Finished Projects

Register of Contaminated Sites in Việt Nam

The Vietnamese government has passed Decision No. 64/2003/QD-TTg regarding the treatment of industrial contaminated sites in 2003. Therein, a total of 4,295 contaminated >>


The REMON project addresses the transport sector and urban development of Hanoi. The basic idea of the project is to detect urban transport conditions in real-time. >>


The shortage of sand as a building material is one of the major issues of the construction sector in emerging economies like Vietnam. Meanwhile, sand extraction >>


Nutrient recycling by application of human excreta to maintain soil fertility has been practiced in Eastern Asia and the Western Pacific region for 4,000 years. >>


The main concern of the project is a response to the population growth and the resulting infrastructural problems in the old city areas with septic tanks for treating >>


Over the past years, the economic growth in Vietnam has risen significantly. As a result, Vietnam has an increasing number of more than 200 registered industrial >>


The main objective of the project is to develop procedures and techniques to sustainably improve the water quality of polluted surface waters in tropical and subtropical >>


Vietnam like most countries with large resource potentials has a high demand for qualified labour. Despite the large number of workforce available, there is a significant >>

Urban.Network HCM

The Megacity Research Project focuses on the mega-urban region of Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC) as one of Vietnam’s regions most affected by climate change. Here, >>

ViWat Mekong GO

ViWat Mekong-GO is a definition project funded by the German Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) in which the interdisciplinary Vietnamese-German project ViWat >>

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