Support for scientists

Scientists support

In order to improve the quality of teaching and ensure a close relationship between science and production, PhDs and candidates of sciences, specialists from relevant industries are invited to the university as part-time students. Scientific research at AITU is organized on the basis of the educational programs of the university and in scientific laboratories.
In order to monitor the scientific activities of the University, the teaching staff fills in the teacher’s individual work plan, where he/she plans his scientific and research work.
To motivate scientists of the University, it is planned to develop a matrix of admission and a matrix of expected results, which will allow the Department to coordinate faculty according to their plans and scientific interests.

Council of Young Scientists

It is planned to create a Council of Young Scientists at the University which will become a collegial advisory body of the university on a voluntary basis. The Council will be a youth meeting of plenipotentiaries of the university representatives who is shaping and conducting youth policies that protect the interests of young scientists in the professional field. The activities of this body will be aimed at improving the efficiency and effectiveness of scientific, educational and methodical work of teaching staff up to 35 years.

Postdoctorate programme

Development Strategy of the University

One of the priorities is to increase the scientific and innovative potential of faculty and university staff. Indicators of this priority will be:
  • Number of participants in international, republican conferences, symposiums, seminars, meetings and exhibitions, including international ones with IEEE, ACM status;
  • Creating a scientist profile;
  • The number of employees who have undergone advanced training abroad, on the basis of: universities, research centers, engineering laboratories in the form of courses, internships, seminars and trainings;
  • Participation of scientists in competitions for state scientific scholarships and nominal prizes;
  • Application indicators for the Master’s program.

To implement this priority, the following activities are planned:

  • Placing and informing about existing international and republican conferences, symposia, seminars, meetings and exhibitions;
  • Preparation of the form and requirements for forming the profile of a scientist;
  • Activities to improve the level of scientists (conferences, recommendations for the conferment of academic rank);
  • Organization of participation of scientists in the competition for state scientific scholarships and nominal prizes;
  • Training courses of managers on research development and research staff at foreign partner universities and laboratories;
  • Admissions office;
  • Participation in international and national conferences, symposia, seminars, meetings and exhibitions;
  • Preparation of master's, PhD thesis;
  • Systematic scientific internships and academic exchange with leading scientific organizations;
  • Constant involvement of faculty, undergraduates and PhD students to scientific and research development works.