Physical Chemistry

Physical chemistry maintains a tradition of excellence in teaching at the undergraduate and graduate levels, and its members pursue vigorous research programs in many of the most active areas of physical chemistry.

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The Department of Physical Chemistry at the Hanoi University of Science and Technology (HUST) was established in 1958.

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Mission

The mission of the department of Physical Chemistry is to serve the University and society in general, providing excellent fundamental training to its students in basic degree programs, as well as in advanced training in master’s and doctorate degree programs and through the research programs in which it participates.

Vision

The department of Physical Chemistry at the Hanoi University of Science and Technology (HUST) strives to be a model, within the university system, in the subjects of teaching, research, management and in the professional development of its members, by way of programs of excellence in these fields. In teaching innovation, the focus is as much on the projects themselves as on the implementation of educational and technological innovations. In scientific research, the focus is on continued research development in biophysics, computational biology and nanoscience, by means of competitive projects and the enhancement of the outreach of the department, establishing strategic partnerships with recognized groups from other universities and Research Institutions and fostering relationships with enterprises by way of agreements which vectorize the transfer of knowledge. In departmental management, the focus is on promoting internal structures for an effective management of allocated resources. The department, through its use of the system of quality management (EFQM), will ensure continuous improvement in all fields.

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