“While the Vietnamese are quite intelligent and creative, their number of patents is relatively low.”
In 2014, IQ of Vietnamese people is ranked 13th worldwide.
Source: from a Research of England psychologist Richard Lynn & Poland political scientist Tatu Vanhanen
(Patents per million population)
Source: Ministry of Sciences & Technology, World Bank
In the human resources market, the need-capacity gap is wide.
In 2015, VN was lack of 78000 manager in ST sectors.
Note: STI = Science, Technology & Innovation; ST = Science & Technology
(*) Projection in Vietnam’s National Manpower Plan until 2020
Source: Ministry of Sciences & Technology, World Bank Patent Application 2014, press
By 2020, the total ST graduates will meet only 50% of national demand.
We embrace innovation and encourage both individual and collective initiatives and creativity.
Our platform and service are open to any innovators.
We instill in students and members problem solving skills and mentality.
We commit to the stewardship of the next generation of innovators.
Young Makers Vietnam launched in 2014 on the foundation that a true STEAM education can inspire Vietnamese youth to imagine themselves pursuing careers of tomorrow. The project was launched by Everest Education, in partnership with Intel Products Vietnam and the HCMC Youth Union.
The first two years of the Young Makers Challenge were incredibly difficult in getting the structure off the ground, but seeing how the lives of dozens of students have been transformed has made it all worthwhile. In 2016, the team sensed that the vision had outgrown Everest Education – to truly change the lives of students all over Vietnam, Young Makers Vietnam was born as an independent organization. The team has now taken the makers movement nationally, from Saigon to Danang and from Hanoi to Lam Dong.
Chairman & Co-CEO of Everest Education
MBA, Harvard Business School
Managing Partner at ASEAN Capital MBA, University of Chicago
Founder and CEO of Young Makers Vietnam B.A., Bates College
Co-Founder of Katango Inc.
President of Vietseeds Ph.D, Stanford University
Head of Innovation & Entrepreneurship School at HCMUTE Ph.D, Korea University of Technology & Education
Co-CEO of Everest Education B.A and B.S, Stanford University
CEO of Gap Institute
Head of Marketing Communication
Head of External Realtion & Content
Head of Event & Finance
Regional Co-Head of Danang
Regional Co-Head of Danang
Regional Head of Hanoi
Through practical and interactive learning experience, campers have better self-understanding about their innovation ability, develop their potentials and passion to pursue their maker dream. Student parents are more aware of right education method for innovation development and support their children’s learning freedom.
Student : Hao Nguyen
Laser Bot is a machine that can draw on wood, paper or other materials using a laser.
Student : Quang Ha, Bao Van, Phuong Vu
A first iteration, ground-based drone to go where people cannot.
Student: Hoang Nguyen, Phuoc Ha, Son Le
An intelligent garbage receptacle aimed at improving the environment.
Student: Chanh Lieu, Nghi Pham, Nam Nguyen
The team’s prototype impressed the judges, creating a mechanism for counting the number of
people that passed in/out of the doorway.
Student: Yeon Shin Kim, Jae Won Uhm, Ye Gyun Lee
Simple genius, as less is better. This team used an elegant solution to design their own rainwater sensor.
Student: Phuc Nguyen, Khang Dang, Phuc Nguyen
This team created an ingenious way to make harvesting of natural rubber more efficient.
Student: Naphat Siripun
A robot to search and rescue people after natural disasters.
Student: Pham Long & Le Kien
A device modeled after sea-turtle with a mounted camera for oceanic exploration and
Student: Truong Long, Vu Khang, Nguyen Dat
An IT system of automation monitors temperature, humidity, soil conditions for irrigation.
Student: Nguyen Hao
A system monitors power consumption at home and offices.
Student: Nhoang Khang
An environmental and health condition control system that protects users from dangerous scenarios or weather.
|Nov 6||Hanoi||Young Makers Day||1,000 attendants|
|Nov 27||HCM||Young Makers Day||1,500 attendants|
|Oct 28||Lam Dong||Young Makers Day||300 students|