This year the AUA Ecotourism Conference brought together representatives of more than 100 organizations and communities from all regions of Armenia and Artsakh.
“We [AUA] are in the top 15 HEIs [Higher Education Information] in the region, let’s aim to get into the top 30 in the world,” said CSE assistant professor Suren Khachatryan.
The purpose of the conference is to accelerate the development of ecotourism in Armenia by offering a platform for exchange of ideas and experiences as well as creating a network of stakeholders.
[Public Radio of Armenia] CSE adjunct lecturers Arnak Poghosyan, Habet Madoyan and Arthur Khalatyan, along with our students, discuss the new Data Science program, its advantages, and why this profession is important for Armenia.
ALTER focuses on establishing public-private partnerships to understand and address flood risks that may be caused by water and mining dam failures.
The GAtES project promotes the further study of ecosystem services and application of PPGIS-based methods by AUA faculty and researchers in their fields of biodiversity conservation and sustainable development.
Plastic pollution is a growing environmental issue not only in Armenia, but also globally. The HUSK team has proposed an environmentally-conscious idea of recycling plastic bottles for the production of filament, the plastic wire used for 3D printing.
Due to high participation and interest level, the competition was held on two days, and over 100 high school students participated.
The visit aimed to explore and discuss cybersecurity threats, as well as PicsArt IT infrastructure and operations management.
AUA Adjunct Lecturer Habet Madoyan and CSE Student Erik Hambardzumyan Discuss AUA’s Upcoming Data Science Program on Kentron TVFebruary 1, 2018
[Kentron] “Data science is considered the most in demand profession of the 21st century. According to several calculations there will be a great shortage of data scientists in the next five to ten years” said Madoyan.