“In 2005, I started studying in AUA’s Industrial Engineering and Systems Management (IESM) program. For me, it felt like a new beginning for my studies.” says Daniel Ghevondian.
Teams had only five minutes to present their results, and another five minutes for questions and answers.
“The choice of AUA as my university was an easy decision since it is a unique multicultural environment in Armenia and provides high class education,” says Shahinyan.
“Blockchain is a new mechanism of trust that involves two parties only and is not based on the third person or company,” Hergnyan explained.
AUA Adjunct Lecturer David Davidian Explains Why Azerbaijan is Unable to Offer Viable Solutions to the Nagorno-Karabakh ConflictOctober 21, 2017
[Panorama] “If NK Armenians gain autonomy, surely other ethnic minorities who find themselves under Azerbaijani jurisdiction such as the Lezgin and Talish, will demand geo-ethnic autonomy,” says Davidian.
[Mediamax] “Data science has been in big demand in Armenia over the last 5-6 years. It is taught at the American University of Armenia, and we started a special Masters program in Data science from September”, says Madoyan.
AUA Faculty and Alumni Present at 11th International Computer Science and Information Technologies ConferenceOctober 16, 2017
From September 25th to 29th, the National Academy of Science of Armenia and the Institute for Informatics and Automation Problems held the 11th International Computer Science and Information Technologies (CSIT) conference in Yerevan.
Acopian Technical Company, Founding Organization of AUA’s Acopian Center for the Environment, Supplies Power to Major U.S. OrganizationsOctober 12, 2017
[1in.am] The Acopian Technical Company, headquartered in the U.S., currently supplies power to several American organizations, including Disney, NASA and Tesla. In Armenia, through AUA’s Acopian Center for the Environment, the company contributes to the preservation of the environment and the development of ecotourism.
AUA has enhanced my skills in bioinformatics in several aspects. On one hand, I acquired a math and algorithmic background which is a must for a bioinformatician; on the other hand, I gained skills in software development and have already implemented and released a few bioinformatics software packages.
The American University of Armenia (AUA)’s Zaven & Sonia Akian College of Science and Engineering is very proud to share that Haykaz Bagratyan, an alumnus of the Master of Science in Computer and Information Science program, has been admitted to Syracuse University in New York.