

Bachelor Student

Hanoi univ. of Pharmacy

 

11

Phan Chiến Thắng

Bachelor Student

Hanoi univ. of Pharmacy

 

12

Vũ Thị Thanh An

Bachelor Student

Hanoi univ. of Pharmacy

 

13

Phan Thùy Linh

Bachelor Student

Hanoi univ. of Pharmacy

 

International Partner

1

Prof. Jean-Christophe Lacroix

Scientific Advisor

ITODYS – Paris Diderot - France

 

2

Prof. Benoit PIRO

Scientific Advisor

ITODYS – Paris Diderot - France

 

3

Prof. Minh – Chau PHAM

Scientific Advisor

ITODYS – Paris Diderot - France

 

 

8. Featured publications

 

No

Publications

Authors

(Make the USTH authors bold)

Journal Article

Year

1.

Multiscale organization of a size gradient of gold nanoparticles in a honeycomb structure network

Nguyen, V.Q., Nguyen, B.M. and Lacroix, J.C.,

Electrochemistry Communications. 2019, 102, 63-66

2019

2.

From active plasmonic devices to plasmonic molecular electronics

Lacroix, J.C., Nguyen, V-Q., Ai, Y., Nguyen, V-Q., Martin, P. and Lacaze, P.C,.

Polymer International, 201968(4), 607-619

2019

3.

Elaboration of a Valley-liked gold nanoparticles (AuNPs) network modified electrode surface towards for improving the sensitivity of electrochemical sensor

D-H-N Nguyen; B-M Nguyen, T-A Nguyen, V-Q Nguyen

Journal of Military Science and Technology, 2019, 62, 149-158

2019

4.

A quantitative analysis of the whispering-gallery-mode lasers in Er3+-doped silica glass microspheres towards integration in SOI slotted photonic crystal waveguides

Nguyen,V-A., Pham, V- D., Hoang, T-H-C., Le, H-T., Hoang, T-T., Ngo, Q-M., Pham, V-H.

Optics Communications, 2019, 440, 14-20

2019

5.

Electrodeposition of PEDOT-rGO film in aqueous solution for detection of acetaminophen in traditional medicaments

Ly, C.T., Phan, C.T., Vu, C.N., Le, H.S., Nguyen, T.T., Le, L.A. and Vu, T.T

Advances in Natural Sciences: Nanoscience and Nanotechnology2019, 10(1), p.015013

2019

6.

Preparation of magnetic graphene oxide/chitosan composite beads for effective removal of heavy metals and dyes from aqueous solutions

Le, T.T.N., Le, V.T., Dao, M.U., Nguyen, Q.V., Vu, T.T., Nguyen, M.H., Tran, D.L. and Le, H.S

Chemical Engineering Communications, 2019, pp.1-16

2019

7.

Peptide-modified electrolyte-gated organic field effect transistor. Application to Cu2+ detection

Nguyen, T.T.K., Tran, H.V., Vu, T.T., Reisberg, S., Noël, V., Mattana, G., Pham, M.C. and Piro, B

Biosensors and Bioelectronics2019, 127, pp.118-125

2019

8.

In-situ electrochemically deposited Fe3O4 nanoparticles onto graphene nanosheets as amperometric amplifier for electrochemical biosensing applications

Dau, T.N.N., Vu, V.H., Cao, T.T., Ly, C.T., Pham, T.T.N., Loc, N.T., Piro, B. and Vu, T.T.,.

Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical, 2019283, pp.52-60

2019

9.

Determination of low solvent concentration by nano-porous silicon photonic sensors using volatile organic compound method

Bui, H., Pham, V.H., Pham, V.D., Hoang, T.H.C., Pham, T.B., Do, T.C., Ngo, Q.M. and Nguyen, T.V

Environmental technology, 2018, pp.1-9

2018

10.

Mode selection and dispersion engineering in Bragg-like slot photonic crystal waveguides for hybrid light–matter interactions

Serna, S., Zhang, W., Hoang, T.H.C., Alonso-Ramos, C., Marris-Morini, D., Vivien, L. and Cassan, E.,

Photonics Research, 2018, 6(1), pp.54-60.

2018

11.

DEVELOPMENT OF NANO-POROUS SILICON PHOTONIC SENSORS FOR PESTICIDE MONITORING

Bui, H., Pham, V.H., Pham, V.D., Pham, T.B., Hoang, T.H.C., Do, T.C. and Nguyen, T.V.,

Digest Journal of Nanomaterials & Biostructures (DJNB)2018, 13(1).

 

12.

Novel method of dual fiber Bragg gratings integrated in fiber ring laser for biochemical sensors.

Bui, H., Pham, T.B., Nguyen, V.A., Pham, V.D., Do, T.C., Nguyen, T.V., Hoang, T.H.C., Le, H.T. and Pham, V.H.,.

Measurement Science and Technology2018,29(5), p.055105.

2018

13.

