Luc-Sy TRAN received his Engineering Diploma in Automobile Propulsion and Thermal Engines from Da Nang University of Science and Technology, Vietnam, and his M.Sc. degree in Thermal and Energy from INSA-Lyon, France. From 2010 to 2013, he worked at LRGP-CNRS-Nancy and received his PhD in Process Engineering and Products from the University of Lorraine, France. After the defense, he worked as a Postdoctoral researcher at LCT-Ghent, Belgium in 2014. Then, he received a fellowship of the Alexander von Humboltd Foundation to perform his research at PC1-Department of Chemistry-Bielefeld University, Germany. At the same time, he performed also several experiment campaigns at NSRL (Hefei, China), NSRRC (Hsinchu, Taiwan), LRGP (Nancy, France), and SOLEIL Synchrotron (GIF-sur-YVETTE, France). Based on these scientific works, he received a Bernard Lewis Fellowship of the Combustion Institute, which has been established to encourage high quality research in combustion by young scientists. Currently, he works as a Research scientist at CNRS, with focusing to the formation of OPAHs/PAHS and soot during the combustion of biofuels.


ORCID: 0000-0002-0828-7048

Research ID: M-1988-2018






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