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The first meeting of the Committee for Scientific Work within the framework of the ECAR project was held

The first meeting of the Committee for Scientific Work within the framework of the ECAR project was held

18 january 2023

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The first meeting of the Committee for Scientific Work was held within the framework of the “Erasmus+” project entitled “Establishment of the Rectors' Conference in Azerbaijan” (ECAR), of which Azerbaijan University is a partner. The online meeting addressed issues of familiarization with the committee members, holding preliminary discussions on the field, functions of the committee, requirements for candidacy of the chairman of the committee, as well as the procedure for electing the board and the chairman of the committee. 

Vice-rector for Scientific Affairs of Baku Engineering University, PhD in Economics, associate prof. Elchin Suleymanov was elected chairman of the board. Vice-rector for Science and Innovations of Azerbaijan Technical University, doctor of technical sciences, prof. Subhan Namazov and Vice-rector for science and innovation issues of Lankaran State University, PhD in Biology, associate prof. Elvin Aliyev were elected deputy chairmen at the meeting.

It should be noted that the activity of 5 committees – specifically Committee for Internationalization, Committee for Educational Affairs and Quality Assurance, Committee for Scientific Affairs, Committee for Strategic Development, and Committee for Work with Students and Graduates – will be included in the Azerbaijan Rectors' Conference to be established within the framework of the ECAR project. 

The coordinator of the project, which is being implemented with the financial support of the European Commission, is Baku Business University. The main goal of the project, covering 2021-2024, is to develop a national network and cooperation between universities and other stakeholders through the creation of a conference of rectors in accordance with national development strategies.

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