Today, a trilateral Memorandum of Cooperation was signed in YSU Rector’s Office between “Technology and Science Dynamics” Company, “Enterprise Incubator” Foundation and several major universities of Armenia, which train specialists in the field of information technology. These universities are Yerevan State University, State Engineering University of Armenia, European Regional Educational Academy, French Institute of Higher Engineering in Armenia and Russian-Armenian (Slavonic) University.
Minister of Education and Science of Armenia Armen Ashotyan was present at this ceremony.
““Technology and Science Dynamics” will carry out in Armenia production activities but also aims to engage in research activities, and the first step we see is to attach to each other the academic and industrial activities,” - says the company’s director Vahan Shakaryan, adding their purpose is the development of the economy and high technology in our country.
After signing the memorandum working groups will be formed that will determine the directions of cooperation. According to the document, “Technology and Science Dynamics” will organize internship for the students from partner universities, students’ visits to their office and manufacturing part, as well as other programs and events.
The company’s employees will deliver lectures for the university students and attend conferences, seminars, etc. “Technology and Science Dynamics” promises to call to life the innovative technological ideas offered by the university students.
“Today the university without the business world and the business world without the university can not develop. I hope this agreement will be the beginning of the mission that will lead to tangible solutions. From the mood we already understand that everything is not limited to signing this document, but a serious partnership starts,” - said YSU Rector Aram Simonyan.
Director of “Enterprise Incubator” Foundation Bagrat Yengibaryan notes this cooperation is a good chance to combine great potential and development prospects in Armenia: “There are problems whose solution does not require programmers, but mathematicians, physicists and chemists who can solve these problems and provide great revenue for the country. Not many countries can afford it, and there is great potential in our country.”