H.E. Ms Robyn Mudie, Australian Ambassador to Vietnam, said, ‘The study is another bold step to demonstrate how Australia and Vietnam can work together to translate the high level Innovation Partnership between the two countries into practical and meaningful projects. We are very proud to connect Vietnam with an excellent team from CSIRO’s Data61. Working in partnership with MoST, the team will co-develop powerful models to help the decision-making process more evidence-based, ultimately making investments in science, technology and innovation deliver better value for money.’
’We are very excited that this is the first time such a study will be conducted in Vietnam. This is a great opportunity for us to access new, innovative ways to inform policy development. MoST is especially appreciative that, once developed, all models will be transferred to us for our future use and replication – this is truly in the spirit of an Innovation Partnership. MoST staff will also be trained through the project to master the methodology and techniques. Our hope is to embed the process at MoST to make this collaboration with Australia effective and sustainable.’ Vice Minister of Science and Technology Bui The Duy added.
This study is funded by the AUD 11 million, four year (2018-2022) Aus4Innovation program, Australia’s flagship innovation initiative that was designed to help strengthen the Vietnamese innovation system and prepare for Vietnam’s digital future. The program is co-funded by the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) and InnovationXchange (IXC), managed by the Australian Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) in strategic collaboration with the Ministry of Science and Technology of Vietnam (MoST).
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