Baku, August 31, AZERTAC
The 10th International Conference on Management Science and Engineering Management (“ICMSEM 2016”) has opened in Baku.
The event is organized by the International Society of Management Science and Engineering Management (ISMSEM), Azerbaijan`s Ministry of Education and Ministry of Communications and High Technologies, Azerbaijan National Academy of Sciences (ANAS), Azerbaijan State Oil and Industry University, Azerbaijan State Economic University, Azerbaijan Technical University and Sichuan University of China. The conference brings together scientists and specialists from Azerbaijan, China, USA, Russia, Japan and other countries.
In his remarks at the opening ceremony, education minister Mikayil Jabbarov told about measures taken by the Azerbaijani government to improve education in the country. He said a great number of state-of the-art schools had been constructed in Azerbaijan as part of the reforms in the last few years.
The minister also drew the audience`s attention to the Armenia-Azerbaijan Nagorno-Karabakh conflict. He said part of Azerbaijan`s territory was occupied by Armenia in the aftermath of the conflict.
President of ANAS Akif Alizade pointed out Azerbaijan`s accomplishments in the fields of science and education, saying they were possible thanks to President Ilham Aliyev`s successful policy.
Rector of Azerbaijan State Economic University Adalat Muradov told about the university’s activity and international relations.
Member of ANAS Asaf Hajiev and President of the International Society of Management Science and Engineering Management Jiuping Xu expressed confidence that the international conference would contribute to the development of science and education.
Following the opening ceremony the conference heard a number of reports and featured discussions.
The International Conference on Management Science and Engineering Management has taken place annually in different countries since 2007. Azerbaijan is the first CIS country to host the event.
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