The Young Female Lecturer of UTC To Win Prize In Korea

The seminar “Young Woman Scientist Workshop Camp & Smart Sister 2016" took place from October 22nd to 23rd 2016 at Deajeon, South Korea. This is an annual program by The Association of Korean Scientists and Engineers Woman (KWSE). This activity is a part of woman engineers and scientists network of Asia and the Pacific region (Asia & Pacific Nation Network - APNN). This seminar is a good opportunity for those outstanding young woman scientists and engineers to meet, connect and exchange knowledge. This program has attracted 150 women scientists and engineers from 24 different member countries of APNN to participate.

Seminar participants

 

University of Transport and Communications was so honored to send one of the two representatives of Vietnam, the young female lecturer of Descriptive Geometry – Technical Drawing Section, MSc Nguyen Thi Quynh Nhu to attend this conference, who also has been awarded The Best Poster Award. Her performance deserved to be the representative of UTC’s female scientists in particular and representative for Vietnam women in general to international friends.

MSc. Nguyen Thi Quynh Nhu in the Award Ceremony

To prepare for this event, the authors included MSc. Nguyen Thi Quynh Nhu and MSc. Ta Thi Hue - Faculty of Basic Sciences, UTC Campus in Ho Chi Minh has presented the results of research by poster on the study of the mechanical - physical properties of steel slag and the ability to utilize alternative rubble as aggregate for asphalt concrete in the construction of motor roads in order to overcome the shortage of building materials, minimize physical waste to protect the environment. Poster titled “Steel Slag as Coarse Aggregate in Asphalt Mixture” was awarded the most outstanding presentation.

The study is presented as posters at the conference

 

In addition, the Culture Exhibition, which is a typical activity of the seminar, took place along with the conference. Representatives from each country had to decorate a booth about the culture and traditions of their country. Vietnam's booth was decorated with maps, photos, logos about drums, the One Pillar Pagoda, Khue Van Cac, conical hat “non la” ... through which the international friends would have more interesting information about Vietnam - the beautiful, friendly and hospitable country. 

Vietnamese traditional culture booth

This event is such a rewarding activity for those scientists who participated in the program, in which they can connect, exchange ideas, experiences and share the difficulties in doing scientific work. The seminar has fostered the spirit of the female engineers and scientists and made them more and more dedicated for the long-term research career.

International Cooperation Department