An interdigitated ISFET-type sensor based on LPCVD grown graphene for ultrasensitive detection of carbaryl

Thanh, C.T., Binh, N.H., Van Tu, N., Thu, V.T., Bayle, M., Paillet, M., Sauvajol, J.L., Thang, P.B., Dai Lam, T., Minh, P.N. and Van Chuc, N.,.

Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical, 2018, 260, pp.78-85

2018

14.

Electrochemical determination of tetracycline using AuNP-coated molecularly imprinted overoxidized polypyrrole sensing interface

Devkota, L., Nguyen, L.T., Vu, T.T. and Piro, B..

Electrochimica Acta2018,270, pp.535-542

 

15.

Development of a portable electrochemical loop mediated isothermal amplification (LAMP) device for detection of hepatitis B virus

Jayanath, N.Y., Nguyen, L.T., Vu, T.T. and Dai Tran, L.

RSC Advances8(45), pp.25361-25367.

2018

16.

Reduced graphene oxide-polyaniline film as enhanced sensing interface for the detection of loop-mediated-isothermal-amplification products by open circuit potential measurement

Thu, V.T., Tien, B.Q., Nga, D.T.N., Thanh, L.C., Le, T.C. and Dai Lam, T

RSC Advances8(45), pp.25361-25367

2018

17.

Iron oxide and gold based magneto-plasmonic nanostructures for medical applications: : A review

Nguyen, T., Mammeri, F. and Ammar, S.

Nanomaterials8(3), p.149.

 

18.

An electrochemical sensor based on poly(p-aminophenyl acetic acid) film modified glassy carbon electrode for auramine O detection

Tran, Q-T., Phung, T-T., Nguyen, V-Q., Nguyen, Q-T

Journal of Analytical Sciences, 2018, 23 (4), 376-391

2018

19.

Triggering the Electrolyte-Gated Organic Field-Effect Transistor output characteristics through gate functionalization using diazonium chemistry: Application to biodetection of 2, 4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid

Nguyen, T.T.K., Nguyen, T.N., Anquetin, G., Reisberg, S., Noël, V., Mattana, G., Touzeau, J., Barbault, F., Pham, M.C. and Piro, B.

Biosensors and Bioelectronics113, pp.32-38

2018

20.

Ultrathin Molecular Layer Junctions Based on Cyclometalated Ruthenium Complexes

Van Nguyen, Q., Lafolet, F., Martin, P. and Lacroix, J.C

The Journal of Physical Chemistry C122(50), pp.29069-29074

2018

21.

Orbital Control of Long-Range Transport in Conjugated and Metal-Centered Molecular Electronic Junctions

Tefashe, U.M., Van Nguyen, Q., Morteza Najarian, A., Lafolet, F., Lacroix, J.C. and McCreery, R.L

The Journal of Physical Chemistry C122(50), pp.29028-29038

 

22.

Highly Efficient Long-Range Electron Transport in a Viologen-Based Molecular Junction

Van Nguyen, Q., Martin, P., Frath, D., Della Rocca, M.L., Lafolet, F., Bellinck, S., Lafarge, P. and Lacroix, J.C.

Journal of the American Chemical Society

140(32), pp.10131-10134

2018

23.

Plasmon-Induced Conductance Switching of an Electroactive Conjugated Polymer Nanojunction

Y Ai, VQ Nguyen, J Ghilane, PC Lacaze, JC Lacroix;

ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces

2017

24.

Enzyme-less Electrochemical Displacement Heterogeneous Immunosensor for Diclofenac Detection

TTK Nguyen, TT Vu, G Anquetin, HV Tran, S Reisberg, V Noël, G Mattana, VQ Nguyen, Tran Dai Lam, MC Pham, B Piro

Biosensors & Bio electronics

2017

25.

Plasmon-Induced Nanolocalized Reduction of Diazonium Salts

VQ Nguyen, Y. Ai, P. Martin, JC. Lacroix

ACS Omega

2017

26.

Ordered Nanoporous Thin Films by Nanosphere Lithography and Diazonium Electroreduction: Simple Elaboration of Ultra‐Micro‐Electrode Arrays

VQ.Nguyen, D. Schaming, DL. Tran, JC. Lacroix

ChemElectroChem

2016

27.

Unprecedented Self-Organized Monolayer of a Ru (II) Complex by Diazonium Electroreduction

VQ Nguyen, X.Sun, F. Lafolet, JF.Audibert,F.Miomandre,G.Lemercier, F.Loiseau, JC. Lacroix

Journal of the American Chemical Society (JACS)

2016

28.

Comparing plasmonic electrodes prepared by electron-beam lithography and electrochemical reduction of an Au (iii) salt: application in active plasmonic devices

VQNguyen, D.Schaming, P.Martin, JC. Lacroix

Advances in Natural Sciences: Nanoscience and Nanotechnology

2016

29.

Large-area plasmonic electrodes and active plasmonic devices generated by electrochemical processes

VQNguyen, D.Schaming, P.Martin, JC. Lacroix

Electrochimica Acta

2015

30.

