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Academic Seminar for Infrastructure Engineering
  • Thu Giang (photo: VJU)| | 12:45 - 6/12/2016

On 3rd December, Vietnam Japan University together with The University of Tokyo organized an Academic Seminar “Infrastructure Engineering”


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Prof.Nguyen Dinh Duc, Prof.Kato, JICA experts and VJU students at the seminar

The objective of the seminar is exchanging information on academic research results and actual works among researchers, students and engineers. Experts exchanged information on recent technologies, research achievements and directions, transportation policies and works on site. At the seminar, professors of Vietnam Japan University and The University of Tokyo, Tokyo Institute of Technology presented the key issues including Motorcycle Demand Management in Yagon, Myanmar; Introduction of the objectives and contents of training programs; Advanced materials and structures and some applications of new materials in Vietnamese infrastructure; Nonlinear stability analysis for FGM spherical shells; Warehouse location determination for humanitarian relief distribution in Nepal and Technology of Binh bridge repair work after collision.



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