Collaboration with Francisk Skorina Gomel State University (Belarus)

To reinforce the signed agreement with Francisk Skorina Gomel State University (Belarus), the Dean of the Faculty of Physics and IT of Francisk Skorina Gomel State University (Belarus) was invited to our University on June 16. Ph.D., Assoc. Prof. Dmitry Kovalenko had a meeting with the academic staff of the School of Engineering and Natural Sciences and the representatives of the International Office.
The Faculty of Physics and IT employs more than 70 lecturers and staff, of whom 35 have an academic degree (2 Corresponding Members of the NAS of Belarus, 7 Doctors of Sciences, 28 PhDs). The faculty is educating more than 600 students, including 71 international students. The main areas of activity of graduates of the faculty are education, science, information technology, the production of semiconductor devices, integrated circuits, micro-and nanoscale systems, the development of new technologies and materials, computer modeling and analysis of technological processes, organization, and management of technological processes (production).
The faculty develops close ties with leading enterprises of the Republic of Belarus. Students, undergraduates, graduate students, and employees of the Faculty of Physics and IT have the opportunity to undergo scientific internships in various leading international research centers such as Shizuoka University (Japan), Aalto University (Aalto, Finland), the University of Duisburg-Essen (Duisburg-Essen, Germany), and others. The faculty participates in international educational and scientific programs such as IANUS-II – Inter-Academic Network Erasmus Mundus II Scholarship Programme; INOVEST – Eastern partnership in the field of pedagogical innovation in the framework of inclusive education; Erasmus + Project “PHYSICS,” and others. The internships of graduate students and faculty members abroad, as well as participation in international educational and scientific programs, conferences, seminars, exhibitions, and fairs, are the significant indicators of active international cooperation perspectives of the Faculty of Physics and IT.
During the meeting, the major information about the Universities was presented.
After discussing possible collaboration areas, research and educational facilities of the School and Campuses were demonstrated to the guest. Dmitry Kovalenko highly evaluated the results of his visit, and both Universities are looking forward to productive cooperation and joint academic events.