Hungary presents Vietnam a nuclear researching equipment
08:41 | 13/11/2014
The Present Ceremony a Beta – Gamma integral spectroscopy system from Gamma-Hungary firm to Hanoi University of Science and Technology.
Speaking at the Present Ceremony, Deputy Minister of Education and Training – Dr. Pham Manh Hung said “This event marks more a new development step in implementing the Agreement between Vietnamese and Hungarian Governments on cooperation in training and researching the energy field, especially the nuclear energy field for peaceful purposes”.
This is the most modern Gamma-Beta spectrum energy radiation measuring system in the world including raphite slats, computers and detecting heads. The equipment will be used for the basic researching and training in nuclear field and contribute a part for Vietnam to master the nuclear technology in future.
Mr. Zsitnyanyi Attila -General Director of Gamma firm is introducing the Beta – Gamma integral spectroscopy system.
With receiving the nuclear equipment from Gamma firm, Hanoi University of Science and Technology will have more conditions for teachers and students of nuclear engineering speciality to combine moreover theory with practice and at the same time support researchers to measure exact nuclear parameters and participate in promoting training and studying science in nuclear energy field in Vietnam.
Since 2012 up to now, Hungary has helped to train and foster to improve knowledge, practical skills for nearly 200 lecturers from six educational institutions responsible for training human resource for the nuclear power plants in Vietnam in future.