The meeting of the Scientific Council was held at the Institute of Catalysis and of Inorganic Chemistry.
Jun 02, 2016 | 10:00 / Conferences, assemblies
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On June 2, the meeting of the Scientific Council was held at the Institute of  Catalysis and of Inorganic Chemistry.

Opening the meeting academician Dilgam Tagiyev the secretary of Department of Chemical Sciences, director of the institute, introduced the members of the council issues of the agenda . Academician Dilgam Tagiyev noted that, in accordance with the order of the Presidium of the ANAS scientific lectures were held twice at the institute. Today, doctor of chemical sciences Eldar Dahnavi leading scientific worker of "Catalytic researches" laboratory of Tomsk State University will give a scientific lecture. Academician noted that the purpose of inviting doctor of chemical sciences Eldar Dahnavi to the meeting to establish scientific relations between the Institute and   Tomsk State University.

Then the lecture on "Some topical issues of the production technology of oxygen-containing compounds "of doctor of chemical sciences Eldar Dahnavi was listened. The lecture was discussed  and questions  were answered.

Then, academician Dilgam Tagiyev gave detailed information on behalf of the Organizing Committee on the preparation of the conference to be held on the 80th anniversary of the Institute. He said that, "Nagiyev reading" auditions  are intended to be held within the framework of the conference. " Murtuza Nagiyev Academic award "competition traditionally held among young scientists will be also held during the conference  .

Academic said that the material on the present state of scientific activities of the institute related to the 25th anniversary of the state independence of the Republic, works proposed for application and future prospects has already been prepared and will be submitted to the Department of Chemical Sciences in the next few days. 

At the meeting, the heads of all the laboratories, young scientists and researchers took part.

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