Nguyen, Huy Huynh

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Nguyen, Huy Huynh, Baxter, Gregory W, Collins, Stephen F, Sidiroglou, Fotios, Roberts, Ann and Davis, Timothy J (2012) Modeling of gold circular sub-wavelength apertures on a fiber endface for refractive index sensing. Photonic Sensors, 2 (3). pp. 271-276. ISSN 1674-9251 (print) 2190-7439 (online)

Book Section

Nguyen, Huy Huynh, Baxter, Gregory W, Collins, Stephen F and Roberts, Ann (2010) Metallic nanostructures on optical fiber end-faces for refractive index sensing. In: 35th Australian conference on optical fibre technology : Melbourne, Vic, Australia, 5-9 December, 2010. IEEE, Piscataway, N.J..

Nguyen, Huy Huynh, Milicevic, Marko, Roberts, Ann, Baxter, Gregory W, Collins, Stephen F and Davis, Timothy J (2009) Towards a refractive index sensor utilizing nanostructures surface plasmon resonance on the endface of an optical fibre. In: ACOLS ACOFT 09 Conference. Australian Optical Society and Causal Productions, Adelaide, pp. 475-476.

Nguyen, Huy Huynh, Shi, Juan and Reznik, Leon (2002) A Neural Fuzzy Approach to Modeling the Top Oil Temperature of Power Transformer. In: MS'02 : Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Modelling and Simulation : 11-13 November, 2002, Melbourne, Australia. Zayegh, Aladin, ed. Victoria University, Melbourne, pp. 27-31.

Conference or Workshop Item

Nguyen, Huy Huynh, Sidiroglou, Fotios, Collins, Stephen F, Baxter, Gregory W, Roberts, Ann and Davis, Timothy J (2012) Periodic array of nanoholes on gold-coated optical fiber end-faces for surface plasmon resonance liquid refractive index sensing. In: Third Asia Pacific Optical Sensors Conference, 31 Jan 2012 - 3 Feb 2012, Sydney, NSW, Australia.


Nguyen, Huy Huynh (2012) Optical fibre surface plasmon resonance sensors based on a metallic array of sub-wavelength apertures. PhD thesis, Victoria University.

Nguyen, Huy Huynh (2007) A neural fuzzy approach to modeling the thermal behavior of power transformers. Research Master thesis, Victoria University.