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14 April, 2021
SUAI Meets Hungarian Consul for Trade and Economic Affairs

SUAI Meets Hungarian Consul for Trade and Economic Affairs

April 14th, 2021 Mr. Gábor Mikecz, the Consul for Trade and Economic Affairs from the Consulate General of Hungary in St. Petersburg, visited SUAI to find out about SUAIís education and research potential for Hungarian universities.

The Vice-Rector for International Affairs Konstantin Losev welcomed Mr. Mikecz at SUAI speaking about SUAIís educational programs and experience of cooperation with two Hungarian universities: Budapest University of Technology and Economics and Óbuda University. Thus, SUAI has a platform to establish new contacts with Hungarian higher education.

The Director of the Center for Coordination of Scientific Research Alexey Rabin promoted SUAIís laboratories and their projects with Russian and international partners.

Searching for cooperation ideas, the Hungarian Consul agreed to spread information about SUAIís opportunities for Hungarian universities and appreciated the Universityís efforts in developing cooperation with Hungary.

12 April, 2021
70 Thousand Participants at SUAIís Alumni Meeting

70 Thousand Participants at SUAIís Alumni Meeting

April 8-9th, 2021 SUAI has held a global Alumni Meeting to commemorate its 80th Anniversary. For the first time the event took place online setting a record number of participants. The spectators enjoyed the two days of various activities.

The Boiling Point Center at SUAI was open for the eminent graduates, distinguished professors and faculty leaders to give speeches.

Anatoly Lukoshkin, Anatoly Ovodenko and Yulia Antokhina, the three consequent SUAIís rectors since 1970, met the Universityís recent and elder graduates.

In the Meeting the participants discussed highlights of SUAIís history, shared memories on studentís life and educational process, admired shows and online-excursions around the University.


01 April, 2021
SUAI at PHOTONICS 2021 Exhibition

SUAI at PHOTONICS 2021 Exhibition

March 29th Ė April 2nd SUAIís delegation from the Institute of Radio Engineering, Electronics and Communications went to Moscow with a stand on Automated system for precision laser processing of materials with acousto-optic power control.

The delegation of Oleg Shakin, Temirgaziz Sharafutdinov, Vasily Kazakov, ksenia Serdiuk and Alexander Denisov represented a unique technology that uses an axicon to form an outcoming quasi-diffractionless beam, thus ensuring advanced materials processing.

The President of the Laser Association Ivan Kovsh awarded Ksenia Serdiuk from SUAI as the winner of the competition on best graduation works.


26 March, 2021
SUAI at Eurasian Educational Forum

SUAI at Eurasian Educational Forum

March 23rd, Eurasian Educational Forum opened in Kyrgyzstan with two host locations in Osh (March 23-24) and Bishkek (March 26-28).

The Forum will increase University-University partnership between educational organizations in the region and participants from other countries. The event promotes easier realization of educational services, better access to higher education and standardization of programs and methodology.

SUAI has an information stand at the Forum, also posting details at the Middle Asia Education Expo (MAEEXPO) platform to attract candidates and establish contacts.

24 March, 2021
Attention!!! Instruction for International Students on How to Arrive in Russia during COVID-19

Attention!!! Instruction for International Students on How to Arrive in Russia during COVID-19

1. Before going to Russia you must announce the University via email to dmdpvo@guap.ru about the arrival date (not less than 10 days in advance). An answer with information about your arrival will be sent to your email. If there are any questions about this step, call 8 (812) 570-13-32.

2. Not less than 3 days before arrival in Russia you are supposed to pass a PCR COVID-19 test. In case it is negative, you must obtain a confirmation document in Russian or English in your country.

3. Within 72 hours after arrival in Russia you must pass another PCR test (information on where to pass the test can be found on the website or by calling 8 (812) 315-80-42. Until you get the results, you should stay self-isolated in the place of your residence. While isolated, you will study online. Without the second test we donít let students visit the University.

4. In case you feel symptoms of respiratory illnesses during the self-isolation (high temperature, throat ache, head cold, cough), you must announce the University and call the doctor (call "103" or "112") to the place of your residence.