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.
Elena Kudryashova, Rector of M.V. Lomonosov NArFU and Scientific Director of UNESCO Chair titled “Technologies for Preservation of the Historical and Cultural Heritage of the Arctic Region”, held an extended meeting of the Chair to sum up its progress in 2020 and plan for 2021.
Just before the New Year holiday week, experts of the Laboratory Systems and Technologies Company installed and commissioned the world’s finest Simultaneous DSC/TGA – Discovery SDT 650. This equipment was purchased by the Higher School of Engineering under the international DeConcrete project funded by the Kolarctic Cross-Border Cooperation Program.
Evgeny Sharapov of NArFU wrote a doctoral thesis in engineering found by the Russian Federation Ministry of Research and Higher Education’s State Commission for Academic Degrees and Titles to be among last year’s bests.
FAMARB: Facility Management of Residential Buildings in the Barents region is an ambitious project and has yielded good results. It involves NArFU as a partner and is designed to make residential facilities sustainable and eco-friendly. To learn more about the project progress, we turned to Pavel Marjyandyshev, director at NArFU Higher School of Power Engineering, Oil and Gas, and Maria Frolova, associate professor of NArFU Higher School of Engineering’s Department of Composite Materials and Environmental Engineering.
Luleå University of Technology has hosted a webinar on metal additive manufacturing joined by 40 representatives of universities and businesses from Sweden, Finland, Norway and Russia.
Luleå University of Technology is pleased to invite you to take part in the Metal Additive Manufacturing Webinar and Cyberlab scheduled to take place on 27-28 October 2020 in the framework of the Kolarctic project “From Idea to Printing of Metal Construction”.
A working trip was organized last Friday as a part of DeConcrete project activities, funded by Kolarctic Cross-Border Cooperation Programme.
The current global pandemic has proved to be an insufficient reason for suspending the Kolarctic international projects. Online meetings of project teams continue to be held regularly. Yet another online working session under the project I2P: From Idea to Printing of Metal Products was conducted last week. As usual, the meeting gathered representatives of all the participating universities: Luleå University of Technology (Sweden), the University of Oulu (Finland), UiT-The Arctic University of Norway (Norway) and NArFU.
Dear Colleagues! In connection with the spread of COVID-19 in Russia and the world, the organizing committee of the international conference " Arctic Biomonitoring - 2020", taking into account the recommendations of the World Health Organization, orders of the Ministry of Science and Higher Education of the Russian Federation, informs that the conference will be held online on the Zoom platform .
NArFU is to launch UNESCO Chair "Technologies for Preservation of the Historical and Cultural Heritage of the Arctic Region Countries”
July 13, 2020 saw the signing of a bilateral agreement for the establishment in NArFU of UNESCO Chair “Technologies for Preservation of the Historical and Cultural Heritage of the Arctic Region Countries”, an event supported by the Russian Federation Commission for UNESCO. The agreement was signed by Director-General of UNESCO Audrey Azoulay and NArFU Rector Elena Kudryashova.
In the framework of the development of cross-border cooperation between Norway, Russia, Finland and Sweden, an updated draft Joint Barents Transport Plan has recently been adopted by Barents Euro-Arctic Transport Area (BEATA). The document aims at creating an effective transport system within BEAR, including efficient transport corridors and strong links with global markets. The draft contains proposals for the development of a motorway, railway, sea and air transport network and describes 16 cross-border routes in Northern Europe.
Last week saw an online meeting in the framework of the project I2P:From Idea to Printing of Metal Construction. The discussion gathered representatives of all the project’s partner universities: Lulea University of Technology (Sweden), the University of Oulu (Finland), UiT The Arctic University of Norway (Norway) and Northern Arctic Federal University (Russia).
The Kolarctic project FAMARB: Facility Management of Residential Buildings in Barents Region aimed at strengthening the interaction between the northern Nordic and northern Russian industry, academic and R&D communities within building technology, has been selected by the EU Delegation in Russia as an example illustrating effective international cooperation.
Project “DeConcrete: Eco-Efficient Arctic Technologies Cooperation” financed by the Kolarctic Cross Border Cooperation Program started in autumn 2019. Since that time, the international project team under the leadership of Professor Arkadiy Aizenstadt, Head of the Department of Composite Materials and Environmental Engineering (NArFU), has accomplished important tasks.
On 16-17 January 2020 Oulu University of Applied Sciences (Finland) hosted a working meeting in the framework of the Kolarctic project «FAMARB: Facility Management of Residential Buildings in Barents Region».