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3rd Student Science Research Workshop 2020 at Nguyen Tat Thanh University

On October 1st 2020, Faculty of Environmental and Food Engineering, Nguyen Tat Thanh University (NTTU) proudly organized The 3rd Workshop on Student Science Research 2020 to create the opportunities for students to share and learn from each other through publication of research papers in 3 different fields of Chemistry, Food and Environment.  

The participating guests include Ms Selena Le, Director of WSAFE Investment Fund; Mr Doan Ba Nhut, Director of Center for Environmental Science and Technology (CESAT); Ms Quach Kim Nguyet, representative of Department of Natural Resources and Environment of Tan Binh District; Mr Do Dinh Tuan, Cetech Environmental Technology Co., Ltd; Mr Huynh Tan Dat, Director of Le Huynh Environmental Technology Co., Ltd; Mr Le Minh Thanh, Environmental Waste Services, Technology and Management JSC.; Mr Nguyen Uy Thu, Deputy Director of Tra Vinh Farm Co., Ltd; Mr Vo Anh Kiet, representative of Hana Environmental Solutions Co., Ltd; Mr Nguyen Thanh Tu, representative of Vietnam Airlines Caterers Co., Ltd; Ms Vo Khanh Thanh, representative of Dong Nai Province Crop Production and Plant Protection Branch; Dr Tran Thi Nhu Trang, Dean of the Faculty of Environmental and Food Engineering, Nguyen Tat Thanh University and our lecturers, students majoring in the fields of Chemical Engineering & Technology, Food Technology, Natural Resources and Environmental Management.

The workshop is an annual activity organized by Environmental and Food Engineering Faculty to create a playground for studying and scientific research, thereby discovering and fostering scientific research skills of students. This is also an opportunity for the Faculty to summarize, evaluate and appreciate the achievements in scientific research activities of students in the academic year 2019–2020.

 

Workshop on Student Science Research 2020 attracts a lot of quality research papers

For that reason, this year program has received a great attention from our lecturers and the enthusiastic participation of students with many quality and practical reports, and in diverse range of topics.

Through the processes of assessment, the Board of judges selected 77 most outstanding research papers to attend the workshop. In particular, there are 16 projects conducted by students majoring in Chemical Engineering & Technology, 29 projects by students of Food Technology and 32 projects of students majoring in Natural Resource and Environmental Management. Accordingly, each topic has to be demonstrated by poster entirely in English, or presented via a 45-60 seconds video in front of the Evaluation Committee combining high qualified lecturers and representatives of relevant enterprises.

 

The organizers award Consolation prizes for students with the excellent presentations

At the workshop, the organizer found excellent projects for Poster and Video sections. The final results are as follows:

Prize

VIDEO

POSTER

1st

Hoang Cong Toai, class 16DHH1A, majoring in Chemical Engineering & Technology with the topic of Evaluation of Rose hydrosol composition by direct distillation method and Preparation of Nano emulsion using coconut oil (supervised by MSc. Nguyen Thi Ngoc Lan)

Truong Duong My Chi, class 16DTP1A, majoring in Food Technology with the topic of Influence of blanching and hot air drying on moisture loss and biological activity of sprouted peanuts (supervised MSc. Nguyen Thi Thuy Dung)

2nd

Huynh Long, class 16DTP1A, majoring in Food Technology with the topic of The effects of ultrasonic-assisted extraction conditions on polyphenol, flavonoid content and antioxidant activity in white skin pomelo extraction of green grapefruit (CITRUS MAXIMA (BURM.) MERR.) (supervised by MSc. Nguyen Hong Khoi Nguyen)

Pham Quoc Thang, class 16DHH1A, majoring in Chemical Engineering & Technology with the topic of Research on fractional distillation of pepper essential oils to improve Caryophylen content (supervised by MSc. Nguyen Dinh Phuc)

Huynh Ngoc Duong, class 16DTP1A, majoring in Food Technology with the topic of Comparing polyphenol, flavonoid contents and antioxidant activity in white skin extraction of Nam Roi grapefruit (CITRUS MAXIMA (BURM. MERR.), harvested in different ages by using the methods of ultrasonic and thermal assisted extraction (supervised by Assoc. Prof. Dr. Bach Long Giang)

Nguyen Thi Cam Thi, class 16DTNMT1A, majoring in Natural Resources and Environmental Management with the topic of Research on utilizing jackfruit skins and rags combined with agricultural residues to produce organic substrates (supervised by MSc. Tran Thanh)

3rd

Pham Quoc Thang, class 16DHH1A, majoring in Chemical Engineering & Technology with the topic of Research on fractional distillation of pepper essential oils to improve Caryophylen content (supervised by MSc. Nguyen Dinh Phuc)

Nguyen Huynh Thanh Thu, Class 16DHH1A, majoring in Chemical Engineering & Technology, with the topic of Separating lemongrass essential oil into fractions and identifying its characteristics (supervised by MSc. Do Dinh Nhat)

Nguyen Thi Xuan Mai, class 16DTNMT1A, from Department of Natural Resources and Environment Management with the topic of Assessing the ability to remove oxytetracycline antibiotics in water using water hyacinth (supervised by MSc. Le Thi Hong Diep)

Huynh Ngoc Duong, class 16DTP1A, majoring in Food Technology with the topic of Comparing polyphenol, flavonoid contents and antioxidant activity in white skin extraction of Nam Roi grapefruit (CITRUS MAXIMA (BURM. MERR.), harvested in different ages by using the methods of ultrasonic and thermal assisted extraction (supervised by Assoc. Prof. Dr. Bach Long Giang)

Nguyen Thi Phuong, class 15DTNMT1A, majoring in Natural Resources and Environmental Management with the topic Research on Norfloxacine absorption capacity in water using biochar derived from coffee grounds (instructed by Dr. Vo Thi Dieu Hien)

Ho Nguyen Hoang Yen, class 16DTNMT1A, majoring in Natural Resources and Environmental Management with the topic of Research on ammonium absorption capacity in water by biochar derived from coffee grounds (supervised by Dr. Vo Thi Dieu Hien)

Consolation prize

Nguyen Thi Thuc Hue, Class 16DHH1A, majoring in Chemical Engineering & Technology with the topic of Chemical Engineering & Technology (supervised by Mr. Pham Hoang Danh)

Nguyen Dinh Huy, class 16DHH1A, majoring in Chemical Engineering & Technology with the topic of The adsorptive treatment of methylene blue from aqueous solution by spent coffee ground (supervised by Dr. Trieu Quoc An)

Nguyen Thi Lan Huong, Class 16DHH1A, majoring in Chemical Engineering & Technology with the topic of Assessing the quality and antioxidant properties of Japanese mint essential oil from Ba Ria-Vung Tau Province (supervised by MSc. Tran Bui Phuc)

Le Nguyen Duc Huy, class 16DTP1A, majoring in Food Technology with the topic of Creating alginate gel granules containing anthocyanin from Hibiscus sabdariffa L. (supervised by MSc. Nguyen Quoc Duy)

Nguyen Thi Phuong, class 15DTNMT1A, majoring in Natural Resources and Environmental Management with the topic of Research on norfloxacine absorption capacity in water by biochar derived from coffee grounds (supervised by Dr. Vo Thi Dieu Hien)

Le Phuoc Hai, class 16DTNMT1A, majoring in Natural Resources and Environmental Management with the topic of Carbon Footprint Inventory (CF) and integrating green growth solutions towards a low-carbon economy for some classic processes of garment technology of Vietnam National Textile and Garment Group (VINATEX) (supervised by MSc. Le Nguyen).

Dr. Tran Thi Nhu Trang, Dean of Faculty of Environmental and Food Engineering, Nguyen Tat Thanh University, gives the closing speech

Speaking at the workshop, Dr. Tran Thi Nhu Trang, Dean of Faculty of Environmental and Food Engineering, Nguyen Tat Thanh University highly appreciated students’ passion for scientific research, and acknowledged their efforts and confidence, demonstrated by their performance and public speaking skill. Dr. Tran Thi Nhu Trang also hopes that student scientific research activities will continue to receive the attention and support from the Board of Presidents, lecturers and researchers. This will contribute to creating a scientific research environment, especially creating innovative impacts; promoting the development of science and technology of the whole country.

Article and photos: Thanh Hương - Tiến Thành

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