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EU PROJECTS

 

AiMTRIZ took participation in several European Commission projects such as PROMENG in program TEMPUS, or MANECA in program ERASMUS MUNDUS

 

 

The groups of participants were trained in Modern TRIZ grounds at Institute of Aero- and Astronautics (Institut für Luft- und Raumfahrt) of the Technical University Berlin.

 

 

Several hundreds of students, researchers, educational managers and administrators, postgraduate students and professors from dozens of universities were trained at these seminars, blend- and e-courses.

 

 

Dmitry Vaszenin, Denis Sotnikov, Ekaterina Dontsova and Alexey Shakurov

– Moscow State Technical University named after N.E.Bauman, Russia,

team-winner of European pilot-project TEMPUS PROMENG MTRIZ-1 (2011-12) for universities

 

 

Magszan Tujabekov, Giembet Dszumagulov and Olszas Elubaev

– 10th class at Kazakh-Turkish College "NurOrda", Astana, Kazakhstan,

team-winner of European pilot-project TEMPUS PROMENG MTRIZ-1 (2011-12) for schools and colleges.

 Here also: professor Kazbek Baktibekov, recommended the classmates to participate in MTRIZ-1 Project

 

 

Vladimir Lisenko

– Mariupol State Technical University, Ukraine, absolute winner with brilliant certification works in individual competition

 

 

Sergei Pletnev

– Kazan Federal University, Kazan, Tatarstan, Russia,

winner in individual competition

 

 

Esimszan Raiymbekov

– Eurasian National University named after L.N.Gumilev,

Astana, Kazakhstan, winner in individual competition

 

 

Jaroslav Zaljubovskiy, Gleb Dzigil, Anna Lunjova and Evgeniy Sevrjuk

team-winner from  из  Zaporozhye National Technical University, Ukraine;

and Gleb Dzigil is also winner in individual competition

 

 

Janna Kulbachnaja, Sergey Solodko and Julia Rjagusova

– students of Povolszskiy State University of Telecommunication and Informatics, Samara, Russia,

winners in individual and team competitions at European project TEMPUS PROMENG MTRIZ-1 (2011-12)

 

 

Marjana Glukhova and Vitaliy Voznjuk

–– students of Lutsk National University, Ukraine, winners in individual and team competitions at European project TEMPUS PROMENG (PRactice Oriented Master Programmes in ENGineering) MTRIZ-1 (2011-12);

at right: Natalia Nikolaichuk absolute «champion» in the speed of the course (within 4 weeks)!

 

 

Absolute gold winner of project MTRIZ-2 (2013):

Olga Gladkova, ZNTU, Zaporozhye, Ukraine

 

 

Absolute silver winner of project MTRIZ-2 (2013):

Artjom Muntjanu, SUSRF, St. Petersburg, Russia

 

 

Absolute team winner: Mark Ionin, Anastasia Grigorjeva and Aljona Protsjuk

– VOENMECH, St. Petersburg, Russia

 

 

Individual winners: Alexander Statinov and Anna Mazepa

State University of Sea and River Fleet (SUSRF) named after admiral S.O.Makarov,

St. Petersburg, Russia

 

 

Team winner: Irina Kistanova, Nina Demjanenko and Julia Sadovnikova

 – Povolszskiy State University of Telecommunication and Informatics,

Samara, Russia

 

 

Prize-winner (MTRIZ-2, 2013) Sofja Strunskaja – Kazan National Research Technical University

named after A.N.Tupolev (KNRTU-KAI), Kazan, Tatarstan, Russia

 

 

Silver team winner at PROMENG MTRIZ-2:

Bagdat Mukashev, Kamilla Balen and Danijar Sabirkhan

Eurasian National University named after L.N.Gumilev, Astana, Kazakhstan

 

 

Silver team winner at PROMENG MTRIZ-2:

Firuza Khatamova, Davlat Egamberdiev and Nazokat Akhtamova  –

Tashkent State Technical University, Tashkent, Uzbekistan

 

 

One-day master-class at TU Berlin, 27.06.2014, for the programme MANECA (Mobility Academic Network between EU and Central Asia) within the framework of the European Program Erasmus Mundus Action 2

 

SELECTED SPECIAL PROJECTS

 

Two-day training at TU Berlin, 28-29.07.2014 for aero-space specialists from Kazakhstan

 

 

Four-day training at Karaganda State Technical University for Mining Engineering students, Kazakhstan, 08-11.09.2014

 

 

Two-day training at TU Berlin, 22-24.09.2014 for aero-space professors from Kazakhstan