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FEFU takes part in the development of the Primorsky shipbuilding cluster

The rector of the Far Eastern Federal University (FEFU) Sergey Ivanets took part in the solemn ceremony of launching the Sakhalin tanker, which took place on August 8 at the Nakhodka shipyard (OJSC NSRZ), the press service of the FEFU reports. Ships of this class and displacement have never been built in Primorye before. The project was implemented by order of the Far Eastern Center of Shipbuilding and Ship Repair (OJSC DCSS) for OJSC Rosneft.

As Sergei Ivanets noted, the formation of a full-fledged shipbuilding cluster in the Primorsky Territory is impossible without training its own highly qualified personnel. Far Eastern Federal University consistently solves this problem in cooperation with Russian and foreign partners - leading enterprises in the field of shipbuilding.

Since 2012, FEFU, together with OJSC DCSS (a subsidiary of the state-owned holding United Shipbuilding Corporation), is implementing the basic project Shipbuilding and Marine Equipment. One of its most important areas is the training, retraining and advanced training of specialists, the introduction of new models of the educational process. The parties also participate in creating conditions for the commercialization of research and development in the field of shipbuilding, are engaged in the preparation of advanced technological projects in the interests of the shipbuilding and related industries.

Recently, another FEFU partner in this direction is the world's largest shipbuilding company Daewoo Shipbuilding Marine Engineering (DSME, Republic of Korea), which has signed a memorandum of cooperation with the university. The parties agreed to conduct joint research using the serious potential of the FEFU School of Engineering in areas such as shipbuilding, underwater robotics, ocean technology, and power engineering. An agreement was reached on mutual exchanges: FEFU students will be able to gain practical skills in the workplace, and young DSME specialists will receive additional education at the university. The creation of an engineering center on the basis of FEFU and its further use in the interests of DSME and Russian companies Rosneft OJSC and United Shipbuilding Corporation OJSC are also discussed.

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