Vietnamese scientists were awarded in the world in 2022 | Science
Hanoi (VNA) – Many Vietnamese scientists have been awarded worldwide for the quality and impact of their research.
* Among the three Vietnamese “World’s Best Rising Science Stars”.
Professor Tran Xuan Bax, Associate Professor Le Hoang Son and Dr. In the “Rising Star” list published by the prestigious Research.com website in November 2022 and honoring scientists who have achieved outstanding achievements in scientific publications. There is Phung Van Phuc.
Tran Xuan Bach, a professor at Hanoi Medical University, is the only Vietnamese scientist among the top 10 scientists (ranked 3rd) in the field of community medicine. Tran Xuan Bach became the youngest teacher in Vietnam in 2016 at the age of 32. He is the author of more than 300 articles published in well-known international health sciences journals.
Hanoi National University Professor Le Hoang Son, ranked 190th, is recognized as a talented young scientist with highly applied research in computer science, telecommunications in network infrastructure design, 3D GIS system, blood donation software on Android, cadastral management. apply…
In particular, more than half of his researches are applied in the leading countries of science and technology, such as the USA, Italy, Germany… More than 180 of his researches have been published in foreign journals in the ISI catalog. Le Hoang Son is among the best scientists in the world for 4 consecutive years from 2019 to 2022.
Dr. Ho Chi Minh City University of Technology. Phung Van Phuc is ranked 958 in mechanical and aerospace engineering. Phung Van Phuc is a well-known Vietnamese scientist who has been on the list of the world’s most influential scientists for 4 years in a row.
* Thirty-five Vietnamese among the world’s most influential scientists
In 2022, 35 Vietnamese scientists were included in the ranking of “100,000 influential scientists” published by a group of scientists led by Professor John PA Ioannidis of Stanford University (USA) based on Scopus data.
There are two in Vietnam: Prof. Le Hoang Son and Prof. Nguyen Dinh Duc (Hanoi National University).
This year’s list includes many new faces such as Prof Tran Quang Trung (National University of Ho Chi Minh City), Drs Dao Van Duong and Vuong Quan Hoang, Dr Chu Dinh Toi of Phenikaa University (National University of Hanoi).
* Talented young scientists were awarded by UNESCO
Associate Professor Ho Thi Thanh Van (42) received the Oréal-UNESCO International Emerging Talent Award 2022, which honors talented female scientists in the fields of life sciences, environment, physics, mathematics and computer science.
Ho Thi Thanh Van has made outstanding contributions in the field of fuel cells. His research has replaced platinum in fuel cells, helping to optimize their performance to enable sustainable hydrogen energy production, avoid burning fossil fuels and reduce carbon emissions.
He published 90 articles in local and foreign journals and was awarded many prestigious international science and technology awards. In 2020, Ho Thi Thanh Van was listed among the top 23 exemplary Asian scientists selected by Asian Scientist magazine.
* The first Vietnamese scientist to receive South Korea’s Astronomy and Space Science Award
Professor Hoang Chi Thiem (43) is the first Vietnamese to receive the award for top research scientists from the South Korea Astronomy and Space Science Institute (KASI) in the past 10 years.
Hoang Chi Thiem was awarded for his research on the orientation process of dust particles in the universe.
In addition, he also worked on advanced theoretical calculations for interstellar travel using radiation pressure. This is a very promising new research direction for the future.
* The only Vietnamese to receive an award from the Royal Aeronautical Society
Dr Nguyen Huyen Duc (27) from the University of Bristol (UK) is one of 10 recipients of the Youth Achievement Award 2022 category, which recognizes excellence for young people who have made special contributions to aerospace.
Nguyen Huyen Duc’s main research interests are aircraft dynamics and automatic control in the manufacturing of composites used in the aerospace industry.
* Vietnamese professor honored by the British National Chemical Association
Professor Nguyen Thi Kim Thanh from University College London (UCL) is one of three scientists to win the 2022 Interdisciplinary Award, recognizing outstanding contributions to research and innovation.
He has made interdisciplinary contributions to fundamental research in chemical synthesis, magnetic and plasmonic nanomaterials for biomedical applications that can increase the longevity of cancer patients.
In 2019, Nguyen Thi Kim Thanh received the Rosalind Franklin Medal for her outstanding achievements in the research and application of nanomaterials in biomedicine. – CPV/NAV