BROWSE RESEARCH BY PEOPLE
Dr Nguyen Van Hoa
Southern Horticultural Research Institute, Tien Giang province, Vietnam
Dr Nguyen Van Hoa is the Director General of Southern Horticultural Research Institute and is an experienced researcher in pest and disease management for fruit crops. His research experience includes developing protocols for managing tropical fruit diseases and the requirements for VietGAP and GlobalGAP standards. Dr Hoa will be using his expertise in the mango supply development project.

Associated Projects:

  • AGB/2012/061: Improving smallholder farmer incomes through strategic market development in mango supply chains in southern Vietnam
January 13, 2019
Dr Le Minh Hung
Sub-Institute of Agricultural Engineering and Post-Harvest Technology, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Dr Le Minh Hung is the Director of  Sub-Institute of Agricultural Engineering and Post-Harvest Technology and is an experienced postharvest researcher.  His research interests include postharvest handling of agricultural products related to processing and preservation of fruits, vegetables and cereals. Dr Hung has been a key researcher in packhouse operations, packaging, modified atmosphere packaging, and quality assurance systems projects.  He will be using this expertise in a number of Mango research projects.

Associated Projects:

  • AGB/2016/008: Opportunities and strategies to improve biosecurity, market access and trade for selected mango markets
  • AGB/2012/061: Improving smallholder farmer incomes through strategic market development in mango supply chains in southern Vietnam
March 4, 2018
Mr Peter Johnson
Griffith Asia Institute, Griffith University, Brisbane, Australia
Mr Peter Johnson is a Senior Horticulturalist and experienced researcher who has been working with a number of institutions across Southeast Asia for over 25 years. Peter has significant mango export development experience, particularly sea freight and supply chain technology improvements (including extensive work on controlled atmosphere shipping) using an integrated value chain approach. As part of the agribusiness team within Griffith University, he will be involved in planning, training, workshop development and publication outputs of the project. He will be using this expertise in a number of Mango research projects.

Associated Projects:

  • AGB/2016/008: Opportunities and strategies to improve biosecurity, market access and trade for selected mango markets
  • AGB/2012/061: Improving smallholder farmer incomes through strategic market development in mango supply chains in southern Vietnam
March 1, 2018
Professor Daryl Joyce
Department of Agriculture and Fisheries, Queensland Government, Brisbane, Australia
Professor Daryl Joyce is currently a member of the Supply Chain Innovations team focused on horticultural products. His research experience and interest are in postharvest biology and technology of horticulture crops. He has worked on a range of fruit, vegetable and ornamental crops. Daryl’s work encompasses the development and optimisation of postharvest technologies based on understanding the physiology of harvested produce. His current research is focused on improving the post-production longevity of sub-tropical and tropical fruits. He will be using this expertise in the Mango Quality project.

Associated Project:

  • AGB/2016/009: Enhancing mango fruit quality in Asian mango chains
February 17, 2018
Mr Le Thu Lam
Sub-Institute of Agricultural Engineering and Post-Harvest Technology, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Mr Le Thu Lam is a chief accountant for SIAEP. He has over 28 years’ experience in business management on pre- and post-harvest projects in value chain and economic analysis, with specific interest in fruits and vegetables. Mr Lam has participated in several international studies with project roles in training, inspection, monitoring, economic analysis and evaluation of value chains.

Associated Projects:

  • AGB/2012/061: Improving smallholder farmer incomes through strategic market development in mango supply chains in southern Vietnam
October 8, 2018
Mr Tran Ngoc Linh
Sub-Institute of Agricultural Engineering and Post-Harvest Technology (SIAEP), Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Mr Tran Ngoc Linh is a staff member in the Division of International Cooperative and Science Management and is engaged in food processing and food preservation technology research. He has over 10 years research experience working on collaborative projects, in the advancement of export and domestic markets for Vietnamese fruit through improved post-harvest and supply chain management. Tran will further develop his knowledge and experience in the mango supply chain development project.

Associated Projects:

  • AGB/2012/061: Improving smallholder farmer incomes through strategic market development in mango supply chains in southern Vietnam
March 4, 2018
Professor Aman Ullah Malik
Institute of Horticultural Sciences, University of Agriculture, Faisalabad, Pakistan
Professor Aman Ullah Malik is the Director of the Institute of Horticultural Sciences, and has been awarded a Fulbright scholarship for postdoctoral studies at the University of California, USA. He is actively engaged in industry focused research and capacity building activities to help boost horticultural supply chains. He has supervised doctoral and masters students, and has over 100 journal publications. Professor Malik is a member of national and international committees, and agricultural and horticultural research and policy forums. He will be using this expertise in the Mango Quality project.

Associated project:

AGB/2016/009: Enhancing mango fruit quality in Asian mango chains
February 18, 2018
Dr Ian Newton
Department of Agriculture and Fisheries, Queensland Government, Mareeba, Australia
Dr Ian Newton is a Senior Entomologist with the Horticultural & Forestry Science team. He has over 20 years experience as an applied entomologist working in fruit, nut and field crop protection, across a broad range of commodities and pests. Ian’s research work has included: biological, chemical and cultural control and developing IPM systems in tree crops; with specialisation in insect pathology and pheromone trap development. He is using his expertise with a number of mango projects.

Associated Projects:

  • HORT/2012/019: Research and development of integrated crop management for mango production in the southern Philippines and Australia
October 10, 2018
Ms Nguyen Khanh Ngoc
Southern Horticultural Research Institute, Tien Giang province, Vietnam
Ms Nguyen Khanh Ngoc is an early career post harvest researcher. Her research interests include postharvest diseases and the handling and storage of tropical fruit. Ms Ngoc will further develop her knowledge and experience in the mango supply development project.

Associated Projects:

  • AGB/2012/061: Improving smallholder farmer incomes through strategic market development in mango supply chains in southern Vietnam
January 13, 2019
Dr Nguyen Duc Loc
Southern Centre for Agricultural Policy and Strategy, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Dr Nguyen Duc Loc is engaged in research focussed on economics and business analysis.  He has over 10 years’ research experience in managing the collection of field and market data, examining supply chains in different fresh food sectors and improving linkages into smallholder communities to facilitate an improvement in economic returns and productivity.  Dr Nguyen will continue to develop his knowledge and expertise in the mango supply chain development project.

Associated Projects:

  • AGB/2012/061: Improving smallholder farmer incomes through strategic market development in mango supply chains in southern Vietnam
October 8, 2018