KSUAE participated in the Erasmus+ Grant-holders' meeting

04/02/2021

At the end of January 2021 within one week KSUAE participated in the Grant-holders' meeting of newly selected Capacity Building in Higher Education (CBHE) projects. As a consequence of the travel restrictions imposed because of the outbreak of the COVID19, this year’s event was entirely online.

This event was dedicated to the representatives of CBHE projects selected in 2020 under the Call for proposals EAC/A02/2019.We should mention that last year KSUAE's application with the project "Capacity Building in Sustainablity for Architectural Heritage" for the Erasmus+ Key Action 2 was selected by EACEA.

The overall aim of the meeting is to address in detail issues related to the implementation of the CBHE projects, the operational management of the grant agreement and the financial rules applicable to the CBHE grant. The event also offered the opportunity for new and experienced coordinators to network and to share experience and good practice.

The meeting was divided into plenary sessions, parallel regional workshops, e-Booths and bilateral helpdesks:
1.The plenary sessions addressed the operational management of the grant agreement and the financial rules applicable.
2.The regional workshops addressed aspects related to the implementation of our project in the targeted Region, in our case in Russia.
3.The e-Booths offered a virtual space to foster networking and the exchange of information with key actors for the implementation of projects.
4.The bilateral helpdesks and meetings allowed individual projects to meet their EACEA Project Officers.

The participation in the conference was mandatory for all selected projects under the above-mentioned call. 

Among the headliners of the first day plenary session there was Prof. Muhammad Yunus, 2006 Nobel Peace Prize Winner as keynotespeaker. The speakers were also Ralf Rahders Head of Unit, EACEA (chairperson); Themis Christophidou Director-General for Education, Youth, Sport and Culture and Sophie Beernaerts Head of Department Erasmus+ and EU Aid Volunteers-EACEA.
For the other plenary sections, the regional workshops, helpdesks and the e-Booths the number of projects representatives was limited to a maximum of two persons per project, namely:
1.The project coordinator from the coordinating institution University of L'Aquila.
2.One representative from one of the beneficiary institutions located in a Partner Country. Our University became such an institution.

During the bilateral meetings and helpdesks the EACEA Project Officer Andrea Murzi that coordinates our project was interested in ways of the implementation of our project in general and pointed out strong and some other points of the application that should be reconsidered a little at the beginning of the project. Prof Anna Tozzi, University of L'Aquila, and Dr Olga Poroshenko, KSUAE, outlined their views what steps would be made to improve the application and submitted several questions to the Officer on management and financial issues of the project.

The representatives of the National Erasmus+ Offices in Russia and in Armenia participated in the meetings too.

All the participants of the bilateral meetinng agreed to have a Kick-off meeting in the nereast future where Andrea Murzi will be invited too.

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Mass-media: KSUAE brings up architects according to world's best practices

01/02/2021

businessonline2021On January 29, 2021 the regional business electronic newspaper "BUSINESS-Online" published the article "KSUAE brings up architects according to world's best practices": about the victories of our students in international architectural competitions, their internships in the leading world's architectural studios, our University world-class academic and resarch centers and other achivements of our University.

Read more here (in Russian).

 

 

 

 

 

Students are invited to participate in the international competition Steel2Real'21

28/01/2021

We invite our students to participate in the prestigious international competition of student projects Steel2Real'21, organized by the Association for the Development of Steel Construction (ARCC).

The contestants will have to describe and justify the external and internal views of the dormitory building, its spatial, planning and functional organization, architectural and artistic solutions, as well as options for finishing the premises. In addition, proposals should contain architectural and construction measures to ensure the protection of premises from noise, vibration and other influences. In addition, it is necessary to determine the structural scheme, taking into account the space-planning decisions.

This competition is open to undergraduate, specialist and graduate students of any form of education of any universities, college students of any specialty. Also, participants in the "Steel2Real'2021" competition can be young specialists who graduated from a university or college not earlier than 2018.

In 2020, students from more than 60 Russian and foreign universities took part in the competition. The competition is intended to popularize the use of steel as a promising material in construction and to motivate market participants for the use of metal structures.

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KSUAE presented its research results for the Road industry

27/01/2021

Our Rector Prof. Rashit Nizamov and Vice Rector for Research Evgeniy Vdovin took part in the Final Panel of the Ministry of Transport and Roads of the Republic of Tatarstan. The Panel was headed by the President of Tatarstan Rustam Minnikhanov and the Minister of Transport and Roads of the Republic of Tatarstan F.M. Khanifov.

Our University presented its innovative scientific developments for Road industry in a specialized exhibition organized within the Panel.

Within the event, the Cooperation Agreement was concluded among our University, Volga State University of Water Transport and Joint Stock Company "Shipbuilding Corporation" AK Bars". The Agreement provides for cooperation in joint research and developments for topical areas, in particular, to interact on the development of inland water transport and inland waterways, to exchange experience on the introduction of innovative materials and technologies. The Agreement also provides for joint vocational training of personnel in the field of reinforced concrete shipbuilding, the organization of industry and joint meetings, seminars, round tables, etc.

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Collaboration Agreement signed with the Construction Cluster of Slovenia (CCS)

26/01/2021

Kazan State University of Architecture and Engineering and Construction Cluster of Slovenia (CCS, Slovenski gradbeni grozd) have signed the collaboration Agreement establishing academic, scientific and cultural cooperation between two institutions in the field of construction, green building, sustainbale construction, circular economy and its digitalization. The cooperation between both Parties includes Realization and joint participation in programmes and projects at national and international level; Promotion and participation in joint face-to-face and virtual conferences, seminars, symposiums, summer schools and master classes; Realization of joint online and distant workshops and lectures for students and staff in order to develop the competencies of KSUAE students and graduates and to unite science, education and the real sector of the economy, which is one of the important modern trends in world education.

The Cluster was a part of the International Consortium within the Erasmus+ Project 574049-EPP-1-2016-IT-EPPKA2-CBHE-JP “Modernization of the Curricula in sphere of smart building engineering - Green Building” (2016-2019). Our University particpated in the Project too.

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