List of awardees of Asahi Glass Foundation - HUST Research Grant 2020

Tuesday - 21/04/2020 15:44

The following HUST’s research projects are approved by Asahi Glass Foundation

  1. “Production of nanocellulose-coated paperboard from sugarcane bagasse for thefabrication of food and drink self biodegradable containers to replace single-useplastic items” - Dr. Nguyen Hoang Chung - Center for PolymerComposite and PaperTechnology, School ofChemical Engineering

  2. “Developing Metaheuristic Techniques for Solving Optimization Problems inTransportation for Post-Disaster Responses and Energy Savings” - Dr. Ha-Bang Ban - Computer Science, School of Informationand CommunicationTechnology

  3. “Synthesis of porous LaFeO3 with enhanced toxic gas sensing properties” - Dr. Phan Thi To Nga - Department of Organicand PetrochemicalTechnology, School of Chemical Engineering.

  4. “Synthesized and characterization of WO3 nanorod hybridization Gr application in environmental treatment” - Dr. Luu Thi Lan Anh - Optics and Optoelectronics, School of Engineering Physics

  5. “Development of a pneumatic artificial muscle based robotic orthosis for gait rehabilitation” - Dr. Dao Quy Thinh - Department of Industrial Automation, School of Electrical Engineering

  6. Study on Ability of Basic Oxygen Furnace Slag recycling in Pre-treatment process” - Dr. Nguyen Cao Son - Iron and Steel making, School of Materials Science and Engineering

The term of the project will be 1 year beginning June 2020.


(1) After  completion  of  the  project,  the  grant  recipient  will  submit  a  research  report  to  the  Foundation  prepared by following  a  specified  format,  and  the  submitted  papers  will  be published in the Report of Grant-Supported Research, The Asahi Glass Foundation, issued annually.

(2) Results of grant-supported research are to be published in scientific journals by grant recipients, acknowledgement should be included in the following way. This research was (partially) supported by the Asahi Glass Foundation.

Awardees should contact the external Affair Office and Research Management Office for more information and guideline

Because of covid-19, the Research grant ceremony will be held on November 12, 2020

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