Dr. Do Van Dang


BASIC INFORMATION
  • Name: Dr. Do Van DANG
  • Birthday: 1987
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  • Department: Department of Petrochemistry, Faculty of Chemistry
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  • Mobile: (+84) 982 779 258
  • Email: dangk50hoa@gmail.com, dangdv@vnu.edu.vn

TRAINING PROCESS
Dr. Do Van Dang graduated from the undergraduate program at the Faculty of Chemistry, VNU University of Science in 2009, Dang became a lecturer at the Faculty of Chemistry, VNU University of Science in 2010. In 2012, after graduating MSc. program from VNU University of Science, he pursued his Ph.D. program in the Department of Applied Chemistry at Osaka Prefecture University, Japan and attained the Ph.D. degree in 2015. In 2015-2017, he continued his postdoctoral research there. He returned to the Faculty of Chemistry, VNU University of Science as a lecturer in 2017.

WORKING PROCESS AND POSITIONS
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RESEARCH DIRECTIONS AND PROJECTS
Do Van Dang research group focuses on the development of synthesizing and characterizing hybrid inorganic-organic mesoporous materials (Silica, PMOs, MOFs…) with high surface areas and pore volumes. The catalysts can be used in adsorption, gas separation, organic transformations, petrochemistry, and environmental treatment

PUBLICATIONS
  1. Yu Horiuchi, Takashi Toyao, Kenta Miyahara, Lionet Zakary, Dang Do Van, Yusuke Kamata, Tae-Ho Kim, Soo Wohn Leed and Masaya Matsuoka. Visible-light-driven photocatalytic water oxidation catalysed by iron-based metal–organic frameworks, Chem. Commun., 2016, 52, 5190-5193. 
  2. Dang Do Van, Takuya Hosokawa, Masakazu Saito, Yu Horiuchi, Masaya Matsuoka. A heterogeneous mesoporous silica-supported cyclopentadienyl ruthenium(II) complex catalyst for selective hydrosilylation of 1-hexyne at room temperature. Applied Catalysis A: General, 2015, 503(25), 203-208.
  3. Yu Horiuchi, Dang Do Van, Yusuke Yonezawa, Masakazu Saito, Satoru Dohshi,Tae-Ho Kim  and Masaya Matsuoka, Synthesis and bifunctional catalysis of metal nanoparticle-loaded periodic mesoporous organosilicas modified with amino groups, RSC Adv., 2015, 5, 72653-72658.

ACHIEVEMENTS, AWARDS
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