Le Van Thiem (1918 – 1991)
Le Van Thiem He is the first talented professor and doctor of Science in Mathematics in Vietnam. He has made great contributions to the construction and development of Mathematics majors in Vietnam. He is the author of more than 20 mathematical works published in international journals. He edited many books on mathematics. Including 2 monographs: Some mathematical problems in elastic theory (1970) and Some mathematical problems of viscous liquids (1970). For his outstanding mathematical works, he was awarded the first Ho Chi Minh Prize by the State of Vietnam in 1.
Dang Vu Minh (1946 – Unknown)
Tran Dai Nghia (1913 – 1997)
Tran Dai Nghia Professor, his real name is Pham Quang Le, his hometown is Vinh Long. He is a major scientist and a military engineer, as well as a senior scientific and technical manager. His weapons research works are highly appreciated internationally. He is the father of Vietnam’s defense industry.
Nguyen Son Binh (1968 – Unknown)
Nguyen Son Binh is a professor with many contributions to national science, currently he is teaching at the Department of Chemistry at Northwestern University. His research focuses on the design of soft materials for applications in materials science, catalytic chemistry, and medicine. He is a principal member of the American National Laboratory Argonne.
Nguyen Thuc Quyen (1970 – Unknown)
Nguyen Thuc Quyen is the only famous female scientist in Vietnam. She is a Vietnamese-American scientist and researcher. She is currently a lecturer in the Department of Chemistry and Biology at the University of California Santa Barbara. She became famous among scientists when she brilliantly won the precious Alfred Sloan Prize. Her researches are on organic electronic devices such as photovoltaic, lep, solar cell…
Ta Quang Buu (1910 – 1986)
Ta Quang Buu Professor, famous scientist of Vietnam, he is a pioneer in the field of science, engineering and military technology in Vietnam. He proposed to improve the content of teaching the most basic, most modern and most suitable with Vietnamese conditions in all subjects and training disciplines. His typical works are on the development of basic science and demining techniques in war. His notable works are:
- Regular statistics
- Weak erection physics
- Algebra of Operators (1961)
- Atoms – nuclei – linear universe
Nguyen Xuan Hung (1976 – Unknown)
Nguyen Xuan Hung is a Professor of Mechanics, his hometown is Tanh Linh, Binh Thuan, originally from Quang Tri. He is currently a lecturer in the Department of Mechanics, Department of Mathematics and Information Technology at Vietnam National University, Ho Chi Minh City. He has more than 60 international articles and more than 40 scientific papers published at prestigious conferences. His research focuses on the development of powerful computational tools and computer simulations. His research is still being applied to practical areas of life.
Hoang Tuy (1927 – Unspecified)
Professor Hoang Tuy is a typical Vietnamese mathematician, the inventor of the pancreatic slice method that can solve many optimization problems. This is considered the first milestone marking the birth of the Global Optimal Theory. He is the author of more than 100 works published in prestigious international journals. These can be mentioned as: Mathematical Planning, Global Optimization, Concave Planning, Minimax Theorem, etc. He is a person who has great merit in building Vietnam’s mathematics industry. And most of all, it was he who trained young generations of Mathematics for his country.
Nguyen Van Hieu (1938 – Unknown)
Nguyen Van Hieu is an outstanding professor, politician, and physicist of Vietnam. He was born in Cau Do, now in Ha Cau ward, Ha Dong district, Hanoi in a family of small officials. He had to go through many hardships to pursue his education. He is the author of hundreds of works in two fields: Solid State Theory and Quantum Field Theory. In addition, he made great contributions to the establishment of the Vietnam Academy of Science and the Institute of Physics. He was conferred the Ho Chi Minh Prize by the state for his contributions.
Ngo Bao Chau (1972 – Unknown)
Professor Ngo Bao Chau is the youngest mathematical scientist in Vietnam to be promoted to professor at the age of 33. He is famous for his work proving the Basic Lemma for automorphic forms. He is also the first Vietnamese to win the Fields Award. He has many internationally appreciated scientific works and has made great contributions to the education of the country.
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