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FEFU has entered into an agreement in the field of marine technologies with the Krylovsky State Scientific Center from St. Petersburg
Far Eastern Federal University and Krylov State Research Center (St. Petersburg) signed an agreement on cooperation, the press service of the university reported. The document was signed by the rector of the FEFU Sergei Ivanets and the Acting Director General of the Center Valery Polyakov. The largest university in the Far East of Russia and a recognized world leader in shipbuilding and ship design will conduct joint activities in several areas, primarily in the educational and research fields.
— The Krylov Center is the main research complex in Russia and one of the world's leading research centers. It has a grandiose laboratory and production base and in recent years has been intensively developing, introducing innovative technologies into its work. This is a real scientific city, where the best minds of the country are concentrated in the field of shipbuilding, ship repair and other marine technologies. Partnership with such a unique center is very valuable and promising for us, - stressed Konstantin Gribov, head of the Department of Shipbuilding and Ocean Engineering at the FEFU School of Engineering.
The cooperation of FEFU and the Krylov State Research Center provides for joint implementation of research and development in the field of modern shipbuilding and ship repair technologies, design and development of marine equipment, and development of hydrocarbon resources. Also, the university and the science center will, in partnership, conduct training, retraining and improve staff skills for the shipbuilding industry, while FEFU’s educational and research programs will be integrated with the strategic development programs of enterprises.