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DTU Students Awarded as Best Presenters at Innovation for Networked Security Policy 2022

At the final round of the contest Innovation for Networked Security Policy (IFNSC) 2022 on the topic “Livelihood Security During and After Covid-19”, which took place in the morning of July 16, the organizers honored the DTU selection The White Knight with an award for best presenters.
IFNSC 2022 is organized by the University of Social Sciences & Humanities (of the National University in Hanoi) with the financial support of Konrad–Adenauer–Stiftung Vietnam. Inspired by the multifaceted changes in life after the Covid-19 pandemic, and especially the economic crisis, heavy impacts on people’s physical and psychological health, impoverishment, and increasing societal division, the IFNSC 2022 contest was launched to find solutions to issues related to the Vietnamese people’s livelihoods and especially after the Covid-19 pandemic. The contest was aimed at university students nationwide. 
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The DTU team The White Nights giving a presentation at the contest
The IFNSP 2022 final round was a confrontation between the eight most outstanding teams with carefully prepared projects and their 24 members from the University of Economics Ho Chi Minh City, Can Tho University, the University of Foreign Languages (of Hue University), DTU, etc. Although they differed in objective, scope, and research methodology, all projects had one overarching ideal: livelihood security during and after Covid-19.
“The Covid-19 pandemic not only caused a global economic crisis, it also caused widespread interruptions in education,” Phan Le Ngoc Duy of class K24NAD3, DTU Faculty of English Language, explains. “The lack of technology equipment and internet connections is a huge challenge for many education institutions in Vietnam. We hope that our project ‘Knowledge Station’ will allow young people in poor and disadvantaged families to own modern technology to use in online studies and to access many other utilities.” 
Sinh viên Duy Tân giành gi?i Thuy?t trình Xu?t s?c nh?t t?i IFNSP 2022 - Innovation For Networked Security Policy
The organizers gave an award for best presenters
With their “Knowledge Station” project, the members of the DTU team The White Knights plan to provide and integrate technology into electronic devices to improve technology skills and reduce the education gap between rich and poor people, especially for Vietnamese students from low-income families.
“During the days of my participation in the project, the other members of DTU’s The White Knights and me could investigate and access a lot of incredibly novel and interesting specialized knowledge,” Trinh Thi Khanh Huyen of class K23YDK1, DTU Faculty of Medicine, explains. “We went from the seemingly simple, like finding documentation and adding references, to bigger issues, like creating a project, choosing the scope, and finding appropriate funding sources. It’s only when we started real work on the project that we discovered that understanding theory and putting it to use is far from easy. For me, this was a wonderful experience; I could make new friends, access many sources of practical information, and learn a lot of useful specialized knowledge.”
(Media Center)