14.10.2021 | 
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ERASMUS + INFORMATION DAYS HELD AT YSU
ERASMUS + INFORMATION DAYS HELD AT YSU
Within the framework of "Erasmus +" information days, the presentation of "Erasmus +" action 1 "Credit mobility" and "Erasmus +" action 2 - capacity building programs implemented at YSU took place today in the conference hall of YSU Academic Council.

The international programs "ABIONET", "DOCMEN", "GEOTAK", "DPPHSS", "PRINTEL", "ARMDOCT", "PROMIG", "TOPAS" and "KA1 IGM" were presented at the meeting organized on the initiative of YSU Department of International Cooperation. problems, registered results and further actions.

 

Lusine Hambaryan, Associate Professor of the Chair of Ecology and Nature Protection of YSU Faculty of Biology, spoke about the "ABIONET" project of science and technology innovations.

Director of the Information Technology Educational and Research Center Samvel Shukuryan also referred to the "DOCMEN" project.

"The field of microelectronics, which was the main direction of the DOCMEN project, is poorly developed in the former Soviet Union, so this program was very important for us.

EU countries also have problems because they are far behind the United States and Japan in this area.

In this regard, the Israeli research centers and universities are exemplary, which are moving forward with great strides and with which we need to develop relations. "he said.

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