DEPARTMENT OF PLANT ECOLOGY
Functions and tasks:
To carry out research in theoretical and applied plant ecology.
To study ecosystems of high economic value, and environmental protection, and the ecology of high valuable plants.
To participate in building the technological basis for studying plant ecology.
Carrying out the study of the structure and succession of different forest types and the ecology of higher plant species.
Studying and creating scientific basis for restoration of degraded vegetation and ecosystems.
Studying the floral diversity in the high-mountainous ecosystems of Viet Nam and propose measures for its conservation, development and exploitation.
Studing and applying the theory of system analysis, mathematical modeling, computer simulation and the theory of landscape ecology to ecological studies.
Finding an approach for arresting and preventing desertification in the south of central Viet Nam.
Georg-August Universität Göttingen, Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research - UFZ (Germany), Forestry and Forest Products Research Institute (Japan), EarthWatch (USA), Shizuoka University (Japan), University of Antwerp (Belgium), Botanical Garden-Institute of Far Eastern Branch of Russian Academy of Science (Russia).
Basic Earth Science Project "Study on species composition and initial survey on the chemical composition of liverworts (Marchantiophyta) and hornworts (Anthocerotophyta) in the northern mountains of Vietnam", code: KHCBTĐ.02/21-23, approved by the President of the Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology for implementation in the three years 2021-2023, in cooperation with the Russian partner (Dr.Sci. Vadim Bakalin, Far Eastern Branch, Russian Academy of Sciences) support and advise thesis of students, graduate students or PhD students on the topic of liverworts and hornworts. Contact details: Assoc.Prof.Dr. Nguyen Van Sinh, Email: email@example.com, Tel: +84(0)989548886.
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Head of department: Superior researcher, Assoc.Prof.Dr. Nguyen Van Sinh. Tel: +84-4-38360870; +84-(0)989548886. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org