On February 18-20, Kazan State Power Engineering University (KSPEU) hosted the International Symposium on Sustainable Energy and Power Engineering'2021: SUSE'2021.
The event was held in a mixed form: On-site and off-site. Total number of participants included over 800 representatives of universities from 14 regions of Russia, as well as visitors from abroad, including Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, Italy, and Bulgaria.
Speakers presented their research and practical studies in the area of energy and power. They also discussed the prospects for international cooperation. The symposium was a platform for overcoming challenges facing the energy sector of economy and for developing practical solutions on energy sustainability and power engineering.
The symposium hosted the first meeting of the working group of the Engineering Education Consortium of Russia and Kazakhstan, a public organization that unites technical universities in the two countries, to become an efficient platform in higher vocational engineering education within the Intergovernmental Commission on Cooperation between the Russian Federation and the Republic of Kazakhstan. Currently, the Consortium includes 12 Russian and 6 Kazakhstani universities.
In the basic part of the first meeting of the Consortium's working group, the parties discussed the areas of cooperations and stated their proposals and wishes, including those relating to expand the global footprint of the Consortium by involving more institutions and countries.