Vietnam National University, Hanoi University of Science (VNU-HUS)
VNU UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE
Dr. TRAN Dinh Trinh
Dr. TRAN Dinh Trinh is an Associate Professor at the Laboratory of Environmental Chemistry, and Deputy Director of VNU Key Laboratory of Advanced Materials for Green Growth, University of Science, Vietnam National University, Hanoi. Regarding his educational background, Dr. TRAN was awarded a Ph.D in Optics, Laser and Atmospheric Chemistry at University of Science and Technology of Lille, France in 2011 before serving as Postdoctoral Research Fellow at INERIS and IMT Atlantique, France.
His main research interests focus on the development of advanced materials for applications in environmental remediation and agricultural technology as well as of techniques and processes applied in water pollution control. Dr. TRAN has enriched his expertise by closely collaborating with a number of national and international experts through various projects. Some projects related to the current proposal should be mentioned are the cooperation project between Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB, Belgium) and VNU University of Science on the elimination and recovery of metals from ganavoplateing plants in Hanoi area, the Nanofluegas project, a French National project financed by ADEMA and Séché Environnement company whose principal objective is the safe treatment of nanowastes, and the cooperation project between Kochi University, Japan and VNu University of Science, Hanoi. Besides, he has been actively taken part in a Vietnamese national project on the recycle and reuse of agricultural wastes. As regards teaching and supervision of students, he gives regular lectures on Environmental Chemistry, Photocatalytic chemistry, chemical separation techniques, atmospheric chemistry, and air pollution control for undergraduate and master students.
Dr. NGUYEN Van Noi
NGUYEN Van Noi is a Professor at the Laboratory of Environmental Chemistry, Director of VNU-Key Laboratory of Advanced Materials for Green Growth Vietnam National University, Hanoi. He was Rector of the University of Science, Vietnam National University, Hanoi During the period of 2014-2019. His research interests lie in different disciplines related to environmental and chemical engineering. In particular, he has been focusing on the development of advanced materials for the green growth and water pollution control. He has taken part in a large number of national and international research and applied projects, including “Elimination and recovery of metals from waste-waters of galvanic plating plants in Hanoi area” – a cooperation project between Univerité Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium and Hanoi University of Science (2002-2006); German-Vietnamese Joint research project: “An overall management concept for industrial zones (AKIZ)”- Integrated Waste Water Concept for Industrial Zones sponsored by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) and the Ministry of Science and Technology of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam (MOST) as well as the participating German industrial partners (2009-2015); EU-Asia Pro Eco Project: “Sound chemicals management for a healthier environment in India and Vietnam”( 2005-2009); Vietnam - Sweden Cooperation Programme on Strengthening Environmental Management sponsored by SIDA – Sweden and MONRE – Vietnam (2004-2008); The Spanish – Vietnamese joint research project: Development of constructed wetland technology for the treatment of wastewater from seafood processing industry (2011-2013).
He was Chairman of the Scientific Committee and Vice president of the 46th International Chemistry Olympiad. He was also member and General Secretary of the International Workshop on Advanced Materials and Nanotechnology and International Organizing Committee of Annual International Symposium on Advanced Materials in Asia-Pacific Rim in the years 2004-2009.
He was guest Scientist at Laboratory of Water Pollution Control, Brussels Free University, Belgium, and Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, ETH Zurich. Besides, he is involved in regular teaching activities. He gives lectures on Chemical Reaction Engineering for undergraduate and master students and those on Environmental Engineering for master students.
Dr. NGUYEN Manh Khai
Dr. NGUYEN Manh Khai is an Associate Professor, Dean of Faculty of Environmental Sciences, University of Science, Vietnam National University, Hanoi. He obtained the Ph.D degree in environmental chemistry of soil and water in 2007 at Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Uppsala, Sweden. He conducted his Ph.D research on accumulation and behaviour of trace metals in soil and water environment effected by reusing wastewater and biosolids as nutrient sources.
Since 1999, he has worked as a lecturer and researcher at the Department of Environmental Technology, Faculty of Environmental Sciences. Since then, Dr. Nguyen has participated in several international and national projects involved in environmental chemistry, recycling materials, wastewater treatment, solid waste treatment, applied advanced and integrated technology for a greener environment and circular economy. His research topics are mainly focused on application of chemical and biological processes for the treatments and recycling of wastewater and solid wastes.
