1st UK-Vietnam International Workshop on the Net Zero Pollution Transition
We cordially invite you to attend and contribute to the discussion.
We look foward to meeting you in Ha Noi.
Chinh, Tuyet, Tien, Huong, Alex, Rosanna and Son
Co-Chair: Assoc. Prof. Dang-Chinh Huynh - Hanoi Univ. of Science & Technology
Co-Chair: Assoc. Prof. Minh-Son Pham - Imperial College London
Co-Chair: Assoc. Prof. Dinh-Tien Vu - Hanoi Univ. of Science & Technology
Co-Chair: Assoc. Prof. Thi-Anh-Tuyet Nguyen - Hanoi Univ. of Science & Technology
Dr. Thi-Thu-Huong Nguyen - Hanoi Univ. of Science & Technology
Rosanna Gillespie - Imperial College London
Alex Page - Imperial College London
About the organising institutions
Imperial College London is a world top ten university with an international reputation for excellence in teaching and research. Consistently rated amongst the world's best universities, Imperial is committed to developing the next generation of researchers, scientists and academics through collaboration across disciplines. Located in the heart of London, Imperial is a multidisciplinary space for education, research, translation and commercialisation, harnessing science and innovation to tackle global challenges.
Hanoi University of Science and Technology (HUST) is the Vietnam’s oldest and largest technical university having been founded in 1956. HUST is a multidisciplinary research university in which scientific research is a main force and has a strong commitment to human development, high-quality workforce training, scientific research, technological innovation and knowledge transfer that serves our country and global society. The university has identified eight multidisciplinary research strengths including food technology, dynamic engineering and biotechnology and life sciences. It has eight National Key Laboratories and ranked second in the Nature index for Vietnam for 2018-9.
We thank the British Council for financial support via the UK/Vietnam Season 2023 Collaboration Grant
We also thank tremendous support provided by colleagues at the Hanoi University of Science and Technology (Vietnam) and Imperial College London (UK)