International conference on creative potential of youth in addressing aerospace issues kicks off in Baku

Baku, February 12, AZERTAC

The third international scientific and practical conference on “creative potential of young people in addressing the aerospace issues” has today started in Baku.

Co-Organized by the Ministry of Education of Azerbaijan Republic, CJSC Azerbaijan Airlines (AZAL), National Aviation Academy, Azerbaijan Engineering Academy and Azercosmos OJSC, the international conference brought together representatives from the USA, England, Russia and Kazakhstan.

Prior to the event, the event participants watched the “Aviamodelling” exhibition comprising of talented student’s handicrafts of the National Aviation Academy and an exhibition of artist Natig Gurubey titled "Scientists never stop joking".

Addressing the event, Vice Rector for Educational Affairs at the National Academy of Aviation Adalat Samadov said that February is full of many remarkable events for Azerbaijan and highlighted the Youth Day which is celebrated on February 2 and the launch of Azerbaijan's first telecommunications satellite, Azerspace-1, that successfully launched into orbit in February 2013.

As another significant event, Adalat Samadov pointed out the celebration of the birthday of Academician Arif Pashayev, Rector of the Azerbaijan National Aviation Academy.

Vice Rector Samadov noted that the international conference will allow the young people participating in various scientific discussions, getting acquainted with scientific centers, as well as establishing new contacts. The three-day conference will feature 120 lectures on eight issues, which will be dedicated to the major challenges in civil aviation and space industry.

During the conference a serious of master classes, workshops and roundtables are expected to be presented with the participation of the well-known Azerbaijani scientists.

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