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An integral part of SUAI’s activities and an important tool providing education of high quality, International cooperation enhances the University’s further integration in the world’s educational and scientific community.
SUAI takes part in European research programs, cooperating with the European Space Agency ESA/ESTEC and world’s leading universities:
|Australia||The University of New South Wales|
|Great Britain||Manchester Metropolitan University|
|Hungary||Budapest University of technology and economics|
|Westfalische Hochschule Gelsenkirchen Bocholt Recklinghausen, University of Applied Sciences|
|Israel||The Jerusalem College of Technology|
|India||Indian Institute of Finance|
|Italy||Universita degli studi Catania|
|University of Enna – Kore University|
|Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies|
|Kazakhstan||L.N.Gumilyov Eurasian National University|
|Cyprus||Neapolis University Pafos|
|Harbin Institute of Technology|
|Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics|
|Northwestern polytechnical University|
|Shanghai Polytechnic University|
|Хian Aeronautical University|
|Latvia||Rezekne Academy of Technologies|
|Riga Technical university|
|The Netherlands||CHE Christian University of Applied Sciences|
|Romania||National University of Political Studies and Public Administration|
|United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland||University of Wolverhampton|
|The USA||Indiana State University|
|State University New York at Stony Brook|
|Finland||Haaga-Helia University of Applied Sciences|
|Lappeenranta University of Technology|
|Turku University of Applied Sciences|
|ENSEA (Superior National School of Electronics and Applications)|
|ESIGELEC (Superior Engineering School of Education)|
|ISEP (Institute of Electronics, Paris)|
|National School Of Computer Science For Industry And Business (ENSIIE)|
|University of Franche-Comte|
|Czech Republic||Brno University of Technology|
|Republic of Korea||Hanyang University|
Since 2005 R&D in developing software for system analysis has been performed under the agreement with Knowledge Inside (France).
Yearly students, graduate students and young scientists of SUAI are trained in foreign Universities, participate in Russian-USA students’ seminars (that are realized together with the Indiana State University), take part in exchange programs with universities from PRC, Italy, Finland, France, Hungary, the Netherlands and Romania.
Open lectures of the foreign leading professors are regularly held in SUAI. During several years professor Gerald W. Cockrell (Indiana State University, USA) has been realizing distant seminar for students on Project management. SUAI scientific teams participate in European programs:
- 7thFramework Program
Since 2013 SUAI has been a participant in FIRST+ (Finnish-Russian Student-And-Teacher Exchange Program) with University of Tampere, University of Applied Sciences Turku, Haaga-Helia University of Applied Sciences.
Assisted by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology the Laboratory of Computational Linguistics (Faculty of Humanities at SUAI) was founded. This laboratory studies scientific and magistral work in the field of language’s computer processing.
Laboratory’s main tasks are:
- machine translation,
- computer-aided systems of translation,
- machine learning problems.
To promote the international initiative on practice-oriented education CDIO SUAI was the first university in St. Petersburg to be officially admitted in the association in May 2015.
Under the guidance of Professor Ovodenko A.A. the UNESCO chair “Engineering distance education” was set up on the basis of SUAI within the framework of UNITWIN/UNЕSCО Chairs Programm in April 1999. It is a center for advanced experience and an experimental area for distance technical education.
Interactive educational and testing systems on natural-science disciplines were developed, that helped the chair to have an experience in distant education and upgrade technical disciplines teaching.
For more information: unesco.guap.ru
Russian section of International Society of Automation (ISA) was set up in 1994 and student group of ISA (first in Europe and exclusive in Russia) in 1995.
ISA Headquarters Russian Federation was created in 2002 on the basis of SUAI and the knowledge center ISA was opened in the University library. SUAI students regularly participate in Student Universal Instrument-making Games that are held every year in the USA.
SUAI students (representing not only the Russian Federation but also the European Union) were awarded gold, silver and bronze medals.
For more information: isa.aanet.ru
Since 2017 SUAI has been an academic member to the International Telecommunication Union (ITU)
For more information: itu.int
SUAI is an active participant in the Finnish-Russian University Cooperation in Telecommunications (FRUCT)
For more information: fruct.org
In 2017 SUAI joined the International Alliance BRAIA (The «Belt and Road» Aerospace Innovation Alliance)
For more information: braia.nwpu.edu.cn
Since 2015 SUAI has been a member to the Association of Rectors of Transport Universities of Russia and China (ARTU), non-governmental and voluntary association, founded by Russian and Chinese higher education leaders to train transport experts within agreements between Russia and PRC in education, science and transport systems.
In 2018 SUAI joined the BRICS Association of Rectors of Transport Universities inspired by ARTU achievements.
Information updated on September 17, 2019