Working with Dr Ly Mai, University of New South Wales
Monday afternoon, August 12, 2019, Dr Ly Mai, School of Photovoltaic and Renewable Energy Engineering, University of New South Wales, Australia (UNSW) had a working session with the Faculty of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Ton Duc Thang University (TDTU). Dr. Ly Mai was welcomed by the representatives from TDTU including Dr. Vo Hoang Duy, Vice President and Dr. Dong Si Thien Chau, Acting Dean together with lecturers from the Faculty of Electrical and Electronics Engineering. Everyone then had a discussion on research and practical application of renewable energy sources, especially solar energy.
Dr. Ly Mai is very impressed with the strategy of focusing on the research as well as setting up the major and especially the deployment of renewable energy sources in daily activities at TDTU. She believes that this is the right way, directly contributing to reducing energy costs while protecting the environment.
During the meeting, the two sides also discussed in details the cooperation between UNSW's School of Photovoltaic and Energy Technology and TDTU's Faculty of Electrical and Electronics Engineering.
UNSW, founded in 1949, based in Sydney, is one of the founding members of G8 (Australia's leading research universities group) and one of Australia's three universities under the Universitas 21 (An alliance of the top 23 universities in 15 countries). UNSW is ranked 49th in the world according to the QS World University Rankings 2016-2017, being the first university in the world to be rated 5 Stars Plus by QS World University Ratings 2014.
UNSW's School of Photovoltaic and Energy Technology is one of the leading solar cell research centers in the world with research in wafer-based solar cell technology, thin film cell technology and the concept of advanced third generation cell.
Some photos at the meeting