SUAI visits University Haaga-Helia, Finland


October, 11-12 The SUAI delegation headed by the Rector Yu.A.Antokhina visited Finland’s 2nd rated University Haaga-Helia, Helsinki, to have a meeting with the University’s administartion and the leading faculty.


The visit resulted in bylateral framework agreement on joint research projects and student and young faculty exchange within Erasmus program.


Gratitude of Kazuhiko Demura, Professor of the Faculty of Letters, Vice-Dean (Research) of the Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences, Okayama University, Japan


September 9-11th The Asia-Pacific Early Christian Studies Society (APECSS) with support of the SUAI Faculty of Humanities held the 10th International Conference ‘Survival of Early Christian Traditions’ (

The first APECSS conference in Russia, it gathered representation from Japan, Australia, South Korea, Russia, South Africa, Belgium, Germany, Greece, and other countries to widen scientific interests and deepen the mutual understanding of scholars in Russia and Asia-Pacific.

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Bridging Universities


September 8-10 Within the framework of the BRICS Global University Summit and following the 120th anniversary of the Beijing Jiao Tong University, the SUAI’s Vice Rector for International Affairs K. V. Losev and BJTU’s administration in a meeting discussed educational programs and joint research projects in Electrical Mechanics and Robotics. Special attention was paid to 2017 Summer schools for students.

Noteworthy is SUAI’s involvement in the Russia and PRC’s Forum on Development of Research and Educational Programs. The parties agreed to promote programs in Mechatronics and Robotics, Management of Technical Systems and Management in Power Engineering.

Delegation of Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium


14 April 2016 – SUAI hosted a delegation of Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium.

Vrije Universiteit Brussel is a dynamic and modern university having almost a two-century-long history.



The parties discussed possibilities of cooperation in the field of science and education. The importance of the development of exchange and joint education programs was emphasized. Both parties showed a great interest to develop the partnership in the nearest future.

Happy International Women’s Day!


Dear Ladies,

The spring is inevitably coming though the weather is cold and snow has
not melted yet.

Spring mood brings us a bright hope for warm days and positive changes.
Let us enjoy the expectation despite the weather!

Wishing you a bright spring and happy International Women’s Day!

Konstantin V. Losev,
Vice-Rector for International Affairs, Dean of the Faculty of Humanities

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