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SHTP collaborates with Ansys to improve quality of semiconductor manpower

HCM City’s Sài Gòn Hi-Tech Park and US-based Ansys Software Pvt Ltd on December 28 signed a MoU to collaborate to foster electronic design expertise and advance the semiconductor industry in Việt Nam. — Photo courtesy of SHTP

HCM CITY — HCM City’s Sài Gòn Hi-Tech Park (SHTP) and US-based Ansys Software Pvt Ltd. (Ansys) on Thursday signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to collaborate to foster electronic design expertise and advance the semiconductor industry in Việt Nam.

Through this collaboration with the leading high-tech hub in Việt Nam, Ansys, a company specialising in designing technical simulation software, plans to explore the opportunity to provide its Academic Teaching Lease license and relevant Coursework to local universities through the Ansys Innovation Space.

The universities involved in the collaboration are known for their strong engineering departments and provide access to a valuable talent pool for the growing engineering simulation industry in the region.

The collaboration is intended to enable these students to gain practical experience in IC design and learn how to solve complex technical challenges while using simulation software.

Rafiq Somani, vice president of South Asia and Indian Ocean, Ansys, said his company is excited to collaborate with SHTP and the prestigious universities to support the expansion of electronic design expertise in Việt Nam.

SHTP plays a vital role in fostering the development of the high-tech industry and promoting innovation and creativity in the region.

“By providing access to our software tools, we aim to equip the next generation of engineers with the skills they need to contribute to the growth of the high-tech industry in Việt Nam,” he said.

Nguyễn Anh Thi, head of SHTP’s Management Board, said this collaboration will contribute significantly to strengthening the capability of the Electronics and Semiconductor Center (ESC) in SHTP, the development of the local semiconductor industry and the growth of the Vietnamese economy.

With a strong commitment from Ansys to promote training and research activities in this field, SHTP looks forward to a fruitful collaboration.

“The programme will enable our students to gain access to the latest technology and methodologies in engineering simulation and acquire practical experience that will help them succeed in the high-tech industry,” he said.

Established in 2002, SHTP is located in Thủ Đức city and covers an area of 913 hectares with the aim of fostering the development of high-tech industries and promoting innovation and creativity in the region.

The park is home to more than 160 companies, including multinational corporations, research institutions, and startups.

With the goal of becoming a key driver of economic growth in the region and attracting local and foreign investment, it is promoting technology transfer, talent development, and collaboration between academia and industry to accelerate innovation and sustainable development. — VNS

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