Highly resolved nanostructured PEDOT on large areas by nanosphere lithography and electrodeposition

VQNguyen, D.Schaming, P.Martin, JC. Lacroix

ACS applied materials & interfaces

2015

31.

Grafting π-conjugated oligomers incorporating 3, 4-ethylenedioxythiophene (EDOT) and thiophene units on surfaces by diazonium electroreduction

V.Stockhausen, G.Trippé-Allard, VQ.Nguyen, J.Ghilane, JC. Lacroix

The Journal of Physical Chemistry C

2015

32.

Tunable plasmon resonance of gold nanoparticles functionalized by electroactive bisthienylbenzene oligomers or polythiophene

VQNguyen, D.Schaming, P.Martin, JC. Lacroix

The Journal of Physical Chemistry C

2014

33.

Development of the layer-by-layer biosensor using graphene films: application for cholesterol determination

HB.Nguyen, HD. Le, VQ. Nguyen, TTT.Ngo, QP. Do, XN. Nguyen, NM. Phan

Advances in Natural Sciences: Nanoscience and Nanotechnology

2013

34.

Biochip for real-time monitoring of Hepatitis B Virus (HBV) by combined loop-mediated isothermal amplification and solution-phase electrochemical detection for real-time monitoring hepatitis B virus (HBV)

QT Bui, TN Nguyen, TN Nguyen, TL Nguyen, TT Vu, DL Tran

Journal of Electronic Materials

2017

35.

Selected-area growth of nickel micropillars on aluminum thin films by electroless plating for applications in microbolometers,

NH Do, NHM Dang, TT Vu, NT Tran,

Journal of Science: Advanced Materials and Devices

2017

36.

Electrochemical immunosensor based on Fe3O4-PANI/AuNP detecting interface for carcino-embryonic antigen biomarkers

C.Amarasiri, TB Nguyen, LT Nguyen, TT Vu, TMT Nguyen, DL Tran

Journal of Electronic Materials

2017

37.

Highly visible light activity of nitrogen doped TiO2 prepared by sol-gel approach

DT Le, SL Ngo, DN Vu, MT Nguyen, TTM Nguyen, TL Nguyen, TT Vu, DL Tran

Journal of electronic Materials

2017

38.

Electrochemical Immunosensor for Detection of Atrazine based on Polyaniline/Graphene

VC Nguyen, HB Nguyen, TT Cao, VT Nguyen, LH Nguyen, TD Nguyen, NM Phan, TT Vu, DL Tran

Journal of Materials Science & Technology

2016

39.

Development of label-free electrochemical lactose biosensor based on graphene/poly(1,5-diaminonaphthalene) film

HB Nguyen, TB Nguyen, VH Vu, VC Nguyen, TD Nguyen, TL Nguyen, TT Vu, Lam DL Tran

Current Applied Physics

2016

40.

Development of a PMMA electrochemical microfluidic device for carcinoembryonic antigen detection

VA Nguyen, VT Hoang, QT Bui, HB Nguyen, HH Cao, LH Nguyen, TL Nguyen, TT Vu, DL Tran

Journal of Electronic Materials

2016

41.

Fabrication of few-layer graphene film based field effect transistor and its application for trace-detection of herbicide atrazine

TT Cao, HB Nguyen, HT Bui, TT Vu, NH Phan, BT Phan, H Le, M.Bayle, M.Paillet, JL.Sauvajol, NM Phan,

, Advances in Natural Sciences: Nanoscience and Nanotechnology

2016

42.

Fabrication of PDMS-based microfluidic devices: Application for synthesis of magnetic nanoparticles

TT Vu, NM An, QT Bui, VT Hoang, TT Phung, TT Nguyen, DL Tran

Journal of electronic Materials

2016

43.

A novel route of making Fe3O4 fluid with high stability using poly-acrylic acid as phase transfer ligand

TKO Vuong, DL Tran, TT Vu, TL Le, HN Pham, HM Do, XP Nguyen

Journal of electronic Materials

2016

44.

Preparation and characterization of Fe-doped TiO2 films covered on silicagel

MN Nguyen, TH Nguyen, TAT Ma, TL Phung, TT Vu, DL Tran

Journal of electronic Materials

2016

45.

A new and easy surface functionalization technnology for monitoring wettability in heterogeneous nano- and microfluidic devices

TT Vu, M.Fofet, AM.Gué, J.Sudor

Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical

2014

46.

An easy surface modification in heterogeneous nano-and micro-fluidic devices

TT Vu, M.Fouet, AM.Gué, J.Sudor

Chemicke Listy

2013

47.

Polydopamine coated capillaries for CE separations

J.Partyka, F.Foret, TT Vu, J.Sudor

Chemicke Listy

2013

48. 26

Effects of thermal treated environment on some properties of cobalt-doped zinc oxide fabricated by sol-gel

VH Pham, TT Vu, DC Pham, N.D.Lam, TK Nguyen, HH Le

Advances in optics, photonics, spectroscopy and application

2008

 

9. Research outcomes or featured results have been achieved
Many papers have been submitted and published at very high range of scientific journal (at very high impact factor).