Vietnam aims to become a mathematical hub

The Vietnam Institute for Advanced Study in Mathematics made it debut in Hanoi on Tuesday. Speaking at the opening ceremony, Deputy Prime Minister Nguyen Thien Nhan reiterated that the national program on mathematics development till 2020 aims to develop mathematical research and applications, and increase the numbers and quality of mathematicians. With an investment of over 31 million USD and a special operational mechanism, the Institute is designed to become a national and regional hub for mathematicians to do research and exchange experience. “The establishment of the Institute is essential in implementing the 10-year national mathematics development strategy. What we need now is the effort of the Institute’s leadership and every individual mathematician along with the assistance from the international mathematical community”, said Deputy Prime Minister Nguyen Thien Nhan.



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