USTH praises Physics, Mathematics, Chemistry Olympic Teams

Thursday - 03/05/2018 06:03

The University of Science and Technology of Hanoi – USTH (also called Vietnam France University) on May 3rd, 2018 held a meeting to commemorate the teams participating in the recent National Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry Olympiads.

USTH Rector Board and Olympic teams

Attending the ceremony were Prof. Patrick Boiron - Rector of USTH, Assoc.Prof. Dinh Thi Mai Thanh and Assoc. Prof. Ngo Duc Thanh - Vice Rectors of USTH, lecturers and students of the Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry teams.

During the contests, the USTH teams competed well and won the high prizes. In particular, the USTH Physics team finished second in the National Physics Olympiad. Meanwhile, despite being the first time participating the contests, the Chemistry team won one First Prize and four Second Prizes and the Mathematics team grabbed one gold medal, two silver medals and one bronze medal.

Prof. Patrick Boiron spoke at the ceremony

Speaking at the ceremony, Prof. Patrick Boiron, Rector of USTH congratulated the teams as well as the efforts of supervisors. He said that the accomplishments that students achieve are a precondition for reaching their destination further and contribute to asserting the status of the USTH as one of the most prestigious universities in the field of sciences and technology in Vietnam.

Prof. Patrick Boiron also hoped students will continue to promote the spirit of USTH, be consistent with the dream of science and technology and gain more success in the future.

Rector Board with the Mathematics Olympic Team

During the events, students and lecturers exchanged opinions about the difficulties and lessons learned for the following exams. It is suggested that more time for revision and practical exercises should be invested. In addition, the selection of the team should be more competitive in order to select more talents as well as achieve higher results.

Rector Board with the Chemistry Olympic Team

Fundamental sciences such as Physics, Mathematics and Chemistry are among key directions of USTH. In February 2018, USTH established the Department of Fundamental and Applied Sciences with participation of experts and outstanding scientists in the three fields of Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. The Department will offer three undergraduate programs: Engineering Physics and electronics; Chemistry; and Applied Mathematics with aims to train excellent scientific and technical human resources who are able to compete equally in the region and in the world.

Rector Board with the Physics Olympic Team

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