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FACULTY OF AQUACULTURE TECHNOLOGY

Background:

The mission of the faculty is to offer education, research, and technology transfer in seed production and culture of freshwater fish species. 

Staff:

The faculty has 9 lecturers, 7 researchers, and 1 administrative assistant, holding different titles and degrees including 8 Ph.D. with 1 professor, 5 Associate professors, 8 masters (3 Ph.D. students), and 1 engineer (currently studying for a master's degree).

Education:

The faculty offers specialized courses on biology, nutrition, seed production, culture techniques, genetic breeding, and culture models of freshwater fish and shrimps for bachelor, master, and Ph.D. students.

Research:

Research focuses on the following areas:

  • Artificial reproduction of indigenous freshwater fish species with successful protocols for striped catfish, basa catfish, climbing perch, snakeskin gourami, giant snakehead, snakehead, marble goby, wallago, tire track eel, swamp eel, and some other ornamental fish...
  • Applications of advanced technologies to enhance productivity and efficiency of culture models.
  • Nutrition requirements and feed development of important aquaculture species.
  • Genetic diversity and genetic improvement for important aquaculture species.

Training and technology transfer:

The faculty regularly organizes short training courses for local and international participants such as:

  • Integrated farming systems such as VAC, rice-fish, and giant prawn–rice.
  • Intensive pond culture systems (catfish, climbing perch, snakehead) and in cage (catfish, marble goby, tilapia, barbs)
  • Freshwater fish seed production such as striped catfish, bighead catfish, snakehead, climbing perch, feather knife fish, snakeskin gourami, swamp eel…
  • Applications of advanced technologies in culture models for sustainability and climate change adaptation.
  • Building feed formula and feed production for important aquatic species.
  • Quality control of fish/ shrimp broodstock.

Facilities:

Nutrition and feed laboratory, genetic laboratory; freshwater hatchery, and Center for advanced aquaculture research and application. These modern facilities serve for practice, research and teaching for staff members and students.
 
Contact address:

Assoc. Prof. Pham Thanh Liem

Faculty of Aquaculture Technology

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List of staff members:

L = Lecturer, R = Researcher, AA = Administrative Assistant

No

Name

Title

Role

Email

Fields of Interest / Specialization

1

Pham Thanh Liem (Head)

Assoc. Prof.

L

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Fish biology; Fish genetics

2

Duong Thuy Yen (Vice-Head)

Assoc. Prof.

L

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Population genetics; Fish genetics

3

Nguyen Van Trieu (Vice-Head)

Dr.

L

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Freshwater fish seed production

4

Tran Thi Thanh Hien

Prof.

L

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Aquatics nutrition and feeding

5

Duong Nhut Long

Assoc. Prof.

L

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Freshwater aquaculture systems

6

Lam My Lan

Assoc. Prof.

L

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Freshwater aquaculture systems

7

Bui Minh Tam

Assoc. Prof.

L

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Fish genetics; Freshwater fish seed production and Aquarium

8

Tran Le Cam Tu

Dr.

L

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Aquatics nutrition and feeding

9

Dao Minh Hai

Dr.

L

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Fish genetics; Freshwater aquaculture systems

10

Nguyen Thanh Hieu

MSc.

R

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Freshwater fish seed production

11

Nguyen Thi Ngoc Tran

MSc.

R

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Fish genetics

12

Nguyen Hong Quyet Thang

MSc.

R

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Freshwater fish seed production

13

Nguyen Hoang Thanh

MSc.

R

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Freshwater fish seed production

14

Vo Hoang Liem Duc Tam

MSc.

R

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Freshwater aquaculture systems

15

Pham Thi Cam Lai

MSc.

AA

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Freshwater aquaculture systems

16

Dao Thi Ngoc Linh

BSc.

R

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Aquatics nutrition and feeding

 ASEAN Fisheries Education Network - ASEAN-FEN

In order to strengthen and promote collaboration in education, research, information exchange as well as staff and student exchange in aquaculture and fisheries among ASEAN countries and with other international institutions and organizations for sustainable development of aquaculture and fisheries in the region, nine Universities including Can Tho University (Vietnam), Kasetsart University (Thailand), Nong Lam University (Viet Nam), Prince of Songkla University (Thailand), Rajamangala University of Technology Srivijaya (Thailand), Universitas Airlangga (Indonesia), Universitas Brawijaya (Indonesia), Universiti Malaysia Terengganu (Malaysia), Universiti Sains Malaysia (Malaysia) has jointly established and made the Declaration of the  ASEAN Fisheries Education Network (ASEAN-FEN) on 30 October 2014 during the International Fisheries Symposium – IFS2014, Surabaya, Indonesia. Please visit the website (https://aseanfen.org.my/) for further information about the ASEAN-FEN. As a result, IFS will be one of the important activities of the ASEAN-FEN which will be co-organized by the nine core universities every year.

 

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