Post and Telecommunications Institute of Technology (PTIT) and Gunma University, Japan cooperate to exchange lecturers, researchers, students and postgraduate students to teach and study in the two countries.
A Memorandum of Understanding on cooperation in training between Posts and Telecommunications Institute of Technology and Gunma University, Japan has just been signed.
The cooperation between the two training institutions aims to create opportunities for students of each school to gain international experience by completing part of a study program at a foreign university, thereby contributing to the promotion of mutual understanding between Vietnam and Japan.
Accordingly, Posts and Telecommunications Institute of Technology and Gunma University have agreed to cooperate in exchanging lecturers, researchers, students and postgraduate students to teach and study in Japan and Vietnam.
The two sides also intend to establish joint research groups and organize academic seminars between training faculties and research groups; at the same time exchange information, publications and research and teaching materials of the two universities.
Sharing at the signing ceremony of the MOU with Gunma University, Associate Professor, Dr. Tran Quang Anh, Deputy Director of PTIT highly appreciated the potential of cooperation in training between the two universities and believes that this cooperation agreement will lay the first foundation for a close and effective cooperation between the two units.
As a research and training organization in the field of ICT, PTIT always wishes to strengthen cooperation with major universities such as Gunma so that PTIT's lecturers and students have the opportunity to be exchanged and learn experiences from leading Japanese professors. The signing of this memorandum of cooperation is also in line with the PTIT's orientation to develop the international partner network in the coming period.
Professor Kou Yamada, in charge of international cooperation at Gunma University, said that he is ready to spend 8 Japanese Government scholarships in the fields of IoT, AI, Electrical-Electronics, and IT for PTIT’s undergraduate and postgraduate students to study at Gunma University, Japan.
Also at the event, Professor Kou Yamada presented a path-finding robot to the students of the Electronics Department of PTIT. A product created by Professor Kou Yamada’s research team, the path-finding robot is designed to be used in emergencies, entering areas that cannot be accessed by humans to carry out rescues and transport goods. Robots are capable of carrying people and moving.