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The 2013 Mobile Application Renovation Contest

The 22nd Informatics Olympiad for Vietnamese students and the 38th ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest (ACM/ICPC) were held at DTU on November 28th. MOET, DTU and the Vietnam Huawei Technology Company launched the “Mobile Application Renovation 2013” contest. Attendees included Mr. Tran Ba Viet Dung, Director-General of the International Cooperation Department, (MOET), Mr. Nguyen Vu Quoc Hung, Vice-Director of Bureau of Information Technology (MOET), Mr. Nguyen Long, Vice-President and General Secretary of the Vietnam Informatics Association, Mr. Yuan Song, Director-General of the Vietnam Huawei Technology Company, Mr. Le Hong Truong, Sales Director of the VNG Company and Distinguished Teacher, Le Cong Co, DTU President and Provost, together with a large number of contestants. 
 
 
Associate Professor Nguyen Ngoc Minh delivers a speech
 
Associate Professor Nguyen Ngoc Minh said: “Creativity plays a vital role in evaluating the power of a country or an agency. Where there is creativity, there is success and it is Information Technology that drives creativity and success. This is why, since the early days of its inception, DTU has decided that IT is the key to the academic advancement of training and research. The 2013 Mobile Application Renovation Contest is an opportunity for students to be creative in IT. All students participating in this contest are outstanding, so I want you all to have great success.
 
 
Mr. Yuan Song (center) with students

At the event, Mr. Tran Ba Viet Dung, gave his warm thanks to DTU for their hard work in organizing and hosting the competition. “We are living in the age of the knowledge and technology economy. Using hi-tech products, including mobile phones, helps us keep in touch with the rest of the world. The current trend in IT is to develop mobile application software. DTU, as well as many other universities nationwide, has increased the enrollment of ÍT students dramatically. By participating in this contest, students will have opportunity to develop their creativity and accelerate IT development.”, said Tran Ba Viet Dung.

The 2013 Mobile Application Renovation Contest, sponsored by the Vietnam Huawei Technology Company, is organized for the benefit of informatics students nationwide. The qualifying round takes place from November 28th 2013 to March 31st 2014 and the final round lasts from April 1st to April 30th 2014. After the contest, the most talented students will have opportunity to participate in advanced technology training courses and receive job offers from the Vietnam Huawei Technology Company.  


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