The International School «Arctic Engineering» entered its third day by opening the Day of Ice Operations project.
Despite the vacation period, the experts of the international project DeConcrete: Eco-Efficient Arctic Technologies Cooperation continued with their agenda.
In the framework of the Kolarctic CBC-funded international project «I2P: From Idea to Printing of Metal Products» a team of experts from NArFU has taken part in the VII International Military Forum «Army-2021».
The NDI hosted the third Policy Brief Training workshop on Sept. 1, 2021. The training was offered to the ND partners, the ND academic community, and experts representing the ND Partnerships. This year 16 participants from Russia, Finland, Austria, and Sweden attended the online training. The NDI organized the training together with Kaskas Media.
Ice Operations has been recognized by the EU-Russia Cross-Border Cooperation Programme KOLARCTIC as the project of the month.
Researchers of Higher School of Energy, Oil and Gas continue working on the project «Remediation strategies for ultra-low sulfur fuel oil in winter conditions»
The goal of the ULSFO project, which is being implemented under the KOLARCTIC programme, is to create an international network for the joint exchange of knowledge on ultra low sulfur fuel oil (ULSFO).
A group of experts from Northern Arctic Federal University has commenced summer field works under the international project «Treasures from the Northern Nature».
Arctic Floating University 2021 has completed its voyage, having covered its planned route: Arkhangelsk – Novaya Zemlya (Malye Karmakuly Polar station, Cape Zhelaniya) – Franz Josef Land (Hayes Island, Hooker Island and Bell Island) – Arkhangelsk.
The students and faculty of NArFU Higher School of Information Technologies and Automated Systems have introduced the open-air Drugoy Festival, held in Petrovsky Park in Arkhangelsk, to IT Park Digital Arctic.
DeConcrete experts finalized project activity for the period of 9 months and made plans for the summer.
In compliance with the key strategic objective of the DeConcrete project, the works were carried out in close cooperation between all project partners (Russia, Norway, Finland). The experimental results obtained during the project are reflected in five research papers, reports, presentations, and recommendations. The experts took part in more than 10 seminars, workshops, exhibitions, and meetings organized to present the project objectives.
NArFU Held Project Seminar “New Effective Residential Facility Management Technologies for the North”
The seminar was held within the framework of FAMARB: Facility Management of Residential Buildings in the Barents region, an international project involving NArFU as a partner and aimed at improving the energy efficiency and environmental friendliness of residential buildings. The project is funded by CBC Kolarctic.
In the framework of the Kolarctic CBC-funded international project “I2P: From Idea to Printing of Metal Products” NArFU students have attended an information seminar on the future of additive technologies.
Last week, experts of the international NARFU project De-Concrete: Eco-Efficient Arctic Technologies Cooperation made a visit to Tomsk State University of Architecture and Building (TSUAB) to present the intermediate project results and discuss the prospects of research cooperation with the NARFU Higher School of Engineering.
In the run-up to the Third Arctic Science Ministerial in Tokyo in May 2021, its organizers and stakeholders held their scheduled webinar yesterday – one in a series designed to increase transparency of the Arctic Science Ministerial science process and to provide additional opportunities for scientists, Indigenous Peoples and Arctic research stakeholders to further engage with the science.
Good teamwork in Smart City online hackathon, organized with the support Kolarctic-funded project Disruptive Information Technologies for Barents Euro-Arctic Region, landed two Information Systems and Technologies majors at NArFU Higher School of Information Technologies and Automated Systems, Artem Anashchenko and Dmitry Khozyainov, the opportunity to do an online internship at IT company BETA, a member of Russia’s software developer group RUSSOFT.
Ice Operations, a collaborative research project funded by the EU-Russia Cross-Border Cooperation Program KOLARCTIC and pursued by an international consortium consisting of SINTEF Narvik A.S. (Norway), NArFU, Luleå University of Technology, Finnish Meteorological Institute, Storvik & Co OY, Oil and Gas Suppliers Association SOZVEZDYE, sees its overall goas as promoting industrial development in the Arctic areas.