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  • Authors: Truong Thanh Tung; Thang Nguyen Quoc;  Advisor: -;  Co-Author: - (2021)

    Herein, we demonstrate that 2-difluoromethylpyridine is a bioisosteric replacement of pyridine-N-oxide. Using the quorum sensing inhibitor 4NPO as a model compound, a library of 2-difluoromethylpyridine derivatives was designed, synthesized, and evaluated toward quorum sensing activity, biofilm formation, anti-violacein activity, and protease activity. As a result, compounds 1 (IC50 of 35 ± 1.12 μM), 5 (IC50 of 19 ± 1.01 μM), and 6 (IC50 of 27 ± 0.67 μM) showed a similar or better activity in comparison to 4NPO (IC50 of 33 ± 1.12 μM) in a quorum sensing system of Pseudomonas aeruginosa. In addition, compounds 1, 5, 6, and 4NPO showed good antibiofilm biomass of Pseudomonas aeruginosa ...
  • Authors: POPOVICH, NADJA; ALBECK-RIPKA, LIVIA; PIERRE-LOUIS UPDATED, KENDRA;  Advisor: -;  Co-Author: - (2019)

    A New York Times analysis, based on research from Harvard Law School, Columbia Law School and other sources, counts more than 90 environmental rules and regulations rolled back under Mr. Trump.
  • Authors: Tran BX;  Advisor: -;  Co-Author: - (2019)

    Child maltreatment remains a major health threat globally that requires the understanding of socioeconomic and cultural contexts to craft effective interventions. However, little is known about research agendas globally and the development of knowledge-producing networks in this field of study. This study aims to explore the bibliometric overview on child maltreatment publications to understand their growth from 1916 to 2018. Data from the Web of Science Core Collection were collected in May 2018. Only research articles and reviews written in the English language were included, with no restrictions by publication date. We analyzed publication years, number of papers, journals, authors...
  • Authors: Hiep-Hung Pham;  Advisor: Thi-Kieu-Trang Dong; Quan-Hoang Vuong; Dinh-Hai Luong; Tien-Trung Nguyen; Viet-Hung Dinh; Manh-Tung Ho;  Co-Author: - (2021)

    Recently, Asia has emerged as a new hub of international students, apart from the traditional hosts such as North America, Europe or Australia. Along with this phenomenon, there has been increasing international education scholars selecting international student mobilities in Asia as objects of research. Nevertheless, there has not yet any systematic knowledge about the existing literature on international student mobilities in Asia-related studies. This project aims to fulfil this void by analyzing data obtained from Scopus dataset from 1984 to 2019. Using descriptive statistics as well as advanced bibliometric analyses, the review identified influential documents, topics, sources wh...
  • Authors: Cao, Quoc Thai;  Advisor: -;  Co-Author: - (2021)

    The mental health of university students is not only a predominant topic for psychology and education researchers but also a source of interest for policymakers and various stakeholders. Although there has been a lot of research on higher education students’ mental health, we have little understanding on the mental health of international students (MHIS). Despite their distinctive characteristics compared to native students, the mental health issues of international students only started receiving attention very recently. So far, the literature on this topic lacks a comprehensive overview of its sub-topic and trending issues. By using bibliometric analysis, this research aims to fulfi...
  • Authors: Quoc, Thai Cao; Quan, Hoang Vuong; Hiep, Hung Pham; ; Dinh, Hai Luong; Manh, Toan Ho; Anh, Duc Hoang; Minh, Trang Do;  Advisor: -;  Co-Author: - (2021)

    The mental health of university students is not only a predominant topic for psychology and education researchers but also a source of interest for policymakers and various stakeholders. Although there has been a lot of research on higher education students’ mental health, we have little understanding on the mental health of international students (MHIS). Despite their distinctive characteristics compared to native students, the mental health issues of international students only started receiving attention very recently. So far, the literature on this topic lacks a comprehensive overview of its sub-topic and trending issues. By using bibliometric analysis, this research aims to fulfi...
  • Authors: Ho, Manh Toan; Ho, Manh Tung;  Advisor: -;  Co-Author: - (2021)

    This study adopts the bibliometric approach to identify the key characteristics in the relationship of demographic factors (age, gender, affiliations, and locations), scientific productivity, and the collaboration among development economics researchers in Vietnam during the period 2008–2020. Overall, the number of publications and authors in development economics are rising steeply with the average annual growth rate of nearly 23% and 26%, respectively. Moreover, the ‘quality’ of the research appears to be high as 59% of the articles are published in journals in the first and second quartile according Scimago journal ranking. However, the citation counts for these studies indicate th...
  • Authors: Manh, Toan Ho; Ngoc-Thang B. Le; Manh-Tung Ho; Quan-Hoang Vuong;  Advisor: -;  Co-Author: - (2021)

    This study adopts the bibliometric approach to identify the key characteristics in the relationship of demographic factors (age, gender, affiliations, and locations), scientific productivity, and the collaboration among development economics researchers in Vietnam during the period 2008–2020. Overall, the number of publications and authors in development economics are rising steeply with the average annual growth rate of nearly 23% and 26%, respectively. Moreover, the ‘quality’ of the research appears to be high as 59% of the articles are published in journals in the first and second quartile according Scimago journal ranking. However, the citation counts for these studies indicate th...
  • Authors: Trinh, Thanh; Luu, Thanh Binh; Le, Thi Trang Ha; Nguyen, Huy Duong; Tran, Van Trong; Nguyen, Thi Hai Van; Nguyen, Khanh Quoc; Nguyen Thi Lien;  Advisor: -;  Co-Author: - (2022)

    Landslide susceptibility maps (LSMs) are very crucial for planning policies in hazardous areas. However, the accuracy and reliability of LSMs depend on available data and the selection of suitable methods. This study is conducted to produce LSMs by combinations of machine learning methods and weighting techniques for Ha Giang province, Vietnam, where has limited data. In study area, we gather 11 landslide conditioning factors and establish a landslide inventory map. Computing the weights of classes (or factors) is very important to prepare data for machine learning methods to generate LSMs. We first use frequency ratio (FR) and analytic hierarchy process (AHP) techniques to generate t...
  • Authors: Thanh, Trinh; Binh Thanh, Luu; Trang Ha Thi, Le;  Advisor: -;  Co-Author: - (2022)

    Landslide susceptibility maps (LSMs) are very crucial for planning policies in hazardous areas. However, the accuracy and reliability of LSMs depend on available data and the selection of suitable methods. This study is conducted to produce LSMs by combinations of machine learning methods and weighting techniques for Ha Giang province, Vietnam, where has limited data. In study area, we gather 11 landslide conditioning factors and establish a landslide inventory map. Computing the weights of classes (or factors) is very important to prepare data for machine learning methods to generate LSMs. We first use frequency ratio (FR) and analytic hierarchy process (AHP) techniques to generate t...
  • Authors: Vinh T. Nguyen; Truong V. Vu; Phan H. Nguyen; Hoe D. Nguyen; Binh D. Pham; Hung V. Vu;  Advisor: -;  Co-Author: - (2022)

    In this paper, we numerically investigate the dynamics of a compound droplet driven by surface tension variation induced by a thermal gradient in a sinusoidal constriction tube. Initially, the compound droplet with a concentric inner core is spherical and placed in the constriction's upstream region at a low temperature. As time progresses, it migrates downstream with a high temperature. Due to the constriction, the droplet is slowed down in the upstream region and accelerated again right after passing the constriction. This acceleration maximizes the eccentricity. However, the constriction results in an increase in the maximum eccentricity when increasing its depth to a value corresp...
  • Authors: Vinh, Nguyen; Truong, Van; Phan, Nguyen; Hoe, Nguyen; Binh, Pham; Hung, Vu;  Advisor: -;  Co-Author: - (2022)

    In this paper, we numerically investigate the dynamics of a compound droplet driven by surface tension variation induced by a thermal gradient in a sinusoidal constriction tube. Initially, the compound droplet with a concentric inner core is spherical and placed in the constriction's upstream region with a low temperature. As time progresses, it migrates to the downstream with a high temperature. Due to the constriction, the droplet is slowed down in the upstream region and accelerated again right after passing the constriction. This acceleration maximizes the eccentricity. However, the constriction results in an increase in the maximum eccentricity when increasing its depth to a valu...
  • Authors: S.Gi. Yoon;  Advisor: -;  Co-Author: V. Jella; S. Ippili; J.-H. Eom; S.V.N. Pammi; H.-S. Jung; Van-Dang Tran;  Nguyen Van Hieu; A. Kirakosyan; D. Kim; M.R. Sihn; J. Choi; Y.-J. Kim (2018)

    This review article summarizes the recent development of flexible piezoelectric nanogenerators based on organic-inorganic metal halide perovskite (OMHP) materials and their polymer composites. Dielectric, ferroelectric and piezoelectric properties of OMHPs are also discussed in detail.
  • Authors: Duong, Minh Cuong;  Advisor: Nguyen, Hong Trang; Duong, Bich Thuy;  Co-Author: - (2021)

    Although Vietnam has been successful in the fight against the first wave of COVID-19, domestic outbreaks have continued to occur. Given university students constitute a significant proportion of the population in Vietnam, to improve the prevention and control of COVID-19 in Vietnam and comparable countries, we examined their knowledge, attitude, and practice (KAP) towards face mask use which is an important preventive measure and the association between the levels of COVID-19 knowledge and KAP towards face mask use. A cross-sectional survey was conducted on all students studying at Phenikaa University, Hanoi, using a self-developed questionnaire consisted of 42 questions regarding KAP...
  • Authors: Vuong, Quan-Hoang;  Advisor: La, Viet-Phuong; Ho, Manh-Toan; Pham, Thanh-Hang; Vuong, Thu-Trang; Vuong, Ha-My; Nguyen, Minh-Hoang;  Co-Author: - (2021)

    Science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education has become a critical factor in promoting sustainable development. Meanwhile, book reading is still an essential method for cognitive development and knowledge acquisition. In developing countries where STEM teaching and learning resources are limited, book reading is an important educational tool to promote STEM. Nevertheless, public data sets about STEM education and book reading behaviors in emerging countries are scarce. This article, therefore, aims to present a data set of 4,966 secondary school students from a school-based data collection in Vietnam. The data set comprises of five major categories: 1) students' ...
  • Authors: Nguyen MH; Ho MT;  Advisor: -;  Co-Author: Nguyen QYT; Vuong QH (2019)

    University students, especially international students, possess a higher risk of mental health problems than the general population. However, the literature regarding the prevalence and determinants of mental health problems as well as help-seeking behaviors of international and domestic students in Japan seems to be limited. This dataset contains 268 records of depression, acculturative stress, social connectedness, and help-seeking behaviors reported by international and domestic students at an international university in Japan. One of the main findings that can be drawn from this dataset is how the level of social connectedness and acculturative stress are predictive of the reporte...
  • Authors: Vuong QH;  Advisor: -;  Co-Author: Le AV; La VP; Vuong TT; Do TH; Vuong HM; Do DL; Hoang PH; Vu TH; Ho MT; Ho MT (2019)

    Books are the invaluable, colossal storage of mankind’s immense scholarship and are still commonly perceived as a more reliable source of knowledge even in this age of digitized information. Extensive reading is often promoted as being vital to cognitive development, especially for students in primary and secondary education. While it could now be considered common knowledge that reading is highly beneficial, reading habits vary among individuals in the same culture and receiving the same public education. This could be due to demographic variations and differences in socioeconomic status, or other factors such as family background and education. Despite the ample literature on readin...
  • Authors: W. Sánchez-Ortiz;  Advisor: J. Aldana-González; Tu Le Manh; M. Romero-Romo; I. Mejía-Caballero; M. T. Ramírez-Silva; E. M. Arce-Estrada; V. Mugica-Álvarez; M. Palomar-Pardavé;  Co-Author: - (2021)

    It is shown for the first time that the deep eutectic solvent, DES, formed by acetylcholine chloride and urea can be successfully used for Ag recovery from the cathode powder of spent silver oxide batteries. This DES performs two important functions namely, as selective leaching liquor to extract Ag(I) ions from the remaining Ag2O, leaving intact the metallic Ag in the solid phase, and as electrolytic bath for silver electrodeposition onto a glassy carbon electrode or graphite. Using potentiodynamic and potentiostatic electrochemical measurements, it was possible to quantify both: the Ag(I) leaching rate and the concentration of Ag(I) ions leached after 24 h. From this value, it was p...