The ISTC Research Grant Program aimed to encourage collaboration between the scientific community and industry, R&D promotion and commercialization.
These ventures are designed to provide innovation in livestock management and food waste recovery.
[Civilnet] In the interview Amirkhanian talks about current environmental issues in Armenia.
“My bachelor studies at AUA have had a big impact on my development,” said Hakobyan in the interview.
GIS Symposium Co-organized by AUA GIS Remote Sensing Lab and Armenia’s Real Estate Cadastre Committee
The Symposium was organized to identify GIS-based mapping and planning activities in Armenia.
Over the past decade, the widespread use of digital technology has accumulated enormous amounts of data in the world.
The issue titled “Sovereign Babble” is dedicated to Armenia’s Velvet Revolution.
Nine grant-winning teams from different communities of the Getik Valley showcased their projects.
During the two-day event, over one hundred students from six universities worked together.
In his interview Dr. Der Kiureghian reflected on the Aurora Gratitude Scholarship and the recent activities of AUA.
The three-week internship was organized as part of the agreement signed between AUA and ASPU.
More than 40 students and young professionals had the opportunity to learn about best practices in disaster risk reduction.
Dr. Paturyan briefly presented the events of Spring 2018 widely known as the “Velvet Revolution.”
The collection exhibited at AUA reflects the artist’s inspiration of Armenia and its rich culture.
He advised EPIC entrepreneurs: “Even when you dream big, be ready to take small steps to reach your bigger goal.”
Kristine Simonyan’s business and quality assurance plans were approved by experts and the EIH Executive Committee.
Dr. Der Kiureghian shares his impressions on the recent visit to Beirut, Lebanon.
In the interview Dr. Der Kiureghian discusses AUA’s current activities and plans for the future.
The grant competition aims at promoting entrepreneurship and advancing innovative technology-driven ideas in Armenia.
Were it not for the devastating earthquake and the events that followed, AUA would not have become a reality.
The TIL Clinic was established to provide pro bono legal support to EPIC startups.
This initiative aims at strengthening cybersecurity in Armenia through discussions of the latest issues and advances in the field.
The competition aimed at empowering young Armenians to speak out about their vision of EU-Armenia relations.
SPH researchers delivered a talk to a professional audience of cardiologists on the burden of tobacco use in Armenia.
The presentation explored the level of knowledge, attitude, and practice on cervical cancer and its screening.
The agreement will allow AUA students to have unrestricted access to the Zoryan Institute’s research and scholarly work archives.
The MoU pledges bilateral cooperation on GIS, remote sensing training, and use of lab equipment.
[The Daily Star Lebanon] “AUA has a lot to offer Lebanese students,” noted AUA President Dr. Der Kiureghian.
The event was organized in the scope of the Global Entrepreneurship Week (GEW).
Circular Economy and Sustainable Interaction Design Highlighted at the World Usability Day 2018 at AUA
The conference was co-organized by Formabilis LLC and the AUA CSE.