Trịnh Xuân Hoàng

Researcher, Associate Professor
Center for Computational Physics
Institute of Physics
Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology
10 Dao Tan, Ba Dinh, Hanoi, Vietnam
Office: Room 24,
2H Building, 18 Hoang Quoc Viet, Hanoi
Tel: +84 24 37660706
Fax: +84 24 37662107
Emails: hoang@iop.vast.vn,
hoang@iop.vast.ac.vn

Ph.D. in Physics, Polish Academy of Sciences, 2000
Magister & Engineer in Technical Physics, Warsaw University of Technology, 1996

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Research interests

My studies focus on understanding the behaviors of biopolymers and biomolecular systems by using simple and coarse-grained models, computer simulations and statistical mechanics approaches. My research problems include topics of protein folding, protein aggregation, amyloid formation, DNA condensation, and folding of membranes and ribbons.

Teaching

  • Statistical Mechanics, 2009-2018, Institute of Physics and Graduate University of Science and Technology, VAST
  • Simulation and Modeling, 2011-2016, Institute of Physics, VAST
  • Molecular Biophysics, 2012-2014, Institute of Physics, VAST
  • Classical Electrodynamics, 2005-2007, Institute of Physics, VAST

Hoang's biophysics group

  • Trinh Xuan Hoang (Institute of Physics, VAST), assoc. prof.
  • Le Duy Manh (Duy Tan University), postdoc researcher
  • Bui Phuong Thuy (Duy Tan University), postdoc researcher
  • Nguyen Ba Hung (Military Medical University), postdoc researcher
  • Nguyen Thi Thuy Nhung (Institute of Physics, VAST), research assistant
  • Pham Van Hoang (Institute of Physics, VAST), research assistant

Collaborators

Publications

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News

Feb, 2020: Our recent work appeared on the font cover of Biofouling (2018 impact factor 2.847).

Caption for the front cover image of Biofouling Volume 36, 2020

Examples of Ulva linza spore configuration for single (top left) and multiple spores on an unit cell of a Sharklet microtopographic surface. The spores of 5 μm in diameter are shown as filled purple circles. The Sharklet surface has four distinct features (yellow) of lengths equal to 4, 8, 12 and 16 μm, respectively. The feature width and the feature spacing are equal to 2 μm. The configurations are obtained by Monte Carlo simulations in the extended surface energetic attachment (SEA) model with spore-spore excluded volume interaction. The study shows that inter-organism interactions alter their attachment behaviors in high-density fouling. From Hoang TX, Mai HTH, Brennan AB, Le L. (2019). Effects of inter-organism interactions in biofouling on microtopographic surfaces. Biofouling 35(6): 684-695.