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Dr Duc-Anh An-Vo

Dr Duc-Anh An-Vo
Name Duc-Anh An-Vo
Position Research Fellow (Computational Agro-Econometrist)
Section Centre for Applied Climate Sciences (Operations)
Office TA233
Location Toowoomba Campus
Phone +61 7 4631 1009
Extension 1009
Qualifications MEng Toyohashi , PhD USQ

Fields of Research (FoR)

  • Agriculture, Land and Farm Management not elsewhere classified ( 070199 )
  • Distributed Computing not elsewhere classified ( 080599 )
  • Aerospace Engineering not elsewhere classified ( 090199 )
  • Numerical and Computational Mathematics not elsewhere classified ( 010399 )

Research interests
Multiscale computational methods
Multiphase flows
Climate models & modelling
Agricultural economics and food security

Research most recent

Value of seasonal forecasting for sugarcane farm irrigation planning, European Journal of Agronomy, 2019 (accepted 11 Jan 2019, with S. Mushtaq, K. Reardon-Smith, L. Kouadio, S. Attard, D. Cobon, R. Stone).

A system-thinking approach to water trade: Finding leverage for sustainable development, Land Use Policy, 82: 595-608, 2019 (with T. Mai, S. Mushtaq, A. Loch, K. Reardon-Smith).


Towards an economic decision support system for amelioration of soil constraints in the Northern Grains Region, Grains Research & Development Corporation (GRDC) technical report, November, 2018 (with Afshin Ghahramani, John Rochecouste, Shahbaz Mushtaq, Stirling Roberton, John McLean Bennett, Geoff Cockfield).

The potential value of seasonal climate forecasts for beef grazing enterprises in the Charters Towers region, Dalrymple Landcare Committee newsletter, July, 2018 (Invited paper, with K. Reardon-Smith, S. Mushtaq, D. Cobon).

Modelling the joint influence of multiple synoptic-scale, climate mode indices on Australian wheat yield using a vine copula-based approach, European Journal of Agronomy, 98: 65 – 81, 2018 (With T. Nguyen-Huy, R. Deo, S. Mushtaq, S. Khan).

Direct and indirect costs of frost in the Australian wheatbelt, Ecological Economics, 150: 122 - 136, 2018 (With S. Mushtaq, B. Zheng, J. T. Christopher, S. C. Chapman, K. Chenu).


Predicting water trade prices using a hydrid artificial neural network-Bayesian modelling approach, Journal of Hydrology, 2017 (In Press, with T. Nguyen-Ky, S. Mushtaq, A. Loch, K. Reardon-Smith, D. Ngo-Cong, T. Tran-Cong).

Toward a stochastic precipitation generator conditioned on ENSO phase for eastern Australia. In the Proceeding of the 22nd International Congress on Modelling and Simulation (MODSIM2017), 03 – 08/Dec/2017, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia (with R. Stone, D. Ngo-Cong, T. Marcussen).

Modelling irrigated sugarcane crop under seasonal climate variability: A case study in Burdekin district. In the Proceeding of the 22nd International Congress on Modelling and Simulation (MODSIM2017), 03 – 08/Dec/2017, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia (with S. Mushtaq, K. Reardon-Smith)

Investigating the value of seasonal climate forecast for beef grazing enterprises: Charters Towers case study. In the Proceeding of the 19th Australian Rangeland Society Biennial Conference, 25 – 28/Sep/2017, Port Augusta, South Australia, Australia (with K. Reardon-Smith, S. Mushtaq, D. Cobon, S. Kodur, R. Stone).

Economic assessment of wheat breeding options for potential improved levels of post head-emergence frost tolerance. Field Crops Research, 213: 75-88, 2017 (with S. Mushtaq, M. Christopher, B. Zheng, K. Chenu, S. Chapman, J. T. Christopher, R. C. Stone, T. M. Frederiks and G. M. M. Alam).

Copula-statistical precipitation forecasting model in Australia’s Agro-ecological Zones. Agricultural Water Management, 191: 153-172, 2017 (with T. Nguyen-Huy, R. C. Deo, S. Mushtaq and S. Khan).

A generalised finite difference scheme based on compact integrated radial basis function for flow in heterogeneous soils. International Journal for Numerical Methods in Fluids, DOI: 10.1002/fld.4386, 2017 (with D. Ngo-Cong, C.M.T. Tien, T. Nguyen-Ky, N. Mai-Duy, D.-V. Strunin and T. Tran-Cong).

Responses of nitrogen utilization and apparent nitrogen loss to different control measures in the wheat and maize rotation system. Frontiers in Plant Science, 8, Article 160, 2017 (with Z. Peng, Y. Liu, Y. Li, Y. Abawi, Y. Wang and M. Men).

Research most notable
D.-A. An-Vo, N. Mai-Duy, T. Tran-Cong (2011), 'A C^2-continuous control-volume technique based on cartesian grids and two-node integrated-RBF elements for second-order elliptic problems', CMES: Computer Modeling in Engineering and Sciences 72 (4), 299-334.

D.-A. An-Vo, N. Mai-Duy, T. Tran-Cong (2011), 'High-order upwind methods based on C^2-continuous two-node integrated-RBF elements for viscous flows', CMES: Computer Modeling in Engineering and Sciences 80 (2), 141-177.

Publications in ePrints

Maraseni, Tek and Duc-Anh, An-VoORCID: and Mushtaq, Shahbaz and Reardon-Smith, Kate (2020) Carbon smart agriculture: An integrated regional approach offers significant potential to increase profit and resource use efficiency, and reduce emissions. Journal of Cleaner Production:124555. pp. 1-14. ISSN 0959-6526

Rafiei, Vahid and Ghahramani, AfshinORCID: and An-Vo, Duc-AnhORCID: and Mushtaq, Shahbaz (2020) Modelling hydrological processes and identifying soil erosion sources in a tropical catchment of the Great Barrier Reef using SWAT. Water, 12 (8). pp. 2179-2206.

Huynh, Anh Ngoc‐Lan and Deo, Ravinesh C.ORCID: and An-Vo, Duc-AnhORCID: and Ali, Mumtaz and Raj, Nawin and Abdulla, ShahabORCID: (2020) Near real-time global solar radiation forecasting at multiple time-step horizons using the long short-term memory network. Energies, 13 (14):3517.

Mai, Thanh and Mushtaq, Shahbaz and Loch, Adam and Reardon-Smith, K. and An-Vo, Duc-AnhORCID: (2019) A systems thinking approach to water trade: finding leverage for sustainable development. Land Use Policy, 82. pp. 595-608. ISSN 0264-8377

An-Vo, Duc-Anh ORCID: and Reardon-Smith, Kate and Mushtaq, Shahbaz and Cobon, David and Kodur, Shreevatsa and Stone, Roger (2019) Value of seasonal climate forecasts in reducing economic losses for grazing enterprises: Charters Towers case study. The Rangeland Journal, 41. ISSN 1036-9872

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