In the framework of Aerospace Science Week 22 November 2017, Moscow Aviation Institute (the National Research University), jointly with National Research Foundation of Korea, held the Korea-Russia Space Forum. The main objective of the event was the establishment of cooperation between Russia and Korea on space science projects and research.
A new spin has been put on a partner project of Moscow Aviation Institute (National Research
University) together with the Indian agency, Space Kidz India that implements an international platform
for strengthening links among young scientists of different countries.
The Moscow Aviation Institute stand has attracted attention of several hundred thousand of guests at the International Aviation and Space Salon. During all six days of MAKS, Moscow Aviation Institute enjoyed exceptional popularity both among the visitors and the representatives from the industry.
Moscow Aviation Institute initiated yet another successful cooperation
project with China – this time with a major aerospace corporation of China,
COMAC. Its engineers have just finished their studies on two MAI academic
programs – Composite Materials and Avionics Integrated. On April 7, the MAI Rector,
Mikhail Pogosyan, awarded the graduates with the certificates on their
successful completion of the program.
MAI team returned with brilliant results from the semi-finals of Imagine Cup – the annual worldwide series of technology competitions focused around Microsoft technology held at the Russian Microsoft office. MAI’s multimedia projects impressed the panel of judges and received second and third place and moved forward to the All-Russian stage of the competition.
On February 18th, an engineering class laboratory of the in robotics field was opened in MAI. The foundation of such laboratory was possible due to joint efforts of MAI and the First Moscow Cadet Corps as part of the development of continuous education at the stage of pre-college education.
utterance of the great Soviet writer Maksim Gorkiy that “sometimes it’s useful
to learn from children” suddenly comes to mind in a spacious class of the Youth
Center for Scientific and Technical Creativity “Na Donskoy”.
Alexander Baranov, professor of Moscow Aviation Institute (National Research University) and his colleagues from the Institute of Aerospace designs, technologies, and control systems Andrei Somov, Denis Spiryakin, Andrew Spiryakin, Vladimir Sleptsov and a specialist of the Institute of Trento (Italy) Roberto Passeron entered the top five most cited research papers in the period from 2014 to June 2016.