Dr Nghia Nguyen-Trong a Rising Star

Congratulations to Dr Nghia Nguyen-Trong, Lecturer in the School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, who has been recognised as one of Australia’s rising stars as a researcher.

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Nghia made the 2021 Top 40 Early Career Researchers list shared by The Australian on November 10. You can read that article here (These 40 young researchers are rising stars, leaders of the future | The Australian)

The list included five best-performing, early career researchers in each of the eight main disciplines of research. Their inclusion was determined by a methodology which considers both their volume of research output, as well as the impact it has in their field.

Nghia was included in the Physics and Mathematics field. His work includes a focus on applied electromagnetics and exciting research directions with great impacts on communications, biomedical engineering, security, and more.

Nghia says he is thrilled and humbled to be recognised among leading young scholars in Australia.

“It gives me a lot of motivation to continue my work. This would never happen without the support of my supervisors, colleagues, students, my family, and friends. Thank you so much,” he said.

Watch this space because, as the article says, his work is likely to make an even greater impact in the next decade.

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