Global scientific collaboration towards sustainable development goals (GSC)
The Global Scientific Collaboration towards Sustainable Development Goals (GSC) is a network of scientists around the world for interdisciplinary research and collaboration in the field of applications of laser-based diagnostics, spectroscopic and electronic techniques in environment, clean energy, advanced materials, and biophotonics studies. Our objective aims to build up an active and knowledgeable scientific community engaged in scientific and educational activities.
Besides the scientific collaboration towards sustainable development, this is a place for sharing ideas and knowledge on fundamental and applicable research with the final goal of making the Earth a better place for living things. We especially inspire and motivate each other and also support research and education activities in developing and underdeveloped countries in Southeast Asia.
Our community comprises today more than fifty scientists from Europe, US, Asia and Oceania. You are most welcome to contact us for any potential collaboration.
Up coming event
July 28th, 2023 at 13:00 CET
Knowledge-sharing seminar by Assoc. Prof. Tien Duc Pham from University of Science, Vietnam National University Hanoi. More information can be found at the link (here)
Pollutants and Detections
Congratulation to Assoc. Prof. Tho Nguyen, Univeristy of Georgia, USA for being granted 1.9 M $ from DOE Department of Energy, USA. The project is on The Electrical Hydrogen Sensor Technology with a Sub-Minute Response Time and a Part-Per-Billion Detection Limit for Hydrogen Environment Monitoring. You can contact him for potential collaboration firstname.lastname@example.org