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2020 Publications in International Journals
1. Y.L. Sun, …, L.X. Chung, B.D. Linh, et al., “Restoration of the natural E(1/2+1 ) - E(3/2+1 ) energy splitting in odd-K isotopes towards N = 40”, Physics Letters B 802, 135215 (2020). (ISI)

2. C. Lizarazo, …, L.X. Chung, B.D. Linh, et al., “Metastable States of 92,94Se: Identification of an Oblate K Isomer of 94Se and the GroundState Shape Transition between N = 58 and 60”, Physical Review Letters 124, 222501 (2020). (ISI)

3. A. Frotscher, …, L.X. Chung, B.D. Linh, et al., “Sequential Nature of (p,3p)Two-Proton Knockout from Neutron-Rich Nuclei”, Physical Review Letters 125, 012501 (2020). (ISI)
Development of a neutron detector for the ambient dose equivalent measurement
In recent years, Vietnam has experienced an increase in the use of radioactive sources, especially the applications of neutrons in industry, medicine and thus radiation protection monitoring has been of wide interest. Besides the main sources of neutrons detected in sealed radio-isotopic sources, nuclear reactors and neutron generators, neutrons are also encountered in high energy particle accelerator systems. The radiation field outside the shielding of accelerators is frequently dominated by the neutron component, which has complex and non-uniform energy distributions. Exposure to free neutrons can be hazardous since the interaction of neutrons with molecules in the human body can lead to chromosome damage and adversely affect human health.
Workshop on establishing IAEA-VINATOM Collaborating Center for Environmental Studies in Vietnam
Within the framework of the cooperation program between the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and Vietnam Atomic Energy Institute (VINATOM), a workshop on establishing IAEA-VINATOM Collaborating Center for Environmental Studies in Vietnam took place in July 2018 in Hanoi, Vietnam. The workshop focused on guidance for the Collaborating Center construction in the field of nuclear and isotope technology applications in environmental and climate change-related research.
PHITS Tutorial at the INST
Particle and Heavy Iron Transport code System (PHITS), a general purpose Monte Carlo particle transport simulation code, has been developed mainly under the collaboration of Japan Atomic Energy Agency (JAEA), Research Organization for Information Science and Technology (RIST), High Energy Accelerator Research Organization (KEK) and several other research institutes in Japan and Europe