The event highlighted the successes in research and education between the University and its partners across Vietnam. A wide range of faculties and schools presented their research to attendees including Medicine and Health, Science, Health Science, Arts and Social Sciences and the University of Sydney Business School.
Vietnam has been an active research and education partner of the University of Sydney as evidenced by the breadth of activities demonstrated by the presenters.
The event was led by Professor Duncan Ivison, Deputy Vice Chancellor Research of the University of Sydney and attended by prominent partners in Vietnam including
The program was filled with research presentations and discussions from a variety of Sydney and Vietnamese researchers. The research topics below are just a few that were presented among many other interesting research that are emerging from the University:
Breakout sessions were hosted by top University of Sydney and Vietnamese academics which focused discussions on publishing in international journals, writing competitive research grants and effective research supervision and career development. The Sydney Vietnam Academic Leadership Group announced a series of research grants supported by the Sydney Southeast Asia Centre for new research projects between the University of Sydney and its partners in Vietnam aiming to help build and develop new and existing collaborations.