Thuyloi University (TLU) is honored to cooperate with the Japan Society of Civil Engineers (JSCE), Tohoku University, Tohoku University Alumni Association in Vietnam (TUAAV), and Vietnam Liaison Team (VLT), to organize Vietnam-Japan Workshop on Engineering & Environmental Sciences on schedule as below:
Time: August 2nd, 2022 13:30 – 18:00 Vietnam time (15:30 – 20:00 Japan time)
Venue: Room 225 – A2, Thuyloi University
Hybrid via Zoom (Please scan the QR code on the poster)
Registration: Participants are welcome to attend during the workshop, offline or via zoom
Vietnam-Japan Workshop on Engineering & Environmental Sciences welcomes the attendance of representatives from various scientific research agencies, institutes, universities, and training institutions along with many professionals in civil, environmental, and water resources engineering. In addition, the workshop is also honored to welcome four special speakers who have been studying, researching, and working in Japan: Mr. Do Thanh Son (Chodai & Kiso-Jiban Vietnam Co., Ltd.), Dr. Nguyen Hoa Anh – President of LivePro Company (TU Alumni), Dr. Nguyen Thi Van Anh (Center for Science and Innovation in Spintronics – TU), and Dr. Nguyen Tuan Hung (The Frontier Research Institute for Interdisciplinary Sciences – TU).
The workshop aims to be an academic forum for scientists to exchange their most advanced research results and accomplishments, discuss the practical challenges in Vietnam and Japan, and share their experiences in dealing with engineering and environmental issues. The presentations in the workshop include:
- Bridge in the city, from architecture ideas to structural selections and application of BIM process in design;
- Shallow flow field in vegetation region, from experiment to practical engineering applications;
- Comprehensive study on the sand spit elongation at tidal inlets in Vietnam;
- A future without antibiotics;
- Transition Metal Oxides for electronics and spintronics;
- Designing new materials for energy applications: From thermoelectricity to artificial muscles.
The workshop is a chance for scientists and representatives of line agencies to share initiatives to further promote strengths, open up opportunities for improving research quality, exchange, and learn about technological advances in Vietnam and Japan. This is also a valuable opportunity for colleagues who are working in the engineering and environmental fields to share professional experiences and update new information and knowledge.
For more information, please contact:
Dr. Dinh Nhat Quang, Faculty of Civil Engineering
Tel: 0855036703; Email: email@example.com