COVID-19 cannot undermine VNU-HUS students’ passion for scientific research

On the afternoon of May 10,2021, the HUS Student Scientific Report Assessing Session successfully took place online.

COVID-19 cannot undermine VNU-HUS students’ passion for scientific research
Due to the Covid-19pandemic, the 2021 Student Scientific Report Assessing session took place online.

21 most excellent reports from 8 faculties had been chosen to be presented in the form of posters in front of the university panel. Students got to decide between directly reporting from their spot or presenting a pre-recorded video; afterwards, they had to answer questions from the panel’s members.

COVID-19 cannot undermine VNU-HUS students’ passion for scientific research
Associate Professor Tran Quoc Binh, Vice-President, President of The Assessment Jury delivered his opening speech at the 2021 Students Scientific Report Assessment Session

In his opening speech at  the HUS 2021 Student Scientific Report Assessment Session, Associate Professor Tran Quoc Binh, Vice President of the university expressed his delight seeing that the researching movement of students was not affected by the Covid-19 in the previous academic year  even though many research activities required field study and experiments.

“With students’ passion for scientific research and the lecturers’ enthusiastic instruction; together with the appropriate arrangement of training and researching plans by the Board of rectors, the number of scientific works not only stayed the same but increased significantly compared to the previous years. There were in total 432 students’ scientific reports with almost 700 students participated in this activity.” (in comparison with 344 reports in 2019 - when Covid-19 had not happened) - Associate Professor Tran Quoc Binh said.

Student Nguyen Van Manh, Cohort 62 of the Faculty of Biology shared: “I am very delighted to participate in the Students’ Scientific Research. The process of conducting scientific research had given me the chance to learn new knowledge and research methods. Besides, I also had a chance to learn so much about different research approaches from lecturers".

COVID-19 cannot undermine VNU-HUS students’ passion for scientific research
Many reports were presented in English and the Q&A sessions were also in English.

According to the panel members of the 2021 Student Scientific Reports Assessing Session, the quality of students research this year were relatively high. Among the reports this year, 23 has the potential for being applied in practice, 15 have been published on both domestic and foreign scientific magazines, 6 of which have  are in the ISI/SCOPUS list.

COVID-19 cannot undermine VNU-HUS students’ passion for scientific research

Before that, to prepare for the online poster presentations, the university had set up material facilities and other favorable conditions to ensure that the online report would operate smoothly, providing students with a comfortable state of mind. Following the disease prevention requirements, members of the council cleansed their hands, wore masks and sat in suitable distance throughout the assessing process.

COVID-19 cannot undermine VNU-HUS students’ passion for scientific research
Members of the report assessing panel communicating with students.

Based on the panel’s assessment, 10 reports won First Prize and 11 reports won Second Prize. Reports with the highest scores would be sent to the “Students scientific research contest” at VNU level and Ministry of Education and Traning level.

COVID-19 cannot undermine VNU-HUS students’ passion for scientific research
Members of the report assessing panel

List of scientific reports that won the first prize at the HUS Student Scientific Contest 2021:

No.

Topic

Author(s)

1

Weighted p-parabolicity, weighted p-Laplacian, and their applications

Đỗ Xuân Anh, Cohort 62 Mathematics Honored Program

2

Development of a low-concentration glucose measurement method using electrochemically coupled surface-enhanced Raman scattering

Bùi Thu Hương, Nguyễn Thùy Linh, Hồ Văn Chính, Cohort 62 Physics; Bùi Trường Sơn, Cohort 64 Physics Honored Program; Bùi Vân Anh, Cohort 65 Physics Honored Program

3

Magnetically recyclable CuFe2O4 catalyst for efficient synthesis of bis(3-indolyl)methanes using indoles and alcohols under mild condition

Bùi Hoàng Yến, Cohort 63 Chemistry Honored Program

4

Identification of some cyclic siloxanes in water samples collected in Hanoi, Vietnam

Khiếu Thị Hạnh, Cohort 63 Chemistry

5

Development of a high-performance gene delivery system in the filamentous fungi Aspergillus niger and Aspergillus oryzae for recombinant gene expression

Nguyễn Văn Mạnh, Nguyễn Thị Bích Phượng, Cohort 62 Biology; Nguyễn Thị Xuân, Cohort 63 Biology; Hà Thị Kim Dung, K63 Biology Honored program; Đoàn Thành Đạt, Cohort 63 Biology Honored Program

6

Establishment of a Vietnamese induced pluripotent stem cell line (VRISGi001-A) from umbilical cord blood hematopoietic stem cells and generation of iPSC-derived cardiomyocytes

Nguyễn Thị Thảo, Cohort 62 Biology Honored Program

7

Impact of land cover/land use change on surface water quality by geoinformatics technology: A case study in Uong Bi - Dong Trieu mining area, Quang Ninh province

Đỗ Thị Nhung, Nguyễn Thị Thảo Vân, Nguyễn Thị Diễm My, Hứa Hoàng Huế, Cohort 63 Geospatial Information Science.

8

Study on the distribution characteristics of microplastic particles in the sediments of Phan Thiet bay, Binh Thuan province

Hoàng Tú Hằng, Nguyễn Ngọc Linh, Nguyễn Thị Thu Uyên, Cohort 64 Resources and Environment Management, Phạm Thị Ngọc, Cohort 62 Resources and Environment Management

9

Analysis of clear sky disturbances recorded by aircraft in the airspace of Vietnam and application of WRF model for early warning of the phenomenon

Trần Bùi Anh Tuấn, Cohort 62 Meteology Fast-track program

10

Application of Sichar Composite material to make water filtration system

Nguyễn Thị Thảo Nguyên, Nguyễn Hoàng Phát, Cohort 63 CNKTMT; Lê Quỳnh Trang, Nguyễn Thị Thủy, Cohort 63 Environmental Science honored program; Vũ Thị Trang, Cohort 63 Environmental Science advanced program

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