As laboratory upgrade is an important work package in the enhancement of research-based education in physics and chemistry, QNU has been working hard to get the equipment purchased and installed. The equipment has been installed in the chemistry and physics laboratories of the Faculty of Natural Sciences.

The first delivery was organized on 28th May 2020 with 4 types of equipment with a total of 7 equipment items as described below, the second one on 24th June with the computer servers and the third one on 29th June with 4 other types of equipment. The training sessions for operating equipment have been organised right after each delivery, and all the equipment has been tested by QNU staff members to make sure it works properly. Below are some pictures taken during the installations and training sessions.


Assoc. Dr. Nguyen Minh Vuong receiving the UNIVERSAL OVEN UN55 in an intact condition from the providerThe service technician guiding QNU staff members for usage of the oven

MSc. Nguyen Van Nghia testing three (03) reference electrodes (PEI HI5313)

MSc. Nguyen Van Nghia testing magnetic stirrer with heating. The equipment running properly

Optical Microscope Meiji ML2300 (with Camera)

MSc. Nguyen Van Nghia testing Optical Microscope Meiji ML2300 (with Camera). The equipment running properly

The service technician installing the Potentiostat/Galvanostat

The service technician training the staff in using the Potentiostat/Galvanostat

Dr. Le Thi Ngoc Loan practicing to use the equipment

MSc. Le Thi Thanh Lieu checking the equipment

Assoc. Dr. Vu Thi Ngan receiving the computing servers in box from the representative of the provider 

The 04 high-performance computing servers in the rack


Assoc. Dr. Nguyen Tien Trung checking the details of the computing facilities with the service technician