An international physical science meeting, the sixth of its kind in Vietnam, opened in Quy Nhon city, the central coastal province of Binh Dinh on July 16.
The event, co-organised by the organisation Meeting Vietnam and the Binh Dinh provincial People’s Committee, attracted physicists, who are Nobel laureates, and 120 leading professors and doctors from 23 countries and territories worldwide.
The six-day event provided the lastest results reported by three most important experiment and analysis centres in the world, namely ATLAS laboratories, the Large Hadron Collider under the European Council for Nuclear Research in Geneva and the Dzero Experiment of Fermilab, US.
The meeting offers a chance for professors and doctors of Quy Nhon University to learn about the updated achievements in nuclear physics to serve their researches and training.
The event is part of international exchanges held in Vietnam annually by the organisation Meeting Vietnam.
The organisation was co-founded by Prof., Dr. Tran Thanh Van and Prof. Nguyen Van Hieu in 1993 to boost the development of high-level research projects in Vietnam and Southeast Asia, as well as to create research groups in cooperation with the Western scientist community.
Prof., Dr. Tran Thanh Van is an overseas Vietnamese in France. He was presented with the Legion of Honour Order by the French government for his contribution to science.