08:30 - 02/11/2017

In the morning of October 12th, 2017, Thai Nguyen University of Technology (TNUT) had a meeting with the delegation of Saitama and Nagoya University (Japan). The meeting was directed by Assoc. Prof. Dr. Vu Ngoc Pi - TNUT’s Vice Rector, Assoc. Prof. Dr Pham Thanh Long - Head of Office of International Affairs, Nguyen Tien Hung, PhD – Deputy Dean of Faculty of International Training and Nguyen Thi Thanh Ha, PhD - Deputy Head of Office of International Affairs. Representatives from Saitama and Nagoya University were Assoc. Prof. Dr Kazuhiko Sekiguchi and collegues including Saitama and Nagoya University’s  lectures and students. 

The purpose of the Saitama and Nagoya University’s visit was to install PM2.5 laser dust sensor at TNUT. PM2.5 laser dust sensor is a digital universal particle concentration sensor, it can be used to obtain the number of suspended particulate matter in a unit volume of air within 0.3 to 10 microns, namely the concentration of particulate matter, and output with digital interface, also can output quality data of per particle. The Air Quality sensors can be embedded in a variety of concentrations of environment-related instruments suspended particulate matter in the air, to provide timely and accurate concentration data. This contribution of two Japanese universities to TNUT gives lectures and stusents of faculty of  Civil and Environmental Engineering more chances to do research and conduct experimental practice. 

During the meeting, TNUT, Saitama and Nagoya University also discussed about the potential collaboration in echange lectures, staffs and students. The visit of Saitama and Nagoya University affirmed the great potential of promoting academic and education cooperation and exchange among the institutions.

Some photos of the visit