Thuyloi University launches 4 core research teams

Establishment core research teams is planned in the strategic direction of the university in which the university will become a research, multidisciplinary and multi-field university with high reputation in training and technology transfer towards sustainable development.

In 2020, the university decided to establish 4 score research teams, including:

1. The AICOST (Artificial Intelligence for Tackling Climate Change and Controlling System) research team includes  experts in the field of information technology, water resources,  hydrology and remote sensing. The objective of the AICOST team is to apply artificial intelligence, remote sensing and big data analytics for solving water resources problems in the context of climate change.

2. The MLIC (Machine Learning  Techniques and Intelligent Control) research team inludes experts in the field of information technology, electrical and electronics engineering. The  objective of MLIC team is to investigate and spropose intelligent actuator control systems that apply to real life and production problems.

3. The GRAT (GIS and Remote Sensing Application Thuyloi University) research team includes experts in the field of remote sensing water resources. The objective of the GRAT team is to apply advanced remote sensing techniques in water resouces problems.

4.The ROOM (Research of Organic Matter) research team includes experts in the field of chemistry and environment. The team researches about residues, risk assesment and solution to reduce persistent toxic substance in the environment; low-cost and environment friendly solutions to treat biodegradable organic substances in wastewater to improve the research direction on general organic substance pollution in the environment.

The launching ceremony was held at conference room 225 -A2

According to Assoc.Prof.Dr. Nguyen Canh Thai, TLU’s Vice President, the goal of building core research teams is to enhance team capacity through interdisciplinary research activities to address sustainability issues; towards the creation of products with high gray matter content in industry, agriculture and real life issues; trengthen high quality international publications; contribute to improve the quality of training, especially doctoral training; expand and strengthen international cooperation in specific research projects, etc.

Assoc.Prof. Dr. Nguyen Canh Thai - Vice President speaking

The development of core research teams will help to build strong scientific collectives which enable to carry out challenging and long-term research tasks. This not only helps to increase the number of high-quality international publications but also improves the quality of undergraduate and postgraduate training to meet international standards.