Prof. Dr. Nguyen Huu Duc
Laboratory for Nano Maganetic Materials and Devices
Xuan Thuy, Cau Giay,
Tel: 84 4 754 7203 - Fax: 84 4 754 7460
E-mail: [email protected]
Dear Colleagues and Friends,
Ladies and Gentlemen
First of all please accept our warm greetings from Hanoi, Vietnam to all of you in Hong Kong and Nansha.
It is a great honor for the Colege of Technology, Vietnam National Universiity Hanoi to participate in the organization of the Sixth International Conference on Bioinformatics by videotelecasting. On behalf of the organizers in Hanoi, I would like to warmly welcome you, the invited guests and all participants. I wish you all a good health, useful discussions and a great success at this conference.
Dear friends and colleagues,
Bioinformatics is one of the important scientific area in the 21st century. However, this is still new in Vietnam. We, therefore, consider this conference and the activities connected to it as a great opportunity for Vietnamese scientists to get access to this new field of study and research. Indeed, since last week, a large number of scientists from different institutions and all parts of Vietnam and also from other country have been participating the InCoB2007 Training Workshop on Bioinformatics at our College of Technology and they all are present to participate on-line in this conference.
I am happy to inform you that the interest to this conference and its activities comes from scientists not in Biotechnology, but also from scientists from other fields like Computer Science, Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering, Engineering Physics and Nanobiotechnology. It is our great pleasure also to have colleagues from Laos PDR at this meeting. Clearly, this event is a good opportunity to bring scientists from different fields together to build up a multidisciplinary field of study and research in our country. The InCoB2007, therefore, is an important event in the development of Bioinformatics in Vietnam.
On this occasion, I would like to express our sincere thanks to the international and the local organizers of this conference, among the local organizers, the Institute of Biotechnology, Vietnamese Academy of Science and Technology and The College of Technology, Vietnam National University Hanoi, that they all have contributed great efforts to make this event happen and a success. We also sincerely appreciate the support from FAOBMB, IUBMB, APBIONET, ISCB and UNESCO to sponsor these actvities. In particular, I would like to thank Prof. Tan Tin Wee from Singapore, Prof. Martti Tammi from Sweden and Dr. Chuong Huynh from the USA who have given high level lectures and a lot of support to the participants of the training workshop in Hanoi.
Once again all the best for all of you and a great success to the InCoB2007 confrerence.
Thank you for your attention.
Speech delivered by Videoconferencing (using VClass) transmitted over TEIN2 and APAN network links between HKUST, Hong Kong and Coltech, VNU, Hanoi, Vietnam on 28th August 2007, 9.30am.
BioData of Nguygen Huu Duc
Date of birth: December 15, 1958
Place of birth:
Marital status: Married, 2 children.
Home address: 19B21,
Prof. Duc is author of 100 scientific
papers in various international journals and of 5 monographs published in
recent volumes of the Handbook of Magnetic Materials and the Handbook on the
Physics and Chemistry of Rare Earths (Elsevier Science Publisher). He has been
in intensive collaboration with scientists from various institutions and universities
of Amsterdam (The Netherlands), Moscow (Russia), Tokyo, Kyushu and Ritsumeikan (Japan), Paris-Sud, Rouen and Brest
(France), Prague (Czech) and from the Laboratory Louis Neél,
CNRS (Grenoble, France). He has given invited talks at the International
Conference on Magnetism in 1991 at
His current research interests are focussed on nano-structured magnetic materials and devices, and in particular, the magnetostrictive exchange-spring multilayers, multiferroic nanostructures.
Recent significant publications (2001-2006)
1. N.H. Duc, Giant
magnetostriction in lanthanide - transition metal thin films, in: Handbook on Magnetic Materials, K.H.J. Buschow ed., North-Holland,
2. N.H. Duc and P.E. Brommer, Formation of 3d moment and spin fluctuations
in rare-earth - cobalt compounds, in: Handbook
on Magnetic Materials, K.H.J. Buschow ed.,
3. N.H. Duc
and P.E. Brommer, Magnetoelasticity of nanoscale
heterogeneous magnetic materials, in: Handbook
on Magnetic Materials, K.H.J. Buschow ed.,
4. N.H. Duc, T.M. Danh, , N.A. Tuan and J. Teillet, Large magnetostrictive susceptibility in TbFeCo/FeCo multilayers, Appl. Phys. Lett., 78 (2001) 3648.
5. N.H. Duc, Developments of giant low-field magnetostriction in TerfecoHan based single layer, multilayer and sandwich films.
Invited paper presented at Joint European Magnetic Symposia, Grenoble 2001, J. Magn. Magn. Mater., 242-245 (2002) 1411.
6. N.H. Duc, D.T. Huong Giang, A. Fnidiki and J. Teillet, Nanostructure and magnetic properties of Fe0.56Cu0.46 films, J. Magn. Magn. Mater., 262 (2003) 420.
7. D.T. Huong Giang, N.H. Duc, F. Richommer and S. Schulze, Nanostructure and magnetic softness of magnetostrictive Terfecohan/YFeCo multilayers, J. Magn. Magn. Mater., 262 (2003) 361.
8. N.H. Duc, V.N. Thuc, D.T. Huong Giang, N.T. Minh Hong and N. Chau, Magnetisation process and magnetostriction in Fe/Terfecohan/Fe sandwich films with perpendicular, Physica B327 (2003) 328.
9. N.H. Duc and P.E. Brommer, Magnetic properties of Tb1-xYx(Co,Si)2 compounds, J. Magn. Magn. Mater., 262 (2003) 472.
10. D.T. Kim Anh, N.P. Thuy, N.H. Duc, T.T. Nhien and N.V. Nong, Magnetism and magnetocaloric effects in (La,Nd)(Fe,Si)13 compounds, J. Magn. Magn. Mater., 262 (2003) 427.
11. N.H. Duc, D.T. Huong Giang and N. Chau, Natural nanostructure and magnetization reversal process in TbFeCo/Yx(FeCo)1-x spring - magnets type multilayers, Presented at the International Symposium on Advanced Magnetic Technology, Taipei 2003, to be published in J. Magn. Magn. Mater., 2004.
12. D.T. Huong Giang, N.H. Duc, V.N. Thuc, L.V. Vu and N. Chau, Combining large magnetostriction and large magnetostrictive susceptibility in novel TbFeCo/YxFe1-x spring - magnets type multilayers, Appl. Phys. Letters (2004).
13. N.H. Duc
and D.T. Huong Giang, Discontinuous
spring magnet type magnetostrictive Terfecohan/YFeCo multilayers: a
novel nanostructured material principle for excellent
magnetic softness, invited paper presented at ICM’06 (
14. N.H. Duc, N.T. Minh Hong, J. Teillet, Longitudinal Hall effect in Terfecohan thin films with perpendicular magnetic anisotropy, to be published in J. Magn. Magn. Mater., (2007).
1. Surface magnetic anisotropy and magnetostriction in thin films and nanostructured materials.
2. 4f‑3d magnetism in amorphous systems.
3. Magnetostriction in thin films and applications
4. Giant magnetoresistance in rare earth - transition metal nanostructured materials with perperndicular magnetic anisotropy.
5. Multiferroic, magnetostrictive/piezo composites and devices.