NewsSPbSUT at the conference "Week of Military science - 2021"

SPbSUT at the conference "Week of Military science - 2021"

13 april 2021

From April 12th to 16th, the research conference "Week of Military Science-2021 "is being held at the Naval Polytechnic Institute "Naval Academy named after Soviet Union Feet Admiral N. G. Kuznetsov". The event is dedicated to the 60th anniversary of the first human spaceflight.

On April 12th, a 4th-year student of the Faculty of Social Digital Technologies, Anna Ivanova, made a report on "Russian-European relations in the field of space exploration on the example of the European Space Agency (ESA) and Roscosmos". Scientific supervisor-Head of the Department of History and Regional Studies Anton Hecht.

Currently, one of the most important areas for the development of international relations is the exploration of outer space. The established international cooperation in this field allows us to combine the potential of various parties to achieve great research results.

Anna's work examines the aspects of interaction between the Russian Federation and the European Union on the example of the organizations Roscosmos and the European Space Agency (ESA) in the recent period, namely 1990-2020.

The priority bilateral projects once included the creation of the International Space Station (ISS) with the participation of 16 countries, among which the vast majority were ESA member countries. At the moment, one of the most important programs is "ExoMars", which involves the exploration of the surface of Mars, which remains a kind of cherished dream of humanity.

Within the framework of the conference, exhibitions of innovative and scientific and technical creativity, paintings by marine artist Ananko S. M., a meeting of scientific sections, round tables, events for students of pre-university educational institutions, events for cadets (students) and summing up the results of the conference on April 16th are planned.

We thank Anna for her report on a relevant and important topic and wish her success in her research work!

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