RMIT Vietnam Newsroom

RMIT Vietnam Newsroom

RMIT partners with Sovico and Vietjet to lift aviation training

Media release - 11 September, 2019

A strategic partnership has been formed between RMIT University, Sovico Group and Vietjet JSC to improve the quality of Vietnam’s workforce in aviation, management and engineering.

Blockchain on the verge of major industry disruption: Melbourne expert

News - 26 August, 2019

In the context of the current fourth industrial revolution, blockchain is one of the most ground-breaking innovations to impact technology in recent years.

Lullaby machine shows tech in bed can help you rest

News - 15 August, 2019

The marriage of art and technology has created an immersive virtual reality (VR) experience that can ease you into the right frame of mind for sleep.

3D-printed spine disc ‘has given me my whole world back’

Media release - 29 July, 2019

An industry collaboration between surgeons and engineers has been recognised for its life-changing impact.

Smart homes a broad opportunity for students

News - 15 July, 2019

As Vietnam’s economy continues to boom and incomes increase, residential developments in major urban areas such as Ho Chi Minh City are becoming ever more upscale.

RMIT ranked among the world’s best for blockchain research

Media release - 09 July, 2019

RMIT ranked among the world’s best for blockchain research.

Spreading information security

News - 21 June, 2019

In a knowledge economy where growth is dependent on the quality and accessibility of information, traditional lock and key security methods are simply inadequate in protecting an organisation and its data.

RMIT students recognised by industry

News - 07 June, 2019

A facial recognition monitoring system for retail management, developed by an RMIT engineering student, received the Best Student Project Prize in the IT/Engineering area at the RMIT Industry Networking Night & Student Projects Showcase.

Adapting to blockchain and cybersecurity

News - 03 June, 2019

Besides impacting nearly every aspect of everyday life, new technologies are also changing and disrupting the financial industry and the way consumers and firms access financial services.

Students contribute to community through work on prosthetics

Media release - 24 April, 2019

An ongoing collaboration with Vulcan Augmetics Social Enterprise, a start-up that produces modular, affordable prosthetics, has enhanced the engineering and technology skills of RMIT Vietnam students.

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