Saigon High-Tech Park and Ansys cooperate in training human resources for the semiconductor chip industry


Vice Chairman of Ho Chi Minh City People’s Committee Vo Van Hoan witnessed the signing ceremony

( – On December 28, Saigon High-Tech Park (CNC) signed a cooperation agreement with partner Ansys (USA) on cooperation in developing human resources in the semiconductor chip industry in Vietnam. 

Attending were comrade Vo Van Hoan, Vice Chairman of Ho Chi Minh City People’s Committee; Associate Professor, Dr. Nguyen Anh Thi, Head of the Management Board of Ho Chi Minh City Hi-Tech Park; Dr. Le Quoc Cuong, Deputy Head of Ho Chi Minh City Hi-Tech Park Management Board; Dr. Le Hoai Quoc Former Head of Ho Chi Minh City Hi-Tech Park Management Board; Prof. Dr. Dang Luong Mo, National Senior Advisor on Semiconductor ICs. The signing ceremony was also attended by representatives of university leaders; Representatives of leaders of microchip businesses: Intel, Synopsys, Cadance, Ampere Computing, Marvell technology group, Renesas, Sun Edu, ADTechnology, Quest Global…

At the cooperation signing ceremony, Ansys representatives look forward to having the opportunity to provide Ansys’s academic teaching software tools and related training programs for universities in Ho Chi Minh City through Ansys’s “Innovation Space”.

Universities are units with strengths in science and technology and wish to participate in developing a team of talented human resources to serve the growing technical simulation industry in the region. The goal of cooperation is to help students increase practical experience and learn how to solve technical problems while using simulation software. “We appreciate our partnership with Ansys, a leading company in providing engineering simulation software. With a strong commitment from Ansys company to promote training and research activities in this field, we believe that the cooperation between SHTP and Ansys will bring positive results. This program will create opportunities for students to access the latest technology and methods in engineering simulation, while also gaining practical experience to achieve success in the high-tech field. We believe that the cooperation will make a great contribution to improving the operating capacity of the Electronics and Semiconductor Circuit (ESC) Training Center, contributing to the development of the semiconductor IC industry for Ho City. Ho Chi Minh City and the growth of Vietnam’s economy”, Associate Professor, Dr. Nguyen Anh Thi, Head of the Management Board of Saigon Hi-Tech Park shared.

ANSYS leaders and the Management Board of Ho Chi Minh City Hi-Tech Park visited the Electronics and Semiconductor Circuit Center (ESC)

Mr. Rafiq Somani, Vice President of Ansys Indian Ocean and South Asia, emphasized: “Ansys is pleased to cooperate with SHTP to develop students’ abilities and skills in simulating and designing technology products. High. Ansys’ software family of RedHawk, Sherlock, HFSS, PowerArtist offers unique capabilities to help electronics and semiconductor companies, researchers and students accelerate the design and innovation process for next generation high-tech products. This software is used by many of the world’s leading companies and universities to enhance the capabilities of high-tech products. I believe that leading software in simulation and design along with Ansys’ global expertise in this field will help SHTP realize its goal of developing simulation skills and design capabilities for industries. high technology. Ansys is fully committed to supporting SHTP in realizing its vision to help develop the high-tech industry in Vietnam.”

Speaking at the signing ceremony, comrade Vo Van Hoan emphasized that developing the electronics and semiconductor chip industry is a major policy of the Party, State and Ho Chi Minh City. To realize these policies and proactively take advantage of opportunities of the fourth industrial revolution and shifts in value chains and global supply chains due to the influence of changes in the world, Ho Chi Minh City People’s Committee has directed departments, especially the City High-Tech Park, to urgently advise and prepare conditions on mechanisms, policies, land funds and especially prepare highly qualified human resources to recruit Attract investment in the field of electronics and semiconductor chips.

Delegates took souvenir photos within the framework of the signing ceremony and visited the ESC

Recently, the National Assembly issued Resolution No. 98 on piloting a number of specific mechanisms and policies for the development of Ho Chi Minh City. Accordingly, the city government continues to research and further develop science and technology infrastructure, adding facilities to serve high-tech industries, including semiconductor microchips, aiming to become Center for semiconductor chip industry development and a national center of science, technology and innovation, with regional and international competitiveness. To do that, expanding the domestic and foreign collaboration ecosystem in the field of electronics and semiconductor circuits, especially cooperating with companies providing software for design and simulation. engineering of products and semiconductors.

Within the framework of the cooperation signing ceremony, the delegation visited the Electronics and Semiconductor Circuit Center (ESC), which is a cooperation model between SHTP Training under the Management Board of Saigon Hi-Tech Park and International Education Joint Stock Company. Sun Edu is one of the pioneers in training electronics and semiconductor circuits.

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