Nguyen Dinh Quy was a contestant of the second year of the road to the top of Olympia. That year, Nguyen Dinh Quy was a student at Kim Lien High School, was eliminated from the quarter exam and did not leave much of an impression. However, this male student still did not give up with his dream of studying abroad, after graduating from high school, Dinh Quy went to study at Nanyang Technological University (Singapore) and obtained a Ph. Quy also used to study at Starford University. It is known that his field of study is artificial intelligence.
With his education as well as his ability, Dinh Quy later became Development Director and senior engineer at Mitsubishi Electric in Boston (USA). This is one of the leading technology corporations in the world. On the occasion of appearing in the 5-year Gala of Road to Olympia, Mr. Quy also shared about his passion for technology as well as the journey he has gone through.
Not only being successful in foreign countries, Dinh Quy also made many contributions to the country despite being far away, by participating in technology-related organizations and projects, promoting research and education activities in the country. VietSearch website developed by him and his associates has contributed to promoting STEM (science and technology, engineering, math) in training high-quality human resources for 4.0 technology in Vietnam.
In 2019, the VietSearch project also won the Consolation Prize in the field of Information Technology at the Vietnam Talent Competition. With this project, Mr. Quy hopes to help young people quickly find and synthesize information about education such as scholarships, international students, Vietnamese professors abroad, etc. learn, cultivate, exchange knowledge and get help from afar.
Besides his main job at the Technology company, Mr. Nguyen Dinh Quy also holds the role of Chairman of the Young Vietnamese Social Activities Organization. His group is a non-profit with the purpose of building and developing from the forum of former Olympia contestants, thereby donating to help disadvantaged children.
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