To improve the quality of teaching and ensure a close relationship between science and production, doctors of philosophy (PhD) and candidates of science, specialists in the relevant industries are invited to the University as part-timers. Research at AITU is organized on the basis of the University’s educational programs and in scientific laboratories.
In order to monitor the scientific activity of the University, the teaching staff fills out an individual work plan of the teacher, where they plan their research work.
To motivate University scientists, it is planned to develop an admission matrix and an expected results matrix that will allow the Department to coordinate teaching staff according to their plans and research interests.
The University plans to create a Council of young scientists, which will become a collegial Advisory body of the University on a voluntary basis. The Council will be a youth meeting of authorized representatives of the University, forming and implementing youth policy, protecting the interests of young scientists in the professional sphere. The activities of this body will be aimed at improving the efficiency and effectiveness of scientific, educational and methodological work of teaching staff under 35 years of age.