The international CEPHEI project of the ERASMUS+ program was discussed at Gubkin University
On 6-7 September 2019, Gubkin University hosted the meeting to discuss the international CEPHEI (Cooperative E-learning Platform for Higher Education in Industrial Innovation) project of the ERASMUS+ program.
The meeting was attended by the representatives of nine universities from Russia, Europe and Asia, participating in the project – Lappeenranta University of Technology (Finland), University of Twente (Netherlands), KTH Royal Institute of Technology (Sweden), MEF University (Turkey), Tianjin Foreign Studies University (China) , Hebei University of Technology (China), Peter the Great St. Petersburg Polytechnic University (Russia), Tomsk State University of Control Systems and Radioelectronics (Russia) and Gubkin University (Russia).
As part of the CEPHEI project, participating universities develop the online platform for e-learning in the fields of industrial innovation and technology, and innovation project management. The topics of educational courses meet the needs of key industrial enterprises in regions and countries of the universities, which will strengthen cooperation with the industry and ensure successful integration of the university graduates in the professional environment.
The meeting addressed the issues related to project implementation. In addition, the participants got familiar with the work of Gubkin University, its modern laboratories and centers, and visited the Mineralogical and Petrographic Museum named after Leonid Pustovalov.
At the meeting, Gubkin University was represented by Alexander Maksimenko, Vice-Rector for Scientific and International Affairs, Professor; Alexey Lopatin, Head of the University Project Team, Professor; Valery Bessel, Professor of the Department of Thermodynamics and Thermal Engines; Vladimir Kucherov, Professor of the Department of Physics; Roman Barashkin, Associate Professor of the Department of Automation of Technological Processes; Alexander Serovaisky, Senior Lecturer of the Department of Physics; and Renata Mingaleeva, Assistant of the Department of Thermodynamics and Thermal Engines.
More information about the CEPHEI project can be found at the official website.