Dr. NGUYEN Minh Phuong
Dr. NGUYEN Minh Phuong is an Associate Professor, Head of Laboratory of Environmental Chemistry, Faculty of Chemistry, Hanoi University of Science, Vietnam. She obtained her Ph.D degree at Ehime University, Japan in the field of Life Environment Conservation Science in 2009. She conducted her Ph.D research on arsenic and heavy metal pollution in soil and water in Red River Delta, Vietnam.
Since 2010, she has worked as a lecturer at Laboratory of Environmental Chemistry, Faculty of Chemistry. Since then, Dr. Phuong has participated in several Bilateral and National projects involved in constructed wetland technology for the treatment of wastewater, advanced nanomaterials for photocatalytic degradation of persitent organic pollutants in water, wastewater and solid waste management and treatment technology in accordance with low carbon orientation. Her research topics mostly fall in the field of environment pollution and remediation.
Dr. HA Minh Ngoc
Dr. HA Minh Ngoc got his Ph.D in Industrial Catalysis at the East China University of Science and Technology, Shanghai, China in 2016. He joined the VNU Key Laboratory of Advanced Materials for Green Growth, University of Science, Vietnam National University, Hanoi, Vietnam since 2016. Dr. HA also conducted a Postdoctoral Research Fellowship at School of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Anhui University of Technology from 2018 to 2019. His research interests are focused on the development of advanced nanomaterials for capture, storage and conversion of CO2into fuel and chemicals; photocatalytic water splitting; photocatalytic degradation of organic pollutants in water; development of nanocomposite and hybrid nanocomposite materials, multifunctional materials and their applications in environmental pollution control and green industries. Dr. HA took part in about 15 international and national projects related to environmental protection. For instance, the project on Development of strategies and methods for a sustainable restoration, stabilization and management of the Hoan Kiem Lake, Hanoi between the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (Germany) and Vietnam National University for the period from 2007 – 2010. Dr. HA also involves in teaching activities for both undergraduates and graduates in the domain of environmental chemistry.
Dr. NGUYEN Minh Viet
Dr. NGUYEN Minh Viet is a lecturer/researcher in the Key Laboratory of Advanced Materials for Green Growth, Faculty of Chemistry, VietNam University of Science. Prior to joining Key Laboratery, he received his Ph.D. degree in Chemical Engineering from University of Ulsan (UOU), Ulsan, South Korea in 2017. He has technical experiences on design, manufacture and treat the contaminated pollutants (heavy metals, organic compounds,). He currently involves multi-disciplinary research projects in a number of topical and environmentally significant areas: Development of novel photocatalysts to remove persistent organic compounds from aqueous solution; Development of nano-structured photocatalytic materials for environmental remediation and green growth; Development of catalytic nano-material and their applications in Green Chemical Processes; Development of adsorbent materials for environmental pollution control. Development of nano-composite, hydrid nano-composite and multifunctional materials and their application in environmental control.
Dr. PHAM Thanh Dong
Dr. PHAM Thanh-Dong received his bachelor degree in chemistry from Hanoi University of Science, Vietnam National University in 2010. In period of Feb. 2011 to Feb. 2015, he joined integrated program (Master and PhD program) at Air Environmental and Energy Research Laboratory, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Ulsan, Korea. In his PhD thesis, he investigated effects of Ag and Cu single- and co-doped TiO2 deposited on glass fiber for photocatalytic disinfection of bioaerosol, containing living organisms or released from living organisms, under visible light condition. After receiving PhD degree, he continuously worked as postdoctoral fellow under Korea Research Fellowship Program in period Feb. 2015 to Jun. 2017. He is currently working as lecturer and researcher that VNU Key laboratory of advanced materials for green growth, Faculty of Chemistry, University of Science, Vietnam National University. His research interests in on photocatalysts for environmental and energy applications including synthesis of efficient photocatalysts for air purification, water splitting and CO2 conversion under solar light.
Dr. DANG Nhat Minh
Dr. DANG Nhat Minh is currently working at VNU University of Science. For academic background, he received his PhD in the Environmental Engineering and Energy area from Myongji University, Korea in 2019. Dr. Minh has experience in the field of environmental remediation. In which, his main research direction is on the application of microalgae for wastewater treatment, biofuel synthesis and extraction of valuable biochemical compounds. He is also joining several national and international projects in environmental remediation. Dr. DANG is actively taking part in undergraduate and graduate programmes in environmental sciences and engineering.