MAI residents took part in the International Aerospace Congress 2021
The Xth International Aerospace Congress – IAC'2021 – co-organized by Moscow Aviation Institute took place at the Moscow State University named after M.V. Lomonosov on August 26-31. The congress was dedicated to the 60th anniversary of the first space flight to the outer space and included the work of 21 sections on topical problems of space activity. The organizing committee was represented by Mikhail Pogosyan, rector of MAI, academician of RAS, Oleg Alifanov, head of department 601 "Space systems and rocket engineering", academician of RAS, Roman Golov, head of department 501 "Management and marketing of high-tech industries".
The largest number of MAI residents took part in the "Space activity: actual aspects of economics and management" section. The meeting was held on August 26 in the Shuvalov building of the Moscow State University under the leadership of Roman Golov, the chairman of the section.
– The transformation of the rocket and space industry in the situation of increasing competition at the international market of space service, the increase in the rate of technological change requires appropriate institutional transformations through the formation of integrated structures, such as rocket and space clusters and technological platforms, – said Roman Golov in his speech. “Such structures make it possible to use the available resources as efficiently as possible and quickly adapt to the constantly changing conditions of internal and external environment.16 scientific reports were presented at the section by the experts of Moscow Aviation Institute, the Financial University, Moscow State University, MGIMO, Moscow Institute of Steel and Alloys and other universities, as well as industrial, government and financial structures. The reports touched upon the widest range of issues of economics and management: environmental control as part of the implementation of the company's sustainable development strategy; economists and managers for the rocket and space industry training; analysis and creation of the life cycle management system for high-tech space products; intellectual asset management in space activities; improvement and development of cluster-type structures and ecosystem management transformation in the industry; energy saving management, etc.