USTH joins in one of the biggest international workshops on Advanced Materials and Nanotechnology held in Vietnam

Monday - 07/11/2016 22:41

On 08th November 2016, our brilliant researchers and students from Department of Advanced Materials and Nanotechnology have took part in 8th International Workshop on Advanced Materials and Nanotechnology - one of the most famous international workshop organized in Ha Long, Vietnam by Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology (VAST, Vietnam) and National Institute of Materials Science (NIMS, Japan). This Workshop is an External Activity of Asia Pacific Center for Theoretical Physics (APCTP), Pohang, Korea
The scientific area in this workshop includes five scientific topics and consists of five corresponding sections:
1.  Materials for Electronics and Photonics (code: MEP)
2.  Nanostructured Materials and Devices (code: NMD)
3.  Nanotechnology in Life Science and Environment Technology (code: NLE)
4.  New Materials for Energy (code: NME)
5.  Two-dimensional Hexagonal Semiconductor (code: THS)
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This workshop brings a great opportunity for our researchers to exchange with experts and colleagues worldwide. Some current research activities within two research groups in Nano Department  (NENS, EBM) have been introduced in this workshop and drawn significant attention from participants:
1. Crystallization of Amorphous Molybdenum Sulfide Induced by Electron or Laser Beam and Its Effect on H2 Evolution Electrocatalytic Activities, NENS research group.
2. Properties and Photocatalytic Activities of CuO Thin Films Prepared by RF Magnetron Sputtering Method, NENS research group .
3. Cu2O-based Photocathodes for Solar Hydrogen Generation, NENS research group.
4. A Novel Methodology for Scalable Preparation of Molybdenum Disulfide/Graphene Composite, NENS research group.
5. Electrochemical nanobiosensors for some typical infectious diseases in Viet Nam, EBM research group.
6. Integration of Loop – mediated isothermal amplification and electrochemical sensors onto microfluidic devices toward real-time detection of infectious pathogens, EBM research group.
7. Elaboration of ultra-micro-electrode arrays using nanosphere lithography and diazonium reduction toward signal-on electrochemical detection of water pollutants, EBM research group.
8. Highly sensitive acetylcholinesterase electrochemical biosensor based on gold nanoparticles doped polyaniline film for monitoring safety of agricultural products, EBM research group.