Methods of calculating the bond free energy based on Implicit Ligand Theory
Department for Management of Science and Technology Development of Ton Duc Thang University (TDTU) would like to announce the July 2019 periodic seminar “Methods of calculating the bond free energy based on Implicit Ligand Theory”
Reports to be presented at the seminar:
- Methods of calculating the bond free energy based on Implicit Ligand Theory
- C-Terminal can serve as germ of the self-assembly process of transmembrane Aβ11-42 Tetramer in solution: Intensive dynamics study.
- Analysis of sheet structures reinforced with graphene platelets.
- Introduction about the electronic shell model and state density function.
In this seminar, the speakers are the members of Laboratory of Theoretical and Computational Biophysics (Lab TCB), Division of Computational Mechanics (DCM); and Computational Chemistry Research Group (ComChem) of TDTU. Specifically:
Dr. Nguyen Trung Hai, a member of Lab TCB, will present the report on “Methods of calculating associated free energy based on Implicit Ligand Theory. Dr. Nguyen Trung Hai is the author of more than 20 ISI articles (h-index 10), including those published in the journals including, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (Impact factor 9.5), Journal of chemical theory and computation (Impact factor 5.4), and Chemistry – A European Journal (Impact factor 5.1). He is one of TDTU's leading experts in researching methods to calculate the bond free affinity of biological systems.
Dr. Ngo Son Tung, head of Lab TCB, will present the report “The S shape structure of Aβ11-42 tetramer”. Dr. Ngo Son Tung is the author of more than 30 ISI articles (h-index 11); including those published in the leading scientific journals such as Coordination Chemistry Reviews (Impact factor: 14.5), Journal of Biological Chemistry (Impact factor: 4.2), and Journal of Physical Chemistry B (Impact factor : 3.2).
Dr. Thai Hoang Chien, a member of DCM, will present the report “The layerwise deformation theory for microstructural analysis”. Dr. Chien is the author of more than 50 ISI articles (h-index 25), including those published in Composites Part B: Engineering (Impact factor 6.8), Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering (Impact factor 4.8); and Composite Structure (Impact factor 4.8). With more than 2,000 citations in 8 years of research, Dr. Chien is a leading specialist in the field of Computational Mechanics of TDTU.
Dr. Nguyen Minh Tam, a member of ComChem, an Assistant Professor at TDTU, will present the report “The electronic shell model and state density function”. Dr. Tam is the author of nearly 40 ISI articles (h-index 13) including those published in Chemistry – A European Journal (Impact factor 5.2), Journal of Physical Chemistry C (Impact factor 4.5), and Scientific Report (Impact factor 4.2). Dr. Tam is one of the leading young professionals in the field of material science research at TDTU.
Time: From 14:00 to 16:00, July 12th, 2019.
Venue: Hall A, TDTU; 19 Nguyen Huu Tho, Tan Phong ward, District 7, Ho Chi Minh City.
Presentation languages: English and Vietnamese.
Participants: TDTU is honored to invite scientists, teachers, and students considering the above topics to participate in presentations and discussion. Register with the Organizing Committee before July 10th, 2019 (Phone: 028 37755037, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org).