Category Archives: Research Activities

Seminar “Identifying and quantifying drivers causing water level fluctuations in the Vietnamese Mekong Delta”

Department of Oceanology, Meteorology and Hydrology, University of Sciences, VNU-HCM respectfully announces the scientific seminar with detailed information as follows: Topic: Identifying and quantifying factors causing water level fluctuations in the Mekong Delta Presenter: Dr. Nguyen Cong Thanh Time: 09:30 Thursday, March 14, 2024 Location: Room B32, University of Sciences, VNU-HCM (Campus 1 – 227, […]

Memorandum Of Understanding Signing Ceremony between University of Tasmania and University of Science

The Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) Signing Ceremony between University of Tasmania, Australia, and University of Science – Vietnam National University Ho Chi Minh City has been held on 24 November 2023 at the University of Science with the honor presence of Mr. Ciaran Chestnutt, Deputy Consul-General of the Australian Consulate-General in Ho Chi Minh City. […]

The “Changing Coast” 2023 – Tasmania students immerse themselves in the life and culture of the Mekong Delta

Between Thursday and Sunday (16 Nov. – 19 Nov. 2023), students from the University of Tasmania visited the many areas in the Mekong Delta region. They visited the diverse ecosystems and cultures (ancient and current) and enjoyed the variety of foods. Stops included the Tra Su melaleuca Forest, the Ba Chau Xu temple and the […]

3rd day of Tranining course of “Changing Coast”

Sea level rise is the increase in average sea level due to the effects of climate change including tides, storm surges and other natural impacts. On the other hand, rising sea levels are a manifestation of global warming, which is one of the phenomena of climate change. Sea level rise is a natural phenomenon that […]

The “Changing Coast” 2023 international course commences with a variety of engaging activities

The “Changing Coast” class officially kicked off on the morning of November 13, 2023, with the participation of 30 students and graduate students from the University of Tasmania (Australia) and the University of Natural Sciences, VNU-HCM, as well as lecturers and researchers in the fields of oceanography, environment, and climate change. The class was organized […]

Short-term international class “Changing Coast” 2023

Do you know that coastlines are constantly changing? These changes can be caused by natural or human factors. The “Changing Coasts” class is a deep dive into the changes of coastlines, including causes, impacts, and solutions. The class is open to anyone interested in coastal processes, climate change and marine environmental issues. The class will […]

The signing of Memorandum of Understanding between with SCRIPPS Institute of Oceanography, University of California (USA) with the VNU-HCM, University of Science

On the morning of May 29, 2023, the University of Natural Sciences, VNU-HCM held the signing of Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the SCRIPPS Institution of Oceanography, University of California (USA). The SCRIPPS Institution of Oceanography was formerly a small biological laboratory established by the San Diego Marine Biological Society at La Jolla Cove, led […]

Prof. Sohiko Kameyama attended the 13th School Science Conference and introduced students to the chance to study at Hokkaido University (Japan)

The 13th scientific conference at the Sub-section of Geophysics – Oceanology has received attention from local and foreign scientists. Presentations by foreign scientists from Japan, the USA, Poland, Germany, and Australia. Among them, there is Assoc. Prof. Kameyama of Hokkaido University (Japan) had an oral presentation in our sub-section Geophysics – Oceanology on November 24, 2022. […]

The 13th Scientific Conference of the University of Science

Every two years, the University of Science, VNU-HCM organizes scientific conferences to create an environment for scientists to meet and exchange their state-of-the-art researches. This year, the 13th VNUHCM-US 2022 conference was held from November 21 to 26, 2022, of which the section Geophysics-Oceanography-Meteorology-Hydrology was organized on November 24, 2022.Our section received 41 scientific works […]