Báo cáo mời

1. Đinh Nho Hào


Dr Dinh Nho Hào got his Master degree from Baku State University, PhD from Free University of Berlin, and Habilitation from University of Siegen. Currently he  is Full Professor of Mathematics, Institute of Mathematics, Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology (VAST),  President of the Scientific Committee of the Institute of Mathematics. He is an expert in inverse problems, optimal control and numerical analysis. His research has partially been funded by DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service), DFG (German Research Council), Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, CNR (Italy), PAST (France), Royal Society, London Mathematical Society, Marie Curie Foundation, NAFOSTED and VINIF.  He is Editor-in-Chief of Acta Mathematica Vietnamica and Editor of Applicable Analysis, Applied Numerical Mathematics, Inverse Problems in Science and Engineering, Journal of Inverse and Ill-Posed Problems,  Journal of Nonlinear Evolution Equations and Applications, Vietnam Journal of Mathematics, Vietnam Journal of Applied Mathematics. 

2. Nguyễn Hữu Dư - ĐH KHTN Hà Nội, Việt Nam

3. Tri Nguyen-Huu - Viện IRD, Pháp

Tri Nguyen-Huu is a researcher at the French National Institute of Research for Sustainable Development, in the research lab UMMISCO, where he is in charge of the team "Science of Complex Models". He develops mathematical and computer modelling methods, and more specifically on dynamical and complex systems, for several fields of application such as population dynamics, water resources exploitation, epidemiology or urban dynamics.

4. Nguyễn Xuân Hùng - HuTech, Việt Nam

NXHung.jpgProf. Hung Nguyen Xuan (H. Nguyen-Xuan) is the Director of CIRTech Institute, Ho Chi Minh City University of Technology (Hutech), Vietnam. He is currently an adjunct professor at China Medical University (Taiwan) and a visiting professor at Sejong University (South Korea). He is the President of Vietnam Association of Computational Mechanics. He serves as editorial board member of Composite Structures, Computers& Structures, Underground Space and CMC: Computers, Materials & Continua, and editor of CMES: Computer Modeling in Engineering & Sciences. 
Dr. Nguyen-Xuan received his Ph.D. in Computational Mechanics from The University of Liège (Belgium) in 2008. His researches focus on advanced computational methods in engineering, data-driven machine learning modelling and 3D printing. He has published more than 250 peer-reviewed papers indexed in WoS. These papers remarkable made him well-known as a Highly Cited Researcher through eight continuous years from 2014 to 2021 in the category of Computer Science. 
Dr. Nguyen-Xuan got several prestigious awards: outstanding Humboldtian (2019), Georg Forster Research – Alexander von Humboldt (2016), Vietnam National University HCMC (2008 – 2013), and Nguyen Van Dao (2011).

5. Phan Văn Tân - ĐH KHTN Hà Nội, Việt Nam


Dr Phan Van Tan is a Professor in Earth Science, Leader of Regional Climate Modelling and Climate Change (REMOCLIC) team, under the Vietnam National University, Hanoi (VNU). He has many years of experience in weather and climate research, focusing mainly on regional climate modelling and climate change, seasonal forecasting, and data analysis. He was a leader of various National and International projects. Currently, he is a key member of the Southeast Asia Regional Climate Initiative (SEARCI), a networking of scientists within the Southeast Asia region, involving the Southeast Asia Regional Climate Downscaling (SEACLID/CORDEX SEA) project.

6. Nguyen Van Thinh - Seoul National University, Hàn Quốc


Prof. Nguyen is currently Director of the Environmental Fluid Dynamics Laboratory at the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Seoul National University, South Korea. He also holds an Adjunct Professor at the School of Engineering, University of Guelph, Canada, and Distinguished Professor at Thuyloi University, Vietnam.

He was also a Visiting Professor at different Canadian Universities (University of Waterloo, University of Guelph, McGill University), US Universities (University of Minnesota, UC Davis), etc. He is a co-founder and the Head of the Environmental Science Laboratory, the Institute for Computational Science and Technology, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam (http://icst.org.vn).

