Research Associate in Mechanical Engineering and Biomedical Nanotechnology
College of Medicine and Public Health
Dr. Duy Quang Pham is a Professional Mechanical Engineer with expertise in surface engineering and coating characterisations, especially in biomaterials coatings for biomedical applications. He has significant hands-on experience in surface engineering using atmospheric plasma spray from designing to operating perspectives. His area of research involves applying emerging surface engineering methods and process innovations to generate new generations of coatings for medical devices. His expertise also associates with material characterisation, mechanical testing, fatigue & durability analysis, robot programming and automation system.
Dr. Duy Quang Pham is currently working as a Postdoctoral Researcher in College of Medicine and Public Health, Flinders University, while holding the position as an Adjunct Research Fellow in the area of thermal spray coatings at Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne, Australia; where he completed his PhD in thermal spray coatings, especially in plasma spray technology. He is a certified Mechanical Engineer and Member of the Institution of Engineers Australia (MIEAust) in the school of mechanical and biomedical engineering. He also serves as an Associate Investigator at the Australian Research Council Industrial Transformation Training Center (ARC ITTC) of Surface Engineering for Advanced Materials (SEAM).
He is currently working on cold plasma technology and plasma-made nanostructure, microbial sterilization, and other applications by building various cold plasma systems. These novel made-plasma systems generate novel antibacterial surfaces in combination with biomaterials to treat and prevent infectious diseases. His research focuses on the utilization of plasma technology as a useful nonthermal technique for applications in biology and medicine. The implementations for using cold plasma can be applied in various fields including: (i) Medicine: sterilization, wound healing, and disease treatment; (ii) Food: decontamination, enzyme inactivation, and toxin degradation; (iii) Polymer: sterilization, surface modification, and surface functionalization.
Project: ICF004794_ Developing and optimizing of SOFC components
Project: Improving manufacturability of bioceramic coated orthopaedic implants
Materials and Manufacturing
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