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Name: Nguyễn Minh Quân
Position: Lecturer
Title: Dr.
Office: O2. 610
Telephone: (84)-(8)- 3724 4270 Ext. 3235

Ph.D.  in Applied Mathematics, State University of New York at Buffalo, USA, 2011.

M.A. in Mathematics, State University of New York at Buffalo, USA, 2010.

B.Sc. in Mathematics and Computer Science, University of Science, VNU-HCMC, Vietnam, 2004.

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2012-present: Lecturer, International University, Vietnam National University-Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.

2011: Instructor, State University of New York at Buffalo, Buffalo, New York, USA.

2006-2010: Teaching Assistant, State University of New York at Buffalo, Buffalo, New York, USA.

2005-2006: Teaching Assistant, Lecturer, Ton Duc Thang University, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.

2005:  Teaching Assistant, University of Science, Vietnam National University-Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.

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Applied Mathematics, Linear and nonlinear waves, Optical soliton, Scientific computing, Dynamical systems, and Applied probability.

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  •  Articles published in peer-reviewed Journals  

9. A. Peleg, Q.M. Nguyen, and T. T. Huynh, Stable scalable control of soliton propagation in broadband nonlinear optical waveguides, European Physical Journal D, 71:30 (2017). [SCI]

8. A. Peleg, Q.M. Nguyen, and T.P. Tran, Transmission stability and Raman-induced amplitude dynamics in multichannel soliton-based optical waveguide systemsOptics Communications, Vol. 380, 41 (2016).  [SCI]

7. D. Chakraborty, A. Peleg, Q. M. Nguyen, Stabilizing soliton-based multichannel transmission with frequency dependent linear gain-lossOptics Communications, Vol. 371, 252 (2016). [SCI]

6. Q.M. Nguyen, A. Peleg, and T.P. Tran, Robust transmission stabilization and dynamic switching in broadband hybrid waveguide systems with nonlinear gain and lossPhysical Review A, Vol. 91, 013839 (2015). [SCI]

5. A. Peleg, Q.M. Nguyen, and P. Glenn, Many-body interaction in fast soliton collisionsPhysical Review E, Vol. 89, 043201 (2014). [SCI]

4. A. Peleg, Q.M. Nguyen, and Y. Chung, Cross-talk dynamics of optical solitons in a broadband Kerr nonlinear system with weak cubic loss, Physical Review A, Vol. 82, 053830 (2010). [SCI]

3.  Q.M. Nguyen and A. Peleg, Resolving the Raman-induced cross frequency shift in fast optical soliton collisionsJournal of the Optical Society of America B, Vol. 27, 1985 (2010). [SCI]

2.  Q. M. Nguyen and A. Peleg, Deterministic Raman crosstalk effects in amplified wavelength division multiplexing transmission, Optics Communications, Vol. 283, 3500 (2010) [SCI].

1.  A. Peleg, Y. Chung, T. Dohnal, and Q.M. Nguyen, Diverging probability density functions for flat-top solitary waves, Physical Review E, Vol. 80, 026602 (2009). [SCI]

  • Preprints
2. Soliton-like behavior in fast two-pulse collisions in weakly perturbed linear physical systems, with A. Peleg and T. Huynh, arXiv:1702.05583.

1. Pulse-induced amplitude shift in fast collisions in perturbed linear PDEs with high order of nonlinearities, in preparation

  • Other publications

3. A. Peleg, Y. Chung, and Q. M. Nguyen, Stable Energy Equalization of Solitons in WDM Waveguide Systems with Cubic LossIn Proceedings of the Frontiers in Optics, Rochester, New York, USA (2012).

2. Q. M. Nguyen, Effects of randomness, dissipation and interaction on solitons of the cubic nonlinear Schrödinger equation and related nonlinear wave models, Dissertation, 117 pages, State University of New York at Buffalo (2011).

1. A. Peleg and Q. M. Nguyen, Stability of Amplified DPSK WDM Transmission against Raman Crosstalk EffectsIn Proceedings of the Optical Fiber Communications Conference, San Diego, California, USA (2010).


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 Grants and Awards

  •  NAFOSTED grant, Principal Investigator: Project 2013-2015 and Project 2016-2018 on Linear and Nonlinear Waves.
  •  SIAM Student Travel Award (2010).
  • The Melva Behrns Award, SUNY at Buffalo, USA (2010).

Upcoming events:

Past conferences/Talks presented:

  • The 3rd International Conference on Computational Science and Engineering, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, November 28-30, 2016. Speaker.
  • The AMO/QIS/CMT Seminar, National Center for Theoretical Science (Physics Division), Hsinchu, Taiwan, August 31, 2015. Invited Speaker. Host: Prof. Ray-Kuang Lee.
  • The Atomic, Molecular, and Optical Physics Summer School, National Tsing-Hua University, Taiwan, August 25-28, 2015. Invited Speaker.
  • Summer Meeting 2015, University of Science (VNU-HCM), August 8-9, 2015. Invited Speaker.
  • International Congress of Mathematicians (ICM), Seoul, Korea, August 13-21, 2014. Contributed speaker. 

    [Short communications, 20 minutes, Section 11. Mathematical Physics.]

  • VIASM Summer Program on “PDEs and Applied Mathematics”, VIASM, Hanoi, Vietnam, July 14 – August 7, 2014. Invited Speaker.
  • The 8th Vietnamese Mathematical Conference, Nha Trang, Vietnam, August 10-14, 2013. Speaker.
  • SIAM Annual Meeting, San Diego, California, USA, July 8-12, 2013. Speaker.
  • The 8th Scientific Conference at University of Science, VNU-HCM, November 11, 2012. Speaker.
  • VMS-SMF Joint Congress, University of Hue, Vietnam, August 20-24, 2012. Speaker.
  • New York Conference on Applied Mathematics, University at Buffalo, Buffalo, New York, USA, April 2011. Speaker.
  • Applied, Industrial and Financial Mathematics Seminar, McMaster University, Canada, February 2011. Invited Speaker. Host: Prof. Dmitry Pelinovsky.
  • Applied Mathematics Seminar, Department of Mathematics, University at Buffalo, SUNY, USA, February 2011. Speaker.
  • SIAM Conference on Nonlinear Waves and Coherent Structures, Philadelphia, PA, USA, August 2010. Invited Speaker.
  • IMA PI Summer Program: Computational Wave Propagation, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan, USA, June 2010. Speaker.
  • Applied Math Days, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, New York, USA, March 2010. Speaker.
  • SIAM Annual Meeting, Denver, Colorado, USA, July 2009. Invited Speaker.

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  • Analysis III (MAFE203IU)

  • Probability (MAFE206IU)

  • Statistics (MAFE301IU) 


FALL 2016

  • Analysis III (MAFE203IU)

  • Probability (MAFE206IU)

  • Statistics (MAFE301IU) 
  • Calculus 1 (MA001IU): 2 sections


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