He received his Ph.D. (Dr.-Ing.) in Hydraulic Engineering from Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany. His research interests are focused on Computational Fluid Dynamics and Numerical Modeling for Civil and Environmental Engineering. He has published over 100 papers in peer-reviewed journals and international conference proceedings. He was keynote and invited speakers at several international conferences, universities and research institutions; particularly at the Field Institute in Canada and Forschungszentum Juelich in Germany.

7. Nguyễn Kim Lợi - ĐH Nông Lâm HCM, Việt Nam

8. Võ Quốc Thành - Trường ĐH Cần Thơ, Việt Nam


Dr. Vo Quoc Thanh is a lecturer at Can Tho University. He obtained his PhD at Delft University of Technology and IHE Delft in 2021. His PhD research is about modeling of hydrodynamics and sediment transport in the Mekong Delta. From 2011 to now, he has involved in several projects on impacts of flood, saline intrusion and water management in the Mekong Delta. He has published around 30 papers in both national and international peer-reviewed journals. In addition, he is also a reviewer of some international journals in the fields of water science and engineering.

9. Nguyễn Hoàng Minh - Trung tâm dự báo khí tượng thủy văn Quốc gia, Tổng cục Khí tượng thủy văn, Việt Nam

10. Phạm Song - ĐH Công nghệ Miền Đông, Việt Nam


Assoc. Prof. Pham Van Song got his Master degree from University of Stuttgart and PhD from TU Berlin, Germany. Currently he is working in Mien Dong Innovative Technology University (MIT University Vietnam) as a president. Several topics in his research cover the modeling of flow and transport processes in surface waters, hydraulic engineering, engineering hydrology.

11. Marc Choisy - Oxford University Clinical Research Unit, Anh Quốc

12. Jaepil CHO - Integrated Watershed Management Institute, Hàn Quốc


Dr. Jaepil Cho worked at APEC Climate Center for 8 years to develop platform-based climate services before working as Director at Integrated Watershed Management Institute, Korea. Dr. Cho applied user-oriented downscaled climate information such as climate change scenarios and seasonal forecast to various watershed management. He earned his doctorate from the Department of Biological Systems Engineering at Virginia Tech, where he developed the Dynamic Agricultural Non-point Source Assessment Tool (DANSAT) model to evaluate the spatiotemporal effects at watershed scales according to the application of best management practices (BMPs). The distribution model development experience continued as an opportunity to participate in the Conservation Effects Assessment Project (CEAP) at USDA-ARS, and additional watershed-scale modeling experience was accumulated. He obtained a master's degree at the Department of Agricultural Engineering in Seoul National University (SNU) by applying a model for the evaluation of agricultural nonpoint pollution loads in Korea. Currently, he is trying to develop a platform that can comprehensively model both land use and climate change impacts in watersheds, including statistical tools for producing downscaled climate information at various scales. 

14. Dư Thuỳ Tiên - ĐH Houston, Mỹ 

15. Trần Đình Hoà - Viện Khoa học Thủy lợi, Việt Nam

16. Phạm Văn Chiến - Trường ĐH Thuỷ lợi, Việt Nam

pvchien.jpgPHAM VAN Chien is Associate Professor at Thuyloi University. His research is mainly focusing on both developing and applying numerical models, software, and tools such as hydrological models, hydraulic models, tracer and sediment transport models, and data-driven models for simulating hydrodynamics, sediment transport, water quality and other related quantities of interest in water bodies as well as in land-sea continuums.

17. Léo Biré - CoE ACROSS, TLU/Vn & IRD, France

18. Phùng Diệp Anh - Trung tâm xuất sắc về Khoa học bền vững, ĐH Thuỷ lợi/VN và Viện Nghiên cứu vì sự Phát triển IRD, Pháp

19. Liubov Tupikina - Paris Saclay, Pháp

Liubov is a researcher working in complex systems. Her main areas of research are complex networks, processes on networks and how to use them in urbanism, for anlaysis of data, especially data from various NGOs. She is co-leading several projects analysing transport in cities, green areas in cities, random walks modeling for understanding cities infrastructure.
She has a PhD from Humboldt University in Theor.Physics. She worked before in Utrecht University, IFISC, and several institutions in France: Centre of Research and Interdisciplinarity, Saclay, Ecole Polytechnique, Bell labs France.

Her scientific projects are also listed on the project page