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Simulation in Materials Science Research Group

1. Introduction

Manufacturing new materials with advanced properties is a research direction that has attracted many scientists around the world. SMS group intends to study the structure of materials at the atomic level in order to understand the mechanism of changing the material microstructure in technological process. This also provides more scientific information to explain current issues of material science.

2. Mission and vision

The group focuses on studying the microstructure of materials, the formation of atomic network, the nature of abnormal diffusion and structural phase transition, theoretical demonstration of the structure of material.

3. Research topics

• Microstructure of materials;

• The influence of microstructure on the physical properties, diffusion mechanism and process of densification;

• The influences of temperature, pressure on microstructure of material.

4. Current members

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Dr. Pham Khac Hung

Positions:

• Head of Simulation in Materials Science Research Group, Ton Duc Thang University, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

• Associate Professor of Physics

Areas of expertise: Steel and alloys, material microstructure, amorphous material

Research track record (until October of 2016):

• ISI papers: 57

• Total ISI Citations: 158

• ISI H-index: 8

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Dr. Le The Vinh

Positions:

• Member of Simulation in Materials Science Research Group, Ton Duc Thang University, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

• Associate Professor of Physics

Areas of expertise: Amorphous alloys, Silica

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Dr. To Ba Van

Positions:

• Member of Simulation in Materials Science Research Group, Ton Duc Thang University, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

• Associate Professor of Physics

Areas of expertise: Material science, steel and alloys

5. Former members (name, title, picture)

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6. Publications (ISI or Scopus only)

2. Pham Khac Hung, Fumiya Noritake, Luyen Thi San, To Ba Van, Le The Vinh (2017); Study of diffusion and local structure of sodium-silicate liquid: the molecular dynamic simulation; The European Physical Journal B (ISI).

1. P.K. Hung, L.T. Vinh, To Ba Van, N.V. Hong, N.V. Yen; Insight into dynamics and microstructure of aluminum-silicate melts from molecular dynamics simulation; Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids, Vol. 462, pp. 1–9 (ISI).

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