Lai Nguyen Huy
Doctor of Engineering
Environmental Technology and Management, Asian Institute of Technology (AIT), Thailand
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Lai Nguyen Huy obtained his Bachelor of Engineering in Biotechnology (2012) from International University – Vietnam National University in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam; Master of Engineering (2015) and Doctor of Engineering (2021) in Environmental Engineering and Management from Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand. His research interests lie in the area of using technical tools (monitoring, modeling, and emission inventory) and non-technical tools to help the countries in developing adaptable data-driven system in order to form the appropriate national clean air action plans, implementations, and evaluation, supporting public raising awareness, and enhancing national and international cooperation to beat air pollution in the region.
SUMMARY OF PROFESSIONAL ACHIEVEMENTS
He has started his work as a technical manager assistant at Intron Life Science, Ltd. Company in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam in 2013. He then moved to AIT to pursuit his research interests on environment, focusing on air pollution. He got a number of awards and prizes in scholarships for Bachelor, Master and Doctor’s programs as well as internships, and awards such as ISIAQ Student Conference Support Award winner for the Healthy Buildings 2017 Asia conference, 2015 Student Paper Award at West Coast Section of the Air & Waste Management with the paper titled “Development of national industrial emission inventory for Vietnam” at the Raleigh Convention Center in Raleigh, North Carolina, USA on June 22-25, 2015, and the Robert B. Banks prize for the most outstanding academic performance in the field of Environmental Engineering and Management at AIT. He has extensive experience and professional networking capacity and has been serving as research associate and specialist, and team co-leader for various regional collaboration research projects.
MOBILITY ACROSS THEMATIC AREAS
Development of databases of air pollution emissions inventories, monitoring (traditional ground-based, satellite), modelling (3D, photochemical smog); integrated assessment of the links between air quality and energy use, public health, agricultural crops; and climate co-benefits.
Europe (France, Italy, Belgium); Asia (Cambodia, China, Indonesia, Myanmar, Philippines, Thailand, Vietnam)