Bac Van Dang    LinkedIn

PhD Candidate, University of New South Wales, Australia


PhD Topic:

"Design of the glomerulus component of an implantable artificial kidney"

Research interests: Biomedical devices, micro-fabrication, microfluidics, fluidic control



2017-present PhD Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering, UNSW, Sydney

2014-2016 Masters Degree, Konkuk University, Seoul, Korea

2011-2013 Production Engineer, HOYA, Viet nam

2006-2011 BEng, Hanoi University of Science and Technology, Viet nam


Bac Van Dang; Robert A. Taylor; Alexander J. Charlton; Pierre Le-Clech; Tracie Barber. “Towards portable artificial kidneys: The role of advanced microfluidics and membrane technologies in implantable systems”

          IEEE Reviews in Biomedical Engineering (2019)


Bac Van Dang, Amin Hassanzadeh-Barforoushi, Maira Syed, Danting Yang, Sung-Jin Kim, Robert A Taylor, Guo-Jun Liu, Guozhen Liu, Tracie Barber.

“Microfluidic Actuation via 3D-Printed Molds toward Multiplex Biosensing of Cell Apoptosis”

          ACS Sensors (2019), selected as cover


Geunyong Kim, Bac Van Dang and Sung-Jin Kim

“Stepwise waveform generator for autonomous microfluidic control”

          Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical (2018)


Bac Van Dang, Geunyong Kim and Sung-Jin Kim

          Microfluidics and Nanofluidics 22 (2), 18, published 2018


Bac Van Dang and Sung-Jin Kim

“Water-head-driven microfluidic oscillators for autonomous control of periodic flows and generation of aqueous two-phase system droplets”

Lab on a Chip, 10.1039/C6LC00911E , published 2016, selected as cover


Bac Van Dang and Sung-Jin Kim

Electrophotoresis, 10.1002/elps.201600495, published 2016


Jaemin Shin, Hobin Park, Bac Van Dang, Chang-Wan Kim, and Sung-Jin Kim

“Elastomeric microfluidic valve with low, constant opening threshold pressure”

RSC adv. 5, 23239−23245, published 2015

Current project: Artificial Kidney

 My current research is about the new theoretical process for artificial kidney using micro-scale spacers, microfluidics and membrane.

 We conduct CFD simulation and experiments with a focus on the fluidic control for fouling reduction and an effective blood filtration.

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