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Rencontres du Vietnam – Institute of Physics and Electronics, Hanoi



from the
Planck scale through nano scales to cosmological distances

(Nha Trang, January 5-6, 2007)



The workshop will be held in Nhatrang from 5th – 6th of January 2007 as an accompanying activity of the 13th Vietnam School of Physics (VSOP). The workshop includes a wide range of topics of modern physics covered by previous VSOP's (for more details about the VSOP, please, visit the website http://www.iop.vast.ac.vn/activities/vsop).

Scientific program:

The duration of a talk is 30 min (for an invited talk) or 15 min (for a contributed talk) including the time for questions and discussions.

  1. Yunkyu Bang (Chonnam National University Kwangju, Korea)
  2. "Unified Theory of Unconventional Superconductors".

  3. Chia-Chu Chen (NCKU, Tainan, Taiwan)
  4. "Gauge Invariance and Ground State Instability in Dicke Model".

  5. Yung-Chou Chen(National Chung Hsing University, Taichung, Taiwan)
  6. "The optical and transport properties in the self-assembled free base porphyrin crystal".

  7. N. D. Hari Dass (Hayama Centre for Advanced Studies, Hayama, Japan)
  8. "Effective String Theories".

  9. Tetsuo Deguchi (Ochanomizu Univ., Tokyo, Japan)
  10. "Onsager algebra and superintegrable chiral Potts model: duality of lattice models
    through sl(2) loop algebra symmetry at roots of unity".

  11. Vittorio Del Duca (INFN, Frascati, Italy)
  12. "Higgs: the missing link of the Standard Model".

  13. Jongbae Hong (Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea)
  14. "Understanding of Nonequilibrium Kondo Phenomena by Nonperturbative Dynamical Theory".

  15. Hsi-Feng Huang (National Chung Hsing University, Taichung, Taiwan)
  16. "Self-running droplets".

  17. Nguyen Hoang Hung (University of Natural Science, Ho Chi Minh City, Viet Nam)
  18. "Size effects on structure of amorphous Al2O3 nanoparticles".

  19. Pham Quang Hung (University of Virginia, Charlottesville , Virginia, USA)
  20. "Inflation, Dark Energy and the False Vacuum".

  21. Seung-Hoon Jhi (Pohang Univ. of Science and Technology, Pohang, Korea )
  22. "Electronic and magnetic properties of carbon nanotubes upon chemically
    or mechanically-induced symmetry-breaking ".

  23. Hanchul Kim (Korea Research Institute of Standards and Science, Seoul, Korea)
  24. "First-Principles Study of Carbon-Induced Modification of Si(001)".

  25. Nguyen Quynh Lan (Hanoi National University of Education)
  26. "Late Decaying Dark Matter, Bulk Viscosity and the Cosmic Acceleration".

  27. Ming-Way Lee (National Chung-Hsin University, Taichung, Taiwan)
  28. "New technique for studying field emission form individual carbon nanotubes".

  29. Nguyen Ngoc Linh (University of Natural Science, Ho Chi Minh City, Viet Nam)
  30. "Molecular dynamics study on structural properties of liquid and morphous Al2O3.2SiO2 nanoparticles".

  31. Cai-Dian Lu (Institute of High Energy Physics,Beijing,China)
  32. "Flavor physics and CP violation".

  33. Choo Hiap Oh (National University of Singapore, Singapore)
  34. "Bell 's inequality and its generalizations".

  35. Trần Minh Tiến (Institute of Physics and Electronics, Ha Noi, Viet Nam)
  36. "Inhomogeneous phases in correlated electron materials".

  37. Ngo Huynh Buu Trong(University of Natural Science, Ho Chi Minh City, Viet Nam)
  38. "Glass Transition in Simulated liquid TiO2 nanoparticles".

  39. Chin-Chun Tsai (National Cheng-Kung University, Tainan, Taiwan)
  40. "Precision measurement of the Cs Rydberg states
    with the splitting of electromagnetically induced transparenc".

  41. John Weiner (Université Paul Sabatier, Orsay, France)
  42. "The nature of surface waves on subwavelength metallic structures".

  43. Eric Yang (Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea)
  44. "Single electron control in n-type semiconductor quantum dots using non-Abelian holonomies
    generated by spin orbit coupling ".

  45. Yi Yang (National Center for Theoretical Sciences, Hsinchu, Taiwan)
  46. "Symmetries in String Theory & String Scattering Amplituds".

  47. Chuan-Jie Zhu (Institute of Theoretical Physics, Beijing, China)
  48. "QCD calculation for LHC".

Other events:

Coffee and tea breaks between scientific sessions will be covered by the organizers. Other events (banquet, excussions, etc.) if organized will be at the cost of the participants. If allowed by the budget a conference banquet will be organized.

Financial support:

Some financial support may be available (priority will be given to young participants).

Registration deadlines:

Please, return the completed registration form (docpdf) to the contact address given below.


  1. Patrick Aurenche (Annecy, France)
  2. Chia-Chu Chen (Tainan, Taiwan)
  3. Hanyong Choi (Seoul, Korea)
  4. Nguyen Mong Giao (Ho Chi Minh city, Vietnam)
  5. Pham Quang Hung (Charlottesville, Virginia, USA)
  6. Takeo Inami (Tokyo, Japan)
  7. Nguyen Anh Ky (Hanoi, Vietnam)
  8. Cai-Dian Lu (Beijing, China)
  9. Nguyen Hong Quang (Hanoi, Vietnam)

Contact address:

Ms Pham Anh Tuyet
Workshop PLSS’06
Institute of Physics and Electronics
10 Dao Tan, Ba Dinh, Hanoi, Vietnam
Phone: (84-4) 834 7953, 766 0221, 7662107; Fax: (84-4) 834 9050
E-mail: vsop@iop.vast.ac.vn