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Beginning April 2020, the situation of disease caused by virus Covid-19 in the world becomes increasingly complicated. Vietnam is also experiencing a spread of Covid-19 virus infections, with currently more than 200 confirmed cases for a population of 97 million.
Like numerous other universities in Vietnam, HUMG currently partly closed and we are working at distance. Lectures and meetings are carried out by switching to virtual teaching, distance and home learning, home working via digital channels.
The university has set up a crisis team that constantly monitors the current developments surrounding the Coronavirus and is in permanent contact and coordination with the national and regional health authorities. In line with this coordination, we have adopted all recommendations made by the Vietnamese government to provide adequate precautionary measures. All HUMG students and staff have been instructed by e-mail to follow the national guidelines and informed on the hygiene measures to adopt.
On March 20th, 2020, the university cooperated with Phuong Dong Hospital to organize a livestream program with practical content attached to the situation of the Covid 19 epidemic affecting the global life in general and the learning of HUMG students in particular. Doctor Pham Ngoc Minh from Emergency Department of Phuong Dong Hospital has instructed HUMG students how to prevent Covid 19 infection and protect their health. Vivid and visual descriptions through short clips energetically and humorously made it easier for students to grasp the problem. Also at the livestream, Prof. Dr. Tran Thanh Hai - Rector of HUMG and representative of Training Department provided information about students' learning during the epidemic season and answer questions about online working, teaching and learning process of HUMG staff and students.
Concerning the university's international affairs, a few members of the international cooperation team are on duty working from home. Following announcement of the university, almost of international students of HUMG still stay in their country since the Lunar New Year holiday. A few of foreign students including exchange students staying in the dormitory are informed about the current situation. We keep them updated as more information comes in and make every effort to ensure that students are not disadvantaged by the current situation. International students can contact the HUMG International Office at any time should they need help or support, via email and telephone. HUMG is trying to keep necessary academic and administrative activities are continuing as usual.
On January 6, 2020, at the Faculty of Geomatics and Land Administration, the Dean had a meeting with Professor Oh Jae Hong of Korea Maritime University. Attending the meeting were Dr. Tran Thuy Duong - Dean, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Bui Ngoc Quy, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Nguyen Van Sang - Vice Dean and other teachers in the department. At the meeting, Professor Oh Jae Hong introduced about Korea Maritime University in general and the Department of Engineering in particular as well as the opportunities to study here for Geodetic and Cadet students.
Assoc.Prof. PhD Tran Xuan Truong - President of Ha Noi University of Mining and Geology Council, Representative alumni of Photogrametry, Course 38
Author: A/Pro.PhD Nguyen Truong Xuan, Science and Technics Publishing House, 2014
Author: A/ Prof. PhD Nguyen Truong Xuan, Publishing house of Science Nature and Tecnology, 2012
Authors: Prof.PhD Truong Anh Kiet, A/Prof.PhD Pham Vong Thanh - Transport Publishing house, 2009
The 30th International Cartographic Conference (ICC 2021) will take place in Florence, Italy, 19–23 July 2021.
The 30th International Cartographic Conference will take place in Florence, Italy, 19–23 July 2021
22-26 April 2019 Hanoi, Vietnam
The FIG Asia Pacific Capcity Development Network (AP CDN) were invited by the President of the United Nations Global Geospatial Information Management for Asia and the Pacific (UN GGIM AP), to participate in its 8th Plenary Meeting held in Canberra – Australia on 3-5 November 2019. This Plenary Meeting was the first meeting convened under the Presidency of Australia, and was organised by the agency Geoscience Australia and also the secretariat, United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (UN ESCAP), who are presently based in Bangkok, Thailand.
Parrot, the leading European drone group, announced it is partnering with RIIS, a leading provider of mobile app, web development and IT consulting services, to develop custom applications of artificial intelligence for Parrot's popular ANAFI drone platform. Parrot and RIIS are focused on exploring the use of artificial intelligence and computer vision technology, combined with drone data capture, to solve countless industry challenges using an efficient and cost-effective approach.