FEATURED IMAGE: 19 Dec 2014, 23:15 UTC | Horsehead of a Different Color 21 December 2014, 4:31:36UTC RSS RSS | About | Contact | Site Map
Home » News & Blogs » Roscosmos, Skolkovo Look to Solve Russia’s Space Worker Shortage
Bookmark and Share
Parabolic Arc

Roscosmos, Skolkovo Look to Solve Russia’s Space Worker Shortage

22 Mar 2012, 14:30 UTC
Roscosmos, Skolkovo Look to Solve Russia’s Space Worker Shortage
(200 words excerpt, click title or image to see full post)

MOSCOW (Skolkovo PR) — On March 22-23, the Skolkovo Fund, the Federal Space Agency (Roscosmos), and JSC “Scientific and Production Corporation (NPC) “REKOD” will hold the first all-Russian scientific-practical conference titled, “Problems Involving the Capacity of Higher Educational Institutions for Training and Advanced Training in the Use of Space Activities, and Ensuring the Competitiveness of Domestic Space Products and Services.”
Opening the conference will be: the head of Russian Federal Space Agency, Vladimir Popovkin; chief executive of a cluster of space technology and telecommunications, Sergey Zhukov; as well as representatives from the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation and the Russian Academy of Sciences. The event will be attended by representatives from leading universities, enterprises, rocket and space industries and regions of Russia.
Conference participants pose a major goal – to combine efforts and resources enterprise space industry, leading universities and regions of the country for the establishment and effective use of domestic competitive products, services and technologies of space industry to meet the needs of end users. In addition, they will try to develop a common approach to training and development professionals in the use of space activities.
“The conference is dedicated not just space education ...

Note: All formatting and links have been removed - click title or image to see full article.

Comment on this Post

* :
* :
:
* :
:
* required
 

Most Popular

 

Last Hour


Last day


Last week

Latest Vodcast

Latest Podcast

Most Popular Video

Advertise PTTU

Extrasolar Planets

  • Planetary Systems: 1164
  • Multiple Planet Systems: 473
  • Planets: 1855
more

NASA Picture of the Day

Astronomy Picture of the Day

astronomy_pod