Joint Seminar between National University of Civil Engineering and Saitama University, Japan

On the 24 th September 2018, National University of Civil Engineering (NUCE) and Saitama University (SU), Japan collaborated to organize a seminar to exchange experiences on “Civil Engineering, Environmental Engineering and Sustainable Development”. 

Attending the seminar, representing SU, Japan, it is honored to welcome Prof. Hiroshi Mutsuyoshi – Former Vice-Rector of SU, Adviser of the seminar. Representing NUCE, it is honored to welcome Prof. Phan Quang Minh – Vice-Rector of NUCE. Besides, there are many experts, lecturers, and students from Japan and Vietnam.

Overview of the seminar

Delivering opening speech, Prof. Phan Quang Minh – Vice-Rector of NUCE stated that, NUCE and SU had cooperated in many projects and achieved great results. Prof. Phan Quang Minh believed that the seminar shall provide an academic environment for experts, researchers and students to exchange knowledge in their field of research, bring opportunities for cooperation and contribute to the sustainable development of society.

Prof. Phan Quang Minh – Vice-Rector of NUCE delivers his opening speech

In his speech at the seminar, Prof. Hiroshi Mutsuyoshi from SU, Japan – Adviser of the seminar stated that, since a cooperated document signed between NUCE and Saitama University, there are many activities conducted such as student exchange and workshops. Prof. Hiroshi Mutsuyoshi hoped that the seminar would contribute to further development of the cooperation between two universities.

Prof. Hiroshi Mutsuyoshi from SU, Japan – Adviser of the seminar gives speech

At the seminar, experts from NUCE and SU presented research, surveys in civil engineering, environmental engineering and sustainable development. The seminar was the perfect opportunity for experts and students to discuss and share experiences of their works and practices, as well as modern technology in civil engineering and environmental engineering; also, this will improve the cooperation in research and education between universities.