(VOV World) – “Meeting Vietnam 2013”, the 9th of these meetings, began on July 28 and will close on Saturday. Attending the event were 220 scientists from 30 countries and territories including 5 Nobel Laureates in Physics. The event is considered a golden opportunity for Vietnamese scientists to discuss their research with foreign scientists.
(VNA) – The International Centre for Inter-disciplinary Science and Education (ICISE) was officially inaugurated in Quy Nhon city, the central province of Binh Dinh on August 12.
The centre is the result of an initiative of Meet Vietnam organisation, which was founded by Professor Tran Thanh Van, a Vietnamese scholar living in France . Read more >>
(VOV World)- The Meeting Vietnam Association and Binh Dinh provincial leaders on Monday (8/12/2013) inaugurated the International Centre for Interdisciplinary Science and Education (ICISE). The ICISE is a French style architectural complex at a total cost of million USD, which consists of a three-storey international convention centre covering a total area of 200,000 m2 and includes seminar and function rooms.
(TUOI TRE) – A German Nobel laureate has arrived in Vietnam to chair a nanophysics conference in a central city.
Klaus von Klitzing, awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1985 “for the discovery of the quantized Hall effect,” landed in Quy Nhon City – the capital of the central province of Binh Dinh – on Sunday to attend the 9th edition of the annual Meeting Vietnam conferences. Read more >>
(SGGP) – More than 80 scientists from all corners of the globe are taking part in the 9th annual ‘Meeting Vietnam’ conference in Quy Nhon City in the central province of Binh Dinh, scheduled from July 28 to August 17.
Yesterday, scientists discussed cosmology in the Planck era, general relativity and gravitation. They will talk about the fundamentals and applications of nanophysics from August 4-10, and windows on the universe from August 11-17, when the 20 hectare International Center for Interdisciplinary Science and Education in Vietnam (ICISE) will be inaugurated. Read more >>
(TUOI TRE) – Five Nobel laureates will come to Vietnam to attend a science event that includes a series of conferences on physics and astrophysics in August.
They will start partaking in the 9th edition of the annual Meeting Vietnam conferences from August 11 in the central city of Quy Nhon. Read more >>
(VOV World) – 7 Nobel laureates will be among 200 scientists at a 2-week international science conference called “Meet Vietnam” in Quy Nhon city in the central coast province of Binh Dinh. This 9th meeting will begin on Sunday, hosted by the “Meet Vietnam” organization, the Ministry of Science and Technology, the Ministry of Education and Training, and the Binh Dinh provincial People’s Committee. This year is the 40th anniversary of the Vietnam-France relationship and the 20th founding anniversary of “Meet Vietnam”. Read more >>
(VOV) – Science and homeland are my reasons for living, says by Professor Jean Tran Thanh Van, who has authored more than 300 scientific research projects and 100 books on physics.
Jean Tran Thanh Van was born in 1936 in Dong Hoi City, Quang Binh province. He attended secondary school in Hue, graduated as a Bachelor of Physics in Paris, France, in 1957, and earned his Doctorate of Physics there six years later. Read more >>
(VOV World) – 144 physicists from 22 countries are attending the 25th annual Blois Meeting on Particle Physics and Astronomy near Paris from May 26-31. The event was initiated by popular Vietnamese Professor Tran Thanh Van, one of the three Asian scientists who have received the Pate Medal for International Leadership in Physics from the American Institute of Physics (AIP). Read more >>
(Newsline) – I was thrilled to learn that the American Institute of Physics had awarded the Tate Medal for 2011 to Jean Trân Thanh Vân. Tran epitomises global science, and both physics (especially high-energy physics) and his native country of Vietnam are greatly indebted to him for his dedication to bringing leading physicists from around the world together, even when political realities created major obstacles. He was honoured at the annual award ceremony of the American Physical Society during their April meeting in Atlanta. I delivered my APS Past-President address in the same session, during which the 2011 APS Prize winners were also honoured. Read more >>