Bui Tan Yen joined CCAFS-Southeast Asia as a science officer in September 2014. His main task is to coordinate CCAFS activities at Climate-Smart Villages (CSVs) in the region.
Yen has previously worked at the Soil and Fertilizer Research Institute of Vietnam. During 18 years working on agriculture and rural development, he joined many international and national projects and gathered good experiences in many fields, such as soil and fertilizer science, GIS application, computer-based modelling, programming, land evaluation and land use planning. He contributed a number of national and international publications in these fields.
Yen earned his BS and MSc degree in Soil Science from Hanoi Agriculture University. He obtained his PhD from Wageningen University in 2013, the Netherlands and now focuses more on participatory and integrated research approaches.
Bui Tan Yen, D. Orange, S. M. Visser, C. T. Hoanh, M. Laissus, A. Poortinga, T. D Toan, L. Stroosnijder. 2014. Lumped surface and sub-surface runoff for erosion modeling within a small hilly watershed in northern Vietnam. Hydrological Processes 28 (6), pp 2961–2974.
Bui Tan Yen, S. M. Visser, C. T. Hoanh, L. Stroosnijder. 2013. Constraints on Agricultural Production in the Northern Uplands of Vietnam. Mountain Research and Development 33(4), pp 404-415s.
Christian Witt, Bui Tan Yen, Vu Manh Quyet, Tran Minh Thu, Julie Mae Pasuquin, Roland Buresh, Achim Dobermann. 2007. Spatially variable soil fertility in intensive cropping areas of North Vietnam and its implications for fertilizer needs. Better Crops 91. pp 28 - 31.
Le Thi My Hao, Bui Tan Yen, Ho Quang Duc, Tran Quoc Vuong. 2013. Phosphorus content in grey degraded soils in the North of Vietnam. Science and Technology journal of Agriculture and Rural Development. pp 24- 30.