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Russia and China to launch joint project of scientific cooperation Valley of Intellect ASRTU

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Russia and China to launch joint project of scientific cooperation Valley of Intellect ASRTU



Russia and China are going to create a joint project of scientific cooperation - The Valley of Intellect ASRTU (Association of Sino-Russian Technical Universities). It will help young scientists to put their ideas into practice and will contribute to the development of interaction between the scientific communities of the two countries. In addition, leading Russian and Chinese universities have agreed to establish two joint research centers, Xinhua reports.

The agreement on launching the Valley of Intellect ASRTU was signed in Harbin. The representatives of the ASRTU together with Huawei Technologies Co. will take part in its creation. In addition to promoting the development of the scientific potential of the youth of the two countries, the project involves the development of technology and the introduction of scientific and technological achievements in Russia and China.

The international conference in Harbin brought a number of agreements between leading universities and companies of the two countries. The agreements were reached on the opening of the Research Center for Artificial Intelligence and the Research Center for New Materials. The projects will be attended by Moscow universities (Moscow State Technical University named after Bauman, MIPT, MISiS), Kazan Technical University, Harbin Polytechnic University and a Chinese company engaged in innovative developments.

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