The Department of Physics was established in 1996 with 04 members. Currently, the Department has 15 members, including 04 Associate Professors, 06 Philosophy Doctors, 02 PhD students, 01 Masters and 02 laboratory staffs. The Department of Physics has been responsible for training graduate programs of Theoretical Physics and Engineering Physics (since 2000), training undergraduate program of Engineering Physics (since 2014) and training PhD program of Theoretical Physics (since 2019). In addition, the Department of Physics also participates in teaching General Physics to undergraduate students majoring in Natural Sciences, Social Sciences, Technology, Agriculture and Environment at general stage.
1.2. Scientific research
In addition to training duties, the Department also performs the tasks of basic and applied scientific research to actively contribute to improving the quality of training and serving socio-economic development. The main research groups of the Department include:
Material science group
1) Assoc. Prof. Nguyen Tri Tuan 4) Msc. Dang Long Quan
2) Dr. Huynh Thanh Tuan 5) Dr. Nguyen Thi Hong
3) Dr. Nguyen Thi Kim Chi
Research interests: Producing and researching of the electrical, magnetic and optical properties of nano powder and ZnS, ZnO thin film; Producing of organic fluorescent electric components (OLED); Carbon nanotubes and fuel batteries; Researching of the applicability of nanoscale materials in environmental treatment, application orientation in medicine.
Computational physics group
1) Assoc. Prof. Nguyen Thanh Tien 3) Msc. Tran Thi Ngoc Thao
2) Msc. Tran Yen Mi 4) Dr. Pham Thi Bich Thao
Research interests: Calculating and simulating the electronic and optical properties of the semiconductor nano-structures. In particular, researching of transport in the low-dimensional semiconductor structures.
Particle physics group
1) Assoc. Prof. Nguyen Thanh Phong 3) Dr. Nguyen Thi Kim Ngan
2) Dr. Nguyen Van Hop
Research interests: Neutrinos, neutrino physics and the connection between neutrinos and cosmology such as leptogenesis, baryogenesis…researching of the extensions of the Standard Model and their physical consequences.
Earth science group
Members: Assoc. Prof. Duong Hieu Đau
Research interests: Using of the wavelet transform to determine the gravity and geomagnetic anomalies in the Mekong delta.
2. Administrative structure
1) Head of Department: Assoc. Prof. Nguyen Thanh Phong
Responsible for organizing, administration and planning, personnel, graduate training.
2) Vice Head of Department: Dr. Nguyen Thi Kim Chi
Responsible for undergraduate training, quality management, student assistance.
3) Vice Head of Department: Dr. Nguyen Thi Hong
Responsible for material facility management, scientific research, union.