International projects

Higher School of Information Technologies and Automated Systems works in efficient partnership with Germany, Spain, China, Norway, Finland, Sweden Universities. Collaborative research work and project implementation in the spheres of disruptive information technologies, mathematic modeling, additive manufacturing, geoinformation technologies, automation and robotics foster the development of the international educational environment and provide opportunities to gain new perspectives for joint initiatives.

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Disruptive Information Technologies for Barents Euro-Arctic Region
Project implementation period: 2019-2022
Project objective: to enhance adaption and transfer of Disruptive Information Technologies for the societal and economic needs of the Barents Euro-Arctic Region
Source of funding: Kolarctic CBC 2014-2020
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From Idea to Printing of Metal Products
Project implementation period: 2019-2022
Project objective: modernizing the manufacturing industry by substantially building knowledge on 3D-printing, also termed additive manufacturing, of metal parts.
Source of funding: Kolarctic CBC 2014-2020
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Updated 28.10.2020