Participation of Faculty of Civil Engineering to the Starter Conference of CAMaRSEC project in Ha Noi
“Climate-Adapted Material Research for the Socio-Economic Context of Vietnam” (CAMaRSEC) is a research collaboration project between the Universities/Research Institutions from Germany and Vietnam. The partners of the project include University of Stuttgart (Germany), Fraunhofer Institute (Stuttgart, Germany), University of Harmburg(Germany), Saxony School of Civil Engineering (Leipzig, Germany), TAURUS company (Weimar, Germany),National University of Civil Engineering (Hanoi, Vietnam), Vietnam Institute of Building Materials (Hanoi, Vietnam), Ton Duc Thang University (Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam) and Colleague of Urban Works Construction (Hanoi, Vietnam). The project duration is three years, from 1st July 2019 to 30th June 2022.The aim of this project is to implement and develop an energy-efficient , resource-efficient and generally sustainable building practices in the Vietnamese construction industry through the development of research activities, training, education and the transfer of knowledge to the practices. The Stater Conference has been organised at National University of Civil Engineering (Hanoi, Vietnam) on 10th October 2019.During the Stater Conference, a discussion panel was opened with the topic: “How can we overcome existing barriers of implementation in energy-efficient and sustainable building in Vietnam?” The lecturers of Faculty of Civil Engineering of Ton Duc Thang University (TDTU) who participate to this project are Dr. Ngo Le Minh (Coordinator), Assoc. Prof. Bui Quoc Bao, MSc. Le Tan Hanh and MSc. Nguyen Hai Binh.The research team from TDTU will perform the audits on occupied buildings and the experimental measurements in 50 apartments in HCMC.
Kick-off conference CAMaRSEC project on October 10th 2019
Sign cooperation agreements between the project parties
The first working session of the project took place on October 10, 2019