Tag Archive for Rector of SUAI

SUAI Welcomes Beihang University

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September 14, 2017 an official delegation of the Beihang University, China, visited SUAI.
Previously known as the Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics (BUAA), it was formed in 1952 to develop into a structure of 30 institutes with over 30 000 students, faculty and administration currently rating in the top 20 of Chinese universities.

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2nd LMAC International Workshop Opened at SUAI

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April 17, 2017 passed  2nd LMAC International Workshop opening  at SUAI.

The Language, Music and Computing International Workshop is a joint effort by the St. Petersburg State University of Aerospace Instrumentation and the St. Petersburg State Conservatory after N. A. Rimsky-Korsakov. The Workshop’s mission is to promote interdisciplinary contacts, collaboration and sharing by linguists, musicians and developers in resolving the topical issues of humanitarian knowledge.

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Second International Workshop on Language, Music, and Computing. 17-19 April, 2017

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17-19 April 2017. Saint Petersburg, Russian Federation

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The delegation of the SUAI paid visit to the University of Genova (Università degli Studi di Genova)

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 April 10-13, 2017 The delegation of the Saint Petersburg University of Aerospace Instrumentation paid visit to the University of Genoa (Università degli Studi di Genova), a major university in Italy with over 60,000 students. In the course of the visit the head of the delegation, SUAI Rector Yulia Antokhina had a meeting with the Director of the Department of Modern Languages and Cultures at the University of Genoa, Professor Michele Prandi and Professor Laura Palm to discuss the prospects of research and educational cooperation of the two Universities.

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APECSS Newsletter (February 2017). About the conference held in SUAI

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“The 10th APECSS conference was held at University for Aerospace Instrumentation in St Petersburg, Russia, from 9-11 September, 2016. The conference theme was ‘Survival of Early Christian Traditions’. We were delighted to have Prof. Sergey Ivanov, from National Research University, Moscow, as a keynote speaker at the conference delivering his paper entitled ‘The Survival of Extravagant Saintliness in the Mid-Byzantine Period’. Not only were the regular members of APECSS well represented among the presenters and participants at the conference, but it was wonderful to see several Belgian, Finnish, French, Greek, Hungarian, UK, and Japanese early career scholars join us as well.

The conference was a great success. Let us thank the organisers of our conference at St Petersburg, for their efforts in bringing us together for an enjoyable meeting, most especially Dr. Basil Lourie and Dr. Xenia Mitrenina. As well, the Society has to extend the gratitude to the Russian convenors, Dr. Julia Antokhina, Rector of SUAI, and Dr. Konstantin Losev, Vice-Rector for International Affairs of SUAI”.

APECSS Newsletter. February 2017

Letter from Australian Catholic University Brisbane Sydney Canberra Ballarat Melbourne

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Dr Julia Antokhina, Rector, SUIA

Dr Konstantin Losev, Vice-Rector for International Affairs

On behalf of the Asia-Pacific Early Christian Studies Society (APECSS) I would like to express my gratitude to the State University of Aerospace Instrumentation and in particular to Dr. Losev, as Dean of the Faculty of Humanities, for hosting and organising the 10th annual conference of our society in your university between 9 and 11 September this year. I apologise for being slow in offering my gratitude as I have only just returned to Australia from that conference in the past few days. As the conference co-ordinator for APECSS based here in Australia it was a wonderful experience for the members of our society to be in St Petersburg for our annual meeting and to meet more scholars and students from all over Russia interested in early Christianity. I am grateful too for all the hard work of the team around Basil Lourie who made us all feel so welcome. It would be wonderful to make Russia one of the permanent venues for the hosting of future conferences.

Australian Catholic University

Brisbane Sydney Canberra Ballarat Melbourne

SUAI visits University Haaga-Helia, Finland

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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.

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

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