Oct 27, 2017 | 12:49 / Meetings
ANAS Presidium held a meeting with Czech Institute for Experimental and Applied Physics (IEAP) Ivan Shtekl and the founder and former head of the institution Stanislav Pospishilin.
The main goal was to discuss cooperation in the relevant fields between ANAS and the IEAP and the main provisions of the agreement, which will be signed between the two scientific structures.
ANAS Vice-President, Academician Dilgam Tagiyev, Academician-Secretary of the Department of Physical and Mathematical and Technical sciences, Academician Nazim Mammadov, the head of the Department of affairs, the doctor of political sciences Fatali Abdullayev, head of the international relations department of the Presidium apparatus, the doctor of philosophy on biology of Esmira Alirzayeva and head of the Public Relations and Popularization of Science Department Zulfugar Farzaliyev.
President of ANAS, Academician Akif Alizadeh spoke about scientific research and projects carried out in the structure he leads in priority areas. Academician noted that, having established cooperation with more than 10 European countries, this structure implements a number of joint projects. The head of ANAS said that, already for 3 years the Academy has been working at ANAS, the main purpose of which is to attract young researchers to science. A.Alizadeh also said that, in the near future it is also planned to organize a university at the academy.
Speaking then, IEPFC Director Ivan Shtekl informed about the research work carried out in his office, space research and the results achieved.
The guests, having familiarized themselves with the institutes of Physics and Geology and Geophysics, the High Technology Park, the Republican Center of the Seismological Service of ANAS and other scientific institutions, highly appreciated the laboratories equipped with modern equipment and the work done and expressed interest in cooperation with relevant structures.
Representatives of the IEAP also informed about the telescopic device being installed to satellites, and various drones.
It was noted that, the main goal of the envisaged cooperation is the implementation of projects that meet the highest requirements of the Aerospace Agency of Japan, NASA and European Commission.
At the end of the meeting, an exchange of views took place on the development of cooperation in the fundamental sphere, based on experimental research, the implementation of works of an applied nature. Between the parties an agreement was reached on the annual holding of seminars on the results of the work done, future plans, exchange of information and personnel.