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Ten significant DTU Achievements in 2021

2021 was a year of turmoil, with the global Covid-19 breakout severely impacting us all. Schools were closed and everyone was locked down repeatedly. However, in the face of adversity, people always try to overcome difficulties to get back to normal. In particular, DTU lecturers and students have strived to overcome these problems and achieved some success in 2021, in both teaching and research, including the following:  
DTU listed in the top 500 universities internationally, according to THE 2022
Five Vietnamese institutions have broken into the Times Higher Education (THE) 2022 World University rankings. Two private Vietnamese universities, DTU and Ton Duc Thang University, are ranked in the 400- 500 group; Vietnam National University in Hanoi was placed in the 1.001-1.200 group; Vietnam National University in HCMC together with the Hanoi University of Science and Technology (HUST) coming in at 1,201+range. 
Together with the QS and Shanghai ranking systems, Times Higher Education is one of the most widely respected listings worldwide. Many Vietnamese universities are steadily moving up the rankings.
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Vietnamese Universities listed in the 2022 Times Higher Education rankings
DTU Software Technology/Engineering gains ABET Accreditation
On August 24th 2021, based on an online evaluation in December 2020, the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET) certified the DTU Software Technology/Engineering programs with its highest ABET accreditation until 2026. Currently, DTU offers four ABET-accredited programs, in Network Engineering, Management Information Systems, Electrical Engineering and Software Technology/ Engineering. In comparison, the HCMC University of Technology has two, Vietnam National University in HCMC has two and Cao Thang Technical College two also.
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DTU Software Technology/Engineering to be accredited by ABET
DTU and Hue University sign a Comprehensive Collaboration Agreement
DTU and Hue University signed a comprehensive agreement to collaborate on: (1) Lecturer exchanges and the overseeing of PhD and Master’s theses; (2) Refining lecturer qualifications, professionalism and foreign-language abilities; (3) Science & technology projects with interschool research groups contributing to education improvement locally and nationally, and (4) Organizing innovative startup events and developing a standardized startup ecosystem. This partnership will contribute to the formulation of a joint educational development strategy, to improve academic standing and graduate professional resources to boost the socioeconomic development of Central Vietnam and elsewhere.
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The agreement signing
2021 DTU Valedictorian with 29.75/30 points
Recently, DTU has been receiving an increasing number of applications from top-scoring High School Graduation Exam (HSGE) students. These include Ly Thi Men from the Dak Lak highlands, with the highest score of 29.75, who enrolled in the DTU Talent Program in Business Law. Others included Nguyen Duc Duy with 28.05, studying Multi-Media; Hua Thi Thanh Huong with 27.8 points, enrolled in the DTU Talent Program in Financial Management; and Luong Vu Anh Nga, with 27.65, studying CMU Network Security. 
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High-scoring students
The 5th Annual P2A Conference  
The 5th Annual P2A General Meeting was held virtually on December 15, 2021 and attended by the P2A Board of Directorate, the P2A Secretariat and representatives from ASEAN member institutions. The Covid-19 pandemic has had a long-lasting effect on education in ASEAN and, as a member of the P2A Executive Committee, DTU has made great efforts to establish Virtual Mobility P2A programs to maintain educational continuity in Central Vietnam. 
Over the past ten years, 120 universities and colleges in the region have become P2A members and have already made significant progress in training and research accomplishments, where Southeast Asia students can now meet, exchange ideas and share each others’ cultures. This year, P2A welcomed six new members:  Atmajaya Jakarta Catholic University, Petra Christian University and Univesitas Atma Jaya Yogyakarta from Indonesia, and Northwestern University, Dalubhasaan Ng Lunsod Ng San Pablo and Saint Mary's University from the Philippines. 
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120 ASEAN universities attend the meeting
DTU Ranked in the Top Five Vietnamese Universities in 2022 by U.S. News & World Reports
The US News & World Reports magazine has just announced the 2022 Global Universities rankings. Of the 1,750 institutions listed, five Vietnamese universities were included this year, namely: Ton Duc Thang University, ranked 387; Duy Tan University, 577; Vietnam National University in Hanoi, 938; Vietnam National University in HCMC, 1,187; and the Hanoi University of Science & Technology, 1,449. Ton Duc Thang University rose from 623 to 387; Vietnam National University in HCMC, from 1,271 to 1,187; and Vietnam National University in Hanoi, from 949 to 938. However, the Hanoi University of Science & Technology dropped from 1,356 to 1,449 and Duy Tan University entered at 577, ranked 355 in Engineering and 570 in Materials Science. 
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The Best Vietnamese Universities in 2022
An Answer to the Einstein–Bohr debates, from DTU Research
The paper published in Physica Scripta (endorsed by the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences and published by IOP Publishing), volume 96 (2021), p. 125101 on August 12, 2021, is a very noteworthy piece of scientific research. It was written by Dr. Vo Van Thuan, who is a scientist at the DTU Institute of Theoretical & Applied Research (ITAR), and entitled: “A possible solution to the which-way problem by way of an asymmetric double slit experiment with mono-chromatical photons.”  Dr. Thuan chose to use an asymmetric double slit and observed the interference pattern from further away. He was able to observe two superimposed interference patterns of different lengths in the center, with coincident fringes. His paper attracted the attention of many scientists around the world, because research on this topic has a direct relation to the famous unresolved debates between the scientists Albert Einstein and Niels Bohr, representing two completely contradictory viewpoints on physical reality in quantum mechanics, which have discussed over the past ninety years.
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Dr. Vo Van Thuan at the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) headquarters
DTU students take End-of-Course exams and defend their graduation projects online during the Covid-19 shutdown 
DTU has fully implemented online education and now holds remote Thesis/Graduation Project Defense committees, to ensure safe and timely graduation during the pandemic. Twenty thousand students sat for the end-of-course exams online and DTU upgraded server bandwidth and connectivity to the maximum to ensure the completion of four online exams a day for each student. All questions were approved by the Heads of Departments and the School Testing Center, over the myDTU web, then posted onto the DTU e-Learning system for assessment. DTU has already spent 30 billion VND on online equipment, a yearly subscription to Zoom and other real-time education and simulation software. 
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DTU students take the end-of-course exams and defend their graduation projects online
DTU named National Champion of the 2021 Vietnam Social Innovation Challenge 
The DTU “Online Medicine Ecosystem” team outperformed 100 other nationwide projects to become 2021 Vietnam Social Innovation Challenge (VSIC) Champions.Contributions were received from 300 medical doctors working jointly with medical students. The DTU “Online Medicine Ecosystem” project is based on the integration of education, medicine, technology and volunteer work, using apps, the web, Facebook, YouTube, Zoom and Meet. A mobile phone app, which is the foundation of the system and delivers1,200 online lessons, multiple-choice tests, webinars, CME syntheses and medical simulations. The ykhoa.org website, which contains 3,600 medical articles submitted by the group members themselves, their partners or by the community. 
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The DTU Medical Volunteer team win the Championship
DTU Lecturers and Students volunteer to join the Covid-19 frontline  
The entire nation has been severely affected by the pandemic for over a year. Many DTU Nursing students volunteered to assist at health checkpoints in Hue, Quang Nam and Danang, to help travelers complete the necessary medical declarations. DTU staff and lecturers are also available to assist and Dr. Pham Thi Anh Hong, who lecturers on Disaster and Preclinical Medicine in the Faculty of Medicine, has implemented the “24/7 Free Emergency Aid” program, in collaboration with some local health centers, to support patients in their homes, take them to hospital or transfer them somewhere else, depending on the severity, at no cost.
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DTU students volunteer to join the Covid-19 frontline (above) with Dr. Anh Hong (blue shirt, in center)
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