Is Vietnam ready to become a semiconductor manufacturer?
RMIT University academics weigh in on Vietnam’s potential to grow into a semiconductor chip manufacturing powerhouse.
AI emerging trends you can’t ignore
What are the most anticipated Artificial Intelligence (AI) trends and their implications on the Vietnam job market? RMIT Vietnam’s senior lecturer in AI and software engineering Dr Dinh Ngoc Minh shared his insights.
The war in Ukraine led to a war in logistics | FBNC World News Weekly Talk
The Russia-Ukraine conflict and sanctions on Russia have caused widespread disruption to global shipping and are likely to increase ongoing supply chain disruption. RMIT Lecturer Dr Majo George analysed the effects on the shipping industry, increased transportation costs and freight rates, as well as the near future for the logistics and supply chain industry in the world.
University students propose solutions to promote diversity and inclusion
University students put in the effort to provide practical solutions and innovative technologies to promote diversity and inclusion in the workplace.
RMIT Alumni Community in Vietnam – 20 years of sustainable development
RMIT’s Alumni Community affirms its commitment to making social and economic impacts to the development of Vietnam and the region at a launch event celebrating 20 years of welcoming its first batch of graduates from the Saigon South campus (2003 – 2023).
RMIT students boost circularity within university campuses
Can a university campus transform and be part of a circular economy? The innovative and practical solutions proposed by RMIT Vietnam students bring the aspiration closer to life.