MSTU participated in international conferences in Bodш, Norway
As part of the Norwegian-Russian conference "Innovations in education, science and business" issues of effective cooperation between the two countries in education and science , mechanisms of internationalization prospects of integration of education, research and industry .
Among the invited speakers were Rector Northern (Arctic) Federal University , director of the innovation center " Skolkovo " , CEO of the Norwegian Centre for International Cooperation in Education (SIU), vice- chairman of the RFBR and other distinguished guests .
Annual Conference " Arctic dialogue 2013 " – the seventh – no less important event for the people of the Arctic and subarctic areas , which was dedicated to the exploration of the Arctic and solve the environmental problems of the Far North .
In collaboration with the International Institute of Energy Policy and Diplomacy ( MIEP ) at MGIMO in Moscow ( Russia ) , Graduate School of Business at the University of Nordland has organized a unique forum dedicated to the development of resources in the Far North . It brings together major players in the Arctic related to the development of the Arctic , including the heads of the Arctic states , major industry leaders , local politicians , fishing society , academia , local indigenous and non-indigenous arctic society and other important stakeholders .
Parallel working meetings on international projects " Arctic Bridge " and "BUDRUS – Budget Reform Russia at local government level ." Bauman was presented to Associate Professor of Management Elena Kuznetsova and specialist in the department of innovation and support of scientific projects Artem Yudin .
The workshops Bauman representatives discussed the prospect of the university's participation in these projects , the next plan of project activities , as well as the shared experience of creating innovative enterprises and the introduction of technology in the business environment . It should be noted that every year the cooperation and Bauman University Norland becoming more versatile and productive.