On July 14, MAI hosted the opening of the V International Conference on Aerospace System Science and Engineering (ICASSE 2021), the event is conducted by Moscow Aviation Institute together with Shanghai Jiao Tong University. This year it is online.
Moscow Aviation Institute and South China University of Technology signed the Memorandum of Understanding and discussed the possibility of future cooperation aimed at two degrees educational programs development and implementation.
On July 7, the Government of Moscow launched a new immunization center at the Big Sports Arena of “Luzhniki” Olympic Complex (address: Luzhniki, 24; Metro station “Vorobyovy Gory”/“Sportivnaya”, MCC station “Luzhniki”).
On July 5 at Moscow Aviation University started an annual training intensive for students from technical universities all over the world – the International Aerospace Summer School. This year, the program will be realized online.
MAI held virtual Open Days dedicated to the four MAI English taught programs: Aircraft Engineering, Spacecraft Engineering, Propulsion Engineering, and Control Systems & Computer Science in Engineering.
The development of the rocket and space industry is gaining speed every day, requiring new breakthrough solutions that can make spacecraft even more economical and efficient. One of these promising solutions could be the widespread introduction of stationary plasma engines (SPM).
The Russian Academy of Sciences awarded medals and prizes for outstanding scientific achievements to young scientists and students to an assistant and engineer at Department 410 of Radiolocation, Radio Navigation and Airborne Radioelectronic Equipment of MAI.
On 9 June, RAEX (RAEX-Analytics) presented the tenth annual rating of the best Russian universities in the framework of the IX International Forum of Higher Education Institutions "Global Competitiveness".