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17-19 April 2017. Saint Petersburg, Russian Federation
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Eternal memory of the victims of the terrorist attack on April 3, 2017 in the St. Petersburg metro!
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The oncoming year 2017 is special if to recollect the drastic changes brought to the fates of our Motherland by its predecessor, the year 1917, a hundred years ago. And in the year coming I would wish you only one – but crucial – thing: the right choices.
The right choices by those willing to share with us not only our success, but our doubt and anxiety.
The right choices of what ought to be done with no sorrow and regrets afterwards.
The right choices of what will allow us to once again have the opportunity to choose and choose what will give us the freedom of choice.
Happy New 2017 Year and Merry Christmas!
Konstantin V. Losev, Prof., Vice-Rector for International Affairs at SUAI
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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
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October, 9th Within the framework of the Trade and Economic Forum and the Anhui province: Approach to Russia exhibition SUAI housed a performance by Huángméi traditional opera with Zaifen in the leading part.
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Dear Dr. Losev,
I appreciate your warm hospitality and courtesy during my stay in Saint Petersburg. It was great pleasure for us to attend the 10th APECSS conference that was well prepared and carefully organised by you and the other people of State University of Aerospace Instrumentation.
After our return to Japan, Japanese Society for Patristic Studies (JSPS) had a regular seminar on Saturday 24 September, in which outcomes were reported by participants of the annual conference in Saint Petersburg and JSPS members discussed about the possibility of future collaboration between scholars of Australia, Russia, Japan and other pacific-rim countries in the field of early Christian studies.
Please pass on my best regards to your people of SUAI.
Thank you so much for your warmth and kindness.
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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’ (http://christian.hf-guap.ru/index.html).
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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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.