Employees of RTU MIREA took part in scientific conferences of the Belarusian State University of Informatics and Radioelectronics


The delegation of RTU MIREA visited the Belarusian State University of Informatics and Radioelectronics. It was headed by Nikolai Ivanovich Prokopov, first vice-rector of the University. The delegation included the Chairman of the Board of the Russian Union of IT Directors Marina Lvovna Anshina, heads of departments, and representatives of the teaching staff of RTU MIREA.

On March 15, the Belarusian State University of Informatics and Radioelectronics (BSUIR) celebrated its 60th anniversary. Ahead of this significant event, two scientific conferences were held at BSUIR, in which employees of RTU MIREA took an active part, both in person and online, making scientific reports.

On March 13, the X International Scientific and Practical Conference “BIG DATA and Advanced Analytics” was held. Conference participants from RTU MIREA made presentations on the main directions of development of intelligent technologies in Belarus and Russia, the advantages of using big data in various fields of activity, prospects and limitations of the use of artificial intelligence technologies, and others.

On March 14, the International Scientific and Methodological Conference “Engineering Education in a Digital Society” was held at BSUIR, in which more than 350 people took part. The opening ceremony was held with the participation of Vadim Anatolyevich Bogush, rector of BSUIR, Nikolai Evgenievich Buzin, assistant to the Chairman of the House of Representatives of the National Assembly of the Republic of Belarus, Viktor Romanovich Stempitsky, vice-rector for scientific work, as well as Evgeny Nikolaevich Shneiderov, vice-rector for academic affairs. The plenary session was attended by a delegation from RTU MIREA, headed by Nikolai Ivanovich Prokopov. Stanislav Alekseevich Kudzh, rector of RTU MIREA, addressed the conference participants in the video format with a welcoming speech, congratulating BSUIR on the anniversary and emphasizing the importance of developing bilateral relations between universities.

The conference worked in the following areas: training of engineering personnel in the context of digitalization of the economy; educational initiatives of educational institutions; digital technologies in the activities of educational institutions; innovative technologies in ensuring national security: science—education—production. The program also included special sections and additional seminars for those who were interested.

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