Under the coordination of the Foundation for Hungarian-Vietnamese relations, in the morning of November 11, 2014, the ceremony of donating the Beta-Gamma Integrated Spectrometer sponsored by Gamma (Hungary) was held for Hanoi University of Science and Technology. Ms. Phan Bich Thien - Chairman of the Foundation and Mr. Zsitnyanyi Attila - General Director of Gamma directly introduced and donated the equipment.

At the ceremony, on behalf of the Ministry of Education and Training, Deputy Minister Pham Manh Hung thanked Gamma for its practical and effective contributions to the research and training scientific research in the field of atomic energy research in Vietnam in general and Hanoi University of Science and Technology in particular.

Hungary is a developed nuclear industry with many years of experience in building and safely operating nuclear power plants, with the nuclear training center and the reactor as a visual tool as well as modern nuclear workforce training facility.

Since 2012, Hungary has helped Vietnam to train and improve knowledge and practical skills for nearly 200 lecturers of 6 higher education institutions.
Gamma equipment awarded to Hanoi University of Science and Technology is a modern gamma radiation energy measurement system used in many countries around the world.

Thanks to this device, Hanoi University of Science and Technology will have more conditions for students of nuclear engineering to further integrate theoretical learning with practice, while assisting researchers in measuring accurate nuclear elements, contributing to improving the quality of training and scientific research in the field of atomic energy is still quite young in Vietnam today.

On behalf of Hanoi University of Science and Technology, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Pham Hoang Luong, Vice Rector believed, this event will start the practical and effective cooperation in education and science and technology exchange between school and company Gamma in the future.

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