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Academics and leaders from key industries in the UK and Viet Nam (including energy, manufacturing and aviation) will come together in this two-part programme to explore the transition to net zero pollution as a way of addressing climate and environmental changes. 

In Summer 2023, academics will gather at the Hanoi University of Science and Technology for a scientific workshop. This will be followed by an academic roundtable event, open to the public, at which the workshop findings will be presented and discussed. These two key events will also be supported with additional opportunities including lab visits, student forums and industry engagement. 

About the collaborators

  • Imperial College London 
    Imperial is a global university based in London renowned for its teaching and research in engineering, medicine, science and business. As well as undertaking fundamental research in core disciplines, Imperial also works to help deliver practical and novel solutions to challenges in the areas of finance, health, energy and the environment. 
  • Hanoi University of Science and Technology (HUST)  
    HUST is a multidisciplinary research university in which scientific research is a main force and has a strong commitment to human development, high-quality workforce training, scientific research, technological innovation and knowledge transfer that serves our country and global society. 

How to take part

The UK–Vietnam Net Zero Workshop and Public Roundtable will take place in Hanoi from 09.00 to 11.00 on Thursday 21 September 2023